Accessing a 0-length file on NTFS volume freezes the accessing application
|Reported by:||rogueeve||Owned by:||3dEyes|
|Has a Patch:||no||Platform:||x86|
On my system R1/alpha1, revision 33000 copying or attempting to open a file with a length of 0 which resides on an NTFS volume will lock up the application which was attempting to access it.
Steps to reproduce:
- Create a 0-length file on an NTFS volume FROM WINDOWS. This bug did not occur when creating the file from Haiku.
- Boot back into Haiku and mount the NTFS volume either ro or rw.
- Using "cp" or the tracker, attempt to copy the file onto your BFS volume.
- The tracker/terminal locks up. This also occurs if you attempt other types of accesses, for example, "cat".