Bug 194526 - sysutils/fusefs-ntfs: ntfs-3g with libublio lost files
Summary: sysutils/fusefs-ntfs: ntfs-3g with libublio lost files
Status: Open
Alias: None
Product: Ports & Packages
Classification: Unclassified
Component: Individual Port(s) (show other bugs)
Version: Latest
Hardware: amd64 Any
: Normal Affects Some People
Assignee: freebsd-ports-bugs mailing list
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Reported: 2014-10-22 05:04 UTC by Sergey Kuzmichov
Modified: 2019-01-07 05:28 UTC (History)
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Description Sergey Kuzmichov 2014-10-22 05:04:37 UTC
If I create a new empty file on NTFS partition and then I reboot system with command "reboot" in Terminal, then after reboot new file is not exist on NTFS partition.
If I disable libublio support in NTFS-3G, then file is NOT losted.
If I manually unmount partition before reboot - file is NOT losted.

skuz@Desktop-PC:~ % pkg info | egrep "ublio|ntfs"
fusefs-ntfs-2014.2.15_2        Mount NTFS partitions (read/write) and disk images
libublio-20070103              User space caching library

skuz@Desktop-PC:~ % freebsd-version -ku
10.1-RC2-p1
10.1-RC2-p1
Comment 1 John Marino freebsd_committer 2014-11-01 12:05:36 UTC
I am making an educated guess that the OP is talking about the unmaintained sysutils/fusefs-ntfs port, and changing the title accordingly.

Moving this PR to "open" since there's no one to assign it to and there's no patch to apply.
Comment 2 Jason Unovitch freebsd_committer 2016-06-05 22:53:42 UTC
Add new maintainer to CC.
Comment 3 w.schwarzenfeld freebsd_triage 2018-01-13 20:09:20 UTC
fusefs-ntfs has now 2017.3.23. I think this is overcome by events and could be closed.
Comment 4 Sergey Kuzmichov 2019-01-07 05:28:59 UTC
(In reply to w.schwarzenfeld from comment #3)

No. Bug is still exists. I think that libublio do not flush a cache to disk with some interval (for example? every 1 seconds). This is brings to situation when small piece of last data always storage in memory.