I think that I may have solved this. I used CacheOutX on the server
to delete the "Local" and "System" caches (as CacheOutX refers to
them) and then restarted. I'm now seeing expected behavior.
Just in case, I'm going to answer Dan's questions. Maybe one of you
will see something that I didn't. If nothing else, this may help
someone else some day as they search the mailing list's archives.
On Apr 1, 2007, at 12:15 AM, Dan Shoop wrote:
What happens when you use the shell rather than the stupid Finder?
From the server, it works. Then again, the problem was on the
workstation over AFP. From the workstation, the shell shows all
files owned by admin (which is the user on the workstation, so I
suppose that is to be expected) and the correct privs. I can't
recall right now, but I think that I didn't test a "cp" command from
the workstation. Sorry.
Has the remote filesystem be repaired?
Yes. A run of fsck on all disks came up clean. "Repair
permissions," for all the debated good or harm that it does, didn't
report anything that made sense for this issue, e.g. mostly items
Does the remote filesystem have appropriate freespace in the
filesystem and ancillary filesytems used by the OS or appropriate
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