Problem accessing git repos on shared folders: prlfs_release returns error (-22)

Discussion in 'Linux Guest OS Discussion' started by Bex, Aug 24, 2018.

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  1. StephenR8

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    I pestered Parallels support for an update (it'd been 6 weeks since I heard anything about the issue) and got a response this morning:

    Hello Stephen,

    Thank you for following up on the investigation of the issue you've reported.

    We've checked the status of the investigation and can inform you that according to the available information the issue will be fixed in the upcoming Parallels Desktop 14 update.

    Due to the fact that the Development team doesn't share ETA for the release of the update the Support team cannot provide you with ETA respectively, regrettably.

    From our side we can advise subscribing to the article mentioned below to receive a notification when the update will be released:

    http://kb.parallels.com/en/124521
     
  2. VaclavS

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    Yeah, the exact same, word by word, boilerplate reply I got. I managed to escalate to non-robot support (quite an accomplishment in itself), but in the end got substantially the same answer, only phrased differently as an actual human on-topic response.
     
  3. StephenR8

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    My reply did include a little extra at the end - I complained to them that it's a little ironic I had to renew my subscription (which ostensibly gives me continued upgrades) while I cannot in fact take advantage of said upgrades - they gave me some spiel about how the subscription means I was free to use the older version too, missing the point that without the subscription pricing, I'd still have the old licence to use.
     
  4. StephenR8

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    I notice that Parallels Desktop v14.1.0 is out now (see https://kb.parallels.com/en/124521)

    Has anyone updated to it yet? I'll try it later today if I don't hear a response from someone who has (and had issues still).
     
  5. StephenR8

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    I've had v14.1.0 running for a few days, and haven't seen this issue re-occur.
     
  6. ZIMZ

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    I'm having problems accessing git repos in a folder I'm sharing from my macOS host (accessing it via /mnt/psf on openSUSE Leap 15). I've noticed it mostly with Git repos, where for example a "git clone" terminates with a bus error, and a "git pull" exits with "error: fetch died of signal 7".
     
  7. ZIMZ

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    I believe I'm seeing the same issue via the vagrant provider. Changes on the host system are not reliably seen by daemons in the guest until I restart the guest VM.

    Restarting the daemons does not work, and annoyingly, interactive programs called from a shell (e.g. `less` or `grep`) in the guest *do* see the correct version of the file, while daemons see odd half-changed files (possibly caused by auto-save on the host?).

    I'm going to go look for/file a support request, and probably downgrade to v13 for now.
     

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