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April 14, 2005, 3:02 pm
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At work I'm using Zend Studio 3.5.2 to develop PHP files on my Win2K
desktop machine. I've got Zend Studio setup with a secure FTP (SFTP)
connection to a RedHat Enterprise Linux machine. The files I'm editing
'live' on a Solaris machine and the linux machine mounts them through
NFS. I actually access the files through a symbolic link to the mount
point on the linux box. A little complicated I know, but it does work.
I've been having a random problem lately. Every once in awhile (every
couple of weeks) when I'm in Zend Studio and have a few (not all) php
files open, all the files in the directory where I'm working get
corrupted. They all get turned to a file of nothing but nulls (zeros)
and the files are exactly 512 bytes long. This concerns me because it
seems to only happen to me even though other people work on PHP files
in other directories. The difference is that I'm the only one who uses
Zend Studio regularly. I can't see how that would be a problem since
the connection to the files is through SFTP and is essentially
stateless and connectionless. Has anyone else seen this problem or have
any insight about what might be going on?