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Fixed GPF from MKLINK

Discussion in 'Support' started by samintz, Feb 20, 2012.

  1. samintz

    samintz Scott Mintz

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    I have a directory with two SYMLINKD entries. The links went away over the weekend (IT moved from a DFS to a NAS device and remapped the shares).

    I attempted to remove the old symlink's and establish new ones.
    The directory layout is:
    Code:
    [C:\DFS] dir
     
     Volume in drive C is unlabeled      Serial number is 88fe:4600
     Directory of  C:\DFS\*
     
     2/16/2012  10:35         <DIR>    .
     2/16/2012  10:35         <DIR>    ..
     2/16/2012  10:05    <SYMLINKD>    Design [\\LogixDC1\DFS\Design]
     2/16/2012  10:35    <SYMLINKD>    StandardDeveloperTools [\\LogixDC1\DFS\StandardDeveloperTools]
                     0 bytes in 0 files and 4 dirs
        99,352,338,432 bytes free
    
    I typed "MKLINK /x Design". I have no idea if that is correct syntax or not. At any rate, TCC GPF'ed.

    This is the GPF file:
    Code:
    [C:\tc13] type tcmd.gpf
    TCC  13.03.39
    Module=C:\tc13\TakeCmd.dll
    Address=100C4202
    Exception=C0000005
    EAX=00000000  EBX=0174FF3A  ECX=00000000  EDX=01720022
    ESI=00000000  EDI=0172F520  EBP=0172F504  ESP=0172F504
    CS=0000001B  DS=00000023  ES=00000023  SS=00000023
    Flags=00010206
     
    Stack:
    1 : TakeCmd.dll 00000001:000c3202
    2 : TakeCmd.dll 00000001:00065bbd
    3 : TakeCmd.dll 00000001:0008efac
    4 : TakeCmd.dll 00000001:0008ebed
    5 : TakeCmd.dll 00000001:0008e99a
    
    -Scott
     
  2. rconn

    rconn Administrator
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    The correct syntax would be:

    RD Design

    But I'll take a look at why MKLINK is failing. (MKLINK will eventually call RD anyway.)
     

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