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FltRetrieveFileInfoOnCreateCompletion and FSLogix

wtu08373wtu08373 Member Posts: 7

Hello,
I am seeing the following problem with FltRetrieveFileInfoOnCreateCompletion() and infoclass=QoCFileStatInformation:
the file ID is incorrect, and looking at the value, it appears that the second highest order word is set to 0.
For example, the actual file ID as queried by QueryInformationFile is 119d8000000fdf, but the value received by using
FltRetrieveFileInfoOnCreateCompletion is 11000000000fdf. This appears to happen only when FSLogix is also installed on the system.
Has anyone seen something like that? Any FSLogix people here?

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  • Jeremy_HurrenJeremy_Hurren Member - All Emails Posts: 33

    I work on FSLogix. That sounds like a path where we may not be handling the FileId correctly. (Because FSLogix is virtualizing files to appear as though they are on the system volume, we adjust the FileId to make sure there are not collisions on that volume.) We are probably propagating the ECP that does that from one request to another and not handling in appropriately. I will file a work item to prioritize and get this fixed.

  • wtu08373wtu08373 Member Posts: 7

    Thanks, appreciate your response!

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