Then do a `lsattr' on the file. It will probably display `*'
at the place you would have expected
c. (The reason you didn't
get `file busy' is that evidently nobody else has the file open.)
One way to re-enable automatic decompression is to do `chattr -X' on
If this is not the case then it is probably a bug in e2compr, and should be reported to the e2compr list (email@example.com). (I (pjm) have already found and corrected one or two such bugs, so there may be more.)
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