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It appears that eglib is not built with large file support.
This is seen when trying to list the files on a filesystem with 64-bit inodes returning empty lists. (Or in the case of filesystems that have files with 64-bit inodes and 32-bit ones mixed in, incomplete/partial file listings)
I believe the cause of this is the autoconf configure.ac (eglib/configure.ac) not checking and then setting the appropriate build flags (Eg. -D_FILE_OFFSET_BITS=64). This then causes readdir to be called instead of readdir64 (Along with other file-related calls) and returning EOVERFLOW.
This should be now handled as we merged the eglib configure checks into the mono runtime checis.