Bad File Descriptor issue

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  1. Garrek

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    I'm trying to execute a command to locate an executable using:

    ls **/port(*)

    This is executed from within a zsh command shell. However, after executing I'm receiving the following messages:

    zsh: bad file descriptor: 3
    zsh: bad file descriptor: 5
    zsh: bad file descriptor: 6
    zsh: bad file descriptor: 13
    nfs server automount -nsl [169]: not responding
    nfs server automount -nsl [169]: is alive again
    opt/local/bin/port


    What does this bad file descriptor message mean and what are the implications? How can I correct it if it's an issue?
     

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