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SubjectRe: mount(2) bug found
In article <Pine.LNX.3.95.980622134439.25551C-100000@ns.diva.nl> you write:
>ralf@uni-koblenz.de wrote:
>> Given the number of times I already had ``fun'' due to /etc/mtab being
>> out of sync with reality I'll really apreaciate a /proc/mtab which does
>> the right thing and a set of tools based on it or some other mechanism
>> that supplies correct data.
>
>Don't know about /proc/mtab, but it would not be too difficult
>to make a tool that recurses the entire filesystem, does a
>stat() on every directory entry, and then generates a tree of
>mounted filesystems from the information derived from the
>various st_dev fields. I can fix one up if anyone's interested.

You know about cross-atlantik NFS mounts? Like ftp.kernel.org,
wuarchive.wustl.edu, ...

Even swamping local NFS servers is frowned upon here...

Ciao, Marcus

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