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    SubjectRe: Quiescent filesystems marked with EXT2_VALID_FS while still mounted?
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    almesber@lrc.di.epfl.ch said:
    > I have to admit that I find the idea rather tempting too. On the other
    > hand, is there anything this would do that an automounter wouldn't ?

    - root filesystem
    - busy filesystem (think cwd, no actual access)
    - wouldn't be a pig to configure

    All use of automount that I've seen so far has involved mounting the autofs
    'filesystem' on a certain mountpoint (e.g. /homes) and letting automount do the
    submounts for you (e.g. /homes/$USER). I'm not sure offhand if autofs can
    handle just mounting a single device on a top-level mount (e.g. automounting
    the whole of /opt when it's accessed)



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    dwmw2



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