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SubjectRe: changes in df
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Lars Marowsky-Bree <lmb@suse.de> writes:

|> On 2000-03-15T21:08:51,
|> Andreas Schwab <schwab@suse.de> said:
|>
|> > Hmmmm, SUS2 does not define any special meaning for -1 in struct statfs.
|>
|> That was why I was asking what the specs say.
|>
|> > What's wrong with using zero as before??
|>
|> Because the man pages said "-1" instead of 0, so one of them was wrong. If "0"
|> is good, this tiny issue warrants no further discussion ;)

GNU df already treats zero as a marker for "dummy filesystem" (only
displayed with -a). So IMHO the change should be reverted, and the
manpage should be fixed.

Andreas.

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