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    SubjectRe: umount -l <path>, getcwd and /proc/<pid>/cwd inconsistent
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    Ian Kent <raven@themaw.net> writes:

    > Basically, from a bash shell, setting working directory to a mounted
    > directory all is fine with "pwd" and "/proc/<pid>/cwd". Following a
    > "umount - l" on the mount "pwd" continues to return the expected string
    > but "/proc/<pid>/cwd" returns an empty string.

    Builtin pwd just prints $PWD.

    Andreas.

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