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SubjectRe: Processes not waiting for kerneld
Hi!

I've also been seeing this. You're using Debian, aren't you?
They have done something with the modules-1.3.69f package, that I don't
understand why (something about return-values !?!)
I downloaded modules-1.3.69f from http://www.pi.se/blox/modules/
and compiled and installed it and now it's ok again.

I hope it helps.

/ Henrik Wallin, henrik@triton.campus.luth.se


On Tue, 30 Apr 1996, Michael Meskes wrote:
> It appears that mount isn't waiting for kerneld anymore. I don't know if
> this is a bug in mount or in the kernel. However, it did work with an older
> version of both.
>
> What happens is that trying to mount a WIN95 or UMSDOS or simply MSDOS
> partition doesn't work at the first try. However, kerneld does load the
> modules and trying for the second time the mount works well, unless of
> course I wait too long and the module has been removed already.
>
> # mount -t msdos /dev/hdb1 /dos
> mount: /dev/hdb1 has wrong major or minor number
> # lsmod
> Module: #pages: Used by:
> msdos 2 0 (autoclean)
> vfat 3 1 (autoclean)
> fat 6 [msdos vfat] 1 (autoclean)
> # mount -t msdos /dev/hdb1 /dos
> # df
> Filesystem 1024-blocks Used Available Capacity Mounted on
> /dev/hdb2 396500 356430 19583 95% /
> /dev/hdb4 457671 254969 179065 59% /home
> /dev/hda2 188687 177896 1047 99% /olddisk
> /dev/hda4 58147 50842 4302 92% /olddisk/home
> /dev/hda1 143452 139108 4344 97% /olddisk/dos
> /dev/hdb1 142948 124780 18168 87% /dos
>
> I know for sure that others experience the same problem. It seems it happens
> for all filesystem.
>
> Is this a kernel bug? Or do I have to look into mount itself?
>
> Michael
>
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