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    SubjectRe: mount --bind and -o [re: nosuid/noexec/nodev handling]
    On Sun, Oct 14, 2001 at 12:06:02PM -0400, you [Alexander Viro] claimed:
    > On Sun, 14 Oct 2001, Ville Herva wrote:
    > > Ummh, is there a reason for this behaviour?
    > >
    > > $ mount --bind -o noexec /bin /home/sftp/bin
    > Broken - mount --bind ignores flags. Create a binding, then remount it.
    > IOW, two mount(2) calls are needed.

    FYI, this causes the last mount process to hang in D state (kill -KILL does
    not affect it):

    $ mount --bind -o nosuid,noexec,ro /bin /tmp/test
    $ mount --bind -o nosuid,noexec,ro /bin /tmp/test
    $ mount --bind -o remount,nosuid,noexec,ro /tmp/test

    This is 2.4.10-ac10.

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