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SubjectRe: mount --bind and -o [re: nosuid/noexec/nodev handling]
> On Mon, 15 Oct 2001, Bernd Eckenfels wrote:
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> > In article <20011014185908.P1074@niksula.cs.hut.fi> you wrote:
> > >> mount --bind /home/luser /home/luser
> > >> mount -o remount,noexec /home/luser
> >
> > Thats nice! For example on Debian GNU/Linux one can mount /var with noexec

Yes, it is very useful, and I keep finding new uses for it all the time.

Sadly, userspace support for it is not perfect; for example cp/rsync
--one-filesystem does not see --bind mount point as a filesystem boundary.


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