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SubjectRe: About /etc/mtab and /proc/mounts
    Hi Kasper :)

Kasper Dupont dixit:
> > > > but after a while I made it a symlink to
> > > > /var/run/mtab. It worked OK, AFAIK.
> > > Did mount actually update the mtab file? The version of mount on
> > > my system would not.
> > Of course not, it is just a symlink to a proc file
> But you just said it was a symlink to /var/run/mtab.

Excuse me, I thought that you was talking about the /proc/mounts
symlink, and not /var/run/mtab. When the symlink was /var/run/mtab I
don't remeber if it was updated, but it should, because all worked
OK, I mean, all filesystems were correctly mounted. But anyway the
info provided by me is not reliable: we used the 'mount' command from
'asmutils' and I don't know how it managed /etc/mtab. All that
happened more than two years ago :(((, sorry. AFAIK, at some point of
the research, the mount command from busybox was used, too.

Raúl
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