[BusyBox] What does it mean when I find bugs in the standard mount?
rob at landley.net
Tue Aug 2 09:48:47 UTC 2005
On Tuesday 02 August 2005 03:31, Rob Landley wrote:
> So I'm testing the behavior of my mount against the util-linux mount in
> ubuntu, and guess what? The util-linux mount goes _nuts_ in some obvious
> corner cases. Try this:
So, with the util-linux mount: if you have a directory "proc" that you've
mounted something on, and also have a "proc" entry in /etc/fstab, the first
time you umount it the local directory is unmounted, but the second time you
unmount it, it complains that /proc is in use.
Different behavior based not on whether the directory at that relative path
exists, but whether or not there's something mounted on it.
I'm not quite sure what the correct behavior is here, but I know that whatever
it is my current umount isn't implementing it yet...
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