Subject: Re: hang during shutdown
To: Bill Studenmund <firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: Matthias Drochner <email@example.com>
Date: 09/12/1997 18:48:48
Excerpts from netbsd: 12-Sep-97 Re: hang during shutdown Bill
> I'm confused here. We're discussing cases where /usr gets mounted twice.
> It's getting mounted twice from the same filesystem?
Yes, 2 times from the same source.
It's harmless as far as we can tell now, but it might
> Isn't this a bug in mount? To quote the man page (from my infamous i386
> snapshot :-)
It's a misfeature of the /etc/rc script, /usr is necessary to get
LKMs loaded, so it can be mounted before it's time, and at the
"standard" place again.
It would be nice if "mount" would allow to combine the "a" flag
with a filesystem specification however.