Subject: mountd "cannot delete exports"?
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From: Hauke Fath <hauke@Espresso.Rhein-Neckar.DE>
Date: 06/25/2006 21:40:05
I have just upgraded my ss10 from netbsd-3 to -current, and overall the
transition went surprisingly smooth.
There is one thing which puzzles me, though (rather, two; but the second
one deserves its own mail):
When I set up a union mount on the machine, the console gets flodded with
Jun 25 21:22:12 pizza mountd: Can't delete exports for /u1 (Bad address)
for every filesystem that is in /etc/exports. Which begs the question:
o what business does mountd have _deleting_ exports when I _mount_ a
o what "bad address" does it complain about?
The mount itself seems to work as expected, it's just the noise that goes
with it which confuses me. I can provide setup data if it helps; it's just
that I have no idea where to start.
"It's never straight up and down" (DEVO)