Subject: kern/65: utimes(2) does not work as specified when 2nd arg is NULL
To: None <>
From: J.T. Conklin <>
List: netbsd-bugs
Date: 01/11/1994 17:04:38
jtc> Utimes(2) is specified to set the file times to "now", when the second
jtc> argument (a pointer to an array of timeval structures) is NULL.   Many
jtc> programs, including our own utime(3) implementation, depend on this 
jtc> behavior.

I wrote up this bug report thinking that someone else would have to
fix this one --- instead I dove into the kernel sources and think I
have a clean fix.  It compiles ok, but I'll have to take it home to 
test it thouroughly.


(Ooooooh, scary!  J.T.'s been hacking kernel code....)