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Re: CVS commit: src/sys/fs/ptyfs
> On Mon, Mar 23, 2009 at 03:00:35AM +0000, YAMAMOTO Takashi wrote:
>> > Case 1: You have /dev/pts mounted outside the chroot and want to use
>> > e.g. sshd inside the chroot.
>> in this case, there is no "correct" pathname anyway, right?
>> i think it's more appropriate to return an error so that an application
>> can fall back to eg. dev.db.
> If the PTSNAME ioctl fails, you don't gain anything. The problem here is
> that the old code returned /%d for the chroot in all cases -- making it
> impossible to use ptyfs if you also wanted to use e.g. sshd in a chroot.
> Without that logic you can null mount /dev/pts and it magically works.
hmm, null mount. it's what is not obvious to me from the change.
however, if the change mean to make ptyfs know the particular setup of
null mount over it, it sounds like an unacceptable hack to me.
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