Subject: Re: savecore_flags="-z"
To: Jonathan Stone <jonathan@DSG.Stanford.EDU>
From: Greywolf <email@example.com>
Date: 12/04/1999 09:58:26
On Sat, 4 Dec 1999, Jonathan Stone wrote:
# In message <Pine.NEB.firstname.lastname@example.org>
# Greywolf writes:
# >I'd like to see the kernel attempt to explicitly report the filesystems
# >mounted marked dirty or clean (Pyramid OSx did this):
# > FYI: Marking the following filesystems CLEAN:
# > /dev/iop00a (/), /dev/iop00g (/usr), /dev/iop01d (/export),
# > /dev/iop02a (/altroot), /dev/iop02g (/opt), /dev/iop03a (/tmp),
# > and the following filesystems DIRTY:
# > /dev/iop12o (/usr/spool/news)
# >[The above is from a literal reboot of a Pyramid 98x0]
# mm, but, instead of emulating OSx features, it'd be much cooler to port
# NetBSD to the OSx hardware...
Had I a Pyramid to volunteer, I'd try to arrange it. This was over seven
And Pyramid isn't exactly open about their processor architecture,
last I looked.
Are they still in business...hmmm. No, looks like they've been
subsumed by either Amdahl or Siemens.
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