Subject: PR of the moment: bin/7629
To: None <email@example.com>
From: Chuck Silvers <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 04/28/2000 08:22:01
PR bin/7629 complains about how "umount -a" on netbsd doesn't do
the same thing that it does on other OSs, namely attempt to unmount
all mounted filesystems. looking back in the cvs logs, I see that
netbsd's umount originally use the fstab for -a, then was changed to
use getmntinfo() for -a, then with the 4.4-lite integration was changed
back to using fstab for -a and added -A to use getmntinfo().
is there any actual benefit in having an option to read the fstab at all?
would anyone object if I changed -a to be the same as -A?