Subject: Re: HDD partition handling
To: None <>
From: Bernd Sieker <>
List: port-sparc
Date: 07/28/2004 16:55:30
On 27.07.04, 15:10:19, der Mouse wrote:
> This actually is useful; I've occasionally wanted the same piece of
> disk space mounted in two different places.  (Fortunately, when I've
> wanted this, I've wanted both mounts to be read-only....)

In this case I think the safer method would be to use mount_null,
unless you need both to be an actual ffs mount for some reason.

I've frequently null-mounted e. g. CD-ROMs into the ftp server's
chroot space.

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