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Re: clean way of setting rlimits for userland fs?

On Wed, Apr 11, 2012 at 06:55:06AM +0200, Emmanuel Dreyfus wrote:
 > In order to have a userland filesystem mounted at startup time, we just
 > need an appropriate /sbin/mount_foofs and an entry in /etc/fstab
 > If I do not miss something, we have no way of setting rlimits without
 > patching /sbin/mount_foofs, just like we have /etc/rc.conf.d/* for
 > /etc/rc.d/* scripts? Anyone has some ideas about how such a
 > functionnality should be implemented? The first though I have would be
 > /etc/fstab.conf.d/*, does it seems appropriate?

Please don't create a proliferation of *.conf.d directories. It is
ugly and messy.

In this case, why do you need anything other than mount options in

David A. Holland

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