On Thu, 20 Apr 2000, Dirk Roehrdanz wrote:
[ snippage ]
> I get this message too whenever I mount a mfs filesystem.
> The line in /etc/fstab is:
> /dev/da0s1b /tmp mfs rw,async,-s32768 0 0
> The output of "ls -l /dev/*da0s1b" is:
> crw-r----- 1 root operator 13, 0x00020001 Dec 12 21:09 /dev/da0s1b
> crw-r----- 1 root operator 13, 0x00020001 Dec 12 21:09 /dev/rda0s1b
I also get the same warning when I mount /tmp on an MFS filesystem. I
don't get the warning when I pass the "nodev" option to mount.
/dev/da0s2b /tmp mfs rw,-s131072 0 0
=> warning message
/dev/da0s2b /tmp mfs rw,nodev,-s131072 0 0
=> no warning message
Looking in sys/kern/kern_conf.c at the function udev2dev() gave me the
clue to use "nodev". Not that I understand what's happening or am able
to fix it.
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