You could add a single integer-valued vfsopt which holds the high-order
bits of f_flags?
On 7 May 2015 at 02:10, Rick Macklem <rmack...@uoguelph.ca> wrote:
> David Boyd reported a problem to freebsd-current@ w.r.t. the
> flag getting cleared by mountd.
> I just took a look at this and it's kinda ugly...
> mountd acquires a list of mounts via getmntinfo() and then does an
> nmount() for each of them to get rid of any exports. It uses
> f_flags from the statfs returned by getmntinfo() as the 3rd
> argument to nmount().
> --> Since nmount()s 3rd argument is a "int", it silently drops any
> MNT_xx flag in the high order 32bits of f_flags. At this time,
> it happens that MNT_AUTOMOUNTED is the only one, but...
> I can think of a couple of ways to fix this, but I don't like any of
> 1) I suppose mountd could check for each flag set in f_flags and generate
> a vfsopts string for it, but that means that every time a new flag that
> can be updated is added to MNT_xx, this mountd.c code would have to
> --> Ugly!!
> 2) Require that all flags in MNT_UPDATEMASK be in the low order 32bits.
> I wouldn`t mind this except in means that the MNT_xx flags must be
> and I don`t think that could get MFC`d.
> 3) Add a new newernmount(2) which has a 64bit flags argument instead of
> Hopefully someone can think of a nice way to fix this, rick
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