[EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
> Bosko Milekic <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> writes:
> > I'm more concerned with whether it's actually normal for the process
> > pointer to be NULL in the first place. Is this the case?
> One example (which I don't know if that what's happening here) is when
> following symbolic links. namei() calls VOP_READLINK with proc == NULL.
What a coincidence, there is a symbolic link involved here. I have a
workstation, and a gateway/fileserver machine. I export /usr on the
fileserver (slave) and use amd to mount individual directories under
/usr in /mnt/slave/ on the workstation. Scattered throughout the
workstation are symbolic links to /mnt/slave/foo, which kick amd in
gear, and make those directories available where I want them.
I realize that this is not an ideal situation, but it's also very
common, so if someone is going to find a bug this way, it might as well
be me. :)
"The most difficult thing in the world is to know how to do a thing
to watch someone else do it wrong without comment."
-- Theodore H. White
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