On Fri, Mar 02, 2001, John Baldwin wrote:
> On 02-Mar-01 Edwin Culp wrote:
> > I just found something new in current.  When I rebooted with todays current,
> > it
> > put me into single user with the following message:
> > 
> > mount: /dev/ad0s1e: File name too long
> > 
> > The problem seems to be the directory that I have been mounting it under for
> > a
> > couple of years.  /var/ftp/release   If I make it shorter like, /mnt. it
> > works
> > fine.
> > 
> > Not a big deal, easy to work around and I haven't made a release since the
> > begining of February :-).
> Blame Adrian Chadd ([EMAIL PROTECTED]) :)  Apparently the limit he's enforcing
> on mount names is rather short... :)

You know, I would have picked this one up if my current machine had
long mount paths. :-)

My apologies for this and procfs/alpha breakages.

For those who asked, I'll MFC this to -stable once its settled down
a little. There are a few other bits I need to do that have been pointed
out to me before I'm happy with the change.


Adrian Chadd                    "Programming is like sex:
<[EMAIL PROTECTED]>               One mistake and you have to support for
                                    a lifetime." -- rec.humor.funny

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