On Mon, Jul 30, 2001 at 02:03:31AM -0700, Dima Dorfman wrote:
> Kris Kennaway <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> writes:
> > 1) For some reason, my mdmfs line in /etc/fstab always does a chmod
> > 777 /tmp at mount-time
> > 
> > /dev/md0                /tmp            mfs     rw,-s=65536     0       0
> I can't reproduce this.  You say it "does a chmod"; does that mean you
> see it caling chmod(2) (see as in using truss(1), or the undocumented
> -X option), or is the symptom that it "winds up with mode 777"?  Also,
> does it happen when you run mdmfs from the command line, and/or with
> directories other than /tmp?

I haven't tracked it down, except that every time I reboot my /tmp
winds up mode 777 again.

> > Step 1: disklabel -r -w md1c auto
>                              ^
> Disklabel wants the disk name, not the partition.  This is still a
> panic(8)/hang(8) implementation, but it doesn't derive you of any
> functionality.

Yeah..this was a typo, but it's stil wrong :)


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