On Thu, 4 Oct 2001, Jun Kuriyama wrote:

> At Thu, 4 Oct 2001 11:21:19 +0000 (UTC),
> Bernd Walter wrote:
> > I run an md based filesystem for /var/run so it is empty after startup.
> > Does that mean that I also need to take care of creating directories in
> > it during boot - and maintaining myself on every box.
> > Or it it the responsibility of the programms to enshure that the
> > directories they need are created?
> /var/run/named is created by mtree (/etc/mtree/BSD.var.dist).  If you
> want to use md(4) for /var/run, you should make directory after
> /var/run creation.

Is it possible to make the md-filesystem automatically make the needed
subdirectories, when a program wants to create
/var/run/a/very/deeply/nested/file ?

Or would that just be too ugly, mixing device drivers with high-level file
operations? Guess so..


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