Tom Judge a écrit :
OK - Thanks Tom, I will take a look on it, I think that HAVP was first
developped on and for GNU/Linux, that may explain the need of a
Mandatory (derived from SysV?) locks... I am currently looking on the
source code of HAVP and check is a FreeBSD Patch could be done.
Philippe Laquet wrote:
I a trying to get HAVP (it works almost well, great software!) but I
also need to use the streaming option and it needs a FS mounted with
mandatory locks. I did not found any option with UFS(2) and also
tried with ext2fs loaded but the mount_ext2fs does not support "-o
mand" ... Any idea?...
My config : FBSD 6-STABLE
HAVP 0.85 (tuned makefile to compile the with STREAM function)
Tried with :
mdconfig -a -t malloc -s32m
mount_ext2fs -o mand /dev/md0 /tmp/havp (the "mand" option is not
I don't think that FreeBSD has mandatory file locks, I believe that
all locks are advisory. I may be wrong but this is what the section
on file/descriptor locking in "The Design And Implementation of the
FreeBSD Operating System" seemed to suggest, this may have changed
since 5.2 tho.
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