On Thu, Oct 09, 2003 at 05:00:02PM -0400, Kenny Freeman wrote:

> >   I've been reading about unionfs and nullfs (well, more skim reading
> > really; I'm not FS guru, which is why I'm asking here) and one of these
> > sounds like it could be the idea solution.  At first glance I'd say that
> > unionfs would be the way to go.

Both unionfs and nullfs are documented to be broken.  Seriously, those
big scary warnings in the manpages are there for a reason!

Having said that, some people have reported success in certain limited
situations.  If you insist on using them, then you're on your own
if/when it breaks.

This means: do not complain to us when your system crashes and you
lose a filesystem.


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