I have a script which was provided to me (from a PR log)
and its for ramdisk-ownership:

=============================================================
# PROVIDE: ramdisk-own
# REQUIRE: ramdisk mountcritlocal
# BEFORE: SERVERS
# KEYWORD: FreeBSD

. /etc/rc.subr

name="ramdisk"
stop_cmd=":"
start_cmd="ramdisk_own_start"

ramdisk_own_start()
{
set -x
        for unit in $ramdisk_units; do
                device="/dev/md$unit"
                dir=`mount | grep $device | cut -d' ' -f3`

                eval owner=\$ramdisk_${unit}_owner
                eval perms=\$ramdisk_${unit}_perms

[ "X$owner" != "X" ] && chown -f "$owner" $device $dir
[ "X$perms" != "X" ] && chmod -f "$perms" /dev/md$unit $dir
done
}


load_rc_config $name
run_rc_command "$1"

=============================================================================

...however, this results is MESSY output to the console and log file(s):

Setting hostname: shadow.
+ device=/dev/md0
+ mount
+ grep /dev/md0
+ cut -d  -f3
+ dir=/tmp
+ eval owner=$ramdisk_0_owner
+ owner=root:wheel
+ eval perms=$ramdisk_0_perms
+ perms=1777
+ [ Xroot:wheel != X ]
+ chown -f root:wheel /dev/md0 /tmp
+ [ X1777 != X ]
+ chmod -f 1777 /dev/md0 /tmp
+ device=/dev/md1
+ grep /dev/md1
+ cut -d  -f3
+ mount
+ dir=/var/spool/MIMEDefang
+ eval owner=$ramdisk_1_owner
+ owner=defang:defang
+ eval perms=$ramdisk_1_perms
+ perms=0700
+ [ Xdefang:defang != X ]
+ chown -f defang:defang /dev/md1 /var/spool/MIMEDefang
+ [ X0700 != X ]
+ chmod -f 0700 /dev/md1 /var/spool/MIMEDefang
+ _return=0
+ [ 0 -ne 0 ]
+ [ -n  ]
+ return 0


...but it does work 100%. Is there any way of 'cleaning' this up so that one does not see these messages, but that the work is DONE?




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J.D. Bronson
Aurora Health Care // Information Services // Milwaukee, WI USA
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