Re: df -l broken

2001-11-30 Thread Maxime Henrion
Joerg Wunsch wrote: Maxime Henrion [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I looked at the code a bit more closely and you're entirely right. I think I figured out why my patch caused a core dump. Here is a more correct patch that should fix the problem without causing core dumps. Seems to work.

Re: df -l broken

2001-11-30 Thread Joerg Wunsch
As Maxime Henrion wrote: Seems to work. mount(8) has still the problem though: Great, I'll file a PR for it. Thanks for the feedback ! I can commit it if you want. I fail to see why should ``mount -t local'' work. ISTR that it used to work, at least in the context of mount -a -t

Re: df -l broken

2001-11-29 Thread Mikko Tyolajarvi
In local.freebsd.current you write: On Mon, Nov 26, 2001 at 12:07:22AM +0100, Maxime Henrion wrote: If my patch is exact, then the bug should manifest itself only if there are no network filesystems mounted. Do you have any network fs mounted on your box ? No networked filesystems here, and

Re: df -l broken

2001-11-29 Thread Maxime Henrion
Mikko Tyolajarvi wrote: In local.freebsd.current you write: On Mon, Nov 26, 2001 at 12:07:22AM +0100, Maxime Henrion wrote: If my patch is exact, then the bug should manifest itself only if there are no network filesystems mounted. Do you have any network fs mounted on your box ? No

Re: df -l broken

2001-11-29 Thread Mikko Työläjärvi
On Fri, 30 Nov 2001, Maxime Henrion wrote: Mikko Tyolajarvi wrote: [...] They don't have to be mounted, just loaded. E.g. if nfs shows up with lsvfs, df -l will work, if not, it won't. (dunno about other network file systems). [...] I looked at the code a bit more closely and you're

Re: df -l broken

2001-11-29 Thread Joerg Wunsch
Maxime Henrion [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I looked at the code a bit more closely and you're entirely right. I think I figured out why my patch caused a core dump. Here is a more correct patch that should fix the problem without causing core dumps. Seems to work. mount(8) has still the

Re: df -l broken

2001-11-26 Thread NAKAMURA Kazushi
In my dual Pentium3/1GHz box: % uname -a FreeBSD mako.kobe1995.net 5.0-CURRENT-20010830-JPSNAP FreeBSD 5.0-CURRENT-20010830-JPSNAP #9: Sat Nov 3 17:05:25 JST 2001 [EMAIL PROTECTED]:/usr/obj/usr/src/sys/KOBE5SMP i386 % df -l Filesystem 1K-blocks UsedAvail Capacity Mounted on

Re: df -l broken

2001-11-26 Thread Paul van der Zwan
Paul van der Zwan wrote: I noticed the -l option of the df command is broken. It is supposed to print df for local filesystems but on my system it prints nothing at all. I had a quick look at the code , as far as I can tell it uses sysctl to figure out the mounted filesystems but

df -l broken

2001-11-25 Thread Paul van der Zwan
I noticed the -l option of the df command is broken. It is supposed to print df for local filesystems but on my system it prints nothing at all. I had a quick look at the code , as far as I can tell it uses sysctl to figure out the mounted filesystems but thinks all of them are non-local and

Re: df -l broken

2001-11-25 Thread David Wolfskill
Date: Sun, 25 Nov 2001 22:41:01 +0100 From: Paul van der Zwan [EMAIL PROTECTED] I noticed the -l option of the df command is broken That differs from my experience: d141[1] df -l Filesystem 1K-blocks UsedAvail Capacity Mounted on /dev/ad0s3a158783939195216264%

Re: df -l broken

2001-11-25 Thread Maxime Henrion
Paul van der Zwan wrote: I noticed the -l option of the df command is broken. It is supposed to print df for local filesystems but on my system it prints nothing at all. I had a quick look at the code , as far as I can tell it uses sysctl to figure out the mounted filesystems but thinks

Re: df -l broken

2001-11-25 Thread Maxime Henrion
David Wolfskill wrote: Date: Sun, 25 Nov 2001 22:41:01 +0100 From: Paul van der Zwan [EMAIL PROTECTED] I noticed the -l option of the df command is broken That differs from my experience: d141[1] df -l Filesystem 1K-blocks UsedAvail Capacity Mounted on /dev/ad0s3a