Am 22.07.2011 09:31, schrieb Tomas Mraz:
On Thu, 2011-07-21 at 23:15 +0200, Reindl Harald wrote:
> Am 21.07.2011 23:04, schrieb Karel Zak:
>> On Thu, Jul 21, 2011 at 08:09:08AM -0400, Genes MailLists wrote:
>>> /proc/mounts does not seem to distinguish bind mounts - so this may
>>> have to be a kernel change and perhaps adding /proc/mounts/bind and
>>> moving bind mounts 1 level down - this is not an area I know a lot about
>>> however, so I'll leave this to the real experts.
>> I've already talked about it in this list... "bind" is operation,
>> state of any mountpoint. Something like /proc/mounts/bind does not
>> make sense from kernel's point of view
> sorry but if i get borked as suer with endless lists in "df"
> and useless warnings while callign "df" the kernels point
> of view does not matter for me!
> you want a example of the real world - here it is:
> * openssh / sftp
> * chroot
> Match User anyuser
> ChrootDirectory /some/mepty/folder
> * to use sftp as ftp-replacement you need bind-mounts
> * create 20 empty folders
> * every of this gets a bind-mount to the users webspaces
> having 100 user with 5 subfolders in F15 means you
> see a list with 500 entries calling "df" in F15
> is this funny?
> no it is not!
But it still does just mean that df must be fixed, not
that /proc/mounts/bind would make any sense or even if patched somehow
would be acceptable into the kernel
who does it and will this happen this year or have we to
wait until Fedora 16 as for clean systemd-servcies where
QA forces even maintainers which having ready and from
users confirmed to remove them becuase the are not allow
should/must are nice words if nobody will do it
i can't becuase i am no c/c++ programmer and even if
i do not know until know WHERE the kernel spits out
the informationif anything is a bind-mount