unionfs double mount reboots the system on 5.3-STABLE
Artem.Koltsov at wfinet.com
Tue Mar 15 15:30:47 PST 2005
I tried to build jails on top of one distribution and found the following problem.
How to repeat:
!!!!!WARNING: IT MAY REBOOT YOUR SYSTEM!!!!!
echo "aaaa" >> a/file1
mount -v -t unionfs -o ro ~/test/a ~/test/a-ro
mount -v -t unionfs -o -b ~/test/a-ro ~/test/a-ro-rw
vi a-ro-rw/file1 ##### <<<<<<< will reboot here
mount before reboot:
<above>:/root/test/a on /root/test/a-ro (unionfs, local, read-only, noclusterw)
<below>:/root/test/a-ro on /root/test/a-ro-rw (unionfs, noclusterw)
FreeBSD local.local.internal 5.3-STABLE FreeBSD 5.3-STABLE #14: Sat Feb 26 19:09:37 EST 2005 root at local.local.internal:/usr/obj/usr/src/sys/CUSTOM i386
Can anyone repeat it and let me know if you have the same result? Any suggestions what it could be?
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