nmount() issues

Matthew D. Fuller fullermd at over-yonder.net
Sat Jan 7 23:09:18 PST 2006

I just updated from an October 1 -CURRENT, and I'm having some issues
from nmount().

SOME (but not all, and with no pattern I can see) of my filesystems
react poorly to `mount -u`.  I keep getting:

% mount -u /usr/ports
mount: /dev/da0s1e: Bad address

All my filesystems have been through a good fsck'ing.  I can even
newfs ports, and it'll still have that issue.  /depot fails too.
/depot2 goes through without a hitch.  So do / and /usr.  A ktrace is
pretty uninformative; it just shows the EFAULT return from nmount().
Some of the filesystems are UFS1, some UFS2, and the split isn't along
those lines.

Anybody else seen anything like this?

Matthew Fuller     (MF4839)   |  fullermd at over-yonder.net
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