mount doesn't complain about missing "mount directory" any more?

Chris Faylor cgf@cygnus.com
Thu Jun 15 10:37:00 GMT 2000


On Fri, Jun 16, 2000 at 02:32:29AM +0900, Kazuhiro Fujieda wrote:
>>>> On Thu, 15 Jun 2000 12:34:19 -0400
>>>> Chris Faylor <cgf@cygnus.com> said:
>
>> Actually, UNIX can mount two devices, too.  I just tried it, and a umount
>> removes the first in the mount list.  Is it possible to adapt your patch
>> to do that?
>
>On SunOS 5.7, I couldn't mount a block special device on two
>different directories. Then I tried a network file system and
>found it succeeded. In this case, a umount removes the last in
>the list.  Anyway, I tried to tailor my patch to your request.

Huh. I tried this on a Digital UNIX system with a network file system.
I guess there's no standard.

Thanks for making the change.  I'll install this patch.

cgf

>ChangeLog:
>2000-06-15 Kazuhiro Fujieda  <fujieda@jaist.ac.jp>
>	* path.cc (mount_info::add_item): Eliminate a trailing backslash 
>	included in a native path starting with '//[A-Za-z]/...'.
>	* path.cc (mount_info::del_item): Accept a native path as its target.
>
>Index: path.cc
>===================================================================
>RCS file: /cvs/src/src/winsup/cygwin/path.cc,v
>retrieving revision 1.30
>diff -u -p -r1.30 path.cc
>--- path.cc	2000/06/13 16:48:37	1.30
>+++ path.cc	2000/06/15 17:03:16
>@@ -1614,10 +1614,8 @@ mount_info::add_item (const char *native
>   if (slash_drive_prefix_p (native))
>     slash_drive_to_win32_path (native, nativetmp, 0);
>   else
>-    {
>-      backslashify (native, nativetmp, 0);
>-      nofinalslash (nativetmp, nativetmp);
>-    }
>+    backslashify (native, nativetmp, 0);
>+  nofinalslash (nativetmp, nativetmp);
> 
>   slashify (posix, posixtmp, 0);
>   nofinalslash (posixtmp, posixtmp);
>@@ -1677,36 +1675,49 @@ int
> mount_info::del_item (const char *path, unsigned flags, int reg_p)
> {
>   char pathtmp[MAX_PATH];
>+  int posix_path_p = FALSE;
> 
>   /* Something's wrong if path is NULL or empty. */
>-  if (path == NULL || *path == 0)
>+  if (path == NULL || *path == 0 || !isabspath (path))
>     {
>       set_errno (EINVAL);
>       return -1;
>     }
> 
>-  slashify (path, pathtmp, 0);
>+  if (slash_drive_prefix_p (path))
>+      slash_drive_to_win32_path (path, pathtmp, 0);
>+  else if (slash_unc_prefix_p (path) || strpbrk (path, ":\\"))
>+      backslashify (path, pathtmp, 0);
>+  else
>+    {
>+      slashify (path, pathtmp, 0);
>+      posix_path_p = TRUE;
>+    }
>   nofinalslash (pathtmp, pathtmp);
>-
>-  debug_printf ("%s[%s]", path, pathtmp);
> 
>-  if (reg_p && del_reg_mount (pathtmp, flags)
>-      && del_reg_mount (path, flags)) /* for old irregular entries */
>+  if (reg_p && posix_path_p &&
>+      del_reg_mount (pathtmp, flags) &&
>+      del_reg_mount (path, flags)) /* for old irregular entries */
>     return -1;
> 
>   for (int i = 0; i < nmounts; i++)
>     {
>-      /* Delete if paths and mount locations match. */
>-      if ((strcasematch (mount[i].posix_path, pathtmp)
>-	   || strcasematch (mount[i].native_path, pathtmp)) &&
>-	  (mount[i].flags & MOUNT_SYSTEM) == (flags & MOUNT_SYSTEM))
>+      int ent = native_sorted[i]; /* in the same order as getmntent() */
>+      if (((posix_path_p)
>+	   ? strcasematch (mount[ent].posix_path, pathtmp)
>+	   : strcasematch (mount[ent].native_path, pathtmp)) &&
>+	  (mount[ent].flags & MOUNT_SYSTEM) == (flags & MOUNT_SYSTEM))
> 	{
>-	  nmounts--;		/* One less mount table entry */
>+	  if (!posix_path_p &&
>+	      reg_p && del_reg_mount (mount[ent].posix_path, flags))
>+	    return -1;
>+
>+	  nmounts--; /* One less mount table entry */
> 	  /* Fill in the hole if not at the end of the table */
>-	  if (i < nmounts)
>-	    memmove (mount + i, mount + i + 1,
>-		     sizeof (mount[i]) * (nmounts - i));
>-	  sort ();		/* Resort the table */
>+	  if (ent < nmounts)
>+	    memmove (mount + ent, mount + ent + 1,
>+		     sizeof (mount[ent]) * (nmounts - ent));
>+	  sort (); /* Resort the table */
> 	  return 0;
> 	}
>     }
>
>____
>  | AIST      Kazuhiro Fujieda <fujieda@jaist.ac.jp>
>  | HOKURIKU  School of Information Science
>o_/ 1990      Japan Advanced Institute of Science and Technology

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