/proc gets mounted automatically?
durragon at web.de
Mon Aug 5 10:44:43 PDT 2002
I'm not sure, whether the init procedure is still the same...
On my LFS the proc fs is mounted at startup in the rcS Skript.
I will compile the a new kernel later, so I'll look for a kernel option then. But I'm nearly sure there is none.
Hope that helped!
On Sat, Aug 05, 2000 at 01:00:16PM +0200, Oliver Brakmann wrote:
> Declan Moriarty wrote...
> > I thought everything in /etc/fstab without the 'noauto' option was mounted.
> > Did you look there?
> Because of my work on the mtab hint (update coming soon), I have digged
> quite deeply into all the files concerned with mounting filesystems.
> So, the /etc/rc.d/init.d/mountfs script mounts all filesystems listed
> in /etc/fstab _if_ they are not of type smb, nfs or proc.
> Furthermore, the mountproc script normally runs _before_ mountfs.
> But I got error messages during mountproc that said 'proc already mounted'
> until I disabled that script. It was the second one to run at all, btw,
> the first being devfs. So now I don't have _any_thing at all that could
> possibly mount /proc, but it gets mounted anyway.
> It must be either devfsd or that kernel option 'mount devfs at boot time'
> (or something along those lines) that mounts proc. But surely I can't
> be the only one whom this happens to, can I?
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