cvs commit: src/sys/kern vfs_mount.c src/sys/vfs/ufs ffs_inode.c src/sys/vfs/msdosfs msdosfs_denode.c msdosfs_vfsops.c
dillon at apollo.backplane.com
Wed Jun 13 20:07:03 PDT 2007
I would appreciate it if people could test pulling out a USB memory
stick with the mount still active, and even test with you CD'd into
I am not prepared to say that it wouldn't crash the OS if you did it
while the OS was in the middle of doing heavy activity, but it should
be a lot more robust now then it was before. Nothing should lockup,
and it should be possible to unmount the filesystem with the memory
stick pulled out (though of course you still need to CD out of the
mount to unmount properly).
Pulling out a memory stick and putting it back in will not restore
the mount, because the CAM device is still in-use by the old mount
so CAM assigns a new disk device (e.g. da1) if you don't clear the
mount before plugging it back in.
But if someone *WANTS* to make it restore the mount and we can
properly detect that the stick being inserted is the same one
that was pulled (e.g. by looking at the serial number if there is one),
then there is no reason why it couldn't reattach to the same SCSI disk
device number. Of course, even in the best of cases if we were to
implement such a feature it would probably only work really well
with read-only mounts.
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