More syscall messaging commits, and some testing code as well.
adrian at freebsd.org
Fri Aug 15 01:11:34 PDT 2003
In article <200308131740.h7DHeBT8071956 at xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>,
Matthew Dillon wrote:
> I don't think it's all that difficult to make kill -9 work even if a
> program is stuck in a hard mounted NFS operation. I would agree
> with such a change if it were submitted, as long as (like with 'intr'
> mounts) the signal does not abort the operation until NFS has gone
> through a few retries. Maybe we could call it the 'medium well done'
> option. Not too hard, not too soft :-).
Yeah, well, it'd be nice to have it. Even MacOSX hates a fileshare going away.
You sometimes have to reboot the machine to get rid of NFS wedges. :/
Adrian Chadd <angryskul> learning is bad
<adrian at xxxxxxxxxxx> <angryskul> it just makes the people around you dumber
(angryskul == alfred at irc) <angryskul> :(
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