eric at sandall.us
Sat Nov 23 13:38:34 EST 2002
> Treeve Jelbert wrote:
>> last night when I closed down my system, after trying to rebuild kde
>> and xfree86, mount.sh started looping on
>> out of memory; kill process xxx
>> I suspect it was because there was still a mount point /usr/src/xc,
>> with a lot of data.
>> In the past, my mount script unmounted all the tmpfs entries before
>> doing anything else. I'm not sure what it does now.
>> Eventually I pressed the restart button. Ext3 journalling saved me.
> it's still supposed to unmount the tmpfs that it knows about. Sorcery is
> supposed to umount the things it's mounting too, but I have noticed in
> the last couple of days when it fails to build, it leaves the
> directories mounted. Thought that had been addressed, actually.
I believe it does (it works for me), it is a "feature" in the sorcery menu
now (might be defaulted to "off", so it does _not_ clean the directories
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