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Author loewis
Recipients amcnabb, hynek, loewis, neologix, r.david.murray
Date 2012-05-21.17:48:24
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> Of course, I would love to see clear documentation of how the kernel  
> is defined to behave in this situation. It would certainly be  
> intuitive for mkdir("/net/prodigy/tmp") to force a mount of  
> "/net/prodigy", but defined behavior isn't always intuitive. :)

Maybe I'm confused, but the presence of "/net/prodigy" is *not*
the issue here, and what gets mounted is *not* "/net/prodigy",
but "/net/prodigy/tmp" (do "mount" to confirm or dispute).
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