[Bug 1517] mount does not use the provided filesystem handler table functions

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Mon May 17 23:30:50 CDT 2010


https://www.rtems.org/bugzilla/show_bug.cgi?id=1517





--- Comment #6 from Chris Johns <chrisj at rtems.org>  2010-05-17 23:30:48 ---
A possible mount command is:

int mount(rtems_filesystem_mount_table_entry_t    **mt_entry,
          const char                               *type,
          rtems_filesystem_options_t                options,
          const char                               *device,
          const char                               *mount_point);

This is the simplest change but I am not sure if it is the best. The Linux
mount call is:

int mount(const char    *source, 
          const char    *target,
          const char    *filesystemtype,
          unsigned long mountflags,
          const void    *data);

The FreeBSD one is:

int mount(const char *type, const char *dir, int flags, void *data);

I like the Linux one over the FreeBSD one. Note, both these calls do not return
the mount table struct. This is hidden from the user. I think this is
acceptable if we provide a call or set of calls to return the mount table.
FreeBSD has a lsvfs call. We should have a way to iterate over the mount table.

Comments ?

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