On Thu, Jul 15, 2004 at 09:58:37AM +0200, christophe varoqui free fr wrote: > > > > just do > > mount -t ramfs none /mnt/point > > > Would that be a suitable solution to store callout binaries for daemons like > multipathd that need to work in case of system-disk outage (/bin & swap on SAN > for example) ? somewhat, as long as ALL requirements are there, including all libraries ;) > If so, is it possible and/or correct for the daemon to do a private ramfs mount > for this purpose ? sure; namespaces can do a LOT > > And while I'm at throwing all the questions I have on my mind : > * how can I disable on-demand loading for the daemon ? > * does mlockall() provides all the necessary garanties ? mlockall does not guarantee that syscalls you do don't cause memory allocations, nor does the ramfs approach.
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