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Re: USB Memory sticks: Failure mode for forgotten umount?
- To: misc_(_at_)_openbsd_(_dot_)_org
- Subject: Re: USB Memory sticks: Failure mode for forgotten umount?
- From: Morten Liebach <m_(_at_)_mongers_(_dot_)_org>
- Date: Thu, 24 Jun 2004 12:30:21 +0200
- Mail-followup-to: Morten Liebach <m_(_at_)_mongers_(_dot_)_org>, misc_(_at_)_openbsd_(_dot_)_org
On 2004-06-23 16:54:11 -0700, Ben Goren wrote:
> On 2004 Jun 23, at 9:06 AM, Hannah Schroeter wrote:
> > Yes I know sane persons don't do that, but it's easy to forget things
> > sometimes...
> Hear, hear!
> When I was regularly mounting a removable drive, it was a digital
> camera, and all I was interested in was dumping the pictures to a new
> folder. So, I whipped up a five-line shell script that would mount,
> copy, unmount, and then tell me when it was safe to remove. Worked like
> a charm.
What I still do. But...
> If you're using a more general kind of device, it'd probably be worth
> setting up the automount daemon. I don't think I've used it
> since...maybe 3.0, and then it was for a client's floppy and Zip
> drives. Worked reasonably well. I can't tell you specifics off the top
> of my head; I recall it being mildly hairy to set up, but not too bad.
... hotplugd(8) works fine in current. I'm still using the "five-line
shell script" method, but it'd be trivial to get the same functionality
(mount -> move/copy -> umount) from a /etc/hotplug/attach script. I
just like to do it manually via kern.usermount=1 etc.
Have a nice day
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