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Re: slow share = slow scripts?
On Thu, May 25, 2006 at 12:34:10PM -0500, mwoehlke wrote:
>Dave Korn wrote:
>>On 25 May 2006 18:21, mwoehlke wrote:
>>>Larry Hall (Cygwin) wrote:
>>>>On 05/25/2006, mwoehlke wrote:
>>>>>I was misremembering that Cygwin doesn't have or need a 'umount'.
>>>>>Must've been thinking about something else. At any rate, I know I have
>>>>>sometimes been able to re-mount drives without first unmounting them.
>>>>You can use the '-f' flag to force a remount without 'umount'ing first.
>>>>Cygwin has a 'umount' though.
>>>Ooooooh... and here I always thought '-f' was how you told it to *not*
>>>mount 'noexec' (which apparently isn't documented?).
>> Umm, sounds like you haven't tried "mount --help" yet?
>Nope, I've tried 'man mount', though I'll admit I was looking at the -x,
>-X, -E flags I was pointed at.
>Here is what I am talking about:
>~$ mount h:/mwoehlke/src /usr/src
>mount: defaulting to '--no-executable' flag for speed since native path
> references a remote share. Use '-f' option to override.
>...neither 'mount --help' or 'man mount' makes *any* mention of this
>additional functionality of the '-f' flag. See? I'm *not* imagining
If you really find this confusing, I'd again suggest that it is time to
turn off your computer for the day and go watch tv or walk the dog or
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