Coda File System

Re: latest sources fail on NetBSD 2.99.15

From: Brett Lymn <>
Date: Tue, 28 Jun 2005 22:37:34 +0930
On Mon, Jun 27, 2005 at 02:50:47PM -0400, Jan Harkes wrote:
> It doesn't look like we actually use the context we're saving. It might
> be for debugging purposes, but once we trap it in the debugger the info
> should be accessible even if we don't make the copy to OldContext.

Yes, coda seems to build if you force the selection of the non BSD44
branch of the ifdef.

> If the information is useful, it is probably better to use sigaction
> with the SA_SIGINFO flag set, which is defined by POSIX.

Definitely - it used to be that not all architectures in NetBSD had
ucontext.h (amd64 didn't for a while, I know) but now it looks like
there is one there that emulates the uncontext stuff with siginfo (I
It looks like coda is broken in netbsd-current too... I am getting a
ENODEV for some reason when venus tries to mount /coda.  It looks like
something has come adrift and I need to chase it down.  Also, I am not
entirely sure why (possibly because things are broken) but it seens
coda has disappeared from pkgsrc which is a bit of a worry.

Brett Lymn
Received on 2005-06-28 09:10:37