Bert Wesarg wrote:
>> Ups, what about the fsroot_fd now? I think this has something to do if
>> /proc and /sys are not mounted at the root, for example in test mode,
> I'm right. The only way out I see is to step aside from openat and use
> string operations to for this.
> I see that this would limit the test suit for debug builds, but I also
> don't see a need for a user to set the FSROOT in a production system
Yes, production systems can use a XML file if they really need a custom
topology. fsroot is only for debugging the Linux code.
I just fixed escaped characters and used your strsep loop for parsing
options. I'll keep your patch on the side in case we find a solution
that is compatible with fsroot. Thanks a lot.