Re: Запуск php скриптов из разных директории

Роман Москвитин nefer05 на
Сб Июн 30 11:55:16 UTC 2018

В линуксе mount --bind /dev /mnt/dev ЕМНИП

On Sat, Jun 30, 2018 at 1:46 PM, Slawa Olhovchenkov <slw на> wrote:

> On Fri, Jun 29, 2018 at 05:59:00PM +0300, Gena Makhomed wrote:
> > > Т.е. директории должны быть как бы зеркалами друг друга.
> > >
> > > Это возможно сделать?
> >
> > Теоретически - наверное возможно, если написать свой модуль ядра,
> > который будет реализовывать эту логику на уровне файловой системы.
> >
> кажется в лялихе тоже такое было.
> MOUNT_UNIONFS(8)        FreeBSD System Manager's Manual
>      mount_unionfs — mount union file systems
>      mount_unionfs [-b] [-o options] directory uniondir
>      The mount_unionfs utility attaches directory above uniondir in such a
> way
>      that the contents of both directory trees remain visible.  By default,
>      directory becomes the upper layer and uniondir becomes the lower
> layer.
>      The options are as follows:
>      -b      Deprecated.  Use -o below instead.
>      -o      Options are specified with the -o flag followed by an option.
>              The following options are available:
>              below   Inverts the default position, so that directory
> becomes
>                      the lower layer and uniondir becomes the upper layer.
>                      However, uniondir remains the mount point.
>              copymode = traditional | transparent | masquerade
>                      Specifies the way to create a file or a directory in
> the
>                      upper layer automatically when needed.  The
> traditional
>                      mode uses the same way as the old unionfs for backward
>                      compatibility, and transparent duplicates the file and
>                      directory mode bits and the ownership in the lower
> layer
>                      to the created file in the upper layer.  For behavior
> of
>                      the masquerade mode, see MASQUERADE MODE below.
>              whiteout = always | whenneeded
>                      Specifies whether whiteouts should always be made in
> the
>                      upper layer when removing a file or directory or only
>                      when it already exists in the lower layer.
>              udir=mode
>                      Specifies directory mode bits in octal for masquerade
>                      mode.
>              ufile=mode
>                      Specifies file mode bits in octal for masquerade mode.
>              gid=gid
>                      Specifies group for masquerade mode.
>              uid=uid
>                      Specifies user for masquerade mode.
>      To enforce file system security, the user mounting a file system must
> be
>      superuser or else have write permission on the mounted-on directory.
> In
>      addition, the vfs.usermount sysctl(8) variable must be set to 1 to
> permit
>      file system mounting by ordinary users.  However, note that
> transparent
>      and masquerade modes require vfs.usermount to be set to 0 because this
>      functionality can only be used by superusers.
>      Filenames are looked up in the upper layer and then in the lower
> layer.
>      If a directory is found in the lower layer, and there is no entry in
> the
>      upper layer, then a shadow directory will be created in the upper
> layer.
>      The ownership and the mode bits are set depending on the copymode
> option.
>      In traditional mode, it will be owned by the user who originally did
> the
>      union mount, with mode 0777 (“rwxrwxrwx”) modified by the umask in
> effect
>      at that time.
>      If a file exists in the upper layer then there is no way to access a
> file
>      with the same name in the lower layer.  If necessary, a combination of
>      loopback and union mounts can be made which will still allow the lower
>      files to be accessed by a different pathname.
>      Except in the case of a directory, access to an object is granted via
> the
>      normal file system access checks.  For directories, the current user
> must
>      have access to both the upper and lower directories (should they both
>      exist).
>      Requests to create or modify objects in uniondir are passed to the
> upper
>      layer with the exception of a few special cases.  An attempt to open
> for
>      writing a file which exists in the lower layer causes a copy of the
>      entire file to be made to the upper layer, and then for the upper
> layer
>      copy to be opened.  Similarly, an attempt to truncate a lower layer
> file
>      to zero length causes an empty file to be created in the upper layer.
>      Any other operation which would ultimately require modification to the
>      lower layer fails with EROFS.
>      The union file system manipulates the namespace, rather than
> individual
>      file systems.  The union operation applies recursively down the
> directory
>      tree now rooted at uniondir.  Thus any file systems which are mounted
>      under uniondir will take part in the union operation.  This differs
> from
>      the union option to mount(8) which only applies the union operation to
>      the mount point itself, and then only for lookups.
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