> > On Fri, 12 Feb 1999, Ralf Corsepius wrote:
> > [snip rmdir . not failing on Linux]
> > > > You never tried 4.4BSD, right?
> > > True.
> > Arrghhh... Turns out that I also didn't.
> > $ mkdir foo
> > $ (cd foo; sleep 10) &
> > $ rmdir foo
> > $ mkdir bar
> > $ cd bar
> > $ rmdir .
> > rmdir: bar: Invalid argument
Sorry for braino.
> > $ uname
> > FreeBSD
> > $
> That's probably because 'rmdir' checks for its argument.
Nope. Look into /sys/kern/vfs_syscalls.c::rmdir() and after namei(&nd)
you'll see the explicit comparison of vnode you got with vnode that used
to be pwd when the ND_INIT_... was issued.
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