Demand loading of kernel modules not working properly
Sat, 23 Sep 2000 19:24:23 +1100
In message <200009220346.e8M3kuM01092@vindaloo.ras.ucalgary.ca> you write:
> Rusty Russell writes:
> > In message <200009212004.e8LK4DT03994@vindaloo.ras.ucalgary.ca> you write:
> > > Please ensure that if you do query /proc/sys/kernel/modprobe that you
> > > have a fallback to using /sbin/modprobe if /proc/sys/kernel/modprobe
> > > does not exist.
> > Perhaps a `--module-autoload=' option which overrides the /proc check.
> With the default being /sbin/modprobe, of course. I shouldn't have to
> configure anything if I've put it in the standard place.
No way. Default is not to load. You've already made a policy
decision not to autoload, and we'll damn well obey that.
--module-autoload without an arg might default to `/sbin/modprobe'