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PRs for manpage 'newfs(8)'

This is an experimental report containing PRs for manpage 'newfs(8)' as of Wed Apr 16 07:38:15 2014 UTC. See notes.


PRs for manpage 'newfs(8)':
SSubmittedTrackerResp.Description
o2013/04/01arm/177538armtunefs(8) and mount(8) can not access a newfs(8)'d filesystem (clang, EABI).
o2012/08/16bin/170676newfs(8) creates a filesystem that does not pass fsck.
o2011/11/27bin/162905-E flag in newfs(8) has no effect
s2006/05/19bin/97498fs[request] newfs(8) has no option to clear the first 128 sectors
o2005/10/25bin/87966fs[patch] newfs(8): introduce -A flag for newfs to enable ACLs
o2000/01/28bin/16422[patch] [request] newfs(8) always make root's / directory
6 problems total.


Notes

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