PRs for manpage 'dump(8)'
This is an experimental report containing PRs for manpage 'dump(8)' as of Fri May 30 07:36:54 2014 UTC. See notes.
PRs for manpage 'dump(8)':
|o||2009/02/13||docs/131626||doc||[patch] dump(8) "recommended" cache option confusing|
|o||2007/04/17||kern/111782||fs||[ufs] dump(8) fails horribly for large filesystems|
|s||2004/05/05||kern/66270||[hang] dump(8) causes machine freeze|
|o||2002/02/22||bin/35214||obrien||dump(8) program hangs while exiting|
|o||2001/11/14||bin/31987||[patch] allow dump(8) to notify operators by mail(1)|
|o||2000/08/09||bin/20501||[patch] dump(8) extra flag to dump to offline autoloaders at EOT|
|o||2000/05/01||bin/18319||dump(8) fails with "cannot reopen disk: interrupted system call"|
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