> Neal H Walfield <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
> > I think you are missing something (or maybe I am wrong). If updatedb does
> > a readdir on / then the translator on home is going to be started.
> You're right, updatedb will stat /home and therefore start the
> translator. That means that all passive translators will get
> activated, though...
> So we're back at square one.
Correct me if I'm wrong, but this is how Linux, *BSD, Solaris, etc. all behave
now. If you don't want your /dos to end up in your locate database, you tell
locate to ignore /dos. Do we really want Hurd to behave that much differently
in this respect? Shouldn't it default to the same thing with respect to
locate as everything else?
Daniel Gryniewicz -- email@example.com