hello,

$ show root
DISK$OVMSX4:[PSX$ROOT]
$ ! DISK$OVMSX4 is DKC0

$ cre/dir DISK$OVMSX4:[PSX$ROOT.DKB100]
$ cre/dir DISK$OVMSX4:[PSX$ROOT.DKB100.XML]
$ mnt DKB100:[XML] /DKB100/XML

$ dir DISK$OVMSX4:[PSX$ROOT.DKB100]
Directory DISK$OVMSX4:[PSX$ROOT.DKB100]

XML.DIR;1

Total of 1 file.

BUT,

$ bash
bash$ ls /DKB100

bash$ ls /DKB100/anotherdir


why does bash give me access to directories not explicitly mnt-ed
under the POSIX root ?
why does mounting any subdir of a disk give access to the whole disk
(if the user has read access to those directories of course)?

did I missed something ?

TIA,
Pierre.