File findutils-4.4.2-updatedb.patch of Package findutils

Index: doc/find.texi
===================================================================
--- doc/find.texi.orig
+++ doc/find.texi
@@ -3364,7 +3364,7 @@ Default is none.
 @item --prunepaths='@var{path}@dots{}'
 Directories to omit from the database, which would otherwise be
 included.  The environment variable @code{PRUNEPATHS} also sets this
-value.  Default is @file{/tmp /usr/tmp /var/tmp /afs}.  The paths are
+value.  Default is @file{/tmp /usr/tmp /var/tmp /afs /var/spool}.  The paths are
 used as regular expressions (with @code{find ... -regex}, so you need
 to specify these paths in the same way that @code{find} will encounter
 them.  This means for example that the paths must not include trailing
Index: locate/updatedb.1
===================================================================
--- locate/updatedb.1.orig
+++ locate/updatedb.1
@@ -75,8 +75,7 @@ Default is \fInfs NFS proc\fP.
 .TP
 .B \-\-output=\fIdbfile\fP
 The database file to build.
-Default is system-dependent.  In Debian GNU/Linux, the default
-is /var/cache/locate/locatedb.
+Default is /var/lib/locatedb.
 .TP
 .B \-\-localuser=\fIuser\fP
 The user to search non-network directories as, using \fBsu\fP(1).
@@ -85,7 +84,7 @@ You can also use the environment variabl
 .TP
 .B \-\-netuser=\fIuser\fP
 The user to search network directories as, using \fBsu\fP(1).
-Default is \fBdaemon\fP.
+Default is \fBnobody\fP.
 You can also use the environment variable \fBNETUSER\fP to set this user.
 .TP
 .B \-\-old\-format
Index: locate/updatedb.sh
===================================================================
--- locate/updatedb.sh.orig
+++ locate/updatedb.sh
@@ -158,7 +158,7 @@ select_shell() {
 : ${NETPATHS=}
 
 # Directories to not put in the database, which would otherwise be.
-: ${PRUNEPATHS="/tmp /usr/tmp /var/tmp /afs /amd /sfs /proc"}
+: ${PRUNEPATHS="/tmp /usr/tmp /var/tmp /afs /amd /sfs /proc /var/spool"}
 
 # Trailing slashes result in regex items that are never matched, which 
 # is not what the user will expect.   Therefore we now reject such 
@@ -188,7 +188,7 @@ fi
 export TMPDIR
 
 # The user to search network directories as.
-: ${NETUSER=daemon}
+: ${NETUSER=nobody}
 
 # The directory containing the subprograms.
 if test -n "$LIBEXECDIR" ; then
@@ -228,11 +228,10 @@ done
 
 PATH=/bin:/usr/bin:${BINDIR}; export PATH
 
-: ${PRUNEFS="nfs NFS proc afs smbfs autofs iso9660 ncpfs coda devpts ftpfs devfs mfs sysfs shfs"}
+: ${PRUNEFS="nfs NFS proc afs smbfs autofs iso9660 ncpfs coda devpts ftpfs devfs mfs sysfs shfs cifs 9P"}
 
 if test -n "$PRUNEFS"; then
-prunefs_exp=`echo $PRUNEFS |sed -e 's/\([^ ][^ ]*\)/-o -fstype \1/g' \
- -e 's/-o //' -e 's/$/ -o/'`
+prunefs_exp=`echo $PRUNEFS |sed -e 's/\([^ ][^ ]*\)/-fstype \1 -o/g'`
 else
   prunefs_exp=''
 fi
@@ -252,13 +251,12 @@ if test -n "$SEARCHPATHS"; then
     # : A1
     su $LOCALUSER `select_shell $LOCALUSER` -c \
     "$find $SEARCHPATHS $FINDOPTIONS \
-     \\( $prunefs_exp \
-     -type d -regex '$PRUNEREGEX' \\) -prune -o $print_option"
+     -type d \\( $prunefs_exp -regex '$PRUNEREGEX' \\) -prune \
+     -o $print_option"
   else
     # : A2
     $find $SEARCHPATHS $FINDOPTIONS \
-     \( $prunefs_exp \
-     -type d -regex "$PRUNEREGEX" \) -prune -o $print_option
+     -type d \( $prunefs_exp -regex "$PRUNEREGEX" \) -prune -o $print_option
   fi
 fi
 
@@ -321,13 +319,13 @@ if test -n "$SEARCHPATHS"; then
     # : A5
     su $LOCALUSER `select_shell $LOCALUSER` -c \
     "$find $SEARCHPATHS $FINDOPTIONS \
-     \( $prunefs_exp \
-     -type d -regex '$PRUNEREGEX' \) -prune -o $print_option" || exit $?
+     -type d \( $prunefs_exp -regex '$PRUNEREGEX' \) -prune \
+     -o $print_option" || exit $?
   else
     # : A6
     $find $SEARCHPATHS $FINDOPTIONS \
-     \( $prunefs_exp \
-     -type d -regex "$PRUNEREGEX" \) -prune -o $print_option || exit $?
+     -type d \( $prunefs_exp -regex "$PRUNEREGEX" \) -prune \
+     -o $print_option || exit $?
   fi
 fi