I would like to bind one directory to another in order to extend the storage capacity of the first directory.
In linux you can execute:
mount --bind /path/to/directory1 /path/to/directory2
However, the Android shell doesn't understand the "--bind" and "-B" params. This could also be accomplished through fstab, but I'm unsure of the syntax.
I need to perform this operation because my Samsung Galaxy S (SGS) has /data/data symlinked to /datadata, the latter of which resides on a partition that can only be 115 MB, and is constantly full as a result. I'd like to extend the space by binding a directory from somewhere else with more room.
Thanks in advance, I've been looking around for two days for some ideas.