syspatch(8) and /tmp sizing

On my new OpenBSD servers, I decided to use memory filesystem for /tmp. After looking at old servers usage, I decided that 64M of memory space would be enough.

# grep mfs /etc/fstab
swap /tmp mfs rw,nodev,nosuid,-s=64m 0 0

And that seemed well sized. Until I ran syspatch(8) and got a whole bunch of errors:

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