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    SubjectRe: ext2fs: inode with zero dtime
    > For case 2, would it be reasonable to close the open files before
    > the remount, and allow them to be actually deleted before the remount
    > completes? Perhaps they could be deleted on disk, but left undeleted
    > as far as the in memory copy is concerned--we're about to reboot anyway, right?

    No. Don't believe the entire world works the way you happen to think. I
    for example regularly remount almost everything read-only before trying the
    latest "hey this crashes Linux 2.0.36pre-blah" reports

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