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SubjectRe: Is sys_sysfs used?

> But what would you use as a place-holder?? There are lots
> of unused sys-calls (break, acct, lock, mpx, etc). You
> certainly can't be running out of numbers, and you certainly
> can't remove a number and change everything else, you'll
> not get up, even with static-linked files!

Mark it as unused in unistd.h (like #232 for asm-i386), and implement it
as sys_ni_syscall in the entry.S table.

Al has already reminded me that it must be marked deprecated for a full
version before it can be removed, but when/if it does, then that's what
would happen until some lucky sucker took its place.


-pat

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