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SubjectRe: [PATCH] [Request for inclusion] Filesystem in Userspace
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> I really do believe that user-space filesystems have problems. There's a
> reason we tend to do them in kernel space.
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> But limiting the outstanding writes some way may at least hide the thing.

Possibly dumb question. Is there a reason we can't have a prctl() that
flips the PF_* flags for a user space daemon in the same way as we do
for kernel threads that do I/O processing ?

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