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    SubjectRe: [patch] kernel events layer
    Hi!

    > > Should there be some sharing with the device naming of sysfs or are
    > > will we introduce a new one? ie sysfs uses:
    > >
    > > devices/system/cpu/cpu0/<blah>
    > >
    > > Would it be a better way to have a version that takes struct kobject
    > > to enforce consistency in the device naming scheme. This also means
    > > userspace would automatically know where to look in /sys if futher
    > > info was needed.
    >
    > No, we want to give an interface that matches the sort of provider URI
    > used by object systems such as CORBA, D-BUS, and DCOP. We also do _not_
    > want to put policy in the kernel.

    Funny... you want to create new namespace and argue "no policy".

    If you want to translate it to something URI-like, you should
    do that in userspace.

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