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    SubjectRe: The argument for fs assistance in handling archives
    Am 2004-09-03 16:01:17, schrieb Spam:
    > >>>>>> "David" == David Masover <ninja@slaphack.com> writes:

    > >> mount -t tarfs /some/place/on/disk/foo.tar.gz /mnt/tar
    > >> cp /var/tmp/img.gif .
    > >> umount /mnt/tar
    >
    > > Oops! Someone did a rm /some/place/on/disk/foo.tar.gz between steps
    > > one and two. Now what happens? Please define those semantics...
    >
    > Uhm, can you delete a file (loop) that is mounted?

    Not as $USER but root... :-/

    > > John

    Greetings
    Michelle

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