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    SubjectRe: Race between "mount" uevent and /proc/mounts?
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    On Wed, 2005-10-26 at 16:34, Kay Sievers wrote:

    > They are actually events for claim/release of a block device. As uevents
    > are bound to kobjects we needed to send these events from an existing device
    > which is the blockdev itself.
    >
    > Sure, the event itself, has nothing to do with a filesystem. The names are
    > like this for historical reasons and "CLAIM/RELEASE" may be less confusing.
    > The events are used as a trigger to rescan /proc/mounts instead of polling
    > it constantly.
    >
    > If you have a better idea where to plug it, or if we better rename it, we
    > should do that...

    Make /proc/mount send an inotify event ?


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