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    SubjectRe: FMODE_EXEC or alike?
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    On Tue, Feb 21, 2006 at 06:32:31PM -0500, Trond Myklebust wrote:
    > Hmm... I don't think you want to overload write deny bits onto
    > FMODE_EXEC. FMODE_EXEC is basically, a read-only mode, so it
    > would mean that you could no longer do something like
    >
    > OPEN(READ|WRITE,DENY_WRITE)
    >
    > which I would assume is one of the more frequent Windoze open modes.

    Since exec will never use the above combination, I don't think the
    current proposal mandates any particular semantics in that case.

    So I'm assuming that we could choose the semantics to fit nfsd's
    purposes. Am I missing anything?

    --b.
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