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SubjectRe: VFS design question
Tobias Pflug wrote:
> Hi,
>
> A note in front: I realize that my question is rather broad and a bit
> vague, sorry for that :)
>
> The VFS is a great solution to transparently operate on different file
> systems by designating an interface for file systems that separates
> file system specific code from higher levels.
>
> Doesn't however this very feature also represent a limiting factor in
> some way? Surely you can map pretty much anything to the Common File
> System model, but is or has the VFS interface design been limiting
> in any way in contemporary file system design ?
>

Why does this sound like "do my homework for me"?

-hpa
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