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SubjectRe: SCSI Woes
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In message <Pine.LNX.3.93.960618210100.150A-100000@shalott.imola.nettuno.it>, m
.mariani@imola.nettuno.it writes:
>Excuse me, I'm sure I'm by no means worthy of even thinking about posting
>such a dumb question to the list, but what does happen to the running
>program if I unlink the file? Should I just see the program dumping core
>or what?

Or what.

inodes remain allocated until reference count reaches 0, with the
reference count incremented each time a file is opened (explicitly
with open(2), or implicitly with the older Linux exec code (not sure
what happens with the new code)).

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