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SubjectRe: taskfs and kernfs
On Sun, 5 Nov 2000, Alexander Viro wrote:

> However, kernfs is _not_ procfs \setminus procfs-proper. It's our current
> /proc/sys.

Okay. I didn't realize that's what you had in mind when you wrote
"kernfs." Mind if I ask why you didn't call it "sysctlfs" or "sysfs?"

In you earlier e-mail, you suggested that sysctl(2) would use path_walk().
Would that mean that your kernfs would have to be loaded into the kernel
and mounted for sysctl(2) to work? Or am I missing something obvious?

davez

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