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SubjectRe: Persistent module storage - modutils design
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On Thu, 09 Nov 2000 15:52:47 +1100, 
Rusty Russell <rusty@linuxcare.com.au> wrote:
>In message <14032.973605093@ocs3.ocs-net> you write:
>> Looks like persistent data has to be stored in /lib/modules/persist (no
>> <version>, see earlier mail).
>
>You need versions: binary data is too prone to change (proven kernel
>history). It's the kernel installer's duty to know which ones can be
>safely linked/copied to the new version.

Not saving persistent data in binary format, so no problem.

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