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SubjectRe: [RFC] Wine speedup through kernel module
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David Howells writes:
> Daniel Pittman <daniel@rimspace.net> wrote:

>>> Thirdly, registry functions should issue system handles, as is done on
>>> Windows. If system handles move into the kernel, then registry handles
>>> should do too. This also means registry change notifications can be
>>> implemented by system handles that WaitFor*() functions can deal with.
>>
>> That, however, is a convincing reason.
>
> And that's why I wanted a kernel interface to the registry stuff,
> for which the RPC mechanism was added.

Reiserfs would make a fine registry.

> (3) Linux file structures do not hold enough information to support
> CreateFile (access & sharing interactions).

Didn't IRIX add the access & sharing support for Samba to use?
This looks like a generally useful feature.
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