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SubjectThe demise of notify_change.
Somewhen between 2.2.x and 2.4.x notify_change disappeared from 
super_operations. What is the accepted practice now for updating an
inode's persistent state? Should one use write_inode for the same
purpose or should one rely on file_operations::setattr (excuse the
c++ism)? Or is there something entirely different that one should do?

With apologies for being behind the times (I'm trying to update a
filesystem I wrote for 2.0.x, which fact dates me accurately.),

Britt

P.S. I promise to send REG amendments to his VFS doc when I get done.

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