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SubjectRe: [Re: Inodes]
Hi J
You misunderstood my question. Let take an example.
Let I have a msdos partition. No msdos files has inode numbers, right. Let I
mount that msdos partition. Then what happens, That is my question. Will the
inode numbers are assigned to all msdos files at mounting time itself
Thanks for the reply
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Blesson



J Sloan <jjs@mirai.cx> wrote:
Blesson Paul wrote:

> Hi
> This is an another doubt related to VFS. I want to know
> wheather all files are assigned their inode number at the mounting time
itself
> or inodes are assigned to files upon accessing only

er..

inode numbers are assigned at file creation time.

cu

jjs

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