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SubjectRe: Getting FS access events
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Followup to:  <Pine.GSO.4.21.0105150424310.19333-100000@weyl.math.psu.edu>
By author: Alexander Viro <viro@math.psu.edu>
In newsgroup: linux.dev.kernel
> UNIX-like ones (and that includes QNX) are easy. HFS is hopeless - it won't
> be fixed unless authors will do it. Tigran will probably fix BFS just as a
> learning experience ;-) ADFS looks tolerably easy to fix. AFFS... directories
> will be pure hell - blocks jump from directory to directory at zero notice.
> NTFS and HPFS will win from switch (esp. NTFS). FAT is not a problem, if we
> are willing to break CVF and let author fix it. Reiserfs... Dunno. They've
> got a private (slightly mutated) copy of ~60% of fs/buffer.c. UDF should be
> OK. ISOFS... ask Peter. JFFS - dunno.
>

isofs wouldn't be too bad as long as struct mapping:struct inode is a
many-to-one mapping.

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