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SubjectRe: Reg mkdir syscall
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Followup to:  <Pine.LNX.4.10.10106042157410.10477-100000@blrmail>
By author: "SATHISH.J" <sathish.j@tatainfotech.com>
In newsgroup: linux.dev.kernel
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> Actually I had written a small file system(on 2.2.14 kernel) similar to
> RAMFS on 2.4 kernel. I am able to mount it but when I try to create
> directory under it, it gives EEXIST error saying" file already exists" but
> when I check the directory again that file gets created. But the link
> count of the parent remains the same. I do not know how this directory
> gets created but with an error message. Please also tell me what all
> functions mkdir passes thro' while creating a directory. One more thing is
> when I took an strace of mkdir command the syscall mkdir fails with
> EEXIST error.
> Please help me with your thoughts.
>

Your code is broken.

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