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SubjectRe: [PATCH] KERN_INFO for devfs
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> > Why do you think they _have to_ have "none"? Is it POSIXized or
> > otherwise standardized? Where can I RTFM?
>
> I do not think they have to. They just are :-)
>
> fs/namespace.c:show_vfsmnt()
>
> ...
> mangle(m, mnt->mnt_devname ? mnt->mnt_devname : "none");
>
>
> I find this convention quite useful. It allows any program to easily
> skip virtual filesystems. Using something like /dev or devfs in this
> case does not add any bit of useful information but possibly adds to
> confusion.

Maybe you're right. It's up to maintainer to decide.
Richard, do you need updated patch without "none" -> "devfs"?
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