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Subjectvfs.txt and i_ino
Richard,

It appears that struct inode i_ino has a special value of 0. I don't
see a mention of that in vfs.txt, and I haven't found anything obvious
in the fs code... Would it be possible to add some documentation of
that, along with an explaination of what i_ino==0 is supposed to
indicate? (Bad/invalid inode?)

TIA,

Eli
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