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SubjectRe: ext3 and undeletion
> True, and it could to tricks like listing space used for undelete as "free"
> in addition to dynamic garbage collection.
>
> Though, with a daemon checking the dirs often, or using Daniel's idea of a
> socket between unlink() in glibc and an undelete daemon could work quite
> similairly.
>
> Also, there wouldn't be any interaction with filesystem internals, and
> userspace would probably work better with non-posix type filesystems (vfat,
> hfs, etc) too.
>
> IOW, there seems to be little gain to having an kernelspace solution.
>

IMNSHO everyone thinking about undeletion in Linux should be
sentenced to 1 year of VMS usage and asked then again if he
still think's that it's a good idea...

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