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    SubjectRe: utimes/futimes/lutimes syscalls
    Ulrich Drepper <drepper@redhat.com> wrote:
    >
    > If
    > there are filesystems which store the sub-seconds on disk I think this
    > is necessary since otherwise all kinds of programs (including archives)
    > cannot be written correctly. If the sub-seconds only live in memory I
    > still think it would be good to have the syscalls but it would not be
    > that urgent.

    XFS (at least) stores nanoseconds on disk. So yes, I think we should make
    this change.
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