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    SubjectRe: [PATCH] relayfs redux, part 3
    > The main reason would be that length would be 0 only if the buffers
    > were full, so the caller can suspend writing if it sees that, until
    > e.g. a daemon catches up.

    Would be? Is there actually any caller doing this?

    Better eliminate it and if someone really does it add a separate function
    that checks this condition.

    -Andi
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