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    SubjectRe: [PATCH 0/5] Allow more than PAGESIZE data read in configfs
    On Wed, Oct 11, 2006 at 01:19:35PM -0700, Andrew Morton wrote:
    > The patch deletes a pile of custom code from configfs and replaces it with
    > calls to standard kernel infrastructure and fixes a shortcoming/bug in the
    > process. Migration over to the new interface is trivial and almost
    > scriptable.
    > Nice patch. What's not to like about it??

    We're discussing it both online and offline because there are
    concerns they have that do need to be addressed.
    What's not to like? If you need more than 4K to display an
    attribute, odds are you have more than one attribute in the file, which
    is Wrong. These guys, it turns out, don't, which is why I'm trying to
    help them. But I don't want to encourage others to do the wrong thing.
    I'm also unhappy with the lack of symmetry this creates on the
    store/show() prototypes. We're discussing whether the store() side
    should support larger-than-a-page writes, and how to do it.



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    Joel Becker
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