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SubjectRe: PATCH: Change in-kernel afs client filesystem name to 'kafs'
On Fri, 2006-06-23 at 19:41 -0500, Troy Benjegerdes wrote:
> This patch changes the in-kernel AFS client filesystem name to 'kafs',
> as well as allowing the AFS cache manager port to be set as a module
> parameter. This is usefull for having a system boot with the root
> filesystem on afs with the kernel AFS client, while still having the
> option of loading the OpenAFS kernel module for use as a read-write
> filesystem later.

sounds weird... the filesystem it implements is afs.
your change also breaks userspace, since the fs type is a mount option
so your change is userspace visible and means people need to fix their

maybe openafs should start using "openafs" as type; they're not in the
kernel so they aren't yet bound by the userspace ABI....

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