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    SubjectRe: unlink(nonexistent): EROFS or ENOENT?
    29.05.2011 20:08, Michael Tokarev пишет:
    > Hello.
    > Just noticed that at least on ext4, unlinking a
    > non-existing file from a read-only filesystem
    > results in EROFS instead of ENOENT. I'd expect
    > it return ENOENT - it is more logical, at least
    > in my opinion.
    this case is quite clear:

    The directory entry to be unlinked
    is part of a read-only file system

    Ie, the entry is a _part_ of a file system, so it should be
    _existing_ entry to start with.

    > For one, (readonly) NFS mount returns ENOENT in
    > this case.
    > Thanks!

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