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SubjectRe: [PATCH v2] btrfs: Remove all sysfs entries
Op 15-06-11 12:34, Hugo Mills schreef:
> On Wed, Jun 15, 2011 at 10:40:31AM +0200, Maarten Lankhorst wrote:
>> Seems that currently none of the sysfs are created any more, so just
>> remove sysfs support entirely.
>> Fixes compiling warnings in 3.0rc3
> I would actually like to retain sysfs support -- the current
> entries may not be used (or useful, or in the right place, or even
> visible these days), but there's plenty of things that could and
> should go in sysfs from btrfs.
> So, please do remove the unwanted/unused file entries, but could
> you leave the sysfs file itself, and the (limited) bits that create
> the btrfs subdir? Otherwise, I'm going to be putting it all back in
> this weekend when I get the time to revisit Goffredo's old sysfs
> patch...
Currently sysfs.c is just 2 function calls, rest is unused, so I'll wait then.

Will in_sysfs in struct btrfs_root be used again? Currently it's not
used but only assigned zero.


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