Re: Bind Mount Extensions (ro for --bind)
Date: Thu Aug 21 2003 - 22:28:57 EST
Pretty cool. Guess I missed that one the first time.
Hope it doesn't bit-rot!
On Thu, 2003-08-21 at 21:47, Herbert PÃtzl wrote:
> Hi Linus!
> Hi Andrew!
> Hi Marcelo!
> a few weeks ago, I posted a patch on lkml, which allows
> ro --bind mounts, at least regarding ...
> - open (read/write/trunc), create
> - link, symlink, unlink
> - mknod (reg/block/char/fifo), mkfifo
> - mkdir, rmdir
> - (f)chown, (f)chmod, utimes
> - ioctl (gen/ext2/ext3/reiser)
> - access, truncate
> it doesn't handle update_atime() yet, because Al Viro
> hasn't had the time to answer my email, and it doesn't
> change current intermezzo code (but this would be easy
> to add, because it's almost the same as the vfs_*()s at
> least regarding ro --bind mounts)
> actually patches are available and tested for 2.4.22-rc2
> and 2.6.0-test3 up to 2.6.0-test3-bk9 ...
> I would like to see this or similar code in 2.6 and 2.4 ...
> please let me know, what would be required to get them
> in, or why you dislike those patches, in case you do ...
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