Re: 2.6.0, cdrom still showing directories after being erased
From: John Bradford
Date: Thu Feb 05 2004 - 16:38:39 EST
> > I still think this is to be expected when mucking in undefined teritory.
> > Reload the media, it's not hard... Sure you can get around this with
> > snooping if you really wanted to, but IMO it's wasted effort. Add -eject
> > to cdrecord command line of default config, how you want so solve it is
> > not my problem.
> I don't understand why the Linux kernel doesn't simply invalidates the
> buffers when a CDROM media is unmounted. If this would be case no such
> problems would ever occur.
At a guess, it might be a hack intended to increase performance for CD
jukeboxes where only one disc can be mounted at a time.
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