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SubjectRe: [patch v3] vfs: fix sys_getcwd for detached mounts
> On Mon, Jun 23, 2008 at 08:25:26PM +0200, Miklos Szeredi wrote:
> > I tested this one in various situations, and it appears to do what
> > it's supposed to.
> >
> > A somewhat analogous issue is if we have cwd (or fd) outside
> > current->root. Should we add a prefix for that case as well? Perhaps
> > a double slash?
> OK, I've applied everything except the last one (all in for-linus in
> vfs-2.6.git).

Thanks. Could you please open a branch for this last patch and get
that into linux-next ? I've also got some other cleanup stuff
pending, and Andrew would prefer all VFS stuff to go through you.

> As for the stuff outside current->root (or other
> namespace, for that matter)... I don't like the idea of using // -
> as it is, we have a nice sane check (path[0] != '/') and if
> anything, I'd consider going for deleted:<path> instead of <path>
> (deleted) as we have now. _That_ would eliminate the major
> annoyance with handling of unlinked/rmdired - we'd get rid of
> guessing whether that's a file really called "a (deleted)" or an
> unlinked one that used to be called "a"...

Yes, it would be nice and consistent. OTOH, there is a real chance of
breaking some stuff, that already tries to parse "(deleted)". I don't
think it's worth touching that thing.


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