Subject: Re: an in-kernel getcwd() implementation
To: Bill Sommerfeld <>
From: Jonathan Stone <jonathan@DSG.Stanford.EDU>
List: tech-kern
Date: 03/07/1999 00:06:33
>If you have any comments on the code (trivial, substantive, or
>anywhere in between), let me know.

0) yum yum, thankyou :)

1) how does it interact with amd's userspace finagling
   of mount-points?

2) what's the marginal cost of maintaining vnode->name links
   in addition to name->vnode links in the cache?
   Does that make sense for a per-process cache as well as
   the system-wide (I havent looked and dont know)

3)  Does itt work with nullfs? :-/ 

4) Has anyone  actually tried a linux oracle install?
   do current versions need clone()?
   should we  emulate the argv silliness in linux' /proc
   to get linux installs to work?
   I guess what I'm really getting at is, how complete does
   this make our linux emulation when compares to, say, BSDI's LAP.