Subject: re: SGI XFS filesystem
To: Christos Zoulas <firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: matthew green <email@example.com>
Date: 05/29/1999 11:53:47
- many user programs will need to be modified to include the
- kernel sources will have to be moved
I personally like something like fs/ufs, fs/nfs, fs/ntfs... I don't
think that classify them further serves any useful purpose except
adding bytes to source files.
i agree, including what cgd said about ufs_common..
While we are at it, why don't we do the same for net?
Then we can break *all* userland programs that use the network.
i don't see why moving the kernel sources around has to do with
breaking what the userland sees? that's why we install headers
individually from each directory now, isn't it?
But that is easily repairable by ln -s net/inet netinet in /usr/include
this just seems gratuitious. if we need /usr/include/netinet,
just use it and don't litter /usr/include with symlinks that
serve no purpose.
And finally, we can go the solaris direction and move all the fs related
commands into separate directories and leave only the central command
i do like this idea...