Subject: Re: is there an sshfs for NetBSD ?
To: Jochen Kunz <firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: Bill Studenmund <email@example.com>
Date: 05/08/2003 10:08:20
On Wed, 7 May 2003, Jochen Kunz wrote:
> On 2003.05.07 18:33 Hubert Feyrer wrote:
> > Of course you could as well try to port anyof the Linux
> > filesystems to NetBSD,
> There is that nasty "problem" called GPL...
> > or maybe even try to work on a compat layer for filesystems,
> Too much overhead?
> > to make it easier to port Linux filesystems to NetBSD
> > (thinking journaling filesystems).
> Woluldn't it be a better idea to iron out the various bugs and
> insufficiencys out of LFS?
No, LFS and journaling file systems are orthogonal. LFS is a different
beast from traditional file systems, whereas journaling file systems are
(typically) extentions to existing ones. LFS's different behavior has
plusses and minuses compared to FFS, so there'll be times when LFS is a
win, and times when it's a total loss. The advantage of having LFS is that
its "total loss" cases are different from FFSs, so that its possible to
pick one or the other and always have a well-performing file system.