On Mon, Mar 30, 2009 at 09:54:39PM -0400, der Mouse wrote: | > The source code organisation in src/sys/ufs implies a common | > code-base called "ufs", with more specific implimentations of | > "ffs" (Berkeley Fast File System), "ext2fs" (Linux ext2), "lfs" | > (Berkeley Log-structured File System), (etc.) | | Isn't that at least roughly correct, for the kernel source level (which | is what the code in src/sys/ is)? There's a moderate amount of code | that's shared there (the stuff in sys/ufs/ufs). Yes. I wasn't implying that the source code layout was incorrect. I was using the source code layout as a data point.
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