[TUHS] Were cron and at done at the same time? Or one before the other?
Theodore Y. Ts'o
tytso at mit.edu
Mon Dec 14 02:49:16 AEST 2020
On Sat, Dec 12, 2020 at 07:07:15PM -0800, Jon Steinhart wrote:
> Theodore Y. Ts'o writes:
> > > And, if you can actually make a better file system, please go for it, you're
> > > a better person than me. I've looked that that code, and it's huge, has no
> > > clearly defined entry and exit points, and is undocumented. While I've been
> > > too busy to deal with stuff, I found some minor bugs and a possible big
> > > performance improvement just from trying to read the code.
> > Did you report those bugs and potential performance improements?
> > Feedback is always gratefully accepted.
> > As far as documentation is concerned, it's not perfect, but it's
> > certainly not completely undocumented:
> > https://www.kernel.org/doc/html/latest/filesystems/index.html
> > ...
> And sorry, I wasn't clear. I wasn't talking about the code for a
> particular filesystem, I was talking about the generic filesystem
It's certainly not perfect; if you'd like to suggest improvements,
again, they would be gratefully accepted, the first link I sent you
was documentation for the generic file system code, and while there is
certainly more that I'd love to see documented (improvements and bug
reports gratefully accepted), the entry points are certainly one of
the things that is quite well defined:
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