hch at infradead.org
Mon Mar 5 18:42:35 UTC 2018
On Mon, Mar 05, 2018 at 06:15:08PM +0200, Konstantin Belousov wrote:
> It is not clear from the FreeBSD PR, how unlinkat() is supposed to work.
> Do you mean that unlinkat(AT_EMPTY_PATH) removes the name entry for
> given fd, which was used for open(2) ?
It removes the current name for the open fd, including tracking renames
that might have happened since open.
> If yes, this is not possible to
> implement in the current FreeBSD VFS.
> Also, does linkat(AT_EMPTY_PATH) supposed to link the inode referenced
> only by the file descriptor ? I believe this feature is objected to.
linkat(..., AT_EMPTY_PATH) in Linux creates a new link to inode
reference by the fd. It is a privileged operation, and requires
the inode to already have a non-zero link count, or be opened using
the Linux-specific O_TMPFILE flag, which creates and open by unlinked
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