Re: [2.6.27 patch] the scheduled smbfs removal
From: Steven French
Date: Mon May 19 2008 - 19:03:23 EST
FYI - last week at connectathon I added one patch relating to backlevel
support and mapping of open flags on legacy smb open calls (although
perhaps some longtime smbfs users would not notice since smbfs did not
have this support either).
The utimes support for backlevel servers is one obvious thing that I have
not added (but smbfs had some limited support for) but was considring
Senior Software Engineer
Linux Technology Center - IBM Austin
email: sfrench at-sign us dot ibm dot com
Andrew Morton <akpm@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote on 05/19/2008 05:32:49 PM:
> On Tue, 20 May 2008 00:53:11 +0300
> Adrian Bunk <bunk@xxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> > This patch contains the scheduled smbfs removal.
> I don't know how popular this will be right now - quite a few
> people needed to be dragged over to cifs up to a month or two
> I'd suggest that we first use CONFIG_BROKEN or
> CONFIG_DIFFICULT_TO_GET_AT and see what the effect of that is.
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