Re: [PATCH] erofs: move erofs out of staging
From: Gao Xiang
Date: Sun Aug 18 2019 - 12:33:49 EST
On Sun, Aug 18, 2019 at 09:22:01AM -0700, Christoph Hellwig wrote:
> On Sun, Aug 18, 2019 at 09:16:38AM -0700, Eric Biggers wrote:
> > Ted's observation was about maliciously-crafted filesystems, though, so
> > integrity-only features such as metadata checksums are irrelevant. Also the
> > filesystem version is irrelevant; anything accepted by the kernel code (even if
> I think allowing users to mount file systems (any of ours) without
> privilege is a rather bad idea. But that doesn't mean we should not be
> as robust as we can. Optionally disabling support for legacy formats
> at compile and/or runtime is something we should actively look into as
> > it's legacy/deprecated) is open attack surface.
> > I personally consider it *mandatory* that we deal with this stuff. But I can
> > understand that we don't do a good job at it, so we shouldn't hold a new
> > filesystem to an unfairly high standard relative to other filesystems...
> I very much disagree. We can't really force anyone to fix up old file
> systems. But we can very much hold new ones to (slightly) higher
> standards. Thats the only way to get the average quality up. Some as
> for things like code style - we can't magically fix up all old stuff,
> but we can and usually do hold new code to higher standards. (Often not
> to standards as high as I'd personally prefer, btw).
I personally don't want to discuss about other fses here...
I think XFS developers do great jobs all the time and
EROFS is a simple file system compared with these
generic file systems.
I can promise you that our team will fix bug reports in time, and
I personally think the current EROFS code is not as bad as a bullsh**t...
If you have some time, I'm very happy if you can take some of
your precious time on our work...