Re: [RFC] userland swsusp
From: Pavel Machek
Date: Mon Nov 21 2005 - 09:14:40 EST
> > > I'm curious on the restrictions the userspace part would have to accept.
> > > Can /usr/swsusp.c write to a file? Currently, you allow it, but I doubt
> > No. Writing to file would trash the filesystem. But you can bmap the file,
> > then write to the block device.
> Do/should all the filesystems get remounted read-only as a precaution? Or is
> that overkill?
You may not do that. remounting the filesystem writes to it... and
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