Re: [PATCH 00/14] Pramfs: Persistent and protected ram filesystem
From: Henrique de Moraes Holschuh
Date: Mon Jun 22 2009 - 16:40:48 EST
On Mon, 22 Jun 2009, Marco wrote:
> I don't think, I think it's very clear:
> "In summary, PRAMFS is a light-weight, full-featured, and
> space-efficient special filesystem that is ideal for systems with a
> block of fast non-volatile RAM that need to access data on it using a
> standard filesytem interface."
It is not full-featured if it doesn't have support for hardlinks, security
labels, extended attributes, etc. Please call it a specialized filesystem
instead, that seems to be much more in line with the comments about pramfs
use cases in this thread...
Oh, and that should be in the Kconfig help text, as well as the stuff that
goes in Documentation/*, obviously. Maybe it already is, I didn't look.
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