A Union of two directories
simo.sorce at xsec.it
Mon Feb 3 14:23:43 GMT 2003
The best thing you can do is to make a custom VFS module.
Look in the source and example/VFS directoryes of samba source code.
On Mon, 2003-02-03 at 15:29, Arthur Barrett wrote:
> Hi All!
> I am new to Samba and this group and I have a question...
> My company wants to make a "custom" version of Samba which is capable of
> creating a "share" which is actually a union of two directories.
> ie: instead of the share "\\samba\arthur" being /home/arthur,
> we want the share "\\samba\arthur" to be the union of the two directories
> /home/common and /home/arthur
> Why? It's all to do with version control and limitations in other software.
> The idea is to create a "reserved checkout" in a single directory. ie: all
> the "read only" code is in /home/common and the "checked out" code is in
> /home/arthur", but the silly end product software wants all the files in 1
> directory (\\samba\arthur). Oh woe is me!
> So my question is: which source code file is the one that actually opens
> files in the unix file system ?
> Additionally - is anyone else interested in the result ?
> Arthur Barrett
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