A useful VFS change ...
Volker.Lendecke at SerNet.DE
Fri Mar 14 09:44:37 MDT 2014
On Fri, Mar 14, 2014 at 11:28:59AM -0400, Dustin Oprea wrote:
> Think about FUSE... If a feature isn't supported, it gracefully handles it
> without panicking. Consequently, you don't have to implement all 30 (or
> 40?, 50?, ...) functions in order to get going. This obviously makes it
> easier to iteratively develop and debug.
Ok, understood. You want Samba to somehow limp along even
with the opaque module returning ENOSYS everywhere. This is
certainly a much larger task. But it's a very worthwhile
one. So we need to just start running in this mode and
eliminate panics one after the other...
> I've attached the patch for the example.
I'm with you on the naming thing, I'm not sure how we are
supposed to handle the init_samba_module thingy. There's
some macro magic for builtin vs shared modules around. Can
you post them as two separate git format-patch patches?
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