On Mon, 8 May 2000, Alexander Viro wrote:
> > > We don't have to mount it anywhere within the user's reach.
> > >
> > Could you (only if you have a spare minute) say a few more words about
> > this, please? I.e. my reading of do_mount() is such that it will
> > necessarily create a vfsmount entry on successful return. So, how is it
> > that you are talking about "not mounting anywhere within the user's
> > reach"? I.e. where else can I possibly mount a filesystem and how?
> > All I need is some static path like "/nullfs" which can never be looked
> > up by any lookup except the ones coming from mount/umount.
> Wait for the next tree - it's there (check FS_SINGLE and kern_mount();
> examples in pipefs, procfs and shmfs).
excellent, thank you, will do.
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