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Re: [Linux-cluster] Re: [Clusters_sig] Planning a Cluster meeting at OLS

On 2005-05-09T10:21:13, James Bottomley <James Bottomley SteelEye com> wrote:

> 1. Since almost every one of those clusters has pieces in the kernel and
> pieces in userland, getting information across the kernel/user boundary
> in a uniform fashion for all of them seems to be crucial.  At the
> moment, it looks like the OCFS usysfs mechanism is really the only
> candidate, but that's still encountering turbulence from Al Viro.
> Perhaps agreeing on a common such mechanism and how it should be
> implemented would be useful

Indeed, I think that would be the most important discussion to have.

    Lars Marowsky-Brée <lmb suse de>

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