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Re: newbie to JFFS2
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>>>>> "Srivatsan" == Srivatsan <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
Srivatsan> 1) I have a requirement in my software to make the
Srivatsan> filesystem self referential. For this I had gone thro'
Srivatsan> JFFS source code and also JFFS2 source code. But the
Srivatsan> problem is that the filename representations are
You'll have to explain what this means, and why you care about it.
It could mean a hundred different things to different people. It could
be as simple as having a device node in the JFFS2 file system which
refers to the JFFS2 device.
Srivatsan> 2) What I meant by versioning is the version for each
Srivatsan> file (e.g., CVS) being stored on the file system. If
Srivatsan> anybody can give me a case study of how
Srivatsan> they have done this, might be very useful to me.
Generally, you should avoid doing all of this in a single file system.
Instead, layer another file system on top of JFFS2.
You may want to look at Sun "Translucent File system", or BSD's "union"
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