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On Sun, 23 Mar 2008, V=E1clav Haisman wrote:

> What about ? It exte=

> ufs_pathconf() with handling of _PC_XATTR_ENABLED. The patch is untested.

I think it sounds fairly reasonable. However, the switch for ufs_pathconf(=
appears to be missing the _PC_XATTR_EXISTS case?

I'd probably panic rather than KASSERT() there.

I'll also need to update the fpathconf(2) man page to list _PC_XATTR_*.

Finally, I'm not convinced, having reread the fsattr man page on Solaris, t=
what they mean by XATTR is what we mean by extended attribute. However, I=
think that's a confusion fairly specific to Solaris and that we do have and=
apply a consistent meaning for extended attribute. A question for Pawel wo=
be how he plans to expose ZFS "extended attributes" (file streams) in FreeB=
so I've CC'd him.

Robert N M Watson
Computer Laboratory
University of Cambridge
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