One (two?) question(s).
Any mechanism for monitoring file alternation (modify/create/rename/...)
should NOT avoid unmounting filesystem.
With this aspect, are these patches conforming?
If not, there should be some mechanisms to stop monitoring per device /
share basis. Are there some?
*Imagine removable medias and network shares. Before I found some pages
stating gvfs-trash is evil and began running script to stop it if
running, I must shutdown my computer only for removing mounted SD
card. It's not acceptable behavior for base system.
On Wed, 27 Apr 2016 11:32:05 +0800
Julian Elischer <jul...@freebsd.org> wrote:
> the following change is sitting out at github, to add kqueue support
> for more file operations:
> does anyone have reasons why we shouldn't import this change.
> libinotify is now a port and could use these.
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