In message <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>, Matt Dillon writes:

>    MFS is very inefficient.  I didn't fix that... it isn't possible to
>    fix it without a lot of work.

The real fix is to make "struct buf" more object oriented, so that
instead of 
one does
(possibly through a suitable #define.)

Once this is in place, the UFS layer doesn't have to operate on a
disk and the following things should be within our grasp:

        Mounting of filesystems in plain files (rather than using vn)

        A real VMFS or TMPFS which uses UFS as naming for anonymous
        VM objects.

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