In message <2006...@delplex.bde.org>, Bruce Evans writes:
On Mon, 11 Dec 2006, Daniel Eischen wrote:
It's probably a nightmare in the kernel too. close() starts looking
like revoke(), and revoke() has large problems and bugs in this area.
There is the distinctive difference that revoke() operates on a name
and close() on a filedescriptor, but otherwise I agree.
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