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Re: cache_lookup() work this week.

From: Sander Vesik <sander@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: 05 Sep 2003 16:54:38 GMT
Cache-post-path: haldjas.folklore.ee!unknown@localhost

Billy <billy@xxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> On Fri, Sep 05, 2003 at 11:34:31AM +0100, Jan Grant wrote:
>> There are advantages in having a DAG for directory trees. I'm still
>> trying to figure out what good permitting cycles does.
> There are a few times that I've wished I could make directory hardlinks.  In
> most of these instances a soft link was good enough, however not always.
> When managing jails I like to put services in their own /services/xxx
> subdir, as well as under their respective /jails/host/services/xxx.  I
> then I can blow away the jail, or do a destructive upgrade without
> having to worry about restoring the service related data other than
> making another link.  Soft links don't work because of chroot.

As long as you manage to keep it all cycle-free it should all work fine.
I think Matt;s semi-hard links might allow you to do what you want.


+++ Out of cheese error +++

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