Re: wrapfs sources

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I ported latest wrapfs code compile against 2.6.18 kernel.
Now I'm able to build module ,but there my be bugs.
insmod of the file system module that was built was successful.
But when I do a mount (mount -t wrapfs /home/abc/lower /mnt/wrapfs) I'm getting unknown symbol file system wrapfs error.

Here is file_system_type structure definition.
static struct file_system_type wrapfs_fs_type = {
        .owner          = THIS_MODULE,
        .name           = "wrapfs",
        .get_sb         = wrapfs_get_sb,
        .kill_sb        = generic_shutdown_super,

Also attached complete ported wrapfs sources which are compatible with 2.6.18 kernel.
I'm immature in kernel development so I'm requesting to help in resolving unknown file system error.


On Wed, Apr 4, 2012 at 8:35 PM, Erez Zadok <ezk@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
Sorry, I don't have wrapfs sources going so far as 2.6.18.  I don't have enough manpower to support all the kernels people want, so I maintain only the last few stable kernels.  If someone were to backport wrapfs to an older kernel, I'll be happy to test and maintain it going forward.


On Apr 4, 2012, at 12:28 AM, V.Ravikumar wrote:

> Hi  ezk,
> I'm going through wrapfs documentation and feel that stackable file system concept is the best suit for my need.(File/directory change notification along with UID who modified it).
> I got sources but those are not in congruent to linux 2.6.18 sources.
> I sources that I got are compatible with latest kernel sources.
> So I'm requesting you to let me know compatible sources for Linux 2.6.18 kernel
> Thanks & Regards,
> Ravi

Attachment: wrapfs.tgz
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