[systemd-devel] [PATCH V2] Allow systemd-tmpfiles to set file/directory attributes
kreijack at libero.it
Tue Mar 10 13:05:50 PDT 2015
Please, forgot these patches: there is a bug inside.
Sorry for the noise.
On 2015-03-10 20:36, Goffredo Baroncelli wrote:
> Hi all,
> This set of patches add two new line types to the tmpfiles files format.
> These new types of line are 'h' and 'H' (the recursively version), and
> allow to change the file/directory attributes, like chattr(1) does.
> One of the motivation of these patches is to get rid of the commit
> 11689d2a which force the NOCOW flag for the journal files. This was
> needed because systemd-journald has very poor performance when the
> filesytem is BTRFS due to its the COW behavior. My concern is that
> the NOCOW flag also prevent BTRFS to rebuild a corrupted file from a
> good copy if it is available.
> With this patch, now the NOCOW flag can be set by systemd-tmpfiles.
> See  for further information.
> v1: first issue
> v2: accepted several suggestion on the style; added function
> change_attr_fd(); used the _cleanup_close_; returned
> negative errno;
>  Re: [systemd-devel] [RFC][PATCH] Add option to enable COW for journal file
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