Truls Becken wrote:
This is one place where the BFS indexing shines. A userspace process that tries to keep an index of data on the disk needs to reindex from scratch every time it starts up if it wants to be absolutely sure its database is up-to-date. The reason is that it cannot know how much changed on disk while the process was not running. BFS does not have this problem because, obviously, no attributes can ever be written without BFS noticing.
But what happens if someone adds BFS read/write capabilities to e.g. Linux? Regards, Humdinger -- --=-=--=-=--=-=--=-=--=-=--=-=--=-=--=-=--=-=--=- Deutsche Haiku News @ http://www.haiku-gazette.de