Javier Valencia wrote: > How interact these actions? > > If I don't let a dir-inode write access in inode_permission, how can > mkdir work? > Lately, I saw that it can be stopped in inode_mkdir, but i don't > understand why some read/write permissions are used on > inode_permission and others don't. > > Also, how can i travel by a dentry tree from an struct inode? > > Thanks. > Finally i used d_find_alias to get dentry structure, and my code finally worked. I can stop actions in inode_permission now (including mkdir), but there is not lot info out there.
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