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Date:	Thu, 06 Dec 2007 11:13:28 +0100
From:	Ferenc Wagner <>
To:	Jean Delvare <>
Cc:	Jay Vosburgh <>,
	Andrew Morton <>,,
Subject: Re: bonding sysfs output

Jean Delvare <> writes:

> On Mon, 26 Nov 2007 09:29:40 +0100, Wagner Ferenc wrote:
>> On the policy side: some files are not applicable to some types of
>> bonds, and return a single linefeed in that case.  Except for one
>> single case, which returns 'NA\n'.  The patch changes these cases into
>> emtpy files.
> IMHO a better approach would be to not create the files at all when
> they make no sense for a given type of bond.

That would require much more in-depth changes in the sysfs code, I'm
afraid.  But see also the 5th patch in the series, which reponds to
Jay's suggestion.  And as such, goes in the opposite direction.
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