> > In any case, what happens if the file was renamed or removed between the
> > 2 readdir calls. A cookie identifying a name that was returned last, or
> > should be read next is just as volatile as a cookie that contains an
> > offset into the directory.
> No, if the file was removed, it still tells you where to start your search. A missing filename is
> just as good a marker as a present one.
And if new file is created with same name?
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