> Yes, I use libc5. And I don't care about old pwd being slower. And I
So fix getcwd(3) in libc5. BFD... Or use your ->dentry in devfs_readdir() -
then you can get the consistency you want for existing inodes and that
will allow b0rken getcwd() to work.
It _is_ b0rken - it relies on unique 32-bit number for inodes. That's
not guaranteed on NFS and there's nothing we could do about that.
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