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XFS Introduces A Sysfs Interface With Linux 3.17

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The latest noteworthy pull request worth covering for the Linux 3.17 kernel merge window is of the XFS file-system updates.

Dave Chinner sent in the XFS pull request for Linux 3.17 on Tuesday. The changes this time around aren't anything jaw-dropping but just another minor step forward for this file-system competing with EXT4 and Btrfs. Perhaps the most notable change this time around is the introduction of a sysfs interface to the file-system. Below is Chinner's highlights for XFS on Linux 3.17.

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