A report from OSCON 2007
Posted Aug 3, 2007 4:15 UTC (Fri) by Nick
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Trying to open file names that don't exist should not always go to disk.
The kernel has negative dentry caching, so only the first such access
would hit the disk (no different from opening a file that does exist).
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