if userspace can break your filesystem, there is a bug in your filesystem,
This should never under any circumstance happen, there should be as much
protection as possible against it.
Same goes for a binary that gets you root access when specifying a bad
parameter, it's a root exploit and should be fixed, it's a bug...
Just my 2 cents,
> So any ext4 corruption you can find has to do with bad
> applications combined with a hard reboot, there is no real
> corruption going on in the filesystem.
Received on Thu Oct 21 13:31:12 2010