Re: Unionfs patchset p19 commit?

Kurt Jaeger wrote:

There's another topic if one uses unionfs in jail() setups: How to
backup the files, and only those files that a different from
the base ?

If you have a reasonable number of files you can maybe get away with the "brute force" approach - gather stat's for all files in the base FS, gather stat's of all files "above" and calculate an intersection with different inode numbers.

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