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Old 05-26-2009, 08:28 AM   #1
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Question Some problem about the function pointer revalidate in inode_operations in 2.4.20

In kernel-2.4.20, there was a function pointer named revalidate defined in struct inode_operations, but in kernel-2.6.27, this function pointer was removed, which function took place of it? If code based on kernel-2.4.20 is :

How do I change it ?
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