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Old 12-04-2015, 04:11 AM   #1
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wrapfs on root file system


I want to stack wrapfs on root file system (/) so that all the system calls operating on the files under / can be trapped. I have mounted wrapfs on / using wrapfs overlay mount technique as follows:

mount -t wrapfs / /

However, i see that the system calls operating on the files under / are still not going through the wrapfs layer. Any thoughts ?. Is there something I am missing here.



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