It is like O_BENEATH, but disables to walk out of the subtree rooted in the starting directory. O_BENEATH does not care if path walks out if it returned.
kib on Wed, Jul 29, 11:31 PM.Authored by
I like the at2cnpf() function, I guess it can be committed separately.
So we permit the combination of O_BENEATH and O_RBENEATH, and it is the same as only O_RBENEATH?
No, look at the chunk in vfs_lookup.c.