fuse
Data Fields
fuse_file_info Struct Reference

#include <fuse_common.h>

Data Fields

int flags
 
unsigned long fh_old
 
int writepage
 
unsigned int direct_io: 1
 
unsigned int keep_cache: 1
 
unsigned int flush: 1
 
unsigned int nonseekable: 1
 
unsigned int padding: 27
 
uint64_t fh
 
uint64_t lock_owner
 
uint32_t poll_events
 

Detailed Description

Information about open files

Changed in version 2.5

Field Documentation

unsigned int fuse_file_info::direct_io

Can be filled in by open, to use direct I/O on this file. Introduced in version 2.4

uint64_t fuse_file_info::fh

File handle. May be filled in by filesystem in open(). Available in all other file operations

unsigned long fuse_file_info::fh_old

Old file handle, don't use

int fuse_file_info::flags

Open flags. Available in open() and release()

unsigned int fuse_file_info::flush

Indicates a flush operation. Set in flush operation, also maybe set in highlevel lock operation and lowlevel release operation. Introduced in version 2.6

unsigned int fuse_file_info::keep_cache

Can be filled in by open, to indicate, that cached file data need not be invalidated. Introduced in version 2.4

uint64_t fuse_file_info::lock_owner

Lock owner id. Available in locking operations and flush

unsigned int fuse_file_info::nonseekable

Can be filled in by open, to indicate that the file is not seekable. Introduced in version 2.8

unsigned int fuse_file_info::padding

Padding. Do not use

uint32_t fuse_file_info::poll_events

Requested poll events. Available in ->poll. Only set on kernels which support it. If unsupported, this field is set to zero. Introduced in version 3.0

int fuse_file_info::writepage

In case of a write operation indicates if this was caused by a writepage


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