The LTP test "chmod03" was failing here, when xfs disallowed setting
the sticky bit on a regular file by a non-root user. This was
specifically disallowed in xfs_setattr; back in the XFS 1.1 days
it wasn't apparent because we subsequently called inode_setattr,
which allowed it.
We no longer call inode_setattr in linvfs_setattr, and rather call
vn_revalidate against the xfs inode, and the cleared sticky bit
made it to the "outside world"
This change just #if's out the part of the code that
disallowed setting the sticky bit and keeps the code there for
reference on the difference from Irix behavior...
Date: Mon Aug 12 13:17:49 PDT 2002
The following file(s) were checked into:
linux/fs/xfs/xfs_vnodeops.c - 1.550
- Allow non-root to set sticky bit on regular files.
(Linux difference from Irix, apparently).