Paraphrasing Ben Fennema thoughts of 2004-05-24:
In general: Change mkudffs or the phgfsck so that they
agree newly erased discs meet the UDF standard. Ditto
for discs mounted and umount'ed. Ditto for discs
mounted, files and folders written, grown with
fragments, deleted, and rewritten.
Specifically: Today immediately after mkudffs before
mount we see:
FSD 28 Error: Interchange Level: 2, Maximum
Interchange Level: 3,
- expected: both 3, UDF
188.8.131.52+2, ECMA 4/15.
when we combine:
mkudffs 1.0.0b3 for UDF FS 1.0.0-cvs, 2004/03/09
UDF Conformance Testing Application
(c) Koninklijke Philips Electronics N.V. 1999-2004
Application version: 1.1r0
UCT Core version : 1.1r0
High priority because we're not an open solution if we
disregard the published standard. Low priority because
we have not proven any of these failures actually cause
trouble in the real world.