BFS allows creation of indices on no-index partitions
|Reported by:||anevilyak||Owned by:||nobody|
|Has a Patch:||no||Platform:||All|
If a partition has been created using the noindex parameter, one would normally expect such a partition to also disallow creation of any subsequent indices. This currently isn't the case, and one can thus wind up with a partition that lacks the usual built-in indices such as name, last_modified, etc. but has e.g. be:deskbar_item_status and mail indices. This should probably be forbidden by the FS on such a volume, perhaps also providing a tool which allows one to later switch the partition between modes if one changes one's mind. By implication, switching from non to indexed would then create all the built-in indices that one cannot create manually.