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Alright, I may be misunderstanding this, but I'm a big confused.

If you destroy the symlink pointing to /datadata from /data/data and use a folder as /data/data we take the performance hit which was the whole reason /datadata was created, no?

Also, when we copy everything from the /datadata partition, the /data/data folder will get updated, sure, but won't the contents of the /datadata (our fast cache) be completely stale until wipe?

I'm not bashing here, I'm just trying to understand why this works:
A. Without a performance hit
B. Without stale data in the cache
 
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