Subject: support for pre-4.4BSD filesystem broken
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From: Matthias Drochner <M.Drochner@fz-juelich.de>
Date: 12/09/1999 19:09:08
I just found that I can't mount ULTRIX filesystems anymore. There is
some consistency check which uses a variable which is not initialized at
this point in case the ffs is an old one:
fs->fs_cssize > fragroundup(fs, fs->fs_ncg * sizeof(struct csum))
The fragroundup() macro uses the unintialized fs->fs_qfmask.
The check went in with that patch:
date: 1998/12/04 11:00:40; author: bouyer; state: Exp; lines: +11 -5
Sanity check a few values in the superblock, to avoid mallocing huge
memory area if we try to mount a corrupted filesystem. Fixes kern/3933.
So - what do do about that? Obviously we have 2 choices:
a) move the check down
b) move the ffs_oldfscompat() call up
b looks easier for me, or am I missing something?