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Re: Bug in fs/cd9660 raises questions about inode number computing
> A PR (Problem Report) in the kern category with an attached unified
> diff would seem adequate if you cannot commit the changes yourself.
I am glad that others will filter my proposals.
kern/48787 can be counted as a successful one.
kern/48797 demonstrates that i need to free myself more from
expectations which occupied my mind when studying isofs of
a different kernel.
Thanks to Martin Husemann for posing the right questions.
My initial questions of this thread are now answered by:
- No, ISO 9660 Extended Attribute is specified as odd as the code
indicates. (ECMA-119 126.96.36.199. Thanks to Wolfgang Solfrank.)
- No, 64 bit ino_t is a valuable feature of NetBSD that may well
be exploited for convenience.
A new problem was added to my vague todo list:
- ls -i shows rolled over 32 bit inode numbers
Have a nice day :)
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