Subject: Re: bin/32785 [dM] du not terabyte-clean
To: None <tech-userlevel@NetBSD.org>
From: der Mouse <mouse@Rodents.Montreal.QC.CA>
Date: 07/24/2006 16:45:53
>> I just added a fix to PR bin/32785, which is about du breaking in
>> the presence of terabyte levels of disk space.
> How about using uintmax_t?
I have no problem with it. I didn't do it because I'm not used to the
suite of types available.
Actually, since prstat takes int64_t, there is no point in using
anything wider. (Since negative numbers make no sense, I think it
really should use uint64_t, but the difference between 63 bits and
64 bits making a difference is at least a few years off.)
Where do I get a suitable printf format for these types? I seem to
recall that there are macros from some include file, but can't recall
enough details - PRIsomething, isn't it?
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