Re: [PATCH] iso9660 inodes beyond 4GB
From: Paul Serice
Date: Sat May 22 2004 - 14:45:31 EST
> Dumb question: why not simply use a 64-bit type in the inode?
I wasn't sure how to proceed in this direction, but I'll give it
It seems natural to use the lower 32 bits as the inode number in this
case, but in general, I'm not sure what precautions I need to take
when switching from a unique inode number to a non-unique inode
For example, at fs/isofs/inode.c:131, the comment warns that the
current isofs code supports NFS implicitly because iget() works.
Because I think I will have to use iget5_locked() now instead of
iget(), I think I stand a good chance of breaking whatever NFS support
is currently available.
>>The patch is about 28K and can be downloaded from the following URL:
> It goes 404. Please just send the patch directly to the mailing
Sorry. I didn't think my post(s) made it to the list. So, I took the
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