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Re: [PATCH] nilfs2: record used amount of each checkpoint in checkpoint list



Hello,


On Saturday 26 of February 2011 18:13:51 you wrote:
> This records the number of used blocks per checkpoint in each
> checkpoint entry of cpfile.  Even though userland tools can get the
> block count via nilfs_get_cpinfo ioctl, it was not updated by the
> nilfs2 kernel code.  This fixes the issue and makes it available for
> userland tools to calculate used amount per checkpoint.
> 
> Signed-off-by: Ryusuke Konishi <konishi.ryusuke@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
> ---
>  (...snip...)


I've applied this this patch and the two recent userpace patches and it works 
alright, with one surprise -- two suspiciously large BLKCNT:

$ lscp -b
(...snip...)
              270584  2011-03-01 12:52:57   cp    -           33     248244
              270585  2011-03-01 12:53:01   cp    -           34     248245
              270586  2011-03-01 12:53:06   cp    - 18446744073709550523     
248245
              270587  2011-03-01 12:53:11   cp    - 18446744073709550550     
248257
              270588  2011-03-01 12:53:15   cp    -         1268     248247
              270589  2011-03-01 12:53:16   cp    -         1803     248246
              270590  2011-03-01 12:53:21   cp    -         4952     248256
(...snip...)


It is possible the two strange checkpoints (270586 & 7) were created with new 
userland and old kernel, before reboot.

Do you want me to provide any extra info on it or just let it slip?

-- 
dexen deVries

[[[â][â]]]

> how does a C compiler get to be that big? what is all that code doing?

iterators, string objects, and a full set of C macros that ensure
boundary conditions and improve interfaces.

ron minnich, in response to Charles Forsyth

http://9fans.net/archive/2011/02/90
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