On Sat, 26 Jan 2002 13:59:15 -0600, Stephen Lord wrote:
>I would say 95% of the code is untouched, except for the endian
>conversion work which
>was neccessary for a little endian implementation. The interfaces
>between the vfs and
>the filesystem and between the filesystem and the block layer are where
>changes have happened. We did need to do a lot of work for data caching
>Irix model and the linux model were not at all close. The vfs layer has
I understand. Thanks for explaining!
>>>#define XFS_BIG_FILES 0
>>>#define XFS_BIG_FILESYSTEMS 0
>The limits in xfs if you turn these off are:
>Max file size 2^40 bytes
>Max filesystem size is 2 Tbytes I think (not sure without some research).
I guess that would still be plenty. :-)
>It does compile and run, and you save about 45K in code size by doing it,
Well, indeed 45K isn't too much so I spare myself the trouble of running not-
so-well-tested code (if I understood you correctly.)
Thank you for your efforts,
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