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== XFS_IOCORE_R ==
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To Developers ,  
 
To Developers ,  
 
I have read about the new member named as xfs_extdelta that is passed in different xfs internal routines i.e xfs_bmapi , In the 2.4 versions instead of using it is just passed as NULL can anyone provide info regarding that where to initialize and if I pass it NULl then is there any adverse effect of it  
 
I have read about the new member named as xfs_extdelta that is passed in different xfs internal routines i.e xfs_bmapi , In the 2.4 versions instead of using it is just passed as NULL can anyone provide info regarding that where to initialize and if I pass it NULl then is there any adverse effect of it  
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HCL TECHNOLOGIES  
 
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: Has been answered on the [http://www.spinics.net/lists/xfs/msg09007.html mailinglist] -- [[User:Ckujau|Ckujau]] 23:39, 16 February 2012 (UTC)

Revision as of 23:39, 16 February 2012

XFS_IOCORE_R

To Developers , I have read about the new member named as xfs_extdelta that is passed in different xfs internal routines i.e xfs_bmapi , In the 2.4 versions instead of using it is just passed as NULL can anyone provide info regarding that where to initialize and if I pass it NULl then is there any adverse effect of it

XFS_IOCORE_RT not been used in 2.6 version , so if instead of this flag I will pass XFS_IOCORE_EXCL it will be ok or will cause any crash or adverse effects or either there is any alternative present to sought out from these two problems

Regards Anshul Kundra HCL TECHNOLOGIES ERS

Has been answered on the mailinglist -- Ckujau 23:39, 16 February 2012 (UTC)
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