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SubjectRe: aoe fails on sparc64
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Jim MacBaine <jmacbaine@gmail.com> writes:

> Hello,
>
> Using aoe on a sparc64 system gives strange results:
>
...
> The log says:
>
> Aug 31 15:18:49 sunny kernel: devfs_mk_dir: invalid argument.<6>
> etherd/e0.0: unknown partition table
> Aug 31 15:18:49 sunny kernel: aoe: 0011d8xxxxxx e0.0 v4000 has
> 67553994410557440
> sectors

OK. 67553994410557440 is 61440 byte swapped in 64 bits, and 30MB is
61440 sectors, so this should be a simple byte order fix.

> The system is an Sun Ultra 5, running 2.6.12.5/sparc64 compiled with
> gcc-3.4.2. e0.0 is exported on a x86 system using vblade-5, and has a
> size of 30 MB.

Thanks for the report.

--
Ed L Cashin <ecashin@coraid.com>

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