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SubjectRe: aoe fails on sparc64
On 9/1/05, Ed L Cashin <ecashin@coraid.com> wrote:

> The aoe driver looks OK, but it turns out there's a byte swapping bug
> in the vblade that could be related if he's running the vblade on a
> big endian host (even though he said it was an x86 host), but I
> haven't heard back from the original poster yet.

It is in fact a x86_64 kernel, but with a mostly x86 userland. Vblade
is pure x86 code.

> The vblade bug was the omission of swapping the bytes in each short.
> The fix below shows what I mean:

Unfortunately it doesn't fix anything here. The client still reports
the same wrong size as before. The dmesg output is identical, too.

Regards,
Jim
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