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Subject[Q] [VFS] i_mapping vs. i_data ?
Hello,

I have the following question for VFS gurus here:

In the inode struct, an address_space (i_data) and a pointer to an
address_space (i_mapping) are defined, and it looks like i_mapping is
always a reference to the inode's i_data (except in coda_open). Then what
is the difference of meaning between these two ?


Regards,

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Jean-Marc Saffroy - Research Engineer - Silicomp Research Institute
mailto:saffroy@ri.silicomp.fr

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