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    SubjectRe: [ANNOUNCE] new HFS(+) driver

    Hi Roman

    I get this when building your driver (20030930) against 2.6.0-test6:

    *** Warning: "get_gendisk" [fs/hfsplus/hfsplus.ko] undefined!
    *** Warning: "get_gendisk" [fs/hfs/hfs.ko] undefined!

    any idea how to resolve this?

    On Thu, 2 Oct 2003, Roman Zippel wrote:

    > Hi,
    >
    > This is a rather big update to the HFS+ driver. It includes now also an
    > updated HFS driver. Both drivers use now almost the same btree code and
    > the general structure is very similiar, so one day it will be possible to
    > merge both drivers. The HFS driver got a major cleanup and a lot of broken
    > options were removed, most notably if you want to continue using netatalk
    > with this driver, you have to fix netatalk first.
    >
    > The HFS+ driver has a number of improvements and fixes:
    > - blocks are now preallocated.
    > - allocation file is now in the page cache too
    > - better extent caching
    > - btrees are now able to grow arbitrarily
    > - allocation block size can now be larger than a page
    > - actual fs block size is adjusted to avoid alignment problems
    > - cdrom session/partition support (note that this is a crutch and has
    > problems)
    >
    > This is basically the version I'd liked to get merged into 2.6 (minus lots
    > of ifdefs and some debug prints). You can find the driver at
    > http://www.ardistech.com/hfsplus/
    >
    > bye, Roman
    >
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