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SubjectRe: [patch 1/1] dm: fix printk errors about whether %lu/%Lu is right for sector_t - revised wrote:
> The Device Manager code barfs when sector_t is 64bit wide (i.e. an u64) and
> CONFIG_LBD is off. This happens on printk(), resulting in wrong memory
> accesses, but also on sscanf(), resulting in overflows (because it uses %lu
> for a long long in this case). And region_t, chunk_t are typedefs for
> sector_t, so we have warnings for these, too.

This patch caused the x86_64 build to puke: "Not allowed to define
CONFIG_LBD on this architecture" or some such.

I'd much prefer that you simply remove SECTOR_FORMAT completely.
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