cvs commit: src/sys/compat/freebsd32 freebsd32_misc.c src/sys/kern vfs_syscalls.c src/sys/sys mount.h

John Baldwin jhb at
Tue Aug 28 13:50:42 PDT 2007

On Tuesday 28 August 2007 04:28:12 pm John Baldwin wrote:
> jhb         2007-08-28 20:28:12 UTC
>   FreeBSD src repository
>   Modified files:
>     sys/compat/freebsd32 freebsd32_misc.c 
>     sys/kern             vfs_syscalls.c 
>     sys/sys              mount.h 
>   Log:
>   Rework the routines to convert a 5.x+ statfs structure (with fixed-size
>   64-bit counters) to a 4.x statfs structure (with long-sized counters).
>   - For block counters, we scale up the block size sufficiently large so
>     that the resulting block counts fit into a the long-sized (long for the
>     ABI, so 32-bit in freebsd32) counters.  In 4.x the NFS client's statfs
>     VOP did this already.  This can lie about the block size to 4.x
>     binaries, but it presents a more accurate picture of the ratios of free
>     and available space.
>   - For non-block counters, fix the freebsd32 stats converter to cap the
>     values at INT32_MAX rather than losing the upper 32-bits to match the
>     behavior of the 4.x statfs conversion routine in vfs_syscalls.c

I'm open to suggestion on this point.  I can see that for the true counters 
(like read/write operation counters) it might be more correct for them to 
wrap and just lose the upper 32-bits than to cap them.

John Baldwin

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