Initial filesystem design synopsis.
Simon 'corecode' Schubert
corecode at fs.ei.tum.de
Mon Feb 26 05:25:04 PST 2007
Robert Luciani wrote:
Hi, I was wondering if you'd considered making HAMMER endian neutral. I
think that would be a very good thing.
Definitely a must. Swapping integers is no big deal for current processors. And there are not so many either.
Talking of which, we should flip back those len (and i think protocol?) fields in the IP headers to be in network byte order, so that this confusion "where am i in the code path and are we already host byte order or still network order" stops.
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