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Release 4.10 fs/isofs/rock.h

Directory: fs/isofs
 * These structs are used by the system-use-sharing protocol, in which the
 * Rock Ridge extensions are embedded.  It is quite possible that other
 * extensions are present on the disk, and this is fine as long as they
 * all use SUSP

struct SU_SP_s {
unsigned char magic[2];
unsigned char skip;
} __attribute__ ((packed));

struct SU_CE_s {
char extent[8];
char offset[8];
char size[8];

struct SU_ER_s {
unsigned char len_id;
unsigned char len_des;
unsigned char len_src;
unsigned char ext_ver;
char data[0];
} __attribute__ ((packed));

struct RR_RR_s {
char flags[1];
} __attribute__ ((packed));

struct RR_PX_s {
char mode[8];
char n_links[8];
char uid[8];
char gid[8];

struct RR_PN_s {
char dev_high[8];
char dev_low[8];

struct SL_component {
unsigned char flags;
unsigned char len;
char text[0];
} __attribute__ ((packed));

struct RR_SL_s {
unsigned char flags;
struct SL_component link;
} __attribute__ ((packed));

struct RR_NM_s {
unsigned char flags;
char name[0];
} __attribute__ ((packed));

struct RR_CL_s {
char location[8];

struct RR_PL_s {
char location[8];

struct stamp {
char time[7];
} __attribute__ ((packed));

struct RR_TF_s {
char flags;
struct stamp times[0];	/* Variable number of these beasts */
} __attribute__ ((packed));

/* Linux-specific extension for transparent decompression */

struct RR_ZF_s {
char algorithm[2];
char parms[2];
char real_size[8];

 * These are the bits and their meanings for flags in the TF structure.

#define TF_CREATE 1

#define TF_MODIFY 2

#define TF_ACCESS 4


#define TF_BACKUP 16

#define TF_EXPIRATION 32

#define TF_EFFECTIVE 64

#define TF_LONG_FORM 128

struct rock_ridge {
char signature[2];
unsigned char len;
unsigned char version;
	union {
struct SU_SP_s SP;
struct SU_CE_s CE;
struct SU_ER_s ER;
struct RR_RR_s RR;
struct RR_PX_s PX;
struct RR_PN_s PN;
struct RR_SL_s SL;
struct RR_NM_s NM;
struct RR_CL_s CL;
struct RR_PL_s PL;
struct RR_TF_s TF;
struct RR_ZF_s ZF;

#define RR_PX 1			
/* POSIX attributes */

#define RR_PN 2			
/* POSIX devices */

#define RR_SL 4			
/* Symbolic link */

#define RR_NM 8			
/* Alternate Name */

#define RR_CL 16		
/* Child link */

#define RR_PL 32		
/* Parent link */

#define RR_RE 64		
/* Relocation directory */

#define RR_TF 128		
/* Timestamps */

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