Just to make sure I understand this correctly:
- when an inode has <= EFS_DIRECTEXTENTS extents, they're stored directly
in the inode.
- when an inode has > EFS_DIRECTEXTENTS extents, the extents in the
inode refer to contiguous block regions that contain extents referring
to the real data.
The EFS code that Alan posted, in addition to having a curious
aversion to structures, seemed to think that the first 4 bytes of
dinode->di_u were the block number of a block containing extents, and
thus doesn't work very well with files with numext >
EFS_DIRECTEXTENTS. I just want to ensure that I make a sane fix.
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