Re: dirn is no use in UFS file system?

From: Henrik Nordstrom <>
Date: Mon, 22 Apr 2002 09:13:24 +0200

dirn is used at the higher layers to locate the cache_dir..

see storeOpen().


On Monday 22 April 2002 07:40, wrote:
> Hi, pals!
> I take a look at Programming Guide and find that when locating a
> cached object on disk, UFS system only use filen, L1 and L2 to
> locate the object on disk.
> IMHO, dirn has no use when locating the cached object on disk when
> the file system is UFS. Am I correct?
> What is the use of dirn when the file system is UFS? Only used to
> find cache_dir? I think so. Am I correct at this point?
> Best regards,
> George Ma
Received on Mon Apr 22 2002 - 01:57:56 MDT

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