Hi,

2013-11-03 (일), 02:47 -0500, Zachary:
> Hello,
> 
> I was looking at the source code for f2fs with regard to how dentries
> are created and I have a question about how the __le32 hash_code is
> calculated.  If I have a file like /etc/fstab, would the hash be
> f2fs_dentry_hash("/etc/fstab", 10) or f2fs_dentry_hash("fstab", 5) or
> something completely different?

The hash will be made by f2fs_dentry_hash("fstab", 5).
Thanks, :)

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Jaegeuk Kim
Samsung


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