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Date:	Thu, 27 Jun 2013 00:00:13 -0400
From:	Eric Sandeen <>
To:	jon ernst <>
Subject: Re: "block_dump, bd" in debugfs

On 6/26/13 11:58 PM, jon ernst wrote:
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: Eric Sandeen
> Sent: 06/26/13 11:39 PM
> To: jon ernst
> Subject: Re: "block_dump, bd" in debugfs
>  On 6/26/13 11:05 PM, jon ernst wrote:
>>> Hi, 
>>> When I use "block_dump" to dump certain block. I got 12288 bytes dumped.
>> output example? It dumps a hexadecimal representation w/ octal
>> offsets, if you're counting bytes in the *text* output it'd be more than 4096.
> This is example:

<snip, I assume>

> 7020  ae1c aefc aef4 aedf ae65 ae83 ae2e ae19  .........e......

<my snip>

> 7760  ae42 ae44 ae04 ae0b aec9 ae62 aedd ae95  .B.D.......b....

Octal 07760 -> 0777, i.e. ending at byte 4095, or one full block.


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