On 31 Jul 2000, Thomas Graichen wrote:
> * how to test the xfs filesystem without the tools? - i just made
> a small 32mb xfs filesystem on an x86 and dd'ed to a file which
> you can easily dd onto any partition and mount it as xfs fs there
> (verified to work on x86)
> * trying to mount the dd'ed filesystem just hangs the machine - no
> output so far (xfs is compiled with debug and vnode tracing and
> syslog will give *.* to the console) ...
Is XFS now always big endian (as we discussed about at Linux-Kongreß 1999),
or is it still native endian, so you cannot use an x86 image on big endian
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