On Tue, 2011-08-30 at 16:47 -0500, Bill Kendall wrote:
> There are a number of #defines in xfsdump that are always enabled and
> no longer need to be conditional code. This patch removes the
> following macros and enables the related code unconditionally:
> - SIZEEST is required for multi-stream dumps for determining split
> - RMT, BASED and SESSCPLT are tied to command line options
> (dump/restore -m, dump -B and restore -Q, respectively).
> - INVCONVFIX, PIPEINVFIX, and EOMFIX are all related to fixes that
> went in a long time ago.
> - WHITEPARSE allows for filenames with spaces and special chars to be
> properly parsed during an interactive restore session.
> - DOSOCKS allows Unix domain sockets to be backed up and restored.
> Other special files (block/char devs, FIFOs) are always backed up,
> so do the same for sockets.
> Additionally the definition of F_FSSETDM has been removed from
> restore/Makefile since it is never referenced.
Looks good. Sorry it took so long to get to this.
Reviewed-by: Alex Elder <aelder@xxxxxxx>