[PATCH] staging: lustre: Replaces 'uint32_t' with '__u32' and 'uint64_t' with '__u64'.
gregkh at linuxfoundation.org
Fri Nov 3 11:46:18 UTC 2017
On Sun, Oct 29, 2017 at 08:58:39PM +0300, Roman Storozhenko wrote:
> There are two reasons for that:
> 1) As Linus Torvalds said we should use kernel types:
> 2) There are only few places in the lustre codebase that use such types.
> In the most cases it uses '__u32' and '__u64'.
The __ types are only needed for when you cross the user/kernel boundry.
Otherwise just use the "normal" types of u32 and u64.
Do the changes you made here all cross that boundry? If not, please fix
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