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Old 09-05-2011, 09:09 PM   #1
shwety1085
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store a block device information in sb_info struct of ext4 file system


Hi,
I have created an image file and mounted it with ext4 file system. I want to store its information in sb_info structure of ext4 file system ext4.h header file. I am not sure about how to modify the code as i am new to this file system.
Could some one please help me with this !
 
  


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