On Tue, May 30, 2017 at 11:00:04AM +0100, David Howells wrote:
This isn't going to work. You've effectively changed the
types of the fields
in the UUID struct from BE to CPU-endian, but you're still calling
generate_random_uuid(), which produces a BE UUID. You need to leave the
struct members as __beXX or stop using the core UUID routines.
Just move the struct uuid_v1 as-is to the afs headers and rename it to struct
afs_uuid. You can then leave the (un)marshalling code alone.
That's one option. The other option would be to revert
"afs: Use core kernel UUID generation", as that also changed the
v1 UUID to a v4 uuid. Does the afs protocol require a v1 uuid
or does it just use the formwat on the wire?