Commit ab494964 authored by Arnd Bergmann's avatar Arnd Bergmann Committed by Jan Kara

reiserfs: avoid a -Wmaybe-uninitialized warning

The latest gcc-7.0.1 snapshot warns about an unintialized variable use:

In file included from fs/reiserfs/lbalance.c:8:0:
fs/reiserfs/lbalance.c: In function 'leaf_item_bottle.isra.3':
fs/reiserfs/reiserfs.h:1279:13: error: '*((void *)&n_ih+8).v' may be used uninitialized in this function [-Werror=maybe-uninitialized]
  v2->v = (v2->v & cpu_to_le64(15ULL << 60)) | cpu_to_le64(offset);
           ~~^~~
fs/reiserfs/reiserfs.h:1279:13: error: '*((void *)&n_ih+8).v' may be used uninitialized in this function [-Werror=maybe-uninitialized]
  v2->v = (v2->v & cpu_to_le64(15ULL << 60)) | cpu_to_le64(offset);

This happens because the offset/type pair that is stored in
ih.key.u.k_offset_v2 is actually uninitialized when we call
set_le_ih_k_offset() and set_le_ih_k_type(). After we have called both,
all data is correct, but the first of the two reads uninitialized data
for the type field and writes it back before it gets overwritten.

This works around the warning by initializing the k_offset_v2 through
the slightly larger memcpy().

[JK: Remove now unused define and make it obvious we initialize the key]
Signed-off-by: 's avatarArnd Bergmann <arnd@arndb.de>
Signed-off-by: 's avatarJan Kara <jack@suse.cz>
parent 093b995e
......@@ -475,7 +475,7 @@ static void leaf_item_bottle(struct buffer_info *dest_bi,
* 'cpy_bytes'; create new item header;
* n_ih = new item_header;
*/
memcpy(&n_ih, ih, SHORT_KEY_SIZE);
memcpy(&n_ih.ih_key, &ih->ih_key, KEY_SIZE);
/* Endian safe, both le */
n_ih.ih_version = ih->ih_version;
......
......@@ -1326,7 +1326,6 @@ struct cpu_key {
#define KEY_NOT_FOUND 0
#define KEY_SIZE (sizeof(struct reiserfs_key))
#define SHORT_KEY_SIZE (sizeof (__u32) + sizeof (__u32))
/* return values for search_by_key and clones */
#define ITEM_FOUND 1
......
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