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[1]1/***************************************************************************
2                          mondostructures.h  -  description
3                             -------------------
4    begin                : Fri Apr 19 2002
5    copyright            : (C) 2002 by Stan Benoit
6    email                : troff@nakedsoul.org
[128]7    cvsid                : $Id: mondostructures.h 1687 2007-10-20 12:47:12Z bruno $
[1]8 ***************************************************************************/
9
10/***************************************************************************
11 *                                                                         *
12 *   This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify  *
13 *   it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by  *
14 *   the Free Software Foundation; either version 2 of the License, or     *
15 *   (at your option) any later version.                                   *
16 *                                                                         *
17 ***************************************************************************/
18
19
20/**
21 * @file
22 * The header file defining all of Mondo's structures.
23 */
24
25
26/** @def MAX_NOOF_MEDIA The maximum number of media that can be used in any one backup. */
27
28///* So we can override it in config.h: */
29//#ifndef MAX_NOOF_MEDIA
30#define MAX_NOOF_MEDIA 50
31//#endif
32
33/**
34 * Structure indicating one entry in the mountlist.
35 * There is one mountlist_line for each device we're keeping track of in the mountlist.
36 */
[128]37struct mountlist_line {
[1]38  /**
39   * The name of the device (/dev entry) for this mountlist line. Guaranteed to be unique.
40   */
[128]41    char device[64];
[1]42
43  /**
44   * The mountpoint for this mountlist line. Should be unique.
45   * This can be "raid", for a RAID subdisk, or "lvm", for an LVM PV.
46   */
[128]47    char mountpoint[256];
[1]48
49  /**
50   * The filesystem type of this entry. Examples: ext2, ext3, reiserfs, xfs, swap.
51   * Also, this can be "raid", for a RAID subdisk, or "lvm", for an LVM PV.
52   */
[128]53    char format[64];
[1]54
55  /**
56   * The size in kilobytes of this device. 0 or -1 indicates LVM.
57   */
[128]58    long long size;
[1]59
60  /**
61   * For ext2 and ext3, this is the filesystem label (if there is one). If not, this should be "".
62   */
[128]63    char label[256];
[1295]64
65    /**
66     * This is the filesystem UUID (if there is one). If not, this should be "".
67     */
68    char uuid[64];
[1]69};
70
71/**
72 * The mountlist structure.
73 * This is used to keep track of a list of all the devices/partitions/formats/sizes/labels in the
74 * system, so we can recreate them in a nuke restore.
75 */
[128]76struct mountlist_itself {
[1]77  /**
78   * Number of entries in the mountlist.
79   */
[128]80    int entries;
[1]81
82  /**
83   * The list of entries, all @p entries of them.
84   */
[128]85    struct mountlist_line el[MAX_TAPECATALOG_ENTRIES];
[1]86};
87
88/**
89 * A structure which holds references to elements of the mountlist.
90 * This is used in resize_drive_proportionately_to_fit_new_drives() to
91 * ensure accurate resizing.
92 */
[128]93struct mountlist_reference {
[1]94  /**
95   * The number of entries in the list of mountlist references.
96   */
[128]97    int entries;
[1]98
99  /**
100   * The array of mountlist_line, allocated on demand.
101   */
[128]102    struct mountlist_line **el;
[1]103};
104
105/**
106 * A line in @p additional_raid_variables.
107 */
[128]108struct raid_var_line {
[1]109  /**
110   * The label for this RAID variable.
111   */
[128]112    char label[64];
[1]113
114  /**
115   * The value for this RAID variable.
116   */
[128]117    char value[64];
[1]118};
119
120/**
121 * The additional RAID variables structure.
122 * This is used to store a list of additional variables to be put in the raidtab,
123 * to allow users to use (new) features of RAID which Mondo doesn't (yet) support directly.
124 * Each @p raid_device_record has one.
125 */
[128]126struct additional_raid_variables {
[1]127  /**
128   * The number of entries in the list.
129   */
[128]130    int entries;
[1]131
132  /**
133   * The list of entries, all @p entries of them.
134   */
[128]135    struct raid_var_line el[MAXIMUM_ADDITIONAL_RAID_VARS];
[1]136};
137
138/**
139 * One disk in a @p list_of_disks.
140 */
[128]141struct s_disk {
[1]142#ifdef __FreeBSD__
[128]143    /**
[1]144     * The name of this disk. If blank it will eventually get filled in automatically.
145     */
[128]146    char name[64];
[1]147#endif
148  /**
149   * The device this entry describes.
150   */
[128]151    char device[64];
[1]152
153  /**
154   * Index number of this entry in the whole disklist.
155   */
[128]156    int index;
[558]157   
158  /**
159   * Type of disk.
160   */
161    char type;  // ' ' = data (default), S = spare, F = faulty
162   
[1]163};
164
165/**
166 * A list of @p s_disk. Every @p raid_device_record has four.
167 */
[128]168struct list_of_disks {
[1]169  /**
170   * The number of entries in the disklist.
171   */
[128]172    int entries;
[1]173
174  /**
175   * The entries themselves, all @p entries of them.
176   */
[128]177    struct s_disk el[MAXIMUM_DISKS_PER_RAID_DEV];
[1]178};
179
180/**
181 * A type of media we're backing up to.
182 */
[128]183typedef enum { none = 0,        ///< No type has been set yet.
184    iso,                        ///< Back up to ISO images.
185    cdr,                        ///< Back up to recordable CDs (do not erase them).
186    cdrw,                       ///< Back up to CD-RWs and blank them first.
187    dvd,                        ///< Back up to DVD+R[W] or DVD-R[W] disks.
188    cdstream,                   ///< Back up to recordable CDs but treat them like a tape streamer.
189    nfs,                        ///< Back up to an NFS mount on the local subnet.
190    tape,                       ///< Back up to tapes.
[1687]191    usb,                        ///< Back up to USB devices.
[128]192    udev                        ///< Back up to another unsupported device; just send a stream of bytes.
193} t_bkptype;
[1]194
195/**
196 * A type of file in the catalog of recent archives.
197 */
[128]198typedef enum { other,           ///< Some other kind of file.
199    fileset,                    ///< An afioball (fileset), optionally compressed.
200    biggieslice                 ///< A slice of a biggiefile, optionally compressed.
201} t_archtype;
[1]202
203
204#ifdef __FreeBSD__
205
[128]206struct vinum_subdisk {
207    char which_device[64];
208};
[1]209
[128]210struct vinum_plex {
211    int raidlevel;
212    int stripesize;
213    int subdisks;
214    struct vinum_subdisk sd[MAXIMUM_RAID_DEVS];
215};
216
217struct vinum_volume {
218    char volname[64];
219    int plexes;
220    struct vinum_plex plex[9];
221};
222
223struct raidlist_itself {
224    int entries;
225    struct list_of_disks spares;
226    struct list_of_disks disks;
227    struct vinum_volume el[MAXIMUM_RAID_DEVS];
228};
229
[1]230#else
231
[128]232        /**
[1]233         * A RAID device in the raidlist.
234         */
[128]235struct raid_device_record {
[1]236      /**
237       * The name of the RAID device (e.g. /dev/md0).
238       */
[128]239    char raid_device[64];
[1]240
241      /**
242       * The RAID level (-1 to 5) we're using.
243       */
[128]244    int raid_level;
[1]245
246      /**
247       * Whether the disk has a persistent superblock.
248       */
[128]249    int persistent_superblock;
[1]250
251      /**
252       * The chunk size of this RAID device.
253       */
[128]254    int chunk_size;
[558]255   
256      /**
257       * The parity algorithm of this RAID device. (RAID5 only)
258       */
259    int parity; // 0=left-asymmetric, 1=right-asymmetric, 2=left-symmetric, 3=right-symmetric
[1]260
261      /**
262       * A list of the disks to use for storing data.
263       */
[128]264    struct list_of_disks data_disks;
[1]265
266      /**
267       * A list of the disks to use as "hot spares" in case one dies.
268       */
[128]269    struct list_of_disks spare_disks;
[1]270
271      /**
272       * A list of the disks to use for storing parity information.
273       */
[128]274    struct list_of_disks parity_disks;
[1]275
276      /**
277       * A list of the disks in this RAID device that have failed\. Rare.
278       */
[128]279    struct list_of_disks failed_disks;
[1]280
281      /**
282       * The additional RAID variables for this device.
283       */
[128]284    struct additional_raid_variables additional_vars;
[558]285
286      /**
287       * Resync progress for this device.
288       */
289    int progress;
[128]290};
[1]291
[128]292        /**
[1]293         * The list of RAID devices.
294         * This is intended to be used along with the mountlist, and it can be
295         * directly loaded from/saved to raidtab format.
296         */
[128]297struct raidlist_itself {
[1]298      /**
299       * The number of entries in the list.
300       */
[128]301    int entries;
[1]302
303      /**
304       * The RAID devices in the raidlist, all @p entries of them.
305       */
[128]306    struct raid_device_record el[MAXIMUM_RAID_DEVS];
307};
[1]308
309#endif
310
311/**
312 * The backup information structure.
313 *
314 * This is the central structure to all the activity going on inside Mondo.
315 * It is passed to almost every function that is not just a helper, even those
316 * which only use one variable of it, because it is useful keeping all the information
317 * together in one place. The usage of particular fields in the bkpinfo is marked in
318 * function documentation, but it is best to fill out as many fields as apply, because
319 * that function may in turn pass the bkpinfo to other functions which use other fields.
320 *
321 * To fill out the bkpinfo first call reset_bkpinfo() and pre_param_configuration(). Then set
322 * the backup-specific parameters (see mondo/mondoarchive/mondo-cli.c-\>process_switches for
323 * an example). After that, you should call post_param_configuration() to set some final
324 * parameters based on those you have already set. Failure to do the last step will result in
325 * extremely strange and hard-to-track errors in chop_filelist(), since optimal_set_size is 0.
326 */
[128]327struct s_bkpinfo {
[1]328  /**
329   * The device we're backing up to.
330   * If backup_media_type is @b cdr, @b cdrw, or @b cdstream, this should be the SCSI node (e.g. 0,1,0).
[1687]331   * If backup_media_type is @b dvd, @b tape, @b usb or @b udev, this should be a /dev entry.
[1]332   * If backup_media_type is anything else, this should be blank.
333   */
[128]334    char media_device[MAX_STR_LEN / 4];
[1]335
336  /**
337   * An array containing the sizes of each media in our backup set, in MB.
338   * For example, media 1's size would be stored in media_size[1].
339   * Element 0 is unused.
340   * If the size should be autodetected, make it -1 (preferable) or 0.
341   * @bug This should probably be only one variable, not an array.
342   */
[128]343    long media_size[MAX_NOOF_MEDIA + 1];
[1]344
345  /**
346   * The boot loader that is installed. Available choices are:
347   * - 'G' for GRUB
348   * - 'L' for LILO
349   * - 'E' for ELILO
350   * - (FreeBSD only) 'B' for boot0
351   * - (FreeBSD only) 'D' for dangerously dedicated
352   * - 'R' for Raw
353   * - 'U' for Unknown or None
354   *
355   * The function which_boot_loader() can help you set this.
356   */
[128]357    char boot_loader;
[1]358
359  /**
360   * The boot device on which @p boot_loader is installed.
361   * This is a bit difficult to autodetect; you may want
362   * to take truncate_to_drive_name() of where_is_root_mounted().
363   */
[128]364    char boot_device[MAX_STR_LEN / 4];
[1]365
366  /**
367   * The compression program to use. Currently supported
368   * choices are lzop and bzip2; gzip may also work. This is ignored if
369   * compression_level is 0.
370   */
[128]371    char zip_exe[MAX_STR_LEN / 4];
[1]372
373  /**
374   * The extension your compression program uses. lzop uses lzo, bzip uses
375   * bz2, gzip uses gz, etc. Do not include the dot.
376   */
[128]377    char zip_suffix[MAX_STR_LEN / 4];
[1]378
379  /**
380   * Devices to back up as biggiefiles.
381   *
382   * This is useful for backing up NTFS partitions.
[296]383   * @c ntfsclone is used to back up only the used sectors, so the space tradeoff is not bad.
[1]384   * However, several caveats apply to such a partition:
385   * - It must not be mounted during the backup
[296]386   * - It must be in a format that ntfsclone knows how to handle, i.e. NTFS
[1]387   * - It cannot be verified during the verify or compare phase
388   * - It may not be resized or selectively restored at restore-time (all or nothing)
389   *
390   * This is a useful feature, but use at your own risk.
391   */
[128]392    char image_devs[MAX_STR_LEN / 4];
[1]393
394  /**
395   * The compression level (1-9) to use. 0 disables compression.
396   */
[128]397    int compression_level;
[1]398
399  /**
400   * If TRUE, then use @c lzop to compress data.
401   * This is used mainly in estimates. The backup/restore may or may
402   * not work if you do not set this. You should also set @p zip_exe
403   * and @p zip_suffix.
404   */
[128]405    bool use_lzo;
[1]406
407  /**
[998]408   * If TRUE, then use @c gzip to compress data.
409   * This is used mainly in estimates. The backup/restore may or may
410   * not work if you do not set this. You should also set @p zip_exe
411   * and @p zip_suffix.
412   */
413    bool use_gzip;
414
415  /**
[1]416   * A filename containing a list of extensions, one per line, to not
417   * compress. If this is set to "", afio will still exclude a set of well-known
418   * compressed files from compression, but biggiefiles that are compressed
419   * will be recompressed again.
420   */
[128]421    char do_not_compress_these[MAX_STR_LEN / 2];
[1]422
423  /**
424   * If TRUE, then we should verify a backup.
425   */
[128]426    bool verify_data;
[1]427
428  /**
429   * If TRUE, then we should back up some data.
430   */
[128]431    bool backup_data;
[1]432
433  /**
434   * If TRUE, then we should restore some data.
435   */
[128]436    bool restore_data;
[1]437
[128]438
[1]439  /**
440    * If TRUE, then we should backup/restore using star, not afio
441   */
[128]442    bool use_star;
[1]443
[128]444
[1]445  /**
446   * Size of internal block reads/writes
447   */
[128]448    long internal_tape_block_size;
449
[1]450  /**
451   * If TRUE, we're making a CD that will autonuke without confirmation when booted.
452   */
[128]453    bool disaster_recovery;
[1]454
455  /**
456   * The directory we're backing up to.
457   * If backup_media_type is @b iso, then this is that directory.
458   * If backup_media_type is anything else, this is ignored.
459   */
[128]460    char isodir[MAX_STR_LEN / 4];
[1]461
[20]462/**
463   * The prefix to put in front of media number
464   * If backup_media_type is @b iso, then this is the prefix for the filename
465   * If backup_media_type is anything else, this is ignored.
466   */
[128]467    char prefix[MAX_STR_LEN / 4];
[20]468
[1]469  /**
470   * The scratch directory to use.
471   * This is the "stage" that the CD image is made directly from.
472   * As such, it needs to be at least as large as the largest CD/DVD/ISO.
473   */
[128]474    char scratchdir[MAX_STR_LEN / 4];
[1]475
476  /**
477   * The temp directory to use.
478   * This is where filesets are stored by the archival threads before
479   * the main thread moves them to the scratchdir. You don't need a lot
480   * of space here.
481   */
[128]482    char tmpdir[MAX_STR_LEN / 4];
[1]483
484  /**
485   * The optimal size for each fileset. This is set automatically in
486   * post_param_configuration() based on your @p backup_media_type; you
487   * needn't set it yourself.
488   */
[128]489    long optimal_set_size;
[1]490
491  /**
492   * The type of media we're backing up to.
493   */
[128]494    t_bkptype backup_media_type;
[1]495//  bool blank_dvd_first;
496
497  /**
498   * Whether we should use a premade filelist or generate our own.
499   * If TRUE, then we generate our own filelist from the directories in @p include_paths.
500   * If FALSE, then we use the filelist whose name is specified in @p include_paths.
501   */
[128]502    bool make_filelist;
[1]503
504  /**
505   * Directories to back up, or (if !make_filelist) the filelist to use.
506   * In the former case, multiple directories should be separated by spaces.
507   * If you do nothing, "/" will be used.
508   */
[543]509    char include_paths[MAX_STR_LEN*4];
[1]510
511  /**
512   * Directories to NOT back up. Ignored if make_filelist == FALSE.
513   * Multiple directories should be separated by spaces. /tmp, /proc,
514   * the scratchdir, and the tempdir are automatically excluded.
515   */
[543]516    char exclude_paths[MAX_STR_LEN*4];
[1]517
518  /**
519   * The path to restore files relative to during a restore.
520   * This is useful if you want to extract the files (to test, for example)
521   * without overwriting the old ones. Ignored during a backup.
522   */
[128]523    char restore_path[MAX_STR_LEN];
[1]524
525  /**
526   * A command to call BEFORE making an ISO image.
527   */
[128]528    char call_before_iso[MAX_STR_LEN];
[1]529
530  /**
531   * A command to call to make an ISO image.
532   */
[128]533    char call_make_iso[MAX_STR_LEN];
[1]534
535  /**
536   * A command to call to burn the ISO image.
537   */
[128]538    char call_burn_iso[MAX_STR_LEN];
[1]539
540  /**
541   * A command to call AFTER making an ISO image.
542   */
[128]543    char call_after_iso[MAX_STR_LEN];
[1]544
545  /**
546   * Path to the user's kernel, or "FAILSAFE" or "SUCKS" to use the kernel
547   * included with Mindi.
548   */
[128]549    char kernel_path[MAX_STR_LEN];
[1]550
551  /**
552   * The NFS mount to back up to/restore from.
553   * If backup_media_type is not @b nfs, this is ignored.
554   * It must contain a colon, and the server's address should be in dotted-decimal IP
555   * address form. (Domain names will be resolved in post_param_configuration().)
556   */
[128]557    char nfs_mount[MAX_STR_LEN];
[1]558
559  /**
560   * The directory, relative to the root of @p nfs_mount, to put
561   * the backups in.
562   */
[128]563    char nfs_remote_dir[MAX_STR_LEN];
[1]564
565  /**
566   * A tarball containing a program called "usr/bin/post-nuke" that will be run
567   * after nuking the system. If "", do not use a post-nuke tarball.
568   */
[128]569    char postnuke_tarball[MAX_STR_LEN];
[1]570
571  /**
572   * If TRUE, then pass cdrecord the argument "blank=fast" to wipe the CDs before
573   * writing to them. This has no effect for DVDs.
574   */
[128]575    bool wipe_media_first;
[1]576
577// patch by Herman Kuster 
578  /**
579   * The differential level of this backup. Currently only 0 (full backup) and 1
580   * (files changed since last full backup) are supported.
581   */
[128]582    int differential;
[1]583// end patch 
584
585  /**
586   * If TRUE, then don't eject media when backing up or restoring.
587   */
[128]588    bool please_dont_eject;
[1]589
590  /**
591   * The speed of the CD-R[W] drive.
592   */
[128]593    int cdrw_speed;
[1]594
595  /**
596   * If TRUE, then cdrecord will be passed some flags to help compensate for PCs
597   * with eccentric CD-ROM drives. If it has BurnProof technology, or is in a laptop,
598   * it probably falls into this category.
599   */
[128]600    bool manual_cd_tray;
[1]601
602  /**
603   * If TRUE, do not make the first CD bootable. This is dangerous but it saves a minute
604   * or so. It is useful in testing. Use with care.
605   */
[128]606    bool nonbootable_backup;
[1]607
608  /**
609   * If TRUE, make the bootable CD use LILO/ELILO. If FALSE, use isolinux (the default).
610   */
[128]611    bool make_cd_use_lilo;
[1]612};
613
614
615
616/**
617 * A node in a directory structure.
618 * Its internals are managed by load_filelist() et al; you only need to keep track of the top node.
619 * @bug My understanding of this structure is horrendously incomplete. Could you please fill in the details?
620 */
[128]621struct s_node {
[1]622  /**
623   * The character this node contains.
624   */
[128]625    char ch;
[1]626
627  /**
628   * The node to the right of this one.
629   */
[128]630    struct s_node *right;
[1]631
632  /**
633   * The node below this one.
634   */
[128]635    struct s_node *down;
[1]636
637  /**
638   * If TRUE, then this node is selected (for restore, for example).
639   */
[128]640    bool selected;
[1]641
642  /**
643   * If TRUE, then we want to see the directories below this one.
644   */
[128]645    bool expanded;
[1]646};
647
648
649
650/**
651 * A structure to wrap a FIFO device for writing to a tape/CD stream.
652 * @bug Is this structure used (w/the move to a standalone @c buffer and all)?
653 */
654struct s_wrapfifo {
[128]655        /**
[1]656     * The device we write to or read from (a FIFO).
657     */
[128]658    char public_device[MAX_STR_LEN / 4];
[1]659
[128]660        /**
[1]661     * The actual device that data from the FIFO should be buffered and written to.
662     */
[128]663    char private_device[MAX_STR_LEN / 4];
[1]664
[128]665        /**
[1]666     * A buffer for holding data read from the FIFO.
667     */
[128]668    char internal_buffer_IN_fifo[MAX_STR_LEN / 4];
[1]669
[128]670        /**
[1]671     * A buffer for holding data to be written to the FIFO.
672     */
[128]673    char internal_buffer_OUT_fifo[MAX_STR_LEN / 4];
[1]674
[128]675        /**
[1]676     * If TRUE, then we're writing directly to the tape streamer; if FALSE, we're writing to the FIFO.
677     */
678    bool writing_to_private_device;
679};
680
681
682
683/**
684 * Information about one file.
685 * This is used as the "zeroth slice" of a biggiefile to be able to recreate
686 * its name, mode, owner, group, mtime, atime, and to be able to verify it in Compare Mode.
687 */
688struct s_filename_and_lstat_info {
[128]689        /**
[1]690     * The filename of the file this structure is describing.
691     */
692    char filename[MAX_STR_LEN];
693
[128]694        /**
[1]695     * The MD5 checksum (32 hex digits) of this file.
696     */
697    char checksum[64];
698
[128]699        /**
[1]700     * Unused; kept for backwards compatibility.
701     */
702    char for_backward_compatibility;
703
[128]704        /**
[1]705     * The stat buffer for this file.
706     * Generated with a call to <tt>lstat(&(struc->properties))</tt> where @p struc
707     * is the @p s_filename_and_lstat_info.
708     */
709    struct stat properties;
[296]710    bool use_ntfsprog;
[1]711};
712
713
714/**
715 * A file with associated severity if it differed in a verify or compare.
716 */
717struct s_filelist_entry {
[128]718        /**
[1]719     * The name of the file.
720     */
721    char filename[MAX_STR_LEN];
[128]722        /**
[1]723     * The severity if the file has changed between the backup and live filesystem.
724     * This is on a scale from 1 to 3, 3 being the most important. File patterns which cause
725     * a severity of 1 are:
726     * - /etc/adjtime
727     * - /etc/mtab
728     * - /var/lib/slocate
729     * - /var/lock
730     * - /var/log
731     * - /var/spool (except /var/spool/mail)
732     * - /var/run
733     * - *~
734     * - *.log
735     * - *cache*
736     * - other temporary or unimportant files
737     *
738     * File patterns which cause a severity of 2 are:
739     * - /var (except /var/lock, /var/log, /var/run, /var/spool)
740     * - /home
741     * - /root/.*
742     * - /var/lib (except /var/lib/slocate, /var/lib/rpm)
743     * - /var/spool/mail
744     *
745     * File patterns which cause a severity of 3 are:
746     * - /etc (except /etc/adjtime, /etc/mtab)
747     * - /root (except /root/.*)
748     * - /usr
749     * - /var/lib/rpm
750     * - Anything else not matched explicitly
751     *
752     * @see severity_of_difference
753     */
[128]754    int severity;
[1]755};
756
757
758/**
759 * A list of @c s_filelist_entry.
760 */
761struct s_filelist {
[128]762        /**
[1]763     * The number of entries in the list.
764     */
[128]765    int entries;
[1]766
[128]767        /**
[1]768     * The entries themselves, all @p entries of them.
769     */
770    struct s_filelist_entry el[ARBITRARY_MAXIMUM];
771};
772
773
774/**
775 * An entry in the tape catalog.
776 */
777struct s_tapecat_entry {
[128]778        /**
[1]779     * The type of archive it is (afioball, slice, or something else).
780     */
781    t_archtype type;
782
[128]783        /**
[1]784     * The filelist number or biggiefile (not slice!) number.
785     */
786    int number;
787
[128]788        /**
[1]789     * The slice number if it's a biggiefile.
790     */
791    long aux;
792
[128]793        /**
[1]794     * The tape position at the point this entry was added.
795     */
796    long long tape_posK;
797
[128]798        /**
[1]799     * The filename of the file cataloged here.
800     */
[128]801    char fname[MAX_TAPECAT_FNAME_LEN + 1];
[1]802};
803
804
805/**
806 * A tape catalog, made of a list of @p s_tapecat_entry.
807 */
808struct s_tapecatalog {
[128]809        /**
[1]810     * The number of entries in the tape catalog.
811     */
812    int entries;
813
[128]814        /**
[1]815     * The entries themselves, all @p entries of them.
816     */
817    struct s_tapecat_entry el[MAX_TAPECATALOG_ENTRIES];
818};
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