[PATCH] Remove extra 0x in the %p formatting string
Timur I. Bakeyev
timur at freebsd.org
Thu May 10 16:51:35 UTC 2018
While analyzing debug logs of our customer, I've noticed strange looking
[2018/05/09 16:02:52.629315, 10, pid=907, effective(1001, 1001), real(0,
create_file: access_mask = 0x100080 file_attributes = 0x10, share_access
= 0x7, create_disposition = 0x1 create_options = 0x1 oplock_request = 0x0
private_flags = 0x0 root_dir_fid = 0x0, ea_list = 0x0x0, sd = 0x0x0, fname
That 0x0x0 puzzled me and short investigation showed that in few places we
use "0x%p" format string to represent buffer address in the debug logs. Man
page for *printf says:
p The void * pointer argument is printed in hexadecimal (as
by ‘%#x’ or ‘%#lx’).
I.e. the address will be already prefixed with the 0x, no need to
explicitly add it.
Here is a small patch.
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