The FsRtlAddLargeMcbEntry routine adds a new mapping to an existing map control block (MCB).
BOOLEAN FsRtlAddLargeMcbEntry( _In_ PLARGE_MCB OpaqueMcb, _In_ LONGLONG LargeVbn, _In_ LONGLONG LargeLbn, _In_ LONGLONG LargeSectorCount );
- OpaqueMcb [in]
Pointer to an initialized MCB structure.
- LargeVbn [in]
Starting virtual block number (VBN) of the new mapping run to be added to the MCB.
- LargeLbn [in]
Logical block number (LBN) to which LargeVbn is to be mapped.
- LargeSectorCount [in]
Number of sectors in the new mapping run.
FsRtlAddLargeMcbEntry returns TRUE if the new mapping was successfully added to the MCB, FALSE otherwise.
FsRtlAddLargeMcbEntry adds a new mapping to an existing map control block (MCB). File systems use MCB structures to map virtual block numbers (VBN) for a file to the corresponding logical block numbers (LBN) on disk.
Note The upper 32 bits of the LBN are ignored, but they must be set to zero. Only the lower 32 bits are used.
If a new mapping run to be added overlaps an existing mapping run, FsRtlAddLargeMcbEntry merges them into a single mapping run.
If a pool allocation failure occurs, FsRtlAddLargeMcbEntry raises a STATUS_INSUFFICIENT_RESOURCES exception. To gain control if this pool allocation failure occurs, the driver should wrap the call to FsRtlAddLargeMcbEntry in a try-except or try-finally statement.
Build date: 1/29/2014