RE: Drive B-A and B-F commands
Date: 2001-10-15 08:33:09

Thanks for the information discuss.

64HDD writes all info to the image as each command /action is take. This
avoids many of the BAM update issues and ensure things like SPLAT files are
not created. Accordingly, I'll make sure that the B-A command 1) allocates
correctly (and reflects this to disk image BAM) and 2) responds with free
block info in the dirTrack.

Many thanks,


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