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Finding new ntstatus codes for Whistler.

I assume that Whistler has new NTSTATUS codes. Where can I find these
codes and their meanings? In particular, I am seeing an error 0xc00002ea.

thanks. - jb

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  • ntstatus.h should be your first line of attack.

    82 ERROR_CANNOT_MAKE <--> c00002ea STATUS_CANNOT_MAKE

    and it indicates that you tried to make a file in the root directory of
    a FAT12/16 disk, and there were not enough available directory entries.
    FAT12/16 roots are fixed size, usually formatted to 512 entries (32bytes
    per), and files with non-8.3 names take up at least two.

    FAT32 roots are real file chains.

    Prior to Whistler, FAT returned STATUS_DISK_FULL but the Win32
    ERROR_CANNOT_MAKE had existed since Win9x, and was used there exactly
    for this case. The new status code was created so we could start using
    it.

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    Subject: [ntfsd] Finding new ntstatus codes for Whistler.


    I assume that Whistler has new NTSTATUS codes. Where can I find these
    codes and their meanings? In particular, I am seeing an error
    0xc00002ea.

    thanks. - jb

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