@@ -108,8 +108,8 @@ as follows:
refcount_block_entries = (cluster_size / sizeof(uint16_t))
- refcount_block_index = (offset / cluster_size) % refcount_table_entries
- refcount_table_index = (offset / cluster_size) / refcount_table_entries
+ refcount_block_index = (offset / cluster_size) % refcount_block_entries
+ refcount_table_index = (offset / cluster_size) / refcount_block_entries
refcount_block = load_cluster(refcount_table[refcount_table_index]);
@@ -211,7 +211,7 @@ switch the active L1 table, so that a different set of host clusters are
exposed to the guest.
When creating a snapshot, the L1 table should be copied and the refcount of all
-L2 tables and clusters reachable form this L1 table must be increased, so that
+L2 tables and clusters reachable from this L1 table must be increased, so that
a write causes a COW and isn't visible in other snapshots.
When loading a snapshot, bit 63 of all entries in the new active L1 table and