Yes, declaring int64_t as long long int solves the problem for 32 bits
I have submitted a patch.
> So I guess that the type int64_t should be a long long int.
>> It's probably an error, and it's definitely possible nobody has ever
>> noticed. There's only one interface that has any 64-bit ints in a data
>> structure (the health interface,) and even then it looks like that
>> particular structure isn't mapped to any requests or commands anyway. Does
>> everything look ok in the generated xdr functions?