Marcelo Tosatti has released 2.4.24-pre1 saying, "the XFS filesystem has been merged [story]. This release contains mostly architecture specific updates." Also merged was Marcelo's patch restoring the OOM killer as a compile time option [story], disabled by default.
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From: Marcelo Tosatti [email blocked] To: linux-kernel Subject: Linux 2.4.24-pre1 Date: Wed, 10 Dec 2003 14:23:14 -0200 (BRST) Hi, Here goes 2.4.24-pre1... The XFS filesystem has been merged. This release contains mostly architecture specific updates. Summary of changes from v2.4.23 to v2.4.24-pre1 ============================================ <alex.williamson:hp.com>: o ia64: make hpzx1 fake pci device safer <aspicht:arkeia.com>: o ac97_plugin_ad1980 fixes <bjorn.helgaas:hp.com>: o ia64: Remove platform_pci_enable_device() machine vector and synchronize sba_iommu.c with 2.5. o ia64: Bail out of SBA init function if no IOC found. Avoids spurious (but harmless) "No IOC for PCI Bus 0000:00 in ACPI" messages when booting generic kernel on non-ZX1 hardware. o ia64: Clear corrected errors (CMCs and CPEs) in the kernel o ia64: The "HP_ZX1" kernel works on sx1000-based machines as well as zx1-based ones, so make the descriptions a little more generic. o ia64: add kmap_types.h to make crypto, etc compile. (This is just a dummy file from 2.6 and shouldn't ever be used.) o ia64: fix EFI memory map trimming o Cset exclude: [email blocked][helgaas]|ChangeSet|20031030215302|13517 o ia64: update default configs <cattelan:lupo.thebarn.com>: o Gone dmapi <cattelan:naboo.americas.sgi.com>: o [XFS] switch xfs to use linux imode flags internally <cattelan:naboo.eagan>: o Import changeset <galak:blarg.somerset.sps.mot.com>: o [SERIAL] Make the Startech & 16552D UART detection 'more correct' <iod00d:hp.com>: o ia64: put xor functions in .S file (backported from 2.6) <jsm:fc.hp.com>: o ia64: fix show_mem() panic <kolya:mit.edu>: o [NET]: Allow SOMAXCONN to be adjusted via sysctl <kyle:engsoc.carleton.ca>: o ia64: Don't print anything for unimplemented syscalls <marcelo:logos.cnet>: o Ernie Petrides: Readd exec_mmap() fastpath with correct locking o Readd the OOM killer as configurable option, defaulted to off <nathans:bruce.melbourne.sgi.com>: o [XFS] Remove some unused pagebuf source and header files o Fix utimes(2) and immutable/append-only files. Originally by Ethan Benson o Remove some unused macros and related comment from the XFS quota header o Add a process flag to identify a process performing a transaction o Support for delayed allocation. Used by XFS and backported from 2.6 o Provide a simple try-lock based dirty page flushing routine o Provide an iget variant without unlocking the inode and without the read_inode call (iget_locked). Used by XFS and backported from 2.6. o Export several kernel symbols used by the XFS filesystem o Add XFS documentation and incorporate XFS into the kernel build <pavlin:icir.org>: o [RTNETLINK]: Add RTPROT_XORP <pp:ee.oulu.fi>: o 2.4 lacks dummy SET_NETDEV_DEV <tes:sgi.com>: o [XFS] pv=892598; email@example.com; Change xlog_verify_iclog() to use idx as zero based instead <wessmith:sgi.com>: o [XFS] Work around gcc 2.96 bug in _lsn_cmp <xose:wanadoo.es>: o [TG3]: Add new device IDs Adam Radford: o 3ware driver update for 2.4.23-bk2 Arun Sharma: o ia64: MINSIGSTKSZ on ia32 o ia64: CONFIG_IA32_SUPPORT can only be static, not a module o ia64: make strace of ia32 processes work again o ia64: Don't mix user/kernel pointers in 32-bit stat/statfs emulation Ben Greear: o [VLAN]: Add GET_VLAN_REALDEV_NAME_CMD and GET_VLAN_VID_CMD Chris Mason: o From -aa tree: Fix end_buffer_io_kiobuf() locking Chuck Lever: o Make readahead last page of file David Hinds: o update/bugfix for pcnet_cs driver David Mosberger: o ia64: In <asm-ia64/param.h>, do not include <linux/config.h> outside the #ifdef __KERNEL__ bracket. Doing so pollutes the user- level namespace. Bug report & proposed fix by GOTO Masanori. o ia64: Control /proc/bus/mckinley/zx1 via separate SBA_PROC_FS macro and turn SBA_PROC_FS off by default (it's too much of a scalability bottleneck). o ia64: Mark access_ok() as likely to succeed (as is done in x86 tree) o ia64: Fix efi_mem_type() and efi_mem_attributes() to avoid potential underflows. In my case, the underflows occurred with the first memory descriptor which got trimmed down to a size of 0. o ia64: Fix a alternate-signal-stack bug which could corrupt RNaT bits when bspstore happened to point to an RNaT-slot. o ia64: Fix a bug in sigtramp() which corrupted ar.rnat when unwinding across a signal trampoline (in user space). Reported by Laurent Morichetti. David S. Miller: o [TCP]: Put Alexey's -EAGAIN change back in with Linus's fix on top o [NETLINK]: Initialize nl_pad in getname and recvmsg, noticed by Uli Drepper o [PACKET]: In packet_recvmsg(), test correct flags for MSG_TRUNC handling o [PACKET]: Revert MSG_TRUNC change, the original behavior was intentional o [NET]: In sock_queue_rcv_skb(), do not deref skb->len after it is queued to the socket o [PPPOE]: Do not leak SKB if sock_queue_rcv_skb() fails o [ECONET]: Do not leak SKBs if ec_queue_packet() fails o [SPARC64]: Fix non-modular build of FFB drm driver o [VLAN]: Kill build warning due to missing declarations o [TG3]: Do not drop existing GRC_MODE_HOST_STACKUP when writing to GRC_MODE o [TG3]: Do not set RX_MODE_KEEP_VLAN_TAG when ASF is enabled o [TG3]: Clear on-chip stats/status block after resetting flow-through queues o [TG3]: Update version and release date o [TG3]: Update to latest non-5705 TSO firmware o [SPARC]: Add CONFIG_OOM_KILLER entries David Stevens: o [IPV6]: Fix UDP socket selection for multicast o [IPV6]: Fix milliseconds to jiffies conversion in multicast code o [IPV6]: In multicast code, set MAF_TIMER_RUNNING when timer is set o [IPV6]: In igmp6_group_queried, fix address check to comply with RFC2710 Dean Roehrich: o [XFS] fix some ia64 warnings in dmapi_xfs.c o [XFS] Change dm_send_namesp_event to take vnode ptrs rather than bhv ptrs o [XFS] Change dm_send_mount_event to use vnode ptrs rather than bhv ptrs o [XFS] Change dm_send_destroy_event to use vnode ptrs rather than bhv ptrs o [XFS] Make dm_send_data_event use vp rather than bhv o [XFS] Implement dm_get_bulkall o [XFS] Remove duplicate FILP_DELAY_FLAG macro o [XFS] dm_path_to_handle returns errnos with sign flipped Eric Sandeen: o [XFS] Re-work xfs stats macros to support per-cpu data o [XFS] remove doubly-included header files o [XFS] Re-work pagebuf stats macros to help support per-cpu data o [XFS] Update sysctls - use ints, not ulongs, and show pagebuf values in jiffies like everybody else o [XFS] Allow full 32 bits in sector number when XFS_BIG_BLKNOS not set o [XFS] Add a stack trace to _xfs_force_shutdown o [XFS] Fix test for large sector_t when finding max file offset o [XFS] Use i_size_read/i_size_write semantics from 2.6 kernel to reduce 2.4/2.6 differences in xfs o [XFS] Use buffer head flag set/clear routines as in 2.6 kernel to reduce 2.4/2.6 differences in xfs o [XFS] Remove a nested transaction in xfs_dm_punch_hole o [XFS] BH_Sync added in 2.4.22, put an #ifdef in for now so this still works on older kernels. o [XFS] Fix a few sysctls - values are all ints, but sysctl table was setting up for longs. o [XFS] Fix the pb stats clear handler, value is int but handler was using ulong Geert Uytterhoeven: o [NET]: Fix atm/br2684 build with procfs disabled o Atyfb on Mach64 GX or Atari o 2.4.23 ext3 warning o M68k RMW accesses o Zorro include guard o M68k cache mode o Mac ADB IOP fix o M68k symbol exports o Mac89x0 Ethernet o Mac ESP SCSI setup o Macfb setup o Mac ADB o ncr53c7xx SCSI o Amiga debug fix o Amiga Gayle E-Matrix 530 IDE o Amiga NCR53c710 SCSI o Mac II VIA o M68k asm/system.h o M68k extern inline o M68k Documentation o Amiga Buddha/CatWeasel IDE o NCR53C9x SCSI inline o Genrtc warning o Mac SCSI o Mac extern o Amiga Gayle IDE cleanup o MAINTAINERS vger.rutgers.edu Glen Overby: o [XFS] A problem was found with the debug code in xlog_state_do_callback. At the end of processing all log buffers that can be processed, there is a (debug only) double-check to make sure that log buffers with completed I/O don't get marooned when the function completes. The check only needs to go to the first buffer that will cause an I/O completion, that has not completed. The loop doesn't stop a WANT_SYNC state buffer is found, but it should. o [XFS] xfs_dir2_node_addname_int had reminants of an old block placement algorithm in it. The old algorithm appeared to look for the first place to put a new data block, and thus a new freespace block (this is where the 'foundindex' variable came from). However, new space in a directory is always added at the lowest file offset as determined by the extent list. So this stuff is never used. Harald Welte: o [NETFILTER]: Fix ip_queue_maxlen sysctl o [NETFILTER]: Kill extraneous memset()s in nat/conntrack TFTP code o [NETFILTER]: Fix ipchains MASQUERADE oops o [IPV6]: Do not bypass netfilter for MLD/IGMP messages Herbert Xu: o [SCTP]: Fix sm.h/sctp.h header include loop Hideaki Yoshifuji: o [CRYPTO]: crypto_alg_lookup() should fail when passed a NULL name Jesse Barnes: o ia64: protect PAL mapping printk with EFI_DEBUG John Stultz: o Always make TSC available via get_cycles() when TSC is present Jozsef Kadlecsik: o [NETFILTER]: Use list macros instead of reimplementation o [NETFILTER]: Avoid order n^2 lookup of whole conntrack hash in ip_ct_selective_cleanup() Keith Owens: o ia64: fix offsets.h generation bootstrap problem o ia64: mca_asm.h documentation fixes o ia64: Trivial fixes for correct field type in formats. prfunc_t does not include attribute format so gcc does not pick these up automatically. o ia64: salinfo.c cleanup and race removal o ia64: print header from INIT records o ia64: fix comment typo (sal.h) o ia64: Clean up kernel salinfo state checking o ia64: Add the ability for user space salinfo to ask kernel salinfo and/or the prom to decode the oem data sections of SAL records. o ia64: Update PAL_MC_ERROR_INFO structures for SDM 2.1 o ia64: sync salinfo.c with 2.6 (suser -> capable, use standard macros) Khalid Aziz: o ia64: do_settimeofday: fix compensation for lost ticks Kochi Takayoshi: o ia64: initialize bootmem later, since acpi_table_init() doesn't need it o ia64: don't access per-CPU data of off-line CPUs Krishna Kumar: o [IPV6]: Fix ref count bug in MLDv2, test idec->dead instead of IFF_UP Linus Torvalds: o Fix x86 kernel page fault error codes Matt Domsch: o EDD: read disk80 MBR signature, export through edd module o EDD: s/DISKSIG_BUFFER/DISK80_SIG_BUFFER so it compiles Matthew Wilcox: o Remove broken file lock accounting Mikael Pettersson: o fix some DRM43 warnings o fix reboot/no_idt bug Mikael Starvik: o CRIS architecture update Mikulas Patocka: o from -aa tree: Fix potential fsync() race condition Nathan Scott: o [XFS] Fix up the default ACL inherit case, in the presence of failure during applying the default ACL (eg. from ENOSPC) o [XFS] Fix a compiler warning, sync_fs returns a value o [XFS] Fix a race condition in async pagebuf IO completion, by moving blk queue manipulation down into pagebuf. Fix some busted comments in page_buf.h, use a more descriptive name for __pagebuf_iorequest o [XFS] Use the rounded down size value for all growfs calculations, else the last AG can be updated incorrectly o [XFS] Fix a harmless typo - we were using a pagebuf flag not a bmap flag here; fortunately they have the same value (2) o [XFS] Tweak last dabuf fix, suggested by Steve, no longer uses bitfields but uchars instead o [XFS] Fix a case where we could issue an unwritten extent buffer for IO without it being locked - an instant BUG trigger in the block layer o [XFS] Alternate, cleaner fix for the ENOSPC/ACL lookup problem o [XFS] Automatically set logbsize for larger stripe units o [XFS] Add inode64 mount option; fix case where growfs can push 32 bit inodes into 64 bit space accidentally - both changes originally from IRIX o [XFS] Fix races between O_DIRECT and fcntl with F_SETFL flag on the XFS IO path o [XFS] DMAPI changes required by direct IO/fcntl setfl interaction races o [XFS] Separate the big filesystems macro out into separate big inums and blknos macros. Also fix the check for too-large filesystems in the process o [XFS] Undo last mod, checked in against wrong bug number with wrong change message o [XFS] Separate the big filesystems macro out into separate big inums and blknos macros; fix the check for too-large filesystems in the process o [XFS] Implement several additional inode flags - immutable, append-only, etc; contributed by Ethan Benson o [XFS] Some tweaks to the additional inode flags, suggested by Ethan o [XFS] Accidentally switched some debug code off, reenable it o [XFS] Allow syncing the types header up more easily with userspace o [XFS] Make debug code _exactly_ how it used to be to save on tree merging o [XFS] Change writepage code so that we mark a page uptodate if all of its buffers are uptodate, and we are not doing a partial page write o [XFS] Remove xfs_attr_fetch.c - the one routine was a copy of another, so instead of fixing a bug in two places I merged the two routines o [XFS] Use the same name for a function here as in the 2.5/2.6 tree o [XFS] Use xfs_dev_t size rather than dev_t size in xfs_attr_fork initialization o [XFS] Rename _inode_init_once to __inode_init_once to follow the kernel naming convention a bit more closely o [XFS] Fix a broken interaction between a buffered read into an unwritten extent and a direct write o [XFS] Clean up inode revalidation code slightly o [XFS] Fix up pointers in diagnostics, print using %p not %x for 64 bit platforms o [XFS] Rename pagebuf debug option (ie. pagebuf tracing) into a generic XFS tracing option for the other XFS trace code to use too (once fixed) o [XFS] Fix compiler warning after change to xfs_ioctl interface o [XFS] Use an xfs_ino_t to hold the result of inode extraction from a handle, not a possibly 32-bit number o [XFS] final round of code cleanup, now using 3-clause-bsd in these headers o [XFS] Fix inode btree lookup code precision problem with large allocation groups o [XFS] Add some IO path tracing, move inval_cached_pages to a better home to help o [XFS] Fix ktrace code - dont build unilaterally, and do earlier init for pagebuf use o [XFS] Fix log tracing code so it is independent of DEBUG like other traces o [XFS] Add back xfsidbg tracing code, remove ktrace<->debug dependency o [XFS] Fix build fallout from reordering xfsidbg headers for tracing fixes o [XFS] Rename the vnode tracing macro to be consistent with the other trace code o [XFS] Enable tracing in the quota code if requested o [XFS] Fix exports for tracing symbol access in idbg code o [XFS] When tracing extended attribute calls, only access the buffer when it exists o [XFS] Fix build with tracing enabled, couple of portability macros, move externs into headers o [XFS] Enable the tracing options in XFS Makefiles o [XFS] Fix compile warning on 64 bit platforms o [XFS] Fix compiler warning when building on 2.4.21 kernels o [XFS] Dont build objects which are not linked into the kernel ever o [XFS] Dump the pagebuf locked field for debugging purposes o [XFS] Fix warnings when tracing enabled on 64 bit platforms o [XFS] Fix pagebuf page locking problems for blocksizes smaller than the pagesize o [XFS] Fix a supplemental issue introduced by the last small blocksize locking fix; this would manifest itself as a second unlock_page call on an already unlocked page o [XFS] Fix a deadlock while writing when low on free space o [XFS] Remove some spurious 2.4/2.6 differences in support code o [XFS] Fix sign on a pagebuf error variable, backport from 2.6 tree o [XFS] Fix an infinite writepage loop under a combination of low free space, and racing write/unlink calls to the same file o [XFS] Enable pagebuf lock tracking via debug o [XFS] Backport a couple of debugging changes from the 2.6 code base o [XFS] Backport minor 2.6 changes to the iomap interface to keep code more in sync o [XFS] Backport an unmerged bug fix from the 2.6 code base - if probe_unmapped_page fails while walking down the unmapped page list, do not attempt to probe the last page as well just return o [XFS] Backport an unmerged bug fix from the 2.6 code base - only submit a convert_page page for IO if startio is set o [XFS] Backport some trivial changes from the 2.6 code base - page uptodate flag macro name changes o [XFS] Move Linux-version specific code out of xfs_iomap.c so that it can become part of the XFS core code o [XFS] Seperate the NFS reference cache code out from xfs_rw.c to simplify management of different kernel versions o [XFS] Remove assertion that we do not hold a lock - no lock ownership state available o [XFS] Merge page_buf_locking routines in with the rest of page_buf o [XFS] Change pagebuf to use the same ktrace implementation as XFS, instead of reinventing that wheel o [XFS] Trivial/whitespace changes to sync up different trees a bit o [XFS] Switch to using the BSD qsort implementation o [XFS] Fix a build error in some debug code o [XFS] Fix build fallout from refcache reorganisation o [XFS] Move the stack trace wrapper into a kernel-version-specific location o [XFS] Switch from using dev_t to xfs_buftarg_t for representing the devices underneath XFS o [XFS] Merge find_next_zero_bit casting fixes back from 2.6 code o [XFS] Use iomap abstraction consistently o [XFS] Abstract sendfile operation out, supporting multiple kernels more easily o [XFS] Use xfs_statfs type to statfs operation, to support multiple kernels more easily o [XFS] Switch debug quota code to use xfs_buftarg interface instead of dev_t o [XFS] Abstract out the current_time interface use from quota to support multiple kernel versions o [XFS] Fix some incorrect debug code after buftarg changes o [XFS] Use a kmem shaking interface for 2.4 which is much more like the 2.6 one o [XFS] Convert to revised kmem shake interface o [XFS] Update the way we hook into the generic direct IO code so we share more code. This means we no longer need to dup remove_suid within xfs_write_clear_setuid o [XFS] Add the noikeep mount option, make ikeep the default for now o [XFS] Use vnode timespec modifiers for atime/mtime/ctime, keeps last code hunk in sync o [XFS] Prevent log ktrace code from sleeping in an invalid context o [XFS] Fix comment in xfs_rename.c Neil Brown: o Make root a special case for per-user process limits o Honour SUN NFSv2 hack for "set times to server time o Drop module count if lockd reclaimer thread failed to start Patrick McHardy: o [NET SCHED]: Adjust qlen when grafting in multiple qdiscs o [NET SCHED]: Reset q.qlen in tbf_reset instead of purging an unused queue o [NET SCHED]: Fix queue limits in multiple qdiscs o [NETFILTER]: Fix various issues with the amanda conntrack+NAT helpers o [NETFILTER]: Fix expectation evict order o [NETFILTER]: Export conntrack bucket count via read-only sysctl Ralf BÃ¤chle: o MIPS Configure.help updates o Update MIPS MAINTAINERS entries o Update generic MIPS code o mips64 updates o AMD Alchemy updates o Remove support for compressed EV-64120 kernels o Add support for Momentum Ocelot C and Jaguar ATX o Add VINO and Indycam drivers o Update SGI IP22 support o Update RM200 C support o Update support for Lasat boards o Update for NEC VR41xx systems o Update TX4927 code o MIPS char driver update o Update Origin code o MIPS video driver updates o Update Atlas, Malta and SEAD boards o Update sgiwd93 driver o Sibyte updates o Update JMR3927 support o SGI I2C driver o NEC DDB updates o ITE updates o Galileo boards o DEC updates o Update Jazz o Update HP Laserjet o Update Ocelot defconfig o Update Cobalt defconfig file o Update Philips Nino defconfig o ARC library updates o Update NEC Osprey defconfig o Add GT-064011/GT-64111 PCI ID o Fix VRc5477 remove method declaration o Add two new NEC PCI IDs o Probe SGI partitions earlier o Add Pete Popov to CREDITS o Add IP22 parallel port driver o New PCMCIA drivers o Include <asm/system.h> into spinlock.h o Add more MIPS bits in <linux/elf.h> o MIPS ioaddr_t is 32-bit o Remove remaining drivers/sgi bits o Cleanup lk201-map.c o No stone-age compat stuff for MIPS o Supply default values to rtc.c o Misc MIPS video bits o MIPS network driver updates Russell Cattelan: o [XFS] Fix some inconsistent types o [XFS] Rework pagebuf_delwri_flush to be list safe o [XFS] Fix one more fsid_t type o [XFS] Clean up fsid_t abuses in dmapi o [XFS] Since we now have embeding trees and XFS has to support LBS which typically 1 version back from the XFS TOT tree add support for 2.4.22 with and #if KERNEL_VERSION o [XFS] Fix from Christoph o [XFS] IRIX sets KM_SLEEP to 0 but the support routines sets KM_SLEEP to 1 o [XFS] Fix remount,ro path o [XFS] move the iomap data structures out of pagebuf o [XFS] Add new file ... missed in orginal checkin Rusty Russell: o [NETFILTER]: Do not flush MASQ if IP did not change Stephen Hemminger: o [NETFILTER]: Trivial -- Get rid of warnings in netfilter if /proc is not configured on Stephen Lord: o [XFS] do not put 0x in front of a decimal number, its confusing o [XFS] fix up xfs_lowbit's use of ffs o [XFS] fix build for gcc 3.2 o [XFS] Make xfs_ichgtime call mark_inode_dirty_sync instead of mark_inode_dirty makes the just the inode look dirty, and not the inode and the data. o [XFS] remove an impossible code path from mkdir and link paths, spotted by Al Viro. o [XFS] Switch pagebuf hashing to be based on the block_device address rather than the dev_t. Should give better distribution. o [XFS] remove dead function xfs_trans_iput o [XFS] Close some holes in the metadata flush logic used during unmount, make sure we have no pending I/O completion calls for metadata, and that we only keep hold of metadata buffers for I/O completion if we want to. Still not perfect, but better than it was. o [XFS] When calculating the number of pages to probe for an unwritten extent, use the size of the extent, not the page count of the pagebuf which is initialized to zero. o [XFS] Rework how xfs and the linux generic I/O code interoperate again to deal with deadlock issues between the i_sem and i_alloc_sem and the xfs IO lock. o [XFS] move unwritten extent conversion for O_DIRECT into the write thread and out of the I/O completion threads. This scales better. o [XFS] Code cleanup o [XFS] small cleanup o [XFS] fix the previous change which compiled by fluke, the conditional use of the i_alloc_sem was wrong. No actual change in the generated code for 2.4.22, there will be for older kernels though. o [XFS] fix up error unlock paths in xfs_write o [XFS] Implement deletion of inode clusters in XFS o [XFS] cleanup uio use some more o [XFS] remove FINVIS from xfs, instead use a seperate file ops vector for files which are opened for invisible I/O. Steven Cole: o 2.4.23 update Documentation/Changes for quota-tools StÃ©phane Eranian: o ia64: perfmon-1 inheritance bugfix Tom Rini: o PPC32: Convert all bootwrappers that use OpenFirmware to use the same code o PPC32: Allow for the commandline to be pulled from OF on PReP o PPC32: Backport some warning fixes to arch/ppc/boot/prep/vreset.c o PPC32: Finish support for pinning TLB entries on MPC8xx o PPC32: Workaround some errata on the MPC74xx line o PPC32: Updates for the IBM 750FX processor o PPC32: Don't fudge the MAC address on EP8260's o PPC32: Add a cputable entry for the Motorola MPC8280 o PPC32: gcc-3.4 build fixes from Olaf Hering [email blocked] o PPC32: Print the correct ammount of memory not covered by BATs o PPC32: Update an errata on the MPC745x line o Fix PPC compilation Tony Luck: o ia64: infinite loop in ia64_mca_wakeup_ipi_wait o ia64: fix register numbers in MCA save/restore o ia64: Another MCA fix Ville Nuorvala: o [IPV6]: Verify nlmsg_len in rt6_dump_route() William Lee Irwin III: o Fixup smb_boot_cpus(): Fix HT detection bug o out_of_memory() locking o fix 2.4 BLK_BOUNCE_ANY
From: Mike Fedyk [email blocked] Subject: Accept ReiserFS Data Logging? was: Linux 2.4.24-pre1 Date: Wed, 10 Dec 2003 13:47:27 -0800 On Wed, Dec 10, 2003 at 02:23:14PM -0200, Marcelo Tosatti wrote: > > Hi, > > Here goes 2.4.24-pre1... > > The XFS filesystem has been merged. > > This release contains mostly architecture specific updates. Will you accept the data-logging patches for reiserfs3 from suse in this release if it is submitted? Don't forget that the OOM killer has been added as an option (defaulting to off :)
From: Marcelo Tosatti <firstname.lastname@example.org> Subject: Re: Accept ReiserFS Data Logging? was: Linux 2.4.24-pre1 Date: Thu, 11 Dec 2003 10:18:08 -0200 (BRST) On Wed, 10 Dec 2003, Mike Fedyk wrote: > > Will you accept the data-logging patches for reiserfs3 from suse in this > release if it is submitted ? Its up to the reiserfs people.
From: Hans Reiser [email blocked] Subject: Re: Accept ReiserFS Data Logging? was: Linux 2.4.24-pre1 Date: Thu, 11 Dec 2003 15:38:09 +0300 I will approve it once Chris tells me it is ready. (Especially since I asked him for the patch port....;-) ) -- Hans