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SubjectRe: [PATCH] Clean up refcounting on filesystems
Hi,

Rusty Russell wrote:

> This gets rid of the hacky module count reentry, by holding a
> reference count per mount, rather than per superblock. The additional
> field to struct vfsmount is slightly gratuitous, but nice and
> explicit. Minor collateral cleanups.

I hoped Al would answer, but so I have to ask again.
What are you trying to fix with this? AFAICT module init races are still
there, how do you want to fix them and how will this patch help?
Rusty, could I please, please, please (with sugar on top) get an answer
to any of my questions from you?

bye, Roman
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