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SubjectRe: Patch for inconsistent recording of block device statistics
On Wed, Mar 23 2005, Mark Seger wrote:
>
> >>re: your patch - I did try it on both an Operton and Xeon box. It
> >>worked find on the Opeteron and reported 0 for all the sectors on the
> >>Xeon. If nothing immediately jumps to your mind could it have been
> >>something I did wrong? I'll try another build after I send this along,
> >>but I don't see how that will help as I did the first one from a brand
> >>new source kit.
> >>
> >>
> >
> >Sounds very strange, it is generic code so should work for all.
> >Different storage?
> >
> >
> Works fine now. Obviously I screwed up something and just wanted to let
> you know it was cockpit error on my end.
> Is your plan to move this into some future kernel? Do you need anything
> more from me at this point?

Yes, I will make sure it gets committed. Thanks for your help so far.

--
Jens Axboe

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