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SubjectRe: Problem in log_do_checkpoint()?
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Hi,

On Mon, 2005-04-11 at 12:36, Jan Kara wrote:

> > The prevention of multiple writes in this case should also improve
> > performance a little.
> >
> > That ought to be pretty straightforward, I think. The existing cases
> > where we remove buffers from a checkpoint shouldn't have to care about
> > which list_head we're removing from; those cases already handle buffers
> > in both states. It's only when doing the flush/wait that we have to
> > distinguish the two.
> Yes, AFAICS the changes should remain local to the checkpointing code
> (plus __unlink_buffer()). Should I write the patch or will you?

Feel free, but please let me know if you start. I'm doing a bit of
chasing of leaks and dealing with that O_SYNC thing for 2.4 right now,
but I'll get back to the checkpoint code after that if you haven't
started by then.

Cheers,
Stephen

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