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SubjectRe: BUG at scsi_lib.c:1108 [Was: mmotm 2009-11-24-16-47 uploaded]
On 11/25/2009 11:13 PM, Neil Brown wrote:
> On Wed, 25 Nov 2009 21:22:57 +0100
> Jiri Slaby <> wrote:
>> It doesn't make sense at all. How can empty merge cause a regression?
>> And md/for-next doesn't produce the BUG.
> I've hit that situation before. Two separate changes in separate
> branches conspire to cause a problem.
> md/for-next contains code to handle barriers properly for all levels,
> not just RAID1.
> It is possible I got this wrong in some way, and some new sanity check
> in a separate branch is firing, or it is possible some other bug in
> barrier handling has been added and now that MD sends barriers, it is
> being triggered.
> What I did to find the actual offending patches is to got to one of the
> heads just before the merge, and cherry-pick all the patches from the
> other branch, and then bisect that.

cherry-pick is hard work.
Stand on the merge point and do:
git rebase -i HEAD^

That will cherry-pick all these for you in one easy command ;-)

> NeilBrown
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