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    SubjectRe: [RESEND/PATCH] ext[234]: Return -EIO not -ESTALE on directory traversal missing inode
    On Sat, Feb 14, 2009 at 11:53:48PM -0500, Bryan Donlan wrote:
    > > I'm dubious about unlikely() here; OTOH, penalizing the error case
    > > seems reasonable.
    > I can leave it without the unlikely(), as it was before, but as far as
    > I can tell, this should never happen under a non-corrupted, non-broken
    > hardware filesystem, so it seems like a reasonable annotation to me.

    You're right. I was looking at the wrong place in the source, and
    thought this could happen if the lookup failed; but yes, you're right,
    this case can only happen if the filesystem is corrupted or there is
    an I/O error.

    - Ted

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