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    SubjectRe: [PATCH 0/6] writeback fixes and trace events
    On Wed 04-05-11 09:12:54, Ted Tso wrote:
    > On May 4, 2011, at 6:06 AM, Dave Chinner wrote:
    > > Does anyone actaully testing filesystems use the -mm tree? I'm
    > > pretty sure that no-one in the XFS world does, and I don't think
    > > that any ext4 or btrfs folk do, either....
    > I don't. I agree that it really would be great if there was a separate
    > git tree for the writeback changes, since that way it becomes possible to
    > test just the writeback changes, and not worry about other potential
    > stability problems introduced by changes in the -mm tree....
    OK. We'd still push changes to Linus via Andrew but have them also
    accumulated in that tree for testing. So we'd have a branch with changes
    sitting in -mm (likely to go to Linus in near future) and then possibly
    other branches with things brewing for people to try out. Does that make
    sense? I can setup that tree and maintain it. Or Fengguang, do you want
    to do it?


    Jan Kara <>
    SUSE Labs, CR

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