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SubjectRe: [PATCH 00/11 v2] Push file_update_time() into .page_mkwrite
On Thu, Mar 01, 2012 at 12:41:34PM +0100, Jan Kara wrote:
> To fix the issue, this patch set changes page fault code to call
> file_update_time() only when ->page_mkwrite() callback is not provided. If the
> callback is provided, it is the responsibility of the filesystem to perform
> update of i_mtime / i_ctime if needed. We also push file_update_time() call
> to all existing ->page_mkwrite() implementations if the time update does not
> obviously happen by other means. If you know your filesystem does not need
> update of modification times in ->page_mkwrite() handler, please speak up and
> I'll drop the patch for your filesystem.

I don't know if this introductory text is going to be saved anywhere
permanent, such as the merge commit (since git now has the ability to
have much more informative merge descriptions). But if it is going to
be preserved, it might be worth mentioning that if the filesystem uses
block_page_mkpage(), it will handled automatically for them since the
patch series does push the call to file_update_time(0 into

- Ted

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