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    SubjectRe: [PATCH v1 0/9] do not use s_dirt in ext4
    On Thu, 2012-03-22 at 09:35 -0400, Ted Ts'o wrote:
    > Just as a quick FYI, I tried applying your patch series on top of my
    > development tree, and ran into problems when I ran the regression test
    > (using xfstests). When I backed out your changes and reran, the tests
    > completed without any problems.

    Thanks Ted, I'll take a look at xfstests and run them next time before
    sending out v2.

    > I'm rerunning the tests since the first failure looks like it might
    > not be related to your patch series (and yet it went away once I
    > backed out your patch). The second failure however looks definitely
    > related to your changes. It looks like you don't wait to make sure
    > the workqueue is flushed out before the file system gets unmounted,
    > and that can lead to a panic.

    Hmm, I thought the whole DIO workqueue would be flushed so I do not have
    to do anything. I'll take a look.

    > Since we're already in the 3.3 has already been released, I suspect
    > this patch series will probably need to wait until the next merge
    > window. We might be able to pull in some of the obviously safe
    > patches, however.

    Sure, that's fine.

    But I wonder, since this is cross-FS story, where I need to first do
    small VFS change (export the variable), then change all file-systems,
    and then remove whole 's_dirt'/'write_supers()' stuff from VFS, how this
    would be handled?

    IMO, the best way would be to make everything go in via one single tree,
    granted I could get all the acks, do you feel like ext4 tree could be
    the one?

    Also, I am working on top of vanilla 3.3, do you prefer me to work with
    your tree instead? I guess this tree:


    but which branch?

    Best Regards,
    Artem Bityutskiy
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