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    SubjectRe: 2.3.30 linuxNFS import is broken (Screwed up NFS/RPC credentials)


    On Mon, 20 Dec 1999, Trond Myklebust wrote:

    > >>>>> H J Lu <hjl@valinux.com> writes:
    >
    > > Sorry for the delay. I just imported 2.3.30. There are many
    > > changes at the fs layer. As the result, the linux-2.3 tree is
    > > broken again. Trond, could you please take a look? I am
    > > planning to import 2.3.31-2.3.33 before I leave for vacation
    > > tomorrow, Dec. 21.
    >
    > Arrgh. Somebody has messed about with the API for readpage and
    > writepage, so that they no longer pass the file pointer!

    Damn! Could you tell me _where_ did they use it? write_one_page() still
    gets the struct file*, if that's what you are thinking about. readpage()
    and writepage() are _full_ _page_ accesses. Nothing to merge here, AFAICS.


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