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SubjectRe: [patch] wakeup_bdflush related fixes and nfsd optimizations for test10

On Sat, 11 Nov 2000, Ying Chen/Almaden/IBM wrote:
> This patch includes two sets of things against test10:
> First, there are several places where schedule() is called after
> wakeup_bdflush(1) is called. This is completely unnecessary

Fair enough.

> Second, (I have posted this to the kernel mailing list, but I forgot to cc
> to Linus.) I made some optimizations on racache in nfsd in test10.

..but this would need a lot more testing/feedback, especially from the nfs
client maintainers (I see that Neil Brown did some querying already, I
think more is in order).

Also, I'd _really_ like those lists to be real <linux/list.h> lists
instead of duplicating code.


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