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SubjectRe: Compatibility issue with 2.2.19pre7
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Andrea Arcangeli writes:
> This patch looks fine w.r.t. alignment but given the below seems called
> at runtime (not just at mount time) for performance and to save a dozen of bytes
> of kernel stack it would probably better to use the nfs_fh structure in
> 2.2.19pre7 for the in-kernel representation and to define a new structure for
> userspace message passing (defined as the nfs_fh in 2.2.19pre6). But at least
> now we see _why_ it broke ;)

Ok, this ties up 100% with my suggestion number (1), so I'm happy. ;)
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