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SubjectRe: Linux-2.4.5
On Sat, May 26, 2001 at 02:11:15PM -0400, Ben LaHaise wrote:
> No. It does not fix the deadlock. Neither does the patch you posted.

can you give a try if you can deadlock 2.4.5aa1 just in case, and post a
SYSRQ+T + system.map if it still deadlocks?

> But, if you're going to add a reserve pool for buffer heads and bounce
> pages, please do it with generic, not yet another special case hack.

The reserved pool for buffer heads is there since the first time I used
linux I think. I won't certainly object to convert all reserved pool to
an unified interface, as I'd like if all hashtables would be also sized
with an unified interface, but that's just a stylistic issue, at least
for 2.4 that's a very secondary object compared to people who can get
dealdocks during production.

Andrea
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