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Subject[PATCH] cleanup reiserfs direct->indirect conversions

Hi guys,

This patch has been around since 2.4.0-test days, and was included in
2.4.5-ac14. It's big so I wanted to give it lots of testing time, but
I'm sure Alan is sick of updating around it (thanks alan ;-)

To keep old data from being corrupted by a crash,
reiserfs flushes newly unpacked tails before the transaction
that unpacked them commits. The old way involved locking pages
during transaction close, which really sucked.

This code replaces that with a private inode, puts the
conversion targets on its buffer list, and uses fsync_inode_buffers
to get them on disk.

It has the added bonus of dropping lock_kernel from reiserfs_commit_write
unless i_size has changed or O_SYNC is in use.

The patch is against 2.4.7-pre6, Linus please include:

diff -Nru a/fs/reiserfs/inode.c b/fs/reiserfs/inode.c
--- a/fs/reiserfs/inode.c Thu Jul 12 10:43:24 2001
+++ b/fs/reiserfs/inode.c Thu Jul 12 10:43:24 2001
@@ -44,7 +44,6 @@
windex = push_journal_writer("delete_inode") ;

reiserfs_delete_object (&th, inode);
- reiserfs_remove_page_from_flush_list(&th, inode) ;
pop_journal_writer(windex) ;
reiserfs_release_objectid (&th, inode->i_ino);

@@ -103,6 +102,11 @@
ih->u.ih_entry_count = cpu_to_le16 (entry_count);
}

+static void add_to_flushlist(struct inode *inode, struct buffer_head *bh) {
+ struct inode *jinode = &(SB_JOURNAL(inode->i_sb)->j_dummy_inode) ;
+
+ buffer_insert_inode_queue(bh, jinode) ;
+}

//
// FIXME: we might cache recently accessed indirect item (or at least
@@ -129,60 +133,6 @@
** --chris
*/

-/* people who call journal_begin with a page locked must call this
-** BEFORE calling journal_begin
-*/
-static int prevent_flush_page_lock(struct page *page,
- struct inode *inode) {
- struct reiserfs_page_list *pl ;
- struct super_block *s = inode->i_sb ;
- /* we don't care if the inode has a stale pointer from an old
- ** transaction
- */
- if(!page || inode->u.reiserfs_i.i_conversion_trans_id != SB_JOURNAL(s)->j_trans_id) {
- return 0 ;
- }
- pl = inode->u.reiserfs_i.i_converted_page ;
- if (pl && pl->page == page) {
- pl->do_not_lock = 1 ;
- }
- /* this last part is really important. The address space operations have
- ** the page locked before they call the journal functions. So it is possible
- ** for one process to be waiting in flush_pages_before_commit for a
- ** page, then for the process with the page locked to call journal_begin.
- **
- ** We'll deadlock because the process flushing pages will never notice
- ** the process with the page locked has called prevent_flush_page_lock.
- ** So, we wake up the page waiters, even though the page is still locked.
- ** The process waiting in flush_pages_before_commit must check the
- ** pl->do_not_lock flag, and stop trying to lock the page.
- */
- wake_up(&page->wait) ;
- return 0 ;
-
-}
-/* people who call journal_end with a page locked must call this
-** AFTER calling journal_end
-*/
-static int allow_flush_page_lock(struct page *page,
- struct inode *inode) {
-
- struct reiserfs_page_list *pl ;
- struct super_block *s = inode->i_sb ;
- /* we don't care if the inode has a stale pointer from an old
- ** transaction
- */
- if(!page || inode->u.reiserfs_i.i_conversion_trans_id != SB_JOURNAL(s)->j_trans_id) {
- return 0 ;
- }
- pl = inode->u.reiserfs_i.i_converted_page ;
- if (pl && pl->page == page) {
- pl->do_not_lock = 0 ;
- }
- return 0 ;
-
-}
-
/* If this page has a file tail in it, and
** it was read in by get_block_create_0, the page data is valid,
** but tail is still sitting in a direct item, and we can't write to
@@ -607,7 +557,6 @@
return -EIO;
}

- prevent_flush_page_lock(bh_result->b_page, inode) ;
inode->u.reiserfs_i.i_pack_on_close = 1 ;

windex = push_journal_writer("reiserfs_get_block") ;
@@ -693,7 +642,6 @@
if (transaction_started)
journal_end(&th, inode->i_sb, jbegin_count) ;

- allow_flush_page_lock(bh_result->b_page, inode) ;
unlock_kernel() ;

/* the item was found, so new blocks were not added to the file
@@ -794,8 +742,12 @@
/* we've converted the tail, so we must
** flush unbh before the transaction commits
*/
- reiserfs_add_page_to_flush_list(&th, inode, unbh) ;
- mark_buffer_dirty(unbh) ;
+ add_to_flushlist(inode, unbh) ;
+
+ /* mark it dirty now to prevent commit_write from adding
+ ** this buffer to the inode's dirty buffer list
+ */
+ __mark_buffer_dirty(unbh) ;

//inode->i_blocks += inode->i_sb->s_blocksize / 512;
//mark_tail_converted (inode);
@@ -887,7 +839,6 @@
journal_end(&th, inode->i_sb, jbegin_count) ;
}
pop_journal_writer(windex) ;
- allow_flush_page_lock(bh_result->b_page, inode) ;
unlock_kernel() ;
reiserfs_check_path(&path) ;
return retval;
@@ -1671,13 +1622,11 @@
** because the truncate might pack the item anyway
** (it will unmap bh if it packs).
*/
- prevent_flush_page_lock(page, p_s_inode) ;
journal_begin(&th, p_s_inode->i_sb, JOURNAL_PER_BALANCE_CNT * 2 ) ;
windex = push_journal_writer("reiserfs_vfs_truncate_file") ;
reiserfs_do_truncate (&th, p_s_inode, page, update_timestamps) ;
pop_journal_writer(windex) ;
journal_end(&th, p_s_inode->i_sb, JOURNAL_PER_BALANCE_CNT * 2 ) ;
- allow_flush_page_lock(page, p_s_inode) ;

if (page) {
length = offset & (blocksize - 1) ;
@@ -1719,7 +1668,6 @@

start_over:
lock_kernel() ;
- prevent_flush_page_lock(bh_result->b_page, inode) ;
journal_begin(&th, inode->i_sb, jbegin_count) ;

make_cpu_key(&key, inode, byte_offset, TYPE_ANY, 3) ;
@@ -1785,7 +1733,6 @@
out:
pathrelse(&path) ;
journal_end(&th, inode->i_sb, jbegin_count) ;
- allow_flush_page_lock(bh_result->b_page, inode) ;
unlock_kernel() ;

/* this is where we fill in holes in the file. */
@@ -1950,29 +1897,27 @@
return generic_block_bmap(as, block, reiserfs_bmap) ;
}

+static int reiserfs_commit_write(struct file *f, struct page *page,
+ unsigned from, unsigned to) {
+ struct inode *inode = page->mapping->host;
+ int ret ;

-static int reiserfs_commit_write(struct file *f, struct page *page,
- unsigned from, unsigned to) {
- struct inode *inode = page->mapping->host ;
- int ret ;
- struct reiserfs_transaction_handle th ;
-
reiserfs_wait_on_write_block(inode->i_sb) ;
- lock_kernel();
- prevent_flush_page_lock(page, inode) ;
ret = generic_commit_write(f, page, from, to) ;
+
/* we test for O_SYNC here so we can commit the transaction
** for any packed tails the file might have had
*/
if (f->f_flags & O_SYNC) {
+ struct reiserfs_transaction_handle th ;
+ lock_kernel() ;
journal_begin(&th, inode->i_sb, 1) ;
reiserfs_prepare_for_journal(inode->i_sb,
SB_BUFFER_WITH_SB(inode->i_sb), 1) ;
journal_mark_dirty(&th, inode->i_sb, SB_BUFFER_WITH_SB(inode->i_sb)) ;
journal_end_sync(&th, inode->i_sb, 1) ;
+ unlock_kernel() ;
}
- allow_flush_page_lock(page, inode) ;
- unlock_kernel();
return ret ;
}

diff -Nru a/fs/reiserfs/journal.c b/fs/reiserfs/journal.c
--- a/fs/reiserfs/journal.c Thu Jul 12 10:43:24 2001
+++ b/fs/reiserfs/journal.c Thu Jul 12 10:43:24 2001
@@ -114,11 +114,7 @@
static int reiserfs_clean_and_file_buffer(struct buffer_head *bh) {
if (bh) {
clear_bit(BH_Dirty, &bh->b_state) ;
-#if 0
- if (bh->b_list != BUF_CLEAN) {
- reiserfs_file_buffer(bh, BUF_CLEAN) ;
- }
-#endif
+ refile_buffer(bh) ;
}
return 0 ;
}
@@ -1889,6 +1885,7 @@
memset(journal_writers, 0, sizeof(char *) * 512) ; /* debug code */

INIT_LIST_HEAD(&SB_JOURNAL(p_s_sb)->j_bitmap_nodes) ;
+ INIT_LIST_HEAD(&(SB_JOURNAL(p_s_sb)->j_dummy_inode.i_dirty_buffers)) ;
reiserfs_allocate_list_bitmaps(p_s_sb, SB_JOURNAL(p_s_sb)->j_list_bitmap,
SB_BMAP_NR(p_s_sb)) ;
allocate_bitmap_nodes(p_s_sb) ;
@@ -2582,9 +2579,6 @@
** in the current trans
*/
mark_buffer_notjournal_dirty(cn->bh) ;
- if (!buffer_locked(cn->bh)) {
- reiserfs_clean_and_file_buffer(cn->bh) ;
- }
cleaned = 1 ;
atomic_dec(&(cn->bh->b_count)) ;
if (atomic_read(&(cn->bh->b_count)) < 0) {
@@ -2602,6 +2596,7 @@
}

if (bh) {
+ reiserfs_clean_and_file_buffer(bh) ;
atomic_dec(&(bh->b_count)) ; /* get_hash incs this */
if (atomic_read(&(bh->b_count)) < 0) {
printk("journal-2165: bh->b_count < 0\n") ;
@@ -2656,275 +2651,6 @@
}
}

-/*
- * Wait for a page to get unlocked.
- *
- * This must be called with the caller "holding" the page,
- * ie with increased "page->count" so that the page won't
- * go away during the wait..
- */
-static void ___reiserfs_wait_on_page(struct reiserfs_page_list *pl)
-{
- struct task_struct *tsk = current;
- struct page *page = pl->page ;
- DECLARE_WAITQUEUE(wait, tsk);
-
- add_wait_queue(&page->wait, &wait);
- do {
- block_sync_page(page);
- set_task_state(tsk, TASK_UNINTERRUPTIBLE);
- if (!PageLocked(page) || pl->do_not_lock)
- break;
- schedule();
- } while (PageLocked(page));
- tsk->state = TASK_RUNNING;
- remove_wait_queue(&page->wait, &wait);
-}
-
-/*
- * Get an exclusive lock on the page..
- * but, every time you get woken up, check the page to make sure
- * someone hasn't called a journal_begin with it locked.
- *
- * the page should always be locked when this returns
- *
- * returns 0 if you've got the page locked
- * returns 1 if it returns because someone else has called journal_begin
- * with the page locked
- * this is only useful to the code that flushes pages before a
- * commit. Do not export this hack. Ever.
- */
-static int reiserfs_try_lock_page(struct reiserfs_page_list *pl)
-{
- struct page *page = pl->page ;
- while (TryLockPage(page)) {
- if (pl->do_not_lock) {
- /* the page is locked, but we cannot have it */
- return 1 ;
- }
- ___reiserfs_wait_on_page(pl);
- }
- /* we have the page locked */
- return 0 ;
-}
-
-
-/*
-** This can only be called from do_journal_end.
-** it runs through the list things that need flushing before the
-** transaction can commit, and writes each of them to disk
-**
-*/
-
-static void flush_pages_before_commit(struct reiserfs_transaction_handle *th,
- struct super_block *p_s_sb) {
- struct reiserfs_page_list *pl = SB_JOURNAL(p_s_sb)->j_flush_pages ;
- struct reiserfs_page_list *pl_tmp ;
- struct buffer_head *bh, *head ;
- int count = 0 ;
-
- /* first write each dirty unlocked buffer in the list */
-
- while(pl) {
- /* ugly. journal_end can be called from get_block, which has a
- ** page locked. So, we have to check to see if pl->page is the page
- ** currently locked by the calling function, and if so, skip the
- ** lock
- */
- if (reiserfs_try_lock_page(pl)) {
- goto setup_next ;
- }
- if (!PageLocked(pl->page)) {
- BUG() ;
- }
- if (pl->page->buffers) {
- head = pl->page->buffers ;
- bh = head ;
- do {
- if (bh->b_blocknr == pl->blocknr && buffer_dirty(bh) &&
- !buffer_locked(bh) && buffer_uptodate(bh) ) {
- ll_rw_block(WRITE, 1, &bh) ;
- }
- bh = bh->b_this_page ;
- } while (bh != head) ;
- }
- if (!pl->do_not_lock) {
- UnlockPage(pl->page) ;
- }
-setup_next:
- pl = pl->next ;
- }
-
- /* now wait on them */
-
- pl = SB_JOURNAL(p_s_sb)->j_flush_pages ;
- while(pl) {
- if (reiserfs_try_lock_page(pl)) {
- goto remove_page ;
- }
- if (!PageLocked(pl->page)) {
- BUG() ;
- }
- if (pl->page->buffers) {
- head = pl->page->buffers ;
- bh = head ;
- do {
- if (bh->b_blocknr == pl->blocknr) {
- count++ ;
- wait_on_buffer(bh) ;
- if (!buffer_uptodate(bh)) {
- reiserfs_panic(p_s_sb, "journal-2443: flush_pages_before_commit, error writing block %lu\n", bh->b_blocknr) ;
- }
- }
- bh = bh->b_this_page ;
- } while (bh != head) ;
- }
- if (!pl->do_not_lock) {
- UnlockPage(pl->page) ;
- }
-remove_page:
- /* we've waited on the I/O, we can remove the page from the
- ** list, and free our pointer struct to it.
- */
- if (pl->prev) {
- pl->prev->next = pl->next ;
- }
- if (pl->next) {
- pl->next->prev = pl->prev ;
- }
- put_page(pl->page) ;
- pl_tmp = pl ;
- pl = pl->next ;
- reiserfs_kfree(pl_tmp, sizeof(struct reiserfs_page_list), p_s_sb) ;
- }
- SB_JOURNAL(p_s_sb)->j_flush_pages = NULL ;
-}
-
-/*
-** called when a indirect item is converted back into a tail.
-**
-** The reiserfs part of the inode stores enough information to find
-** our page_list struct in the flush list. We remove it from the list
-** and free the struct.
-**
-** Note, it is possible for this to happen:
-**
-** reiserfs_add_page_to_flush_list(inode)
-** transaction ends, list is flushed
-** reiserfs_remove_page_from_flush_list(inode)
-**
-** This would be bad because the page_list pointer in the inode is not
-** updated when the list is flushed, so we can't know if the pointer is
-** valid. So, in the inode, we also store the transaction id when the
-** page was added. If we are trying to remove something from an old
-** transaction, we just clear out the pointer in the inode and return.
-**
-** Normal case is to use the reiserfs_page_list pointer in the inode to
-** find and remove the page from the flush list.
-*/
-int reiserfs_remove_page_from_flush_list(struct reiserfs_transaction_handle *th,
- struct inode *inode) {
- struct reiserfs_page_list *pl ;
-
- /* was this conversion done in a previous transaction? If so, return */
- if (inode->u.reiserfs_i.i_conversion_trans_id < th->t_trans_id) {
- inode->u.reiserfs_i.i_converted_page = NULL ;
- inode->u.reiserfs_i.i_conversion_trans_id = 0 ;
- return 0 ;
- }
-
- /* remove the page_list struct from the list, release our hold on the
- ** page, and free the page_list struct
- */
- pl = inode->u.reiserfs_i.i_converted_page ;
- if (pl) {
- if (pl->next) {
- pl->next->prev = pl->prev ;
- }
- if (pl->prev) {
- pl->prev->next = pl->next ;
- }
- if (SB_JOURNAL(inode->i_sb)->j_flush_pages == pl) {
- SB_JOURNAL(inode->i_sb)->j_flush_pages = pl->next ;
- }
- put_page(pl->page) ;
- reiserfs_kfree(pl, sizeof(struct reiserfs_page_list), inode->i_sb) ;
- inode->u.reiserfs_i.i_converted_page = NULL ;
- inode->u.reiserfs_i.i_conversion_trans_id = 0 ;
- }
- return 0 ;
-}
-
-/*
-** Called after a direct to indirect transaction. The unformatted node
-** must be flushed to disk before the transaction commits, otherwise, we
-** risk losing the data from the direct item. This adds the page
-** containing the unformatted node to a list of pages that need flushing.
-**
-** it calls get_page(page), so the page won't disappear until we've
-** flushed or removed it from our list.
-**
-** pointers to the reiserfs_page_list struct are stored in the inode,
-** so this page can be quickly removed from the list after the tail is
-** converted back into a direct item.
-**
-** If we fail to find the memory for the reiserfs_page_list struct, we
-** just sync the page now. Not good, but safe.
-**
-** since this must be called with the page locked, we always set
-** the do_not_lock field in the page_list struct we allocate
-**
-*/
-int reiserfs_add_page_to_flush_list(struct reiserfs_transaction_handle *th,
- struct inode *inode,
- struct buffer_head *bh) {
- struct reiserfs_page_list *new_pl ;
-
-/* debugging use ONLY. Do not define this on data you care about. */
-#ifdef REISERFS_NO_FLUSH_AFTER_CONVERT
- return 0 ;
-#endif
-
- get_page(bh->b_page) ;
- new_pl = reiserfs_kmalloc(sizeof(struct reiserfs_page_list), GFP_NOFS,
- inode->i_sb) ;
- if (!new_pl) {
- put_page(bh->b_page) ;
- reiserfs_warning("journal-2480: forced to flush page, out of memory\n") ;
- ll_rw_block(WRITE, 1, &bh) ;
- wait_on_buffer(bh) ;
- if (!buffer_uptodate(bh)) {
- reiserfs_panic(inode->i_sb, "journal-2484: error writing buffer %lu to disk\n", bh->b_blocknr) ;
- }
- inode->u.reiserfs_i.i_converted_page = NULL ;
- return 0 ;
- }
-
- new_pl->page = bh->b_page ;
- new_pl->do_not_lock = 1 ;
- new_pl->blocknr = bh->b_blocknr ;
- new_pl->next = SB_JOURNAL(inode->i_sb)->j_flush_pages;
- if (new_pl->next) {
- new_pl->next->prev = new_pl ;
- }
- new_pl->prev = NULL ;
- SB_JOURNAL(inode->i_sb)->j_flush_pages = new_pl ;
-
- /* if we have numbers from an old transaction, zero the converted
- ** page, it has already been flushed and freed
- */
- if (inode->u.reiserfs_i.i_conversion_trans_id &&
- inode->u.reiserfs_i.i_conversion_trans_id < th->t_trans_id) {
- inode->u.reiserfs_i.i_converted_page = NULL ;
- }
- if (inode->u.reiserfs_i.i_converted_page) {
- reiserfs_panic(inode->i_sb, "journal-2501: inode already had a converted page\n") ;
- }
- inode->u.reiserfs_i.i_converted_page = new_pl ;
- inode->u.reiserfs_i.i_conversion_trans_id = th->t_trans_id ;
- return 0 ;
-}
-
/*
** long and ugly. If flush, will not return until all commit
** blocks and all real buffers in the trans are on disk.
@@ -3137,11 +2863,8 @@
jindex = (SB_JOURNAL_LIST_INDEX(p_s_sb) + 1) % JOURNAL_LIST_COUNT ;
SB_JOURNAL_LIST_INDEX(p_s_sb) = jindex ;

- /* make sure to flush any data converted from direct items to
- ** indirect items before allowing the commit blocks to reach the
- ** disk
- */
- flush_pages_before_commit(th, p_s_sb) ;
+ /* write any buffers that must hit disk before this commit is done */
+ fsync_inode_buffers(&(SB_JOURNAL(p_s_sb)->j_dummy_inode)) ;

/* honor the flush and async wishes from the caller */
if (flush) {
diff -Nru a/fs/reiserfs/stree.c b/fs/reiserfs/stree.c
--- a/fs/reiserfs/stree.c Thu Jul 12 10:43:24 2001
+++ b/fs/reiserfs/stree.c Thu Jul 12 10:43:24 2001
@@ -1192,13 +1192,21 @@
/* Search for the buffer in cache. */
p_s_un_bh = get_hash_table(p_s_sb->s_dev, *p_n_unfm_pointer, n_blk_size);

- if (p_s_un_bh && buffer_locked(p_s_un_bh)) {
- __wait_on_buffer(p_s_un_bh) ;
- if ( item_moved (&s_ih, p_s_path) ) {
- need_research = 1;
- brelse(p_s_un_bh) ;
- break ;
- }
+ if (p_s_un_bh) {
+ mark_buffer_clean(p_s_un_bh) ;
+ if (buffer_locked(p_s_un_bh)) {
+ __wait_on_buffer(p_s_un_bh) ;
+ }
+ /* even if the item moves, the block number of the
+ ** unformatted node we want to cut won't. So, it was
+ ** safe to clean the buffer here, this block _will_
+ ** get freed during this call to prepare_for_delete_or_cut
+ */
+ if ( item_moved (&s_ih, p_s_path) ) {
+ need_research = 1;
+ brelse(p_s_un_bh) ;
+ break ;
+ }
}
if ( p_s_un_bh && block_in_use (p_s_un_bh)) {
/* Block is locked or held more than by one holder and by
@@ -1243,30 +1251,7 @@
if ( item_moved (&s_ih, p_s_path) ) {
need_research = 1;
break ;
-#if 0
- reiserfs_prepare_for_journal(p_s_sb,
- PATH_PLAST_BUFFER(p_s_path),
- 1) ;
- if ( comp_items(&s_ih, p_s_path) ) {
- reiserfs_restore_prepared_buffer(p_s_sb,
- PATH_PLAST_BUFFER(p_s_path)) ;
- brelse(p_s_un_bh);
- break;
- }
- *p_n_unfm_pointer = 0;
- journal_mark_dirty (th,p_s_sb,PATH_PLAST_BUFFER(p_s_path));
-
- reiserfs_free_block(th, p_s_sb, block_addr);
- if (p_s_un_bh) {
- mark_buffer_clean (p_s_un_bh);
- brelse (p_s_un_bh);
- }
- if ( comp_items(&s_ih, p_s_path) ) {
- break ;
- }
-#endif
}
-
}

/* a trick. If the buffer has been logged, this
@@ -1793,11 +1778,11 @@

do_balance(&s_cut_balance, NULL, NULL, c_mode);
if ( n_is_inode_locked ) {
- /* we've converted from indirect to direct, we must remove
- ** ourselves from the list of pages that need flushing before
- ** this transaction can commit
+ /* we've done an indirect->direct conversion. when the data block
+ ** was freed, it was removed from the list of blocks that must
+ ** be flushed before the transaction commits, so we don't need to
+ ** deal with it here.
*/
- reiserfs_remove_page_from_flush_list(th, p_s_inode) ;
p_s_inode->u.reiserfs_i.i_pack_on_close = 0 ;
}
return n_ret_value;
diff -Nru a/include/linux/reiserfs_fs.h b/include/linux/reiserfs_fs.h
--- a/include/linux/reiserfs_fs.h Thu Jul 12 10:43:24 2001
+++ b/include/linux/reiserfs_fs.h Thu Jul 12 10:43:24 2001
@@ -1541,29 +1541,6 @@
__u32 j_mount_id ;
} ;

-/* these are used to keep flush pages that contain converted direct items.
-** if the page is not flushed before the transaction that converted it
-** is committed, we risk losing data
-**
-** note, while a page is in this list, its counter is incremented.
-*/
-struct reiserfs_page_list {
- struct reiserfs_page_list *next ;
- struct reiserfs_page_list *prev ;
- struct page *page ;
- unsigned long blocknr ; /* block number holding converted data */
-
- /* if a transaction writer has the page locked the flush_page_list
- ** function doesn't need to (and can't) get the lock while flushing
- ** the page. do_not_lock needs to be set by anyone who calls journal_end
- ** with a page lock held. They have to look in the inode and see
- ** if the inode has the page they have locked in the flush list.
- **
- ** this sucks.
- */
- int do_not_lock ;
-} ;
-
extern task_queue reiserfs_commit_thread_tq ;
extern wait_queue_head_t reiserfs_commit_thread_wait ;

diff -Nru a/include/linux/reiserfs_fs_i.h b/include/linux/reiserfs_fs_i.h
--- a/include/linux/reiserfs_fs_i.h Thu Jul 12 10:43:24 2001
+++ b/include/linux/reiserfs_fs_i.h Thu Jul 12 10:43:24 2001
@@ -3,11 +3,6 @@

#include <linux/list.h>

-/* these are used to keep track of the pages that need
-** flushing before the current transaction can commit
-*/
-struct reiserfs_page_list ;
-
struct reiserfs_inode_info {
__u32 i_key [4];/* key is still 4 32 bit integers */

@@ -21,21 +16,6 @@
int i_pack_on_close ; // file might need tail packing on close

__u32 i_first_direct_byte; // offset of first byte stored in direct item.
-
- /* pointer to the page that must be flushed before
- ** the current transaction can commit.
- **
- ** this pointer is only used when the tail is converted back into
- ** a direct item, or the file is deleted
- */
- struct reiserfs_page_list *i_converted_page ;
-
- /* we save the id of the transaction when we did the direct->indirect
- ** conversion. That allows us to flush the buffers to disk
- ** without having to update this inode to zero out the converted
- ** page variable
- */
- int i_conversion_trans_id ;

/* My guess is this contains the first
unused block of a sequence of
diff -Nru a/include/linux/reiserfs_fs_sb.h b/include/linux/reiserfs_fs_sb.h
--- a/include/linux/reiserfs_fs_sb.h Thu Jul 12 10:43:24 2001
+++ b/include/linux/reiserfs_fs_sb.h Thu Jul 12 10:43:24 2001
@@ -249,6 +249,7 @@
int j_free_bitmap_nodes ;
int j_used_bitmap_nodes ;
struct list_head j_bitmap_nodes ;
+ struct inode j_dummy_inode ;
struct reiserfs_list_bitmap j_list_bitmap[JOURNAL_NUM_BITMAPS] ; /* array of bitmaps to record the deleted blocks */
struct reiserfs_journal_list j_journal_list[JOURNAL_LIST_COUNT] ; /* array of all the journal lists */
struct reiserfs_journal_cnode *j_hash_table[JOURNAL_HASH_SIZE] ; /* hash table for real buffer heads in current trans */


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