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SubjectRe: [BK] ReiserFS changesets for 2.4 (performs writes more than 4k at a time)

On Tue, 10 Sep 2002, Oleg Drokin wrote:

> Hello!
> On Tue, Sep 10, 2002 at 11:09:38AM -0300, Marcelo Tosatti wrote:
> > > This patch should only go in if 2.4.20 is 3 weeks or more away,
> > > otherwise it should wait for the next pre1.
> > > It passes all of our testing, but it is the kind of code that is more
> > > likely than most to have elusive lurking bugs. It cannot be tested in
> > > 2.5 first because 2.5 is too broken at this particular moment. For the
> > > lkml readers let me say that it also should not go onto any distros
> > > without three weeks of testing.;-)
> > So lets wait for 2.4.21pre for this one.
> > We already have enough stuff to be tested on 2.4.20-pre for reiserfs.
> Please pick up at least the fixes from
> bk://
> I am removed everything related to reiserfs_file_write from there now, so you
> can just do a pull.

Huh, now that I released -pre6 _with_ this stuff by accident its too late.
Silly me.

Can you make me a tree which backouts the big write code please?

Will be releasing a -pre7 shortly due to that.

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