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SubjectRe: [PATCH] VFS bugfix: two read_inode() calles without clear_inode() call between
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> Why do you need to move it from prune_icache() to dispose_list()?
> For the hash list it's the right thing, but for sb_list it's not
> needed, is it?
Yes, it is not needed but harmless. I did it only because i_hash &
i_sb_list insertions/deletions always come in couple. So I decided move
them both, to be more consistent, to make code less complicated.

If you regard this hazardous I might split these removals. But IMHO, my
variant is a bit more pleasant.

> Retest, and resend.
Thanks.

I assume I don't need to notify Andrew about the inconsistency in the
old patch, or should I?

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Best Regards,
Artem B. Bityuckiy,
St.-Petersburg, Russia.

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