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SubjectRe: [PATCH 04/16] GFS2: Daemons and address space operations
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On Mon, 2006-09-04 at 16:36 +0200, Jan Engelhardt wrote:
> >> >+ offset += (2*sizeof(__be64) - 1);
> >>
> >> >+#ifndef __LOPS_DOT_H__
> >> >+#define __LOPS_DOT_H__
> >>
> >> +struct gfs2_log_operations;
> >>
> >> Making sure every .h file would "compile" on its own, this also means #include
> >> <linux/list.h> for the below, f.ex..
> >>
> >Is this really a requirement? I suspect there are a fair few exception
> >to this over the kernel code.
>
> A requirement - not yet. I could not find my own post about it, but this
> one is a similar one two years earlier http://lkml.org/lkml/2004/6/15/90
>
Ok. I've had a go at that:
http://www.kernel.org/git/?p=linux/kernel/git/steve/gfs2-2.6.git;a=commitdiff;h=f2f7ba5237e2fe10ba3e328a4f728b9e1ff141da

> >> Maybe there should be at least one humna person listen in AUTHOR.
> >>
> >Ok, I'll get back to you on that one :-)
>
> Should have been "human" of course.
>
Yes, I'd realised that, its a question of which one to put in. Even
though I've been working on this for almost a year now, its still true
to say that Ken Preslan's code is more numerous than mine. So I'm not
sure that I should claim authorship for myself, on the other hand, if
this is a statement of where bug fixes should be sent, then I'm probably
as good a choice as any. There are of course a lot of other contributors
both from within Red Hat, and particularly since the review process
started, from outside Red Hat too.

> >Are you saying that they should all end in a , or that they should not,
> >or even just that it should be consistent?
>
> There seems to be no explicit CodingStyle rule at this point, so you are
> free to choose either. Just be consistent (like with the goto labels).
>
Ok, now fixed in:
http://www.kernel.org/git/?p=linux/kernel/git/steve/gfs2-2.6.git;a=commitdiff;h=ea67eedb211d3418fa62fe3477e0d19b2888225e

> >> >+++ b/fs/gfs2/ops_address.c
> >> >+ if (likely(file != &gfs2_internal_file_sentinal)) {
> >>
> >> The thing is usually called "sentinel". Alan might prove me wrong that both
> >> spelling variants are possible :-)
> >>
> >I think you are right, so I've changed it.
>
> http://dictionary.reference.com/search?q=sentinal&x=0&y=0
> W.W.W.W.W.
>
Yes, and my (rather small) treeware dictionary says likewise - its fixed
now anyway.

> >> >+static void stuck_releasepage(struct buffer_head *bh)
> >> >+{
> >> >+static unsigned limit = 0;
> >>
> >> Is this really ok to have?
> >>
> >I think so. I don't really care about the odd race here. All I want to
> >do is ensure that in the (very unlikely, I hope) situation of this
> >function being called, we don't land up generating huge amounts of
> >debugging information. Usually only the first message will have the
>
> There is printk_ratelimit() and SUBSYSTEM_ratelimit().
>
> >useful information in it, so this was just to ensure that we are not
> >flooded. I have made a slight change to it though. Let me know if you'd
> >like some further changes in this area.
>
>
> Jan Engelhardt

Hmm. I'm not sure that this would really be the right thing... what I
want is to limit the maximum number of times that this is triggered
rather than limiting the rate at which its triggered. I think thats a
subtle difference from the ratelimit functions,

Steve.


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