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SubjectRe: [EXT4 set 4][PATCH 1/5] i_version:64 bit inode version
On Jul 03, 2007  10:24 -0400, Trond Myklebust wrote:
> It looks OK to me, but you might want to strip out the now redundant
> i_version updates in add_dirent_to_buf(), ext4_rmdir(), ext4_rename().

Agreed, and I thought we discussed that already on the ext4 list.

> I also have some questions about how this will affect the readdir code:
> unless I missed something, the filp->f_version is still unsigned long,
> so the comparisons and assignments in ext4_readdir()/ext4_dx_readdir()
> no longer make sense.

I don't see them as any worse than existing checks. For 32-bit systems
we only ever had a 32-bit in-memory version anyway so using only the
low 32 bits of i_version in f_version is no more racy than in the past.
For 64-bit systems using the full on-disk i_version is possible.

Cheers, Andreas
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Andreas Dilger
Principal Software Engineer
Cluster File Systems, Inc.

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