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SubjectRe: [GIT PATCH] scsi bug fixes for 2.6.23-rc2
On Mon, Aug 13 2007, Jeff Garzik wrote:
> Jens Axboe wrote:
> >#for-akpm is usually only in very few -mm release anyway, so it's not
> >like it would have made much difference. We/you/I need to improve that,
> >certainly.
> >
> >Honestly, for bsg, it wasn't much of an issue. We had build problems
> >when bsg was merged which was unfortunate but got fixed quickly. Having
> >bsg in -mm would not have caused any testing of the driver in question
> >outside of what it already received, given the nature of it.
>
>
> That's just an excuse for what happened -- you made an end run around
> our test tree. Pretty please with sugar on it -- make sure changes show
> up in -mm.

It's not just an excuse, there are repeatably problems with getting the
block stuff pulled into -mm. Sometimes it's my problem, but not always.
Then I get a note saying that pulling was disabled due to merge
problems, usually right before -mmX goes out. So it misses that release.

With bsg it wasn't a huge issue imho, since it was in fairly good shape
and it the issue were mainly with integration. I do try to make sure
stuff gets tested, but I also know which stuff is more important to get
exposure and multi-user testing on. bsg wasn't one of those, it's just a
lowly driver.

--
Jens Axboe

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