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    SubjectRe: [patch v3 1/1] md: Software Raid autodetect dev list not array
    Michael Evans wrote:
    > On 8/28/07, Randy Dunlap <> wrote:
    >> Michael Evans wrote:
    >>> On 8/28/07, Randy Dunlap <> wrote:
    >>>> Michael Evans wrote:
    >>>>> On 8/28/07, Bill Davidsen <> wrote:
    >>>>>> Michael Evans wrote:
    >>>>>>> Oh, I see. I forgot about the changelogs. I'd send out version 5
    >>>>>>> now, but I'm not sure what kernel version to make the patch against.
    >>>>>>> 2.6.23-rc4 is on and I don't see any git snapshots.
    >>>>>>> Additionally I never could tell what git tree was the 'mainline' as it
    >>>>>>> isn't labeled with such a keyword (at least in the list of git trees I
    >>>>>>> saw).
    >>>>>> I suspect you wait for 2.5.23 release, or send it to AKPM for inclusion
    >>>>>> in an "-mm" kernel. That's probably desirable, anyway.
    > Gentoo's mm-sources is version 2.6.23-rc3-mm1, which I'd guess is
    > close enough for an area like this. Given that I didn't need to make
    > any changes to the patch should I just submit it to the mm for testing
    > without rebooting in to an mm-sources kernel? I need to schedule when
    > I do that so it would take me overnight to do so.

    Yes, I think that you can go ahead with that, but it's up to the
    subsystem maintainers where/when it goes from there.

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