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SubjectRe: [PATCHSET 00/18] open-osd: OSD Initiator library for Linux
Andrew Morton wrote:
> On Tue, 04 Nov 2008 18:09:31 +0200
> Boaz Harrosh <> wrote:
>> Please consider for inclusion, an in-kernel OSD initiator
>> library. Its main users are planned to be various OSD based file
>> systems and the pNFS-Objects Layout Driver. (To be submitted soon)
>> To try out and run the library please visit
>> and follow the instructions there.
>> The submitted patchset is also available via git at:
>> git:// osd
>> Or a compact out-of-tree repository that includes sources
>> and some extras:
>> git:// master
>> ...
>> We would like this to sit in -mm tree for a while to make sure it is compilable
>> on all platform.
> The best way to do that is to include your git tree in linux-next. If
> this code has a probably-will-be-merged-in-2.6.29 status then please
> prepare a branch for Stephen to include in the linux-next lineup.

Thanks Andrew
I was thinking this code would eventually go into Linux-next threw
James tree. But thought if there was a way for some exposure, so to
give James some confidence in the code before he commits to it. But
this way it could be perfect, thanks.

Stephen Hi
I have just that branch ready it is:
git:// osd
Note the "osd" branch. Do I need to call it something special like
"linux-next"? (Give me 24 hours to fix all current comments)

Also one more question. This tree is based on latest scsi-misc-2.6.git,
Because it is destined to go threw James tree at the end. Do I need
to prepare a special tree based on Linus-latest?

Thanks in advance

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