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SubjectRe: move gfs2 tracepoints to inclue/trace/events dir

* Christoph Hellwig <> wrote:

> On Fri, Oct 09, 2009 at 12:01:16PM -0400, Jason Baron wrote:
> > hi,
> >
> > I'd like to move the gfs2 tracepoints to the the common
> > include/trace/events directory along with all of the other trace events.
> > It makes understanding what tracepoints are available easier, and I see
> > no reason why gfs2 should be different. For example, 'ext4.h' is already
> > in the include/trace/events directory.
> Folks, no. Drivers and filesystems should be as self-contained as
> possible. include/trace/ is an extremly bad idea for everything
> that's not actually global kernel functionality. There's a reason all
> other fs headers have moved out of include/linux, too.

Tracing is special though - having global visibility of different
tracepoints in one place helps keeping the set of tracepoints more

Self-contained tracepoints are fine too, but only as a second-tier
choice for out-of-tree code or for subsystems that prefer that.


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