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SubjectRe: Main things left in linux-next
On Wed, Jun 24, 2009 at 05:27:35PM +1000, Stephen Rothwell wrote:
> Hi All,
>
> $ git diff --shortstat -M stable..HEAD^
> 587 files changed, 27313 insertions(+), 12317 deletions(-)
>
> We seem to be going backwards :-( Yesterday's was:
> 556 files changed, 27596 insertions(+), 7123 deletions(-)
>
> $ git diff --dirstat -M stable..HEAD^
> 4.9% Documentation/powerpc/dts-bindings/
> 5.1% Documentation/powerpc/
> 3.0% Documentation/vm/
> 3.9% arch/sparc/
> 3.9% arch/x86/kvm/
> 4.4% arch/x86/
> 6.9% drivers/md/
> 4.7% drivers/misc/
> 9.8% drivers/staging/et131x/
> 4.3% drivers/staging/
> 6.6% drivers/usb/otg/
> 14.5% drivers/
> 5.5% include/linux/
> 12.6% mm/
>
> The main obvious things left are:
>
> SLQB from the slab tree
> an m68k update
> an ocfs2 update
> the reiserfs kill-the-bkl effort



Yeah, this one is not enough ready. I have yet
some cases in which performances are a bit less than
with the bkl, for example with only one thread writer.

So there is still a bit of work, I plan it for .32
You can remove it from next since it is based on a .30-rc
release. I will soon provide a rebased tree once -rc1 is released.


Thanks.



> an acpi update
> a kvm update
> some more cpumask work from the rr tree
> the writeback changes form the block tree
> a device-mapper update
> a battery tree update
> a leds tree update
> osdblk from the osd tree
> the new hwlat tree
> devtmpfs from the driver-core tree (hmmm?)
>
> Please do not shoot the messenger. :-)
> --
> Cheers,
> Stephen Rothwell sfr@canb.auug.org.au
> http://www.canb.auug.org.au/~sfr/





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