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SubjectRe: [PATCH 0/7] BKL removal follow-up

On Wed 17-11-10 16:26:52, Arnd Bergmann wrote:
> It seems the v4l and udf code has been worked out now and patches
> to kill the BKL there are finally making it upstream.
> As promised, here are the patches I did since the kernel summit
> to turn off the BKL by default. Given that -rc2 is out now, I don't
> know how much of these you still want for 2.6.37, so just pick
> the ones you like and I'll send a pull request for the rest
> once the 2.6.38 merge window opens.
Just for info, UDF BKL removal patches seem to work fine but I want to
give them some final SMP testing on Monday before pushing them to -next.
I'm not sure how much people hurry with disabling the lock so if I should
push them ASAP or whether the next merge window is fine...

Jan Kara <>

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