[stable] [patch 00/19] 2.6.17-stable review

[stable] [patch 00/19] 2.6.17-stable review

Post by Greg K » Thu, 12 Oct 2006 03:10:07



An all-in-one patch for this can be found at:
http://www.yqcomputer.com/
if anyone wants to test this out that way.

Also, this is probably going to be the last 2.6.17-stable release,
unless there is something major that we are missing here in this one.

thanks,

greg k-h
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1. [stable] Next 2.6.17-stable review cycle will be starting in about 24 hours

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Hi Neil,


this actually looks unclean to me. I thought the code duplication in
ext2 and ext3 was the price that you have to pay to avoid any layering
violation. I personally would like to see the upstream patch go into
-stable. However we don't have this upstream at the moment. So what
would you consider sending to Linus?

Regards

Marcel


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