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Re: [PATCH] re-remove xfs custom bitops

To: Donald Douwsma <donaldd@xxxxxxx>
Subject: Re: [PATCH] re-remove xfs custom bitops
From: Eric Sandeen <sandeen@xxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Thu, 10 Jul 2008 00:10:21 -0500
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Donald Douwsma wrote:
> Donald Douwsma wrote:
>> Eric Sandeen wrote:
>>> Donald Douwsma wrote:
>>>
>>>> First time round I hit an Oops on xfstests/177 while running the auto 
>>>> group
>>>> on ppc32. I dont seem to hit it running the single test, its 
>>>> intermittent.
>>> Funky.  Do you ever hit it w/ the patch reverted?
>> That's the question. So far no, the QA guys said they hit it a while
>> ago, but the time frame still matches last time. I dont think this
>> is related but I need to get some more ppc32 runs without.
>>
>> I'm probably being over cautious but I'd like to avoid the
>> inagain/outagain/inagain/outagain approach we keep using with
>> some of these cleanups.
>>
>> Don
>>
> 
> Ok I hit the Oops again last weekend without the patch.
> Which means I have a patch to checkin and another bug to fix Yea!
> 
> Dave, Eric said this should still be considered signed-off-by you,
> You ok with that?
> Eric, am I ok to add yours too since you kept this on the radar?

That's fine by me, thanks.

-Eric


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