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Re: XFS status update for November 2011

To: Christoph Hellwig <hch@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Subject: Re: XFS status update for November 2011
From: Sedat Dilek <sedat.dilek@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Mon, 12 Dec 2011 15:52:17 +0100
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November or December?

- Sedat -

On Mon, Dec 12, 2011 at 3:49 PM, Christoph Hellwig <hch@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> November saw stabilization of the Linux 3.2 release candidates, including
> a few fixes for XFS.  In addition a lot of bug fixes were backported to
> the 3.0 long term stable and 3.1-stable releases for users not on
> bleeding edge kernels.
> At the same time development for Linux 3.3 went on at a fast pace, although
> no pages were merged into the development tree yet.  The highlights are:
>  - further versions of the patches to log all file size updates instead of
>   relying the the flaky VM writeback code for them
>  - an initial version of SEEK_HOLE/SEEK_DATA support
>  - removal of the old non-delaylog logging code, and cleanups resulting
>   from the removal
>  - large updates for the quota code
> Userspace development was even more busy:
> Xfsprogs saw the rushed 3.1.7 release which contains Debian packaging fixes,
> a polish translation update and a xfs_repair fix.  In the meantime a lot of
> xfs_repair fixes were posted but mostly not reviewed and commit yet.
> Xfsdump grew support for using pthreads to write backup streams to multiple
> tapes in parallel, and SGI_XFSDUMP_SKIP_FILE which has been deprecated in
> favor of the nodump flag has finally been removed.
> Xfstests saw an enormous amount of updates.  The fsstress tool saw major
> updates to exercise even more system calls, and found numerous bugs in
> all major Linux filesystems, additional ENOSPC tests, a new test for
> btrfs-specific functionality and the usual amount of bug fixes and small
> cleanups.  Also a series to clean up the very large filesystem testing,
> including extending the support to ext4 was posted but not committed yet.
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