On Mon, Nov 12, 2012 at 10:09:43PM +1100, Dave Chinner wrote:
> These are the remaining fixes I have in my tree for the 3.7 cycle.
> One is a corruption fix, the other two are problems I'm seeing
> during shutdown and recovery testing. That testing lasts 400-500
> cycles (3-4 hours) now before it fails with another, as yet unknown
> buffer/perag reference assert failure. Without these fixes, it lasts
> 3-4 cycles before assert failing or triggering a BUG.
> I'd like these fixes to be in the 3.7 cycle if at all possible, with
> both patch 1 and 2 being stable kernel candidates.
I think we can make that happen. I noticed that you posted patches 2 and 3
earlier today and had to chuckle, but I understand. We'll put this 3.7 work at
the top of the priority queue, followed by your 3.8 queue, and then the few
items left for the userspace release.
Thanks for reposting your 3.8 queue, BTW. Sometimes I think that frequent
reposts are inconvenient, but in this case I think it will be helpful.