Andrea Arcangeli <email@example.com> writes:
> Note: the "00_read_super-stale-inode-1" fix is under discussion with Al,
> but overall it should be just ok for public consumation (even if that
> are may change if we find any better alternative, at the moment I think
> it is better (cleaner, simpler and faster) alternative than the iput
> changes in function of the MS_ACTIVE info).
> Only in 2.4.15aa1: 00_iput-unmount-corruption-fix-1
> Fix iput umount corruption.
> Only in 2.4.15aa1: 00_read_super-stale-inode-1
> If read_super fails avoid lefting stale inodes queued into
> the superblock.
> Only in 2.4.15pre9aa1: 10_vm-16
> Only in 2.4.15aa1: 10_vm-17
> Dropped a leftover touch_buffer in bread (there's just one in getblk in
> -aa, and we need it in getblk [not only for reiserfs]).
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