OK, so it sounds like cleaning that up with an ext3-specific super->sync would
be cleaner for what it's worth, and save a little cpu.
> It then again starts I/O against new dirty data then waits on it again. And
> then again. There's quite a lot of overkill there. But that's OK, as long
> as it terminates sometime.
/me doesn't comment
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