Thanks a lot for your quick response and comment.
We hope to make corrections better and incorporate them into mainline by
with the review.
The primary test which we've been using for those reported cases is to mount
and umount from multiple nodes at the same time.
mkfs.ocfs2 --cluster-stack=pcmk --cluster-name=debian -N <N> /dev/blkdevice
while true; do
dsh -c -m node1,node2,node3...node<N> 'mount /dev/blkdevice fmxa /mnt';
dsh -c -mnode1,node2,node3...node<N> 'umount /mnt';
where: <N> = 12, 24, or 48
Please let us know if Do you have any other test casss in mind?
ps. Please give us a week to reply as we're going to have public holidays in
From: Steven Whitehouse [mailto:swhit...@redhat.com]
Sent: Wednesday, August 9, 2017 8:36 PM
To: owa tsutomu(大輪 勤 ＴＭＣ ○ＳＳＤジ□ＥＳ技○ＥＳ五); firstname.lastname@example.org
Cc: miyauchi tadashi(宮内 忠志 ＴＯＰＳ （ＳＷ開）［基本］)
Subject: Re: [Cluster-devel] [PATCH 00/17] DLM: dlm patches need review
On 09/08/17 06:36, tsutomu....@toshiba.co.jp wrote:
> This series of patches is to fix various bugs. This patch set is against the
> mainline kernel.
> I'd like reviewed to make sure those changes are fine.
> Patch number 01/02/03 were posted on this mailing list by Bob Peterson
> Patch 03 is modified to correct a bug acquiring rwlock multiple times.
> Other than that, there is no changes.
> thanks in advance.
> -- owa
> ps. Sorry to bother you if you got those mails several times.
Many thanks for looking so closely at the DLM and in sending this patch
set. Some of the patches I can see are obvious fixes and others I'd need
a bit more time to look at to be sure about. I've sent a few individual
comments for some of the patches. However overall this looks like a
really good set of patches, and I'm sure took some time for you to put
together. I think the best thing would be for us to get these patches
into a kernel now and run some tests, since there is quite a lot of change,