--- Comment #9 from Fabian Keil <f...@fabiankeil.de> ---
I agree that moving the n calculation behind the error block
is technically sufficient to prevent the panic.
I added the NULL check in front of the brelse() because the function
contains a comment that indicates that passing NULL to it is considered
My assumption was that the brelse() was there for a reason and that bp
would sometimes not be NULL or at least could be in the future.
cluster_read() and bread*() indeed seem to reliably reset bp to NULL
on error, but unlike breadn_flags(), cluster_read() has no comment that
explicitly mentions this, so I wasn't sure that one can depend on this
If the behaviour is unlikely to change in the future, I agree that the
brelse() should be removed.
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