Re: [Jfs-discussion] [PATCH 0/11] quota: Stop setting IMMUTABLE and NOATIME flags directly

2017-04-19 Thread Jan Kara
On Wed 12-04-17 09:26:00, Jan Kara wrote:
> Hello,
> 
> this series removes setting of IMMUTABLE and NOATIME flags from generic quota
> code and moves it to filesystem's quota_on / quota_off handlers. Since this
> was the only place where generic code was modifying inode flags that need to
> be persistent on disk, we can remove functions syncing inode->i_flags to
> on-disk flags after this. This was motivated by recent statx() work that
> wants consistent view of inode flags without holding i_mutex.
> 
> Patches passed basic testing for ext2, ext4, reiserfs, compile-tested for jfs
> only. Please review, patches are mostly trivial but I could have missed
> something. If people are fine with the changes, I plan to merge them through
> my tree.

Since there were no objections to the patches I have pulled them into my
tree and will push them to Linus during the merge window.

Honza
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[Jfs-discussion] [PATCH 0/11] quota: Stop setting IMMUTABLE and NOATIME flags directly

2017-04-12 Thread Jan Kara
Hello,

this series removes setting of IMMUTABLE and NOATIME flags from generic quota
code and moves it to filesystem's quota_on / quota_off handlers. Since this
was the only place where generic code was modifying inode flags that need to
be persistent on disk, we can remove functions syncing inode->i_flags to
on-disk flags after this. This was motivated by recent statx() work that
wants consistent view of inode flags without holding i_mutex.

Patches passed basic testing for ext2, ext4, reiserfs, compile-tested for jfs
only. Please review, patches are mostly trivial but I could have missed
something. If people are fine with the changes, I plan to merge them through
my tree.

Honza

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