On Friday 25 September 2015 01:39:49 Drokin, Oleg wrote:
On Sep 24, 2015, at 9:07 PM, Drokin, Oleg wrote:
> On Sep 24, 2015, at 4:15 PM, Arnd Bergmann wrote:
>>>>> Anyway this does remove a lot of stuff that we don't really need
in the client,
>>>>> I'll try to get it built and tested just to make sure it does
not really break anything
>>>>> (unfortunately it does not seem to apply cleanly to the tip of
>>>> Ok. I based the patches on top of my 37 patch series, and if you want I
>>>> upload a git branch somewhere to make rebasing easier.
>>> That would be great.
>>> Though in the end likely this huge patch would need to be split into smaller
>>> Like if all unused llog code removal is done, that would allow subsequent
>>> removal and so on.
>>> But for testing a current snapshot would be great, then I can run it through
>>> to see how it fares there.
>> Ok, I've pushed out the branch to
>> This contains the latest version of the y2038 series (with the warning fixed
>> that Sudip Mukherjee found) but no other changes, and the big code removal
>> on top.
> These do seem to be working fine in my testing.
Ah, and I should mention that just as I suspected, the debug log decoding tool
is very unhappy.
I have updated the branch now to reflect our discussions so far. Can you handle
forwarding the patches to Greg from there, or complain if there are still
problems with them?
I still had problems with removing ptlrpc_update_export_timer(), so I left
a small patch for that, which you probably want to do differently, and
while I split out the nontrivial parts of the large removal patch, most of
it still is in one chunk that contains purely removals of whole lines.