Re: [PATCH 0/4] bcache patches for Linux v5.19 (1st wave)

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On Mon, 23 May 2022 01:07:32 +0800, Coly Li wrote:
> The bcache has 4 patches for Linux v5.19 merge window, all from me.
> - The first 2 patches are code clean up and potential bug fixes for
> multi- threaded btree nodes check (for cache device) and dirty sectors
> counting (for backing device), although no report from mailing list for
> them, it is good to have the fixes.
> - The 3rd patch removes incremental dirty sectors counting because it
> is conflicted with multithreaded dirty sectors counting and the latter
> one is 10x times faster.
> - The last patch fixes a journal no-space deadlock during cache device
> registration, it always reserves one journal bucket and only uses it
> in registration time, so the no-spance condition won't happen anymore.
> [...]

Applied, thanks!

[1/4] bcache: improve multithreaded bch_btree_check()
      commit: c766acd3d78e30c7d24faca05333c2526aeffd6c
[2/4] bcache: improve multithreaded bch_sectors_dirty_init()
      commit: 0c723008bd6cf999130e338a043f7fa5b603462f
[3/4] bcache: remove incremental dirty sector counting for bch_sectors_dirty_init()
      commit: 4d667b2ce04fcf4a53a248a85a60336870729300
[4/4] bcache: avoid journal no-space deadlock by reserving 1 journal bucket
      commit: 4be2d484e9842b09fd451cfd36e22cb3db3aaf5e

Best regards,
Jens Axboe

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