Re: [RFC 1/7] cpuset write dirty map

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On Thu, 31 May 2007, Ethan Solomita wrote:

> The dirty map is only cleared (or freed) when the inode is cleared.
> At that point no pages are attached to the inode anymore and therefore it can
> be done without any locking. The dirty map therefore records all nodes that
> have been used for dirty pages by that inode until the inode is no longer
> used.
> Originally by Christoph Lameter <[email protected]>

You should preserve my Signed-off-by: since I wrote most of this. Is there 
a changelog?

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