I am sending the patches for e2fsprogs as decided in the ext4 conf
The patches are based on e2fsprogs-1.40.1. Some of these patches have
already been sent on the list before.
Patches to follow:
1/13 : iostats.
2/13 : Cleanup.
3/13 : Rpm Check.
4/13 : Allow regular files to be preallocated on-disk.
5/13 : Verify in-inode EA structure.
6/13 : Allow more than 32000 subdirectories [e2fsprogs part]
7/13 : Many inodes in filesystem.
8/13 : Config before command line.
9/13 : Adds two extended options and config file counterparts.
10/13: SLES10 patch which adds -m flag support to fsck
11/13: Uinitialised groups.
12/13: Expand inode size.
13/13: Improve e2fsck heuristics for detecting corrupted inodes.
On Tue, Jul 24, 2007 at 04:34:31PM +0530, Girish Shilamkar wrote:
> I am sending the patches for e2fsprogs as decided in the ext4 conf
> The patches are based on e2fsprogs-1.40.1. Some of these patches have
> already been sent on the list before.
One other minor thing; it would be greatly appreciated it if when
folks send multiple patches in a bundle by having all of the patches
be a reply to the an introductory message. i.e.:
[Patch 0/13] Patches for e2fsprogs
|---> [Patch 1/13] iostats.
|---> [Patch 2/13] Cleanup.
|---> [Patch 3/13] Rpm Check.
|---> [Patch 4/14] Allow regular files to be preallocated on-disk.
This makes it easier to make sure the patches stay together in mail
readers even when there are replies to the patches. It just makes
life a little easier for people going through mail archives.