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    Merge tag 'gfs2-4.14.fixes' of git://git.kernel.org/pub/scm/linux/kernel/git/gfs2/linux-gfs2 · 77d0ab60
    Linus Torvalds authored
    Pull GFS2 updates from Bob Peterson:
     "We've got a whopping 29 GFS2 patches for this merge window, mainly
      because we held some back from the previous merge window until we
      could get them perfected and well tested. We have a couple patch sets,
      including my patch set for protecting glock gl_object and Andreas
      Gruenbacher's patch set to fix the long-standing shrink- slab hang,
      plus a bunch of assorted bugs and cleanups.
    
      Summary:
    
       - I fixed a bug whereby an IO error would lead to a double-brelse.
    
       - Andreas Gruenbacher made a minor cleanup to call his relatively new
         function, gfs2_holder_initialized, rather than doing it manually.
         This was just missed by a previous patch set.
    
       - Jan Kara fixed a bug whereby the SGID was being cleared when
         inheriting ACLs.
    
       - Andreas found a bug and fixed it in his previous patch, "Get rid of
         flush_delayed_work in gfs2_evict_inode". A call to
         flush_delayed_work was deleted from *gfs2_inode_lookup and added to
         gfs2_create_inode.
    
       - Wang Xibo found and fixed a list_add call in inode_go_lock that
         specified the parameters in the wrong order.
    
       - Coly Li submitted a patch to add the REQ_PRIO to some of GFS2's
         metadata reads that were accidentally missing them.
    
       - I submitted a 4-patch set to protect the glock gl_object field.
         GFS2 was setting and checking gl_object with no locking mechanism,
         so the value was occasionally stomped on, which caused file system
         corruption.
    
       - I submitted a small cleanup to function gfs2_clear_rgrpd. It was
         needlessly adding rgrp glocks to the lru list, then pulling them
         back off immediately. The rgrp glocks don't use the lru list
         anyway, so doing so was just a waste of time.
    
       - I submitted a patch that checks the GLOF_LRU flag on a glock before
         trying to remove it from the lru_list. This avoids a lot of
         unnecessary spin_lock contention.
    
       - I submitted a patch to delete GFS2's debugfs files only after we
         evict all the glocks. Before this patch, GFS2 would delete the
         debugfs files, and if unmount hung waiting for a glock, there was
         no way to debug the problem. Now, if a hang occurs during umount,
         we can examine the debugfs files to figure out why it's hung.
    
       - Andreas Gruenbacher submitted a patch to fix some trivial typos.
    
       - Andreas also submitted a five-part patch set to fix the
         longstanding hang involving the slab shrinker: dlm requires memory,
         calls the inode shrinker, which calls gfs2's evict, which calls
         back into DLM before it can evict an inode.
    
       - Abhi Das submitted a patch to forcibly flush the active items list
         to relieve memory pressure. This fixes a long-standing bug whereby
         GFS2 was getting hung permanently in balance_dirty_pages.
    
       - Thomas Tai submitted a patch to fix a slab corruption problem due
         to a residual pointer left in the lock_dlm lockstruct.
    
       - I submitted a patch to withdraw the file system if IO errors are
         encountered while writing to the journals or statfs system file
         which were previously not being sent back up. Before, some IO
         errors were sometimes not be detected for several hours, and at
         recovery time, the journal errors made journal replay impossible.
    
       - Andreas has a patch to fix an annoying format-truncation compiler
         warning so GFS2 compiles cleanly.
    
       - I have a patch that fixes a handful of sparse compiler warnings.
    
       - Andreas fixed up an useless gl_object warning caused by an earlier
         patch.
    
       - Arvind Yadav added a patch to properly constify our rhashtable
         params declare.
    
       - I added a patch to fix a regression caused by the non-recursive
         delete and truncate patch that caused file system blocks to not be
         properly freed.
    
       - Ernesto A. Fernández added a patch to fix a place where GFS2 would
         send back the wrong return code setting extended attributes.
    
       - Ernesto also added a patch to fix a case in which GFS2 was
         improperly setting an inode's i_mode, potentially granting access
         to the wrong users"
    
    * tag 'gfs2-4.14.fixes' of git://git.kernel.org/pub/scm/linux/kernel/git/gfs2/linux-gfs2: (29 commits)
      gfs2: preserve i_mode if __gfs2_set_acl() fails
      gfs2: don't return ENODATA in __gfs2_xattr_set unless replacing
      GFS2: Fix non-recursive truncate bug
      gfs2: constify rhashtable_params
      GFS2: Fix gl_object warnings
      GFS2: Fix up some sparse warnings
      gfs2: Silence gcc format-truncation warning
      GFS2: Withdraw for IO errors writing to the journal or statfs
      gfs2: fix slab corruption during mounting and umounting gfs file system
      gfs2: forcibly flush ail to relieve memory pressure
      gfs2: Clean up waiting on glocks
      gfs2: Defer deleting inodes under memory pressure
      gfs2: gfs2_evict_inode: Put glocks asynchronously
      gfs2: Get rid of gfs2_set_nlink
      gfs2: gfs2_glock_get: Wait on freeing glocks
      gfs2: Fix trivial typos
      GFS2: Delete debugfs files only after we evict the glocks
      GFS2: Don't waste time locking lru_lock for non-lru glocks
      GFS2: Don't bother trying to add rgrps to the lru list
      GFS2: Clear gl_object when deleting an inode in gfs2_delete_inode
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