> > The following patch moves the __GFP_IO check down to prune_icache(),
> > allowing !__GFP_IO allocations to free clean unused inodes.
> Forget about this.
> We may have to write quota information back to disk while freeing the
> inode and then we are fucked.
Also you are looking at the none -ac quota code which is broken anyway 8)
The same problem seems to hold true with your patch and the current quota
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