From: Andrew Morton
Date: Tue Mar 08 2005 - 18:48:17 EST
Christoph Hellwig <hch@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> > +sh-merge-updates.patch
> > sh/sh64 updates
> btw, it would be nice if you'd give a period of say 48 hours for
> people to review non-critical patches before sending them off to
> Linus. The sh update was pretty nice, so no coplaints about this
> one, but we had worse things passed on in the past.
Yup, I've asked Paul to cc lkml in the future.
> > +open-iscsi-scsi.patch
> > +open-iscsi-headers.patch
> > +open-iscsi-kconfig.patch
> > +open-iscsi-makefile.patch
> > +open-iscsi-netlink.patch
> > +open-iscsi-doc.patch
> > iSCSI driver
> Please don't put this in. It's fairly experimental and just one
> of three iscsi initiators we're (scsi folks) currently evaluating
> for inclusion.
I'll frequently add things like this just so they get additional
compile-coverage testing and to get wider reviewing. And someone might run
sparse, checkstack, reference_discarded or reference_init on it.
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