On Fri, 23 May 2008, Arjan van de Ven wrote:Per file statistics
[I'd love to borrow Linus' gitstat stuff for this to get a nicer presentation
of the per file/directory data]
The algorithm is very simple. Just sort your filenames alphabetically, and then you can do it with a simple 40-line recursive function and a trivial data structure. See the git sources, diff.c: gather_dirstat().
Or just do "git show 7df7c019c2a46672c12a11a45600cdc698e03029" in git to show the commit that introduces --dirstat.
(In fact, much of the dirstat code is the thing that turns it into percentages, so it has some setup code that first calculates the total number of changes, and the printout code spends effort in generating the percentage (well, permille) and not showing insignificant stuff - whether you'd want/need that for this is debatable)
Rank 1: __register_sysctl_paths
Reported 1260 times (2491 total reports)
[tainted] Duplicate /proc registration. Bug in the madwifi driver
(Occasionally seen in the parport driver)
This oops was last seen in version 22.214.171.124, and first seen in 2.6.25-rc3.
Btw, can you try to call these warnings, not oopses? It's not an oops, and it's not even reported as an oops in the overviews on the top-level things on the web-site, so your scripts do know it's not an oops - but then in this summary and in the "detailed information" reports it's called an oops again.
It's a WARN_ON, and yeah, while they can be bad, it's still different from an actual oops.