Re: [PATCH v2] NFSD: Remove all occurences of strlcpy

From: Chuck Lever III
Date: Sun May 14 2023 - 14:31:13 EST

> On May 13, 2023, at 10:44 PM, Azeem Shaikh <azeemshaikh38@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
>>> No, I plan to land this patch before attempting to fix __assign_str itself.
>>> Let me know if the below description looks good to you and I'll send
>>> over a v3 patch:
>>> [PATCH v3] NFSD: Remove open coding of string copy
>>> Instead of open coding a __dynamic_array(), use the __string() and
>>> __assign_str()
>>> helper macros that exist for this kind of use case.
>>> Part of an effort to remove deprecated strlcpy() [1] completely from the
>>> kernel[2].
>>> [1]
>>> [2]
>>> Fixes: 3c92fba557c6 ("NFSD: Enhance the nfsd_cb_setup tracepoint")
>>> Signed-off-by: Azeem Shaikh <azeemshaikh38@xxxxxxxxx>
>> This looks good to me. So you'd like me to take this through
>> the nfsd tree, possibly for 6.4-rc ?
> This is my first week contributing to the Linux kernel so I might be
> miscommunicating :)
> By "land this patch", I meant to get this patch into to the nfsd tree.
> I'll leave it up to you when you push it through to the mainline tree.
> Although, it would be great to get this through to 6.4-rc if that's at
> all possible.

Please send v3 along, and I will apply it to nfsd-fixes.

Chuck Lever