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SubjectRe: WTF: driver-core-next contains recursive directory removal!
On Wed, Oct 30, 2013 at 03:38:58PM -0700, Eric W. Biederman wrote:
> Greg what is going on? I just looked and Tejuns ill-conceived recursive
> directory deletion code has been merged into your driver-core-next tree.
> That code is semantically broken. I reviewed it and I gave the reasons
> why it was wrong. You came up to me and mentioned at LPC that you
> agreed with my reasons. And yet I just looked in driver-core-next and
> there the code is in all of it's broken glory.

Because I tested it out, and there were no such problems.

> Please pull out that crap it has no business ever going into a stable
> kernel.

Really? It seems to survive my testing here just fine.

> The short version is unless someone has drastically changed pci hotplug
> since last time I looked the code is dramatically wrong as pci hotplug
> removes directories in the wrong order remove the parent first.

That should still work here, and I'm pretty sure I tested it, but will
do so before I send it to Linus.

I don't think there's an issue here, otherwise both Tejun and I would
have found some issues during testing, same for all of the other
linux-next users for the past few weeks.


greg k-h

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