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SubjectRe: [PATCH] devtmpfs: Calling delete_path() only when necessary
2013/12/4 Rob Landley <>:
> On 11/16/2013 02:15:23 AM, Axel Lin wrote:
>> The deleted variable is always 1 in current code.
>> Initialize deleted variable to be 0, so delete_path() will be called only
>> when
>> necessary.
>> Signed-off-by: Axel Lin <>
> I'm not seeing this in linux-next, or a reply on the web archive. Assuming
> nobody's objected to this, you might want to forward it to
> That said, you could describe what it _does_ a little more?

I was expecting Greg to pick up this patch.

I thought the description is pretty clear.
What the patch does is changing the init value of deleted variable to 0.
The intention of this change is to avoid unnecessary delete_path() call.

Hi Greg,
Would you pick up this patch?
If a re-send or a v2 is required, please just let me know.


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