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Commits on Sep 24, 2007
  1. @AdrianBunk


    AdrianBunk committed
  2. @AdrianBunk

    TCP: Fix TCP handling of SACK in bidirectional flows

    Ilpo Järvinen committed with AdrianBunk
    It's possible that new SACK blocks that should trigger new LOST
    markings arrive with new data (which previously made is_dupack
    false). In addition, I think this fixes a case where we get
    a cumulative ACK with enough SACK blocks to trigger the fast
    recovery (is_dupack would be false there too).
    I'm not completely pleased with this solution because readability
    of the code is somewhat questionable as 'is_dupack' in SACK case
    is no longer about dupacks only but would mean something like
    'lost_marker_work_todo' too... But because of Eifel stuff done
    in CA_Recovery, the FLAG_DATA_SACKED check cannot be placed to
    the if statement which seems attractive solution. Nevertheless,
    I didn't like adding another variable just for that either... :-)
    Signed-off-by: Ilpo Järvinen <>
    Signed-off-by: David S. Miller <>
    Signed-off-by: Adrian Bunk <>
  3. @digitalentity @AdrianBunk

    [PPP]: Fix output buffer size in ppp_decompress_frame().

    digitalentity committed with AdrianBunk
    This patch addresses the issue with "osize too small" errors in mppe
    encryption.  The patch fixes the issue with wrong output buffer size
    being passed to ppp decompression routine.
    As pointed out by Suresh Mahalingam, the issue addressed by
    ppp-fix-osize-too-small-errors-when-decoding patch is not fully resolved yet.
    The size of allocated output buffer is correct, however it size passed to
    ppp->rcomp->decompress in ppp_generic.c if wrong. The patch fixes that.
    Signed-off-by: Konstantin Sharlaimov <>
    Signed-off-by: David S. Miller <>
    Signed-off-by: Adrian Bunk <>
  4. @digitalentity @AdrianBunk

    [PPP]: Fix osize too small errors when decoding mppe.

    digitalentity committed with AdrianBunk
    The mppe_decompress() function required a buffer that is 1 byte too
    small when receiving a message of mru size. This fixes buffer
    allocation to prevent this from occurring.
    Signed-off-by: Konstantin Sharlaimov <>
    Signed-off-by: David S. Miller <>
    Signed-off-by: Adrian Bunk <>
Commits on Aug 30, 2007
  1. @davem330 @AdrianBunk

    [MATH-EMU]: Fix underflow exception reporting.

    davem330 committed with AdrianBunk
    The underflow exception cases were wrong.
    This is one weird area of ieee1754 handling in that the underflow
    behavior changes based upon whether underflow is enabled in the trap
    enable mask of the FPU control register.  As a specific case the Sparc
    V9 manual gives us the following description:
    If UFM = 0:     Underflow occurs if a nonzero result is tiny and a
                    loss of accuracy occurs.  Tininess may be detected
                    before or after rounding.  Loss of accuracy may be
                    either a denormalization loss or an inexact result.
    If UFM = 1:     Underflow occurs if a nonzero result is tiny.
                    Tininess may be detected before or after rounding.
    What this amounts to in the packing case is if we go subnormal,
    we set underflow if any of the following are true:
    1) rounding sets inexact
    2) we ended up rounding back up to normal (this is the case where
       we set the exponent to 1 and set the fraction to zero), this
       should set inexact too
    3) underflow is set in FPU control register trap-enable mask
    The initially discovered example was "DBL_MIN / 16.0" which
    incorrectly generated an underflow.  It should not, unless underflow
    is set in the trap-enable mask of the FPU csr.
    Another example, "0x0.0000000000001p-1022 / 16.0", should signal both
    inexact and underflow.  The cpu implementations and ieee1754
    literature is very clear about this.  This is case #2 above.
    However, if underflow is set in the trap enable mask, only underflow
    should be set and reported as a trap.  That is handled properly by the
    prioritization logic in
    Based upon a report and test case from Jakub Jelinek.
    Signed-off-by: David S. Miller <>
    Signed-off-by: Adrian Bunk <>
  2. @AdrianBunk

    [SPARC32]: Fix rounding errors in ndelay/udelay implementation.

    Mark Fortescue committed with AdrianBunk
    __ndelay and __udelay have not been delayung >= specified time.
    The problem with __ndelay has been tacked down to the rounding of the
    multiplier constant. By changing this, delays > app 18us are correctly
    The problem with __udelay has also been tracked down to rounding issues.
    Changing the multiplier constant (to match that used in sparc64) corrects
    for large delays and adding in a rounding constant corrects for trunctaion
    errors in the claculations.
    Many short delays will return without looping. This is not an error as there
    is the fixed delay of doing all the maths to calculate the loop count.
    Signed-off-by: Mark Fortescue <>
    Signed-off-by: David S. Miller <>
    Signed-off-by: Adrian Bunk <>
  3. @AdrianBunk

    [SPARC32]: Fix bug in sparc optimized memset.

    Alexander Shmelev committed with AdrianBunk
    Sparc optimized memset (arch/sparc/lib/memset.S) does not fill last
    byte of the memory area, if area size is less than 8 bytes and start
    address is not word (4-bytes) aligned.
    Here is code chunk where bug located:
    /* %o0 - memory address, %o1 - size, %g3 - value */
         add    %o0, 1, %o0
        subcc    %o1, 1, %o1
        bne,a    8b
         stb %g3, [%o0 - 1]
    This code should write byte every loop iteration, but last time delay
    instruction stb is not executed because branch instruction sets
    "annul" bit.
    Patch replaces bne,a by bne instruction.
    Error can be reproduced by simple kernel module:
    #include <linux/module.h>
    #include <linux/config.h>
    #include <linux/kernel.h>
    #include <linux/errno.h>
    #include <string.h>
    static void do_memset(void **p, int size)
            memset(p, 0x00, size);
    static int __init memset_test_init(void)
        char fooc[8];
        int *fooi;
        memset(fooc, 0xba, sizeof(fooc));
        do_memset((void**)(fooc + 3), 1);
        fooi = (int*) fooc;
        printk("%08X %08X\n", fooi[0], fooi[1]);
        return -1;
    static void __exit memset_test_cleanup(void)
    Signed-off-by: Alexander Shmelev <>
    Signed-off-by: David S. Miller <>
    Signed-off-by: Adrian Bunk <>
Commits on Aug 23, 2007
  1. @neilbrown @AdrianBunk

    md: avoid possible BUG_ON in md bitmap handling

    neilbrown committed with AdrianBunk
    md/bitmap tracks how many active write requests are pending on blocks
    associated with each bit in the bitmap, so that it knows when it can clear
    the bit (when count hits zero).
    The counter has 14 bits of space, so if there are ever more than 16383, we
    cannot cope.
    Currently the code just calles BUG_ON as "all" drivers have request queue
    limits much smaller than this.
    However is seems that some don't.  Apparently some multipath configurations
    can allow more than 16383 concurrent write requests.
    So, in this unlikely situation, instead of calling BUG_ON we now wait
    for the count to drop down a bit.  This requires a new wait_queue_head,
    some waiting code, and a wakeup call.
    Tested by limiting the counter to 20 instead of 16383 (writes go a lot slower
    in that case...).
    Signed-off-by: Neil Brown <>
    Signed-off-by: Adrian Bunk <>
Commits on Aug 22, 2007
  1. @neilbrown @AdrianBunk

    md: fix a few problems with the interface (sysfs and ioctl) to md

    neilbrown committed with AdrianBunk
    While developing more functionality in mdadm I found some bugs in md...
    - When we remove a device from an inactive array (write 'remove' to
      the 'state' sysfs file - see 'state_store') would should not
      update the superblock information - as we may not have
      read and processed it all properly yet.
    - initialise all raid_disk entries to '-1' else the 'slot sysfs file
      will claim '0' for all devices in an array before the array is
    - all '\n' not to be present at the end of words written to
      sysfs files
    - when we use SET_ARRAY_INFO to set the md metadata version,
      set the flag to say that there is persistant metadata.
    - allow GET_BITMAP_FILE to be called on an array that hasn't
      been started yet.
    Signed-off-by: Neil Brown <>
    Signed-off-by: Adrian Bunk <>
  2. @neilbrown @AdrianBunk

    md: assorted md and raid1 one-liners

    neilbrown committed with AdrianBunk
    Fix few bugs that meant that:
      - superblocks weren't alway written at exactly the right time (this
        could show up if the array was not written to - writting to the array
        causes lots of superblock updates and so hides these errors).
      - restarting device recovery after a clean shutdown (version-1 metadata
        only) didn't work as intended (or at all).
    1/ Ensure superblock is updated when a new device is added.
    2/ Remove an inappropriate test on MD_RECOVERY_SYNC in md_do_sync.
       The body of this if takes one of two branches depending on whether
       MD_RECOVERY_SYNC is set, so testing it in the clause of the if
       is wrong.
    3/ Flag superblock for updating after a resync/recovery finishes.
    4/ If we find the neeed to restart a recovery in the middle (version-1
       metadata only) make sure a full recovery (not just as guided by
       bitmaps) does get done.
    Signed-off-by: Neil Brown <>
    Signed-off-by: Adrian Bunk <>
  3. @neilbrown @AdrianBunk

    md: allow SET_BITMAP_FILE to work on 64bit kernel with 32bit userspace

    neilbrown committed with AdrianBunk
    ..  so that you can use bitmaps with 32bit userspace on a 64 bit kernel.
    Signed-off-by: Neil Brown <>
    Signed-off-by: Adrian Bunk <>
  4. @neilbrown @AdrianBunk

    md: fix some small races in bitmap plugging in raid5

    neilbrown committed with AdrianBunk
    The comment gives more details, but I didn't quite have the sequencing write,
    so there was room for races to leave bits unset in the on-disk bitmap for
    short periods of time.
    Signed-off-by: Neil Brown <>
    Signed-off-by: Adrian Bunk <>
  5. @neilbrown @AdrianBunk

    md: fix a plug/unplug race in raid5

    neilbrown committed with AdrianBunk
    When a device is unplugged, requests are moved from one or two (depending on
    whether a bitmap is in use) queues to the main request queue.
    So whenever requests are put on either of those queues, we should make sure
    the raid5 array is 'plugged'.  However we don't.  We currently plug the raid5
    queue just before putting requests on queues, so there is room for a race.  If
    something unplugs the queue at just the wrong time, requests will be left on
    the queue and nothing will want to unplug them.  Normally something else will
    plug and unplug the queue fairly soon, but there is a risk that nothing will.
    Signed-off-by: Neil Brown <>
    Signed-off-by: Adrian Bunk <>
  6. @neilbrown @AdrianBunk

    md: fix resync speed calculation for restarted resyncs

    neilbrown committed with AdrianBunk
    We introduced 'io_sectors' recently so we could count the sectors that causes
    io during resync separate from sectors which didn't cause IO - there can be a
    difference if a bitmap is being used to accelerate resync.
    However when a speed is reported, we find the number of sectors processed
    recently by subtracting an oldish io_sectors count from a current
    'curr_resync' count.  This is wrong because curr_resync counts all sectors,
    not just io sectors.
    So, add a field to mddev to store the curren io_sectors separately from
    curr_resync, and use that in the calculations.
    Signed-off-by: Neil Brown <>
    Signed-off-by: Adrian Bunk <>
  7. @neilbrown @AdrianBunk

    md: Allow re-add to work on array without bitmaps

    neilbrown committed with AdrianBunk
    When an array has a bitmap, a device can be removed and re-added and only
    blocks changes since the removal (as recorded in the bitmap) will be resynced.
    It should be possible to do a similar thing to arrays without bitmaps.  i.e.
    if a device is removed and re-added and *no* changes have been made in the
    interim, then the add should not require a resync.
    This patch allows that option.  This means that when assembling an array one
    device at a time (e.g.  during device discovery) the array can be enabled
    read-only as soon as enough devices are available, but extra devices can still
    be added without causing a resync.
    Signed-off-by: Neil Brown <>
    Signed-off-by: Adrian Bunk <>
Commits on Aug 11, 2007
  1. @neilbrown @AdrianBunk

    md/bitmap: tidy up i_writecount handling in md/bitmap

    neilbrown committed with AdrianBunk
    md/bitmap modifies i_writecount of a bitmap file to make sure that no-one else
    writes to it.  The reverting of the change is sometimes done twice, and there
    is one error path where it is omitted.
    This patch tidies that up.
    Signed-off-by: Neil Brown <>
    Signed-off-by: Adrian Bunk <>
  2. @neilbrown @AdrianBunk

    md/bitmap: remove dead code from md/bitmap

    neilbrown committed with AdrianBunk
    bitmap_active is never called, and the BITMAP_ACTIVE flag is never users or
    tested, so discard them both.
    Also remove some out-of-date 'todo' comments.
    Signed-off-by: Neil Brown <>
    Signed-off-by: Adrian Bunk <>
  3. @neilbrown @AdrianBunk

    md/bitmap: remove unnecessary page reference manipulations from md/bi…

    neilbrown committed with AdrianBunk
    …tmap code
    md/bitmap gets a collection of pages representing the bitmap when it
    initialises the bitmap, and puts all the references when discarding the
    It also occasionally takes extra references without any good reason, and
    sometimes drops them ...  though it doesn't always drop them, which can result
    in a memory leak.
    This patch removes the unnecessary 'get_page' calls, and the corresponding
    'put_page' calls.
    Signed-off-by: Neil Brown <>
    Signed-off-by: Adrian Bunk <>
  4. @neilbrown @AdrianBunk

    md/bitmap: use set_bit etc for bitmap page attributes

    neilbrown committed with AdrianBunk
    In particular, this means that we use 4 bits per page instead of a whole
    unsigned long.
    Signed-off-by: Neil Brown <>
    Signed-off-by: Adrian Bunk <>
  5. @neilbrown @AdrianBunk

    md/bitmap: cleaner separation of page attribute handlers in md/bitmap

    neilbrown committed with AdrianBunk
    md/bitmap has some attributes per-page.  Handling of these attributes in
    largely abstracted in set_page_attr and clear_page_attr.  However
    get_page_attr exposes the format used to store them.  So prior to changing
    that format, introduce test_page_attr instead of get_page_attr, and make
    appropriate usage changes.
    Signed-off-by: Neil Brown <>
    Signed-off-by: Adrian Bunk <>
  6. @neilbrown @AdrianBunk

    md/bitmap: fix online removal of file-backed bitmaps

    neilbrown committed with AdrianBunk
    When "mdadm --grow /dev/mdX --bitmap=none" is used to remove a filebacked
    bitmap, the bitmap was disconnected from the array, but the file wasn't closed
    (until the array was stopped).
    The file also wasn't closed if adding the bitmap file failed.
    Signed-off-by: Neil Brown <>
    Signed-off-by: Adrian Bunk <>
  7. @neilbrown @AdrianBunk

    md: Don't clear bits in bitmap when writing to one device fails durin…

    neilbrown committed with AdrianBunk
    …g recovery
    Currently a device failure during recovery leaves bits set in the bitmap.
    This normally isn't a problem as the offending device will be rejected because
    of errors.  However if device re-adding is being used with non-persistent
    bitmaps, this can be a problem.
    Signed-off-by: Neil Brown <>
    Signed-off-by: Adrian Bunk <>
  8. @neilbrown @AdrianBunk

    md: Add '4' to the list of levels for which bitmaps are supported

    neilbrown committed with AdrianBunk
    I really should make this a function of the personality....
    Signed-off-by: Neil Brown <>
    Signed-off-by: Adrian Bunk <>
  9. @AdrianBunk

    [MCA] fix bus matching

    James Bottomley committed with AdrianBunk
    There's a bug in the MCA bus matching algorithm in that it promotes from
    signed short to int before comparing with the actual id and does sign
    extension on anything > 0x7fff (which means that pos ids > 0x7fff never
    get correctly matched).
    Signed-off-by: James Bottomley <>
    Signed-off-by: Adrian Bunk <>
Commits on Jul 25, 2007
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    AdrianBunk committed
Commits on Jul 22, 2007
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    AdrianBunk committed
  2. @AdrianBunk

    [IPV6]: MSG_ERRQUEUE messages do not pass to connected raw sockets

    Dmitry Butskoy committed with AdrianBunk
    Taken from
    Problem Description:
    It is related to the possibility to obtain MSG_ERRQUEUE messages from the udp
    and raw sockets, both connected and unconnected.
    There is a little typo in net/ipv6/icmp.c code, which prevents such messages
    to be delivered to the errqueue of the correspond raw socket, when the socket
    is CONNECTED.  The typo is due to swap of local/remote addresses.
    Consider __raw_v6_lookup() function from net/ipv6/raw.c. When a raw socket is
    looked up usual way, it is something like:
    sk = __raw_v6_lookup(sk, nexthdr, daddr, saddr, IP6CB(skb)->iif);
    where "daddr" is a destination address of the incoming packet (IOW our local
    address), "saddr" is a source address of the incoming packet (the remote end).
    But when the raw socket is looked up for some icmp error report, in
    net/ipv6/icmp.c:icmpv6_notify() , daddr/saddr are obtained from the echoed
    fragment of the "bad" packet, i.e.  "daddr" is the original destination
    address of that packet, "saddr" is our local address.  Hence, for
    icmpv6_notify() must use "saddr, daddr" in its arguments, not "daddr, saddr"
    Steps to reproduce:
    Create some raw socket, connect it to an address, and cause some error
    situation: f.e. set ttl=1 where the remote address is more than 1 hop to reach.
    Set IPV6_RECVERR .
    Then send something and wait for the error (f.e. poll() with POLLERR|POLLIN).
    You should receive "time exceeded" icmp message (because of "ttl=1"), but the
    socket do not receive it.
    If you do not connect your raw socket, you will receive MSG_ERRQUEUE
    successfully.  (The reason is that for unconnected socket there are no actual
    checks for local/remote addresses).
    Signed-off-by: Andrew Morton <>
    Signed-off-by: David S. Miller <>
    Signed-off-by: Adrian Bunk <>
  3. @kaber @AdrianBunk

    [NET]: Fix gen_estimator timer removal race

    kaber committed with AdrianBunk
    As noticed by Jarek Poplawski <>, the timer removal in
    gen_kill_estimator races with the timer function rearming the timer.
    Check whether the timer list is empty before rearming the timer
    in the timer function to fix this.
    Signed-off-by: Patrick McHardy <>
    Acked-by: Jarek Poplawski <>
    Signed-off-by: David S. Miller <>
    Signed-off-by: Adrian Bunk <>
  4. @AdrianBunk

    SCTP: Add scope_id validation for link-local binds

    Vlad Yasevich committed with AdrianBunk
    SCTP currently permits users to bind to link-local addresses,
    but doesn't verify that the scope id specified at bind matches
    the interface that the address is configured on.  It was report
    that this can hang a system.
    Signed-off-by: Vlad Yasevich <>
    Signed-off-by: Adrian Bunk <>
  5. @jmberg @AdrianBunk

    [NET] skbuff: remove export of static symbol

    jmberg committed with AdrianBunk
    skb_clone_fraglist is static so it shouldn't be exported.
    Signed-off-by: Johannes Berg <>
    Signed-off-by: David S. Miller <>
    Signed-off-by: Adrian Bunk <>
  6. @AdrianBunk

    [NETFILTER]: nf_conntrack: don't track locally generated special ICMP…

    Yasuyuki Kozakai committed with AdrianBunk
    … error
    The conntrack assigned to locally generated ICMP error is usually the one
    assigned to the original packet which has caused the error. But if
    the original packet is handled as invalid by nf_conntrack, no conntrack
    is assigned to the original packet. Then nf_ct_attach() cannot assign
    any conntrack to the ICMP error packet. In that case the current
    nf_conntrack_icmp assigns appropriate conntrack to it. But the current
    code mistakes the direction of the packet. As a result, NAT code mistakes
    the address to be mangled.
    To fix the bug, this changes nf_conntrack_icmp not to assign conntrack
    to such ICMP error. Actually no address is necessary to be mangled
    in this case.
    Spotted by Jordan Russell.
    Upstream commit ID: 130e7a8
    Signed-off-by: Yasuyuki Kozakai <>
    Signed-off-by: Patrick McHardy <>
    Signed-off-by: Adrian Bunk <>
  7. @AdrianBunk

    ide: clear bmdma status in ide_intr() for ICHx controllers (revised #4)

    Albert Lee committed with AdrianBunk
    patch 1/2 (revised):
    - Fix drive->waiting_for_dma to work with CDB-intr devices.
    - Do the dma status clearing in ide_intr() and add a new
      hwif->ide_dma_clear_irq for Intel ICHx controllers.
    Revised per Alan, Sergei and Bart's advice.
    Patch against 2.6.20-rc6. Tested ok on my ICH4 and pdc20275 adapters.
    Please review/apply, thanks.
    Signed-off-by: Albert Lee <>
    Signed-off-by: Adrian Bunk <>
  8. @AdrianBunk

    8139too.c: fix netpoll deadlock

    Ingo Molnar committed with AdrianBunk
    fix deadlock in the 8139too driver: poll handlers should never forcibly
    enable local interrupts, because they might be used by netpoll/printk
    from IRQ context.
      [ INFO: inconsistent lock state ]
      2.6.19 #11
      inconsistent {softirq-on-W} -> {in-softirq-W} usage.
      swapper/1 [HC0[0]:SC1[1]:HE1:SE0] takes:
       (&npinfo->poll_lock){-+..}, at: [<c0350a41>] net_rx_action+0x64/0x1de
      {softirq-on-W} state was registered at:
        [<c0134c86>] mark_lock+0x5b/0x39c
        [<c0135012>] mark_held_locks+0x4b/0x68
        [<c01351e9>] trace_hardirqs_on+0x115/0x139
        [<c02879e6>] rtl8139_poll+0x3d7/0x3f4
        [<c035c85d>] netpoll_poll+0x82/0x32f
        [<c035c775>] netpoll_send_skb+0xc9/0x12f
        [<c035cdcc>] netpoll_send_udp+0x253/0x25b
        [<c0288463>] write_msg+0x40/0x65
        [<c011cead>] __call_console_drivers+0x45/0x51
        [<c011cf16>] _call_console_drivers+0x5d/0x61
        [<c011d4fb>] release_console_sem+0x11f/0x1d8
        [<c011d7d7>] register_console+0x1ac/0x1b3
        [<c02883f8>] init_netconsole+0x55/0x67
        [<c010040c>] init+0x9a/0x24e
        [<c01049cf>] kernel_thread_helper+0x7/0x10
        [<ffffffff>] 0xffffffff
      irq event stamp: 819992
      hardirqs last  enabled at (819992): [<c0350a16>] net_rx_action+0x39/0x1de
      hardirqs last disabled at (819991): [<c0350b1e>] net_rx_action+0x141/0x1de
      softirqs last  enabled at (817552): [<c01214e4>] __do_softirq+0xa3/0xa8
      softirqs last disabled at (819987): [<c0106051>] do_softirq+0x5b/0xc9
      other info that might help us debug this:
      no locks held by swapper/1.
      stack backtrace:
       [<c0104d88>] dump_trace+0x63/0x1e8
       [<c0104f26>] show_trace_log_lvl+0x19/0x2e
       [<c010532d>] show_trace+0x12/0x14
       [<c0105343>] dump_stack+0x14/0x16
       [<c0134980>] print_usage_bug+0x23c/0x246
       [<c0134d33>] mark_lock+0x108/0x39c
       [<c01356a7>] __lock_acquire+0x361/0x9ed
       [<c0136018>] lock_acquire+0x56/0x72
       [<c03aff1f>] _spin_lock+0x35/0x42
       [<c0350a41>] net_rx_action+0x64/0x1de
       [<c0121493>] __do_softirq+0x52/0xa8
       [<c0106051>] do_softirq+0x5b/0xc9
       [<c0121338>] irq_exit+0x3c/0x48
       [<c0106163>] do_IRQ+0xa4/0xbd
       [<c01047c6>] common_interrupt+0x2e/0x34
       [<c011db92>] vprintk+0x2c0/0x309
       [<c011dbf6>] printk+0x1b/0x1d
       [<c01003f2>] init+0x80/0x24e
       [<c01049cf>] kernel_thread_helper+0x7/0x10
    Signed-off-by: Ingo Molnar <>
    Signed-off-by: Adrian Bunk <>
  9. @AdrianBunk

    ieee1394: forgotten dereference...

    Al Viro committed with AdrianBunk
    Going through the string and waiting for _pointer_ to become '\0'
    is not what the authors meant...
    Signed-off-by: Al Viro <>
    Acked-by: Ben Collins <>
    Signed-off-by: Adrian Bunk <>
  10. @AdrianBunk

    coda: wrong order of arguments of ->readdir()

    Al Viro committed with AdrianBunk
    Shows how many people are testing coda - the bug had been there for 5 years
    and results of stepping on it are not subtle.
    Signed-off-by: Al Viro <>
    Signed-off-by: Adrian Bunk <>
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