|| ||Jan Kara <email@example.com>|
|| ||Andrew Morton <firstname.lastname@example.org>|
|| ||[PATCH 00/14] 64-bit quotas and preparations for OCFS2 quotas|
|| ||Mon, 27 Oct 2008 13:10:19 +0100|
the set of patches which will come in following emails implements 64-bit
quotas support and also does some cleanups and necessary changes for quota
support in OCFS2.
64-bit quota support implements new version of quota disk format (which
shares most of the code with current quota format) so quota is no longer
limited by 4 TB space limits and 2^32 inode limit and usage (guys from Sun seem
to have problems with this ;).
OCFS2 quota support needs some changes to the internal quota code since
it treats quota data as filesystem metadata - quota code does not have to
care about problems with accesses to quota files from userspace, but it has
to allow separate enabling of usage accounting and limits enforcement.
Andrew, could you please put these patches to -mm for testing? Thanks.
Eventually, the patches (except for the last one implementing 64-bit quota
format specific functions) are probably going to hit linux-next via ocfs2
git tree but I guess that's not a problem.
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