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SubjectRe: [PATCH] orangefs: remove redundant assignment to variable buffer_index
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On 26/06/2019 07:18, Dan Carpenter wrote:
> On Tue, Jun 25, 2019 at 02:55:11PM -0400, Mike Marshall wrote:
>>>> You often send these patches before they hit linux-next so I had skipped
>>>> reviewing this one when you sent it.
>>
>> I know Linus is likely to refuse pull requests for stuff that
>> has not been through linux-next, so I make sure stuff has been
>> there at least a few days before asking for it to be pulled.
>> "A few days" is long enough for robots to see it, perhaps not
>> long enough for humans. I especially appreciate the human review. One of
>> the good things about Orangefs is that it is easy to install and configure,
>> especially for testing. Documentation/filesystems/orangefs.txt has
>> instructions for dnf installing orangefs on Fedora, and also how to download
>> a source tarball and install from that.
>
> No, no, that comment was to Colin. It's good that he's sending patches
> for all the trees as soon as possible like the zero day bot does. But
> it does make it hard to review at times.
>
> regards,
> dan carpenter
>
Indeed, I normally work against the latest code landing in linux-next,
so apologies for any confusion. Anyhow, by the look of it these minor
nitpicks still need addressing (really low priority), so shall I leave
that with you Mike to sort out?

Colin

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