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Subject[PATCH V2] fs: dlm: Spellings fixed throughout the file lock.c

Few spelling fixes throughout the file.

Signed-off-by: Bhaskar Chowdhury <>
Changes from V1:
Fixed the subject line typo.
Measured unwanted blank lines insertion.

fs/dlm/lock.c | 6 +++---
1 file changed, 3 insertions(+), 3 deletions(-)

diff --git a/fs/dlm/lock.c b/fs/dlm/lock.c
index 002123efc6b0..b00001c36ed5 100644
--- a/fs/dlm/lock.c
+++ b/fs/dlm/lock.c
@@ -91,7 +91,7 @@ static void del_timeout(struct dlm_lkb *lkb);
static void toss_rsb(struct kref *kref);

- * Lock compatibilty matrix - thanks Steve
+ * Lock compatibility matrix - thanks Steve
* UN = Unlocked state. Not really a state, used as a flag
* PD = Padding. Used to make the matrix a nice power of two in size
* Other states are the same as the VMS DLM.
@@ -2357,14 +2357,14 @@ static int _can_be_granted(struct dlm_rsb *r, struct dlm_lkb *lkb, int now,
* 6-5: But the default algorithm for deciding whether to grant or
* queue conversion requests does not by itself guarantee that such
* requests are serviced on a "first come first serve" basis. This, in
- * turn, can lead to a phenomenon known as "indefinate postponement".
+ * turn, can lead to a phenomenon known as "indefinite postponement".
* 6-7: This issue is dealt with by using the optional QUECVT flag with
* the system service employed to request a lock conversion. This flag
* forces certain conversion requests to be queued, even if they are
* compatible with the granted modes of other locks on the same
* resource. Thus, the use of this flag results in conversion requests
- * being ordered on a "first come first servce" basis.
+ * being ordered on a "first come first serve" basis.
* DCT: This condition is all about new conversions being able to occur
* "in place" while the lock remains on the granted queue (assuming
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