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SubjectRe: [PATCH 1/2] mm: page_alloc: simplify pageblock migratetype check in __free_one_page().
On 2 Apr 2022, at 3:52, Kalle Valo wrote:

> Kalle Valo <> writes:
>> David Hildenbrand <> writes:
>>> On 01.04.22 16:22, David Hildenbrand wrote:
>>>> On 01.04.22 16:19, Zi Yan wrote:
>>>>> On 1 Apr 2022, at 10:12, David Hildenbrand wrote:
>>>>>> On 01.04.22 15:58, Zi Yan wrote:
>>>>>> It's weird, your mails arrive on my end as empty body with attachment. I
>>>>>> first suspected Thunderbird, but I get the same result on the google
>>>>>> mail web client.
>>>>>> Not sure why that happens.
>>>>> No idea. They look fine (except mangled links by outlook) on my outlook
>>>>> desk client and web client on my side. lore looks OK too:
>>>> I can spot in the raw mail I receive
>>>> "Content-Type: application/octet-stream; x-default=true"
>>>> But that seems to differ to the lore mail:
>>>> Maybe something in my mail server chain decides to do some nasty
>>>> conversion (grml, wouldn't be the first time)
>>> Weird thing is that this only happens with your mails. I opened an
>>> internal ticket, sorry for the noise.
>> Zi's patch emails I received didn't have Content-Type, that might have
>> something to do with this. (But his reply later in the thread did have
>> one.) Also last week I got one patch email with no Content-Type either
>> and my Gnus decided to convert it to octet-stream, I guess to be on the
>> safe side. No idea if something similar is happening to you, but wanted
>> to mention it anyway.

The emails I got from linux-mm mailing list do not have Content-Type either,
but the ones I got directly from my git-send-email have it. David is in the
cc list, so the emails sent to him should have Content-Type.

FYI, I sent the emails using git 2.35.1 via and have

> Just to clarify, I assumed Gnus was doing the conversion to octet-stream
> but I never verified that.
> Heh, interestingly enough that patch was sent from
> Is that just a coincidence or are Redhat servers doing something
> strange? If you find out, do let me know. I'm very curious :)

Best Regards,
Yan, Zi
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