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Date:	Thu, 12 Jun 2008 09:02:35 +0000 (GMT)
From:	Holger Kiehl <>
To:	Nick Dokos <>
Cc:	"Aneesh Kumar K.V" <>,,
	linux-kernel <>
Subject: Re: Performance of ext4 

On Wed, 11 Jun 2008, Nick Dokos wrote:

> Holger Kiehl <> wrote:
>> Against a clean 2.6.26-rc5 the patchqueue does not apply. Lots of rejects.
>> The patchqueue also contains changes for defrag that are not in 2.6.26-rc5.
>> Or did you mean to apply those against the mm tree?
> Just an FYI and a data point: I was able to apply the patch queue
> against 2.6.26-rc5 (after I set up quilt correctly) without any
> problems.
I have never used quilt, so how do I set it up correctly? I am using
Fedora 9 and have copied all patches from ext4-patch-queue into
2.6.26-rc5/patches. Then I always issue the following command in
2.6.26-rc5 directory:

      quilt push

That works until it comes to patch patches/ext4_ialloc-flexbg.patch when
it gets lots of rejects. So how do I set this up correctly?


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