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Date:   Wed, 28 Nov 2018 15:17:14 +0000
Subject: [Bug 201685] ext4 file system corruption

--- Comment #64 from Jens Axboe ( ---
(In reply to Jimmy.Jazz from comment #62)
> In that case, Jens Axboe 4.19.4 patch does its work. I'm bisecting the
> kernel on a 4.19.4 patched kernel version. The only fs that's stay corrupt
> after each reboot is my backup partition (sig).
> Could someone investigate in that direction please ?

How certain are you that my 4.19 patch fixes the issue completely for you? If
100%, can you also try with 4.19.4 + just the first hunk of that patch? In
other words, only apply the part to block/blk-core.c, not the one to


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