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Date:   Wed, 21 Dec 2022 12:34:23 +0100
From:   Aleksandr Nogikh <>
To:     "Theodore Ts'o" <>
Cc:     Lee Jones <>,
        syzbot <>,,,,,,,,,
Subject: Re: kernel BUG in ext4_free_blocks (2)

On Mon, Dec 19, 2022 at 7:15 PM Theodore Ts'o <> wrote:
< ... >
> It's not obvious what you mean by the "main page" of the namespace.
> I'm guessing, but from the bug report page, there is a horizontal set
> of icons, "Open", "Fixed", "Invalid" .... (which all have the same
> icons), that the "Open" icon is the one that gets to the main page?


> Assuming that this[1] is what was meant by "main page" (which is also
> implied by the URL, but it's otherwise **really** not obvious), where
> is the list of tested trees?
> [1]

I've just deployed the changes that add the page with the list of the
tested repositories as well as a link to it from the "main page" (look
above the table with instances). For Android, we indeed don't test
many trees:

For Linux upstream, there are more trees:

> At least for the android-5-10 namespace, why not just
> say, "I don't see that commit on the git branch <explicit git repo and
> branch name>"?

Now such email messages will include the kernel name and some of the
tested repositories (with the link to the full list page). E.g.


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