Re: iput messages in 2.1.101

Meelis Roos (
Fri, 15 May 1998 19:20:53 +0300

BH> Your investigations have helped narrow the problem pretty well, and
BH> someone familiar with the quota code may be able to spot the problem
BH> right away. I would guess that there's an extra iput() somewhere, or
BH> else something funny is being done to steal an inode away from its
BH> dentry.

Yes, there was an iput instead of dput if I understand correctly.

Meelis Roos (

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