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[linux-lvm] Inconsistent LVM code in 2.4.23-rc1



James G. Sack (jim)  wrote:

> 1587,1588c1587
> < 	if (minor >= ABS_MAX_VG) {
> < 		kfree(vg_ptr);
> ---
>> 	if (minor >= ABS_MAX_VG)
> 1590d1588
> < 	}
> 1658c1656,1657
> < 				goto copy_fault;
> ---
>> 				lvm_do_vg_remove(minor);
>> 				return -EFAULT;
> 1669c1668,1669
> < 				goto copy_fault;
> ---
>> 				lvm_do_vg_remove(minor);
>> 				return -EFAULT;
> 1679c1679,1680
> < 			goto copy_fault;
> ---
>> 			lvm_do_vg_remove(minor);
>> 			return -EFAULT;
> 1682c1683,1684
> < 			goto copy_fault;
> ---
>> 			lvm_do_vg_remove(minor);
>> 			return -EFAULT;
> 1697,1700d1698
> < copy_fault:
> < 	lvm_do_vg_remove(minor);
> < 	vfree(snap_lv_ptr);
> < 	return -EFAULT;

I believe that these changes were done in *kernel lvm_1.0.5+* release.

> 2597c2595
> < 		vg_ptr->pe_allocated -= old_lv->lv_allocated_le;
> ---
>> 		vg_ptr->pe_allocated -= old_lv->lv_allocated_snapshot_le;
> 2598a2597
>> 		old_lv->lv_allocated_snapshot_le = new_lv->lv_allocated_le;

rest are 1.0.7 -> 1.0.8 'official' changes

I sent to marcelo a diff 1.0.7 kernel version vs 1.0.8 sistina last days
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