January 15, 2002

Linux 2.5.1-dj15

Author: JT Smith

Dave Jones: "Various pending items, and a merge with some of the bits from
Alan's new 2.4 branch. This one also includes some more experimental
bits, Aunt Tillie may want to give this one a miss."
Patch against 2.5.1 vanilla is available from:
ftp://ftp.xx.kernel.org/pub/linux/kernel/people/davej/patches/2.5/

 -- Davej.

2.5.1-dj15
o   Merge selective bits of 2.4.18pre3ac1 & ac2
    | Drop rmap (except for rate-limit oom_kill change),
        | IDE changes & 32bit uid quota
o   Add 'nowayout' module param for watchdogs.          (Matt Domsch)
o   BSD partition fixes.                                (Andries
Brouwer)
o   wavelan_cs update                                   (Jean
Tourrilhes)
o   Numerous LVM fixes.                                 (andersg)
o   Prevent ramdisk buffercache corruption.             (Andrea
Arcangeli)
o   MS_ASYNC implementation.                            (Andrea,
Andrew Morton)
o   Truncate blocks when prepare_write() fails.         (Andrea,
Andrew Morton)
o   winbond-840 OOM handling.                           (Manfred
Spraul)
o   Natsemi OOM handling.                               (Manfred
Spraul)
o   Eliminate some stalls in i386 syscall path.         (Alex
Khripin)
o   Export release_console_sem()                        (Andrew
Morton)
o   Remove bogus sbp2 changes.                          (Christoph
Hellwig)
o   Remove i386 mmu_context.h                           (Me)
o   Remove reiserfs build warnings.                     (Me)
o   Fix ignorance of SCSI I/O errors.                   (Peter
Osterlund)
o   Fix IDE floppy thinko.                              (Luc Van
Oostenryck)
o   Radeonfb compile fixes.                             (Erik
Andersen)
o   Radeonfb flat panel support.                        (Michael
Clark)
o   Remove bogus extraneous return.                     (Paul
Gortmaker)
o   Fix potential oom-killer race.                      (Andres
Salomon)
o   Fix bio + highmem bounce BUG().                     (Jens Axboe)
o   PATH_MAX fixes.                                     (Rusty
Russell)
o   Frame buffer _setcolreg changes.                    (James
Simmons)

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