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Alan Cox 05-02-2008 01:25 PM

gfs2: Fix use of English
 
According to the OED and also confirmed by the British Computer Society
folks the correct verb form is "to journali[sz]e". The US favours the "s"
form and the BCS likewise. Bring GFS2 into line with English.

Documentation changes only

Signed-off-by: Alan Cox <alan@redhat.com>

diff -u --new-file --recursive --exclude-from /usr/src/exclude linux.vanilla-2.6.25-mm1/fs/gfs2/bmap.c linux-2.6.25-mm1/fs/gfs2/bmap.c
--- linux.vanilla-2.6.25-mm1/fs/gfs2/bmap.c 2008-04-28 11:36:50.000000000 +0100
+++ linux-2.6.25-mm1/fs/gfs2/bmap.c 2008-05-02 12:36:20.000000000 +0100
@@ -1025,11 +1025,11 @@
{
struct gfs2_sbd *sdp = GFS2_SB(&ip->i_inode);
struct buffer_head *dibh;
- int journaled = gfs2_is_jdata(ip);
+ int journalised = gfs2_is_jdata(ip);
int error;

error = gfs2_trans_begin(sdp,
- RES_DINODE + (journaled ? RES_JDATA : 0), 0);
+ RES_DINODE + (journalised ? RES_JDATA : 0), 0);
if (error)
return error;

diff -u --new-file --recursive --exclude-from /usr/src/exclude linux.vanilla-2.6.25-mm1/fs/gfs2/incore.h linux-2.6.25-mm1/fs/gfs2/incore.h
--- linux.vanilla-2.6.25-mm1/fs/gfs2/incore.h 2008-04-28 11:36:50.000000000 +0100
+++ linux-2.6.25-mm1/fs/gfs2/incore.h 2008-05-02 13:53:20.000000000 +0100
@@ -478,7 +478,7 @@
u32 sd_fsb2bb_shift;
u32 sd_diptrs; /* Number of pointers in a dinode */
u32 sd_inptrs; /* Number of pointers in a indirect block */
- u32 sd_jbsize; /* Size of a journaled data block */
+ u32 sd_jbsize; /* Size of a journalised data block */
u32 sd_hash_bsize; /* sizeof(exhash block) */
u32 sd_hash_bsize_shift;
u32 sd_hash_ptrs; /* Number of pointers in a hash block */
@@ -486,7 +486,7 @@
u32 sd_max_dirres; /* Max blocks needed to add a directory entry */
u32 sd_max_height; /* Max height of a file's metadata tree */
u64 sd_heightsize[GFS2_MAX_META_HEIGHT + 1];
- u32 sd_max_jheight; /* Max height of journaled file's meta tree */
+ u32 sd_max_jheight; /* Max height of journalised file's meta tree */
u64 sd_jheightsize[GFS2_MAX_META_HEIGHT + 1];

struct gfs2_args sd_args; /* Mount arguments */
diff -u --new-file --recursive --exclude-from /usr/src/exclude linux.vanilla-2.6.25-mm1/fs/gfs2/log.c linux-2.6.25-mm1/fs/gfs2/log.c
--- linux.vanilla-2.6.25-mm1/fs/gfs2/log.c 2008-04-28 11:36:50.000000000 +0100
+++ linux-2.6.25-mm1/fs/gfs2/log.c 2008-05-02 12:36:46.000000000 +0100
@@ -380,7 +380,7 @@
*
* This is complex. We need to reserve room for all our currently used
* metadata buffers (e.g. normal file I/O rewriting file time stamps) and
- * all our journaled data buffers for journaled files (e.g. files in the
+ * all our journalised data buffers for journalised files (e.g. files in the
* meta_fs like rindex, or files for which chattr +j was done.)
* If we don't reserve enough space, gfs2_log_refund and gfs2_log_flush
* will count it as free space (sd_log_blks_free) and corruption will follow.
@@ -389,9 +389,9 @@
* type gets its own log header, for which we need to reserve a block.
* In fact, each type has the potential for needing more than one header
* in cases where we have more buffers than will fit on a journal page.
- * Metadata journal entries take up half the space of journaled buffer entries.
- * Thus, metadata entries have buf_limit (502) and journaled buffers have
- * databuf_limit (251) before they cause a wrap around.
+ * Metadata journal entries take up half the space of journalised buffer
+ * entries. Thus, metadata entries have buf_limit (502) and journalised
+ * buffers have databuf_limit (251) before they cause a wrap around.
*
* Also, we need to reserve blocks for revoke journal entries and one for an
* overall header for the lot.
diff -u --new-file --recursive --exclude-from /usr/src/exclude linux.vanilla-2.6.25-mm1/fs/gfs2/lops.c linux-2.6.25-mm1/fs/gfs2/lops.c
--- linux.vanilla-2.6.25-mm1/fs/gfs2/lops.c 2008-04-28 11:36:50.000000000 +0100
+++ linux-2.6.25-mm1/fs/gfs2/lops.c 2008-05-02 12:37:08.000000000 +0100
@@ -484,7 +484,7 @@
* i) In ordered write mode
* We put the data buffer on a list so that we can ensure that its
* synced to disk at the right time
- * ii) In journaled data mode
+ * ii) In journalised data mode
* We need to journal the data block in the same way as metadata in
* the functions above. The difference is that here we have a tag
* which is two __be64's being the block number (as per meta data)
diff -u --new-file --recursive --exclude-from /usr/src/exclude linux.vanilla-2.6.25-mm1/fs/gfs2/ops_file.c linux-2.6.25-mm1/fs/gfs2/ops_file.c
--- linux.vanilla-2.6.25-mm1/fs/gfs2/ops_file.c 2008-04-28 11:36:50.000000000 +0100
+++ linux-2.6.25-mm1/fs/gfs2/ops_file.c 2008-05-02 12:37:33.000000000 +0100
@@ -535,7 +535,7 @@
* @dentry: the dentry that points to the inode to sync
*
* The VFS will flush "normal" data for us. We only need to worry
- * about metadata here. For journaled data, we just do a log flush
+ * about metadata here. For journalised data, we just do a log flush
* as we can't avoid it. Otherwise we can just bale out if datasync
* is set. For stuffed inodes we must flush the log in order to
* ensure that all data is on disk.

Steven Whitehouse 05-02-2008 04:13 PM

gfs2: Fix use of English
 
Hi,

My (shorter) OED lists "to journal" as a verb too, so I'm not convinced
that the original form was incorrect. I've also got no strong feelings
on this issue so I've applied the patch anyway. Its now in the -nmw git
tree,

Steve.

On Fri, 2008-05-02 at 14:25 +0100, Alan Cox wrote:
> According to the OED and also confirmed by the British Computer Society
> folks the correct verb form is "to journali[sz]e". The US favours the "s"
> form and the BCS likewise. Bring GFS2 into line with English.
>
> Documentation changes only
>
> Signed-off-by: Alan Cox <alan@redhat.com>
>
> diff -u --new-file --recursive --exclude-from /usr/src/exclude linux.vanilla-2.6.25-mm1/fs/gfs2/bmap.c linux-2.6.25-mm1/fs/gfs2/bmap.c
> --- linux.vanilla-2.6.25-mm1/fs/gfs2/bmap.c 2008-04-28 11:36:50.000000000 +0100
> +++ linux-2.6.25-mm1/fs/gfs2/bmap.c 2008-05-02 12:36:20.000000000 +0100
> @@ -1025,11 +1025,11 @@
> {
> struct gfs2_sbd *sdp = GFS2_SB(&ip->i_inode);
> struct buffer_head *dibh;
> - int journaled = gfs2_is_jdata(ip);
> + int journalised = gfs2_is_jdata(ip);
> int error;
>
> error = gfs2_trans_begin(sdp,
> - RES_DINODE + (journaled ? RES_JDATA : 0), 0);
> + RES_DINODE + (journalised ? RES_JDATA : 0), 0);
> if (error)
> return error;
>
> diff -u --new-file --recursive --exclude-from /usr/src/exclude linux.vanilla-2.6.25-mm1/fs/gfs2/incore.h linux-2.6.25-mm1/fs/gfs2/incore.h
> --- linux.vanilla-2.6.25-mm1/fs/gfs2/incore.h 2008-04-28 11:36:50.000000000 +0100
> +++ linux-2.6.25-mm1/fs/gfs2/incore.h 2008-05-02 13:53:20.000000000 +0100
> @@ -478,7 +478,7 @@
> u32 sd_fsb2bb_shift;
> u32 sd_diptrs; /* Number of pointers in a dinode */
> u32 sd_inptrs; /* Number of pointers in a indirect block */
> - u32 sd_jbsize; /* Size of a journaled data block */
> + u32 sd_jbsize; /* Size of a journalised data block */
> u32 sd_hash_bsize; /* sizeof(exhash block) */
> u32 sd_hash_bsize_shift;
> u32 sd_hash_ptrs; /* Number of pointers in a hash block */
> @@ -486,7 +486,7 @@
> u32 sd_max_dirres; /* Max blocks needed to add a directory entry */
> u32 sd_max_height; /* Max height of a file's metadata tree */
> u64 sd_heightsize[GFS2_MAX_META_HEIGHT + 1];
> - u32 sd_max_jheight; /* Max height of journaled file's meta tree */
> + u32 sd_max_jheight; /* Max height of journalised file's meta tree */
> u64 sd_jheightsize[GFS2_MAX_META_HEIGHT + 1];
>
> struct gfs2_args sd_args; /* Mount arguments */
> diff -u --new-file --recursive --exclude-from /usr/src/exclude linux.vanilla-2.6.25-mm1/fs/gfs2/log.c linux-2.6.25-mm1/fs/gfs2/log.c
> --- linux.vanilla-2.6.25-mm1/fs/gfs2/log.c 2008-04-28 11:36:50.000000000 +0100
> +++ linux-2.6.25-mm1/fs/gfs2/log.c 2008-05-02 12:36:46.000000000 +0100
> @@ -380,7 +380,7 @@
> *
> * This is complex. We need to reserve room for all our currently used
> * metadata buffers (e.g. normal file I/O rewriting file time stamps) and
> - * all our journaled data buffers for journaled files (e.g. files in the
> + * all our journalised data buffers for journalised files (e.g. files in the
> * meta_fs like rindex, or files for which chattr +j was done.)
> * If we don't reserve enough space, gfs2_log_refund and gfs2_log_flush
> * will count it as free space (sd_log_blks_free) and corruption will follow.
> @@ -389,9 +389,9 @@
> * type gets its own log header, for which we need to reserve a block.
> * In fact, each type has the potential for needing more than one header
> * in cases where we have more buffers than will fit on a journal page.
> - * Metadata journal entries take up half the space of journaled buffer entries.
> - * Thus, metadata entries have buf_limit (502) and journaled buffers have
> - * databuf_limit (251) before they cause a wrap around.
> + * Metadata journal entries take up half the space of journalised buffer
> + * entries. Thus, metadata entries have buf_limit (502) and journalised
> + * buffers have databuf_limit (251) before they cause a wrap around.
> *
> * Also, we need to reserve blocks for revoke journal entries and one for an
> * overall header for the lot.
> diff -u --new-file --recursive --exclude-from /usr/src/exclude linux.vanilla-2.6.25-mm1/fs/gfs2/lops.c linux-2.6.25-mm1/fs/gfs2/lops.c
> --- linux.vanilla-2.6.25-mm1/fs/gfs2/lops.c 2008-04-28 11:36:50.000000000 +0100
> +++ linux-2.6.25-mm1/fs/gfs2/lops.c 2008-05-02 12:37:08.000000000 +0100
> @@ -484,7 +484,7 @@
> * i) In ordered write mode
> * We put the data buffer on a list so that we can ensure that its
> * synced to disk at the right time
> - * ii) In journaled data mode
> + * ii) In journalised data mode
> * We need to journal the data block in the same way as metadata in
> * the functions above. The difference is that here we have a tag
> * which is two __be64's being the block number (as per meta data)
> diff -u --new-file --recursive --exclude-from /usr/src/exclude linux.vanilla-2.6.25-mm1/fs/gfs2/ops_file.c linux-2.6.25-mm1/fs/gfs2/ops_file.c
> --- linux.vanilla-2.6.25-mm1/fs/gfs2/ops_file.c 2008-04-28 11:36:50.000000000 +0100
> +++ linux-2.6.25-mm1/fs/gfs2/ops_file.c 2008-05-02 12:37:33.000000000 +0100
> @@ -535,7 +535,7 @@
> * @dentry: the dentry that points to the inode to sync
> *
> * The VFS will flush "normal" data for us. We only need to worry
> - * about metadata here. For journaled data, we just do a log flush
> + * about metadata here. For journalised data, we just do a log flush
> * as we can't avoid it. Otherwise we can just bale out if datasync
> * is set. For stuffed inodes we must flush the log in order to
> * ensure that all data is on disk.
>

Alan Cox 05-02-2008 05:38 PM

gfs2: Fix use of English
 
On Fri, 02 May 2008 17:13:29 +0100
Steven Whitehouse <swhiteho@redhat.com> wrote:

> Hi,
>
> My (shorter) OED lists "to journal" as a verb too

Ok drop the patch then, no point causing noise and argument for nothing


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