On Sun, 1 May 2011, Hans Schillstrom wrote:
> This patch series handles exit from a network name space.
> This is version 4
> Basically there was three faults in the netns implementation.
> - Kernel threads hold devices and preventing an exit.
> - dst cache holds references to devices.
> - Services was not always released.
> Patch 1 & 3 contains the functionality
> 4 renames funcctions
> 5 removes empty functions
> 6 Debuging.
> - Avoid to increment the usage counter for kernel threads.
> this is done in the first patch.
> - Patch 3 tries to restore the cleanup order.
> Add NETDEV_UNREGISTER notification for dst_reset
> (eleased version could not handle unregistration of netdevices.)
> Comments from Eric, Julian and Simon implmented.
> Revision 3
> Residies in patch 3
> Throttle renamed to enable.
> Comments from Julian implemented
> Check enable in ip_vs_in, ip_vs_out and ip_vs_forward_icmp*
> Remove in ip_vs_in_icmp*.
> ip_vs_svc_reset() moved into ip_vs_dst_event().
> ip_vs_service_cleanup() uses ip_vs_flush and mutex lock.
> ip_vs_unlink_service_nolock() added.
> Revision 4
> ip_vs_unlink_service_nolock() removed.
> ip_vs_flush() reverted.
> Return code check changed in stop thread.
Not sure about patch 1 but patches 2-6 in v4 look
good to me. Thanks!
Acked-by: Julian Anastasov <ja@xxxxxx>
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