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    GFS2: Read resource groups on mount · a365fbf3
    Steven Whitehouse authored
    
    
    This makes mount take slightly longer, but at the same time, the first
    write to the filesystem will be faster too. It also means that if there
    is a problem in the resource index, then we can refuse to mount rather
    than having to try and report that when the first write occurs.
    
    In addition, to avoid recursive locking, we hvae to take account of
    instances when the rindex glock may already be held when we are
    trying to update the rbtree of resource groups.
    
    Signed-off-by: default avatarSteven Whitehouse <swhiteho@redhat.com>
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