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    Btrfs: shift all end_io work to thread pools · cad321ad
    Chris Mason authored
    
    
    bio_end_io for reads without checksumming on and btree writes were
    happening without using async thread pools.  This means the extent_io.c
    code had to use spin_lock_irq and friends on the rb tree locks for
    extent state.
    
    There were some irq safe vs unsafe lock inversions between the delallock
    lock and the extent state locks.  This patch gets rid of them by moving
    all end_io code into the thread pools.
    
    To avoid contention and deadlocks between the data end_io processing and the
    metadata end_io processing yet another thread pool is added to finish
    off metadata writes.
    Signed-off-by: default avatarChris Mason <chris.mason@oracle.com>
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