Comment 5 for bug 1517142

------- Comment From <email address hidden> 2016-01-21 10:10 EDT-------
The commit's author is not too "friendly" to the idea of reverting it. He keeps asking for more evidence that it crashes the system. We can easily reproduce it on our side, and by reverting the commit in Ubuntu source, we can build a kernel that does not crash anymore. The commit's author didn't provide any fix for this, things are in the same page as before.

So, what do you think about reverting this in Ubuntu even if in mainline it's not reverted yet? The iSCSI maintainer is friendly to the idea of reverting too.

In IBM's internal distro we already reverted. My recommendation is to revert in Ubuntu, if you agree.

Thanks,

Guilherme