Merge tag 'trace-fixes-v3.14-rc7-v2' of git://

Pull tracing fix from Steven Rostedt:
 "While on my flight to Linux Collaboration Summit, I was working on my
  slides for the event trigger tutorial.  I booted a 3.14-rc7 kernel to
  perform what I wanted to teach and cut and paste it into my slides.
  When I tried the traceon event trigger with a condition attached to it
  (turns tracing on only if a field of the trigger event matches a
  condition set by the user), nothing happened.  Tracing would not turn
  on.  I stopped working on my presentation in order to find what was

  It ended up being the way trace event triggers work when they have
  conditions.  Instead of copying the fields, the condition code just
  looks at the fields that were copied into the ring buffer.  This works
  great, unless tracing is off.  That's because when the event is
  reserved on the ring buffer, the ring buffer returns a NULL pointer,
  this tells the tracing code that the ring buffer is disabled.  This
  ends up being a problem for the traceon trigger if it is using this
  information to check its condition.

  Luckily the code that checks if tracing is on returns the ring buffer
  to use (because the ring buffer is determined by the event file also
  passed to that field).  I was able to easily solve this bug by
  checking in that helper function if the returned ring buffer entry is
  NULL, and if so, also check the file flag if it has a trace event
  trigger condition, and if so, to pass back a temp ring buffer to use.
  This will allow the trace event trigger condition to still test the
  event fields, but nothing will be recorded"

* tag 'trace-fixes-v3.14-rc7-v2' of git://
  tracing: Fix traceon trigger condition to actually turn tracing on