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SubjectRe: Linux Stability & cold.system
> > That's why the implementors are usually no good testers for their own
> > stuff. They don't want to see it break.

Alan Cox:
> The real reason is much more fundamental than that. Implementors generally
> do test code but they tend to have included in the code all the checks for
> things that they thought might be unusual and break it. Those they didnt think
> of in the code they wont normally think of in the testing

Certainly. But whatever the exact reason is, there's really a need for
a ingeniously devilish test. And I use it as kind of an excuse for me
that the affs is so lousy in many respects. ;-)

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Hans-Joachim Widmaier

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