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SubjectRe: ftp.kernel.org overloaded :-(

On Sat, 29 Aug 1998, Edward S. Marshall wrote:
> Even better: just store the most recent complete tarball. Disk space is
> cut down nicely, and people can back out patches just as easily as they
> can apply them.

And whenever someone has to go back to some ancient kernel to see where a
problem begins, what does he do? Get and reverse all patches, instead of
some tarballs?

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