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SubjectRe: [Announce] BKL shifting into drivers and filesystems - beware
On Thu, 13 Jul 2000, Alan Cox wrote:

> > freeze will be in three months, and VFS/VM code freeze will be in 6 weeks.
> > Sorry, I'd like to see 2.4 ship in three months, but I am hearing people guess
> > that it won't ship this year, and if they are right maybe we will be best off
> > admitting it.
>
> 6 weeks to fix the VM is too short. But then I think we may have
> to accept that we dont get the VM perfect until 2.5. We just
> need to get it back working as well as 2.0 did

The new VM subsystem will be available as a series of
"new VM sneak preview" patches. I'll make sure to give
you one which is stable and works well enough that we
can integrate it into 2.4 later on (eg at 2.4.10).

Since VM is basically a performance issue, I don't think
we should let it hold up 2.4 release. Sure there are some
minor stability issues in extreme cases, but no more than
with 2.2 VM.

regards,

Rik
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-- Miguel de Icaza, UKUUG 2000

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