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SubjectRe: XFS in the main kernel
Luigi Genoni wrote:
>
> On Tue, 23 Apr 2002, Martin Knoblauch wrote:
>
> > > Re: XFS in the main kernel
> > >
> > definitely. Unless XFS is in the mainline kernel (marked as
> > experimantal if necessary) it will not get good exposure.
>
> XFS needs 2.5, not 2.4, because of a lot of reasons.
> If I do remember well a strong obiection to XFS is that it introduces a
> kernel thread to emulate Irix behavious to talk with pagebuf (a la Irix),
> end to have an interface with VM and Block Device layer.
>
> This forces some vincles.
>

No problem with XFS going into 2.5 mainline, but not 2.4. But - is that
happening?

Martin
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