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    SubjectRe: v2.6 vs v3.0
    On Sun, Sep 29 2002, Murray J. Root wrote:
    > On Sun, Sep 29, 2002 at 11:12:29AM +0200, Jens Axboe wrote:
    > > On Sun, Sep 29 2002, jbradford@dial.pipex.com wrote:
    > > > > Anyway, people who are having VM trouble with the current 2.5.x series,
    > > > > please _complain_, and tell what your workload is. Don't sit silent and
    > > > > make us think we're good to go.. And if Ingo is right, I'll do the 3.0.x
    > > > > thing.
    > > >
    > > > I think the broken IDE in 2.5.x has meant that it got seriously less
    > > > testing overall than previous development trees :-(. Maybe after
    > > > halloween when it stabilises a bit more we'll get more reports in.
    > >
    > > 2.5 is definitely desktop stable, so please test it if you can. Until
    > > recently there was a personal show stopper for me, the tasklist
    > > deadline. Now 2.5 is happily running on my desktop as well.
    > >
    > > 2.5 IDE stability should be just as good as 2.4-ac.
    > >
    > Hmm - our definitions must be different.

    Not necessarily, you may just have worse luck than me.

    > ASUS P4S533 (SiS645DX chipset)
    > P4 2Ghz
    > 1G PC2700 RAM
    >
    > Disable SMP, enable APIC & IO APIC
    > Get "WARNING - Unexpected IO APIC found"
    > system freezes
    >
    > Disable IO APIC, enable ACPI
    > system detects ACPI, builds table, freezes.
    >
    > Disable ACPI, enable ide-scsi in the kernel
    > kernel panic analyzing hdc
    >
    > None of these have been reported because I haven't had time to do all the
    > work involved in making a report that anyone on the team will read.

    But you have time to write this email and complain that it doesn't work?
    -> /dev/null, until you send proper reports.

    --
    Jens Axboe

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