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On 22 Feb 2003 18:20:19 GMT, Alan Cox wrote:
> I think people overestimate the numbner of large boxes badly. Several IDE
> pre-patches didn't work on highmem boxes. It took *ages* for people to
> actually notice there was a problem. The desktop world is still 128-256Mb

IDE on big boxes? Is that crack I smell burning? A desktop with 4 GB
is a fun toy, but bigger than *I* need, even for development purposes.
But I don't think EMC, Clariion (low end EMC), Shark, etc. have any
IDE products for my 8-proc 16 GB machine... And running pre-patches in
a production environment that might expose this would be a little
silly as well.

Probably a bad example to extrapolate large system numbers from.

gerrit
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