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SubjectRe: Linux 2.4.21-rc6
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On Thursday 05 June 2003 05:54, Pavel Machek wrote:
> Hi!
>
> > > Ok, so you can reproduce the hangs reliably EVEN with -rc6, Marc?
> >
> > well, even if you mean Marc Wilson, I also have to say something (as I've
> > written in my previous email some days ago)
> >
> > The pauses/stops are _a lot_ less than w/o the fix but they are _not_
> > gone. Tested with 2.4.21-rc6.
>
> If hangs are not worse than 2.4.20, then I'd go ahead with release....
>
>
I have -rc6 running on a P4 for a few days, doing the test script,
compiles, Opera and found it to be comparable to 2.4.18.

It also does well on slower machines of about 1/4 the the CPU and disk
bandwidth.

IMHO, interactivity is reasonable (again just IMHO), and others
may disagree.

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