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SubjectRe: RFC: what's in a stable series?
On Thu, Jul 10, 2003 at 12:54:52AM -0300, Marcelo Tosatti wrote:
> The quota patches have been around for a long time, and Jan Kara has been
> trying to include for sometime now (since 2.4.20/21). I tried to avoid it.
>
> Now I realized the possible drawbacks of it are minimal (if any) compared
> to the overall advantage it brings to Linux 2.4.

Also the quota patches don't change any ABI or API - userland can still
use the old ABI in addition to the new one, 16bit ondisk quotas are
still supported and filesystems couldn't care less which implementation
it plugs into - the API is the same.

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