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SubjectRe: Fix for wrong OOM killer trigger?
On Fri, Sep 19, 2003 at 10:01:17PM +0200, Andrea Arcangeli wrote:
> Andrea - If you refuse to depend on closed software for a critical
> part of your business, these links may be useful:
> svn://[46]/trunk
> -------------------------
> Hope it's ok in terms of bandwidth now.
> And if you don't like the text I write in my signature, I'm sorry and I
> would simply suggest you to not read it. If you need a marker to cleanup
> it reliably just ask me and I'll be glad to add it. IMHO the value those
> services provides is too high not to advertize them as much as I
> possibly can.

Then put the URL's in the FAQ and be done with it.

I can assure you that the first time the CVS gateway has a problem it
won't come back until you have stopped being rude. You do understand
that the SVN and RSYNC data come from the CVS gateway and that the
CVS gateway comes from BitMover and that all of this crap is hosted by
BitMover, right? {cvs,svn} are cnames for

Here's a suggested replacement signature, it accomplishes your goal of
advertising the services. Why this needs to be here and not in the FAQ
is beyond me.

* SCM access to the kernel
* BitKeeper: bk://[45]
* CVS:[45]
* RSYNC:[45]/
* Subversion: svn://[46]/trunk
Larry McVoy lm at
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