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SubjectRe: Scaling noise
On Thu, Sep 04, 2003 at 03:50:31AM +0200, Daniel Phillips wrote:
> There are other arguments, such as how complex locking is, and how it will
> never work correctly, but those are noise: it's pretty much done now, the
> complexity is still manageable, and Linux has never been more stable.

yeah, right. I'm not sure what you are smoking but I'll avoid your dealer.

Your politics are showing, Daniel. Try staying focussed on the technical
merits and we can have a discussion. Otherwise you just get ignored.
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