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SubjectRe: mode data=journal in ext3. Is it safe to use?
Dave Jones wrote:

>On Wed, Jun 16, 2004 at 10:35:50PM -0700, Hans Reiser wrote:
>
> > >the reluctance of the developers to adapt to the 4K kernel stacks in
> > >2.6.recent,
> > >
> > do you use them? I don't know real users who do, or else I would be
> > quicker to care.
>
>The Fedora Core 2 kernel (and what will be RHEL4) is currently
>using 4K stacks. This makes up quite a large userbase.
>
>
Sigh. I guess we have to support it then.

Chris, are you up to doing it?

> > On the one hand, you complain about how we were unstable, and on the
> > other hand you complain about how we aren't willing to destabilize the
> > code to add new features to what is no longer the development branch.
> > Seems pretty inconsistent logically to me.
>
>If you really are reluctant it fix it, there's always the option of
>marking CONFIG_REISER4 as dependant on CONFIG_BROKEN if CONFIG_4KSTACKS
>is selected.
>
> Dave
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