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    SubjectRe: Linux 2.4.32-rc2
    Hi Roberto,

    On Tue, Nov 01, 2005 at 09:00:29PM +0100, Roberto Nibali wrote:
    > Marcelo, Willy,
    > > There is nothing else pending for v2.4.32 on my part.
    > >
    > > Will wait a couple of days and tag it as v2.4.32.
    > I'm checking on some IPVS related code "inconsistency" regarding the
    > latest patches sent by Julian and a netfilter reference counting issue
    > on SMP. Could you hold off until Sunday with the release, please. If I
    > don't report back by then with either a bug report or bugfix, release it ;).
    > Willy, if you have time, could you check your non-i386 boxes with a
    > 2.95.x compiled 2.4.x kernel, with IPVS enabled?

    Yes, no problem, but you'll have to tell me what to test ! (a config
    or script will save me some time). I have a Sun Ultra60 (ultrasparc SMP)
    which matches your description. I just have a doubt about gcc-2.95
    availability on this box, I know I have a 3.3.6, do you think that the
    problem is gcc-related (too strong optimization or de-inlining, etc) ?

    > Also I checked back
    > with your hf7 series patches and I should like to note that the IPVS
    > related patches have been merged upstream with Marcelo for 2.4.32-rc2.

    Yes, the patches in hf7 are the same as in 2.4.32-rc2. If you want to try
    without, you can download the -split.tgz archive, they're all there.

    Please keep us informed when you have more info.

    > Thanks guys,
    > Roberto Nibali, ratz


    > --
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    > '[q]sa[ln0=aln256%Pln256/snlbx]sb3135071790101768542287578439snlbxq' | dc
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