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SubjectRe: USB storage no-boot regression (bisected)
Greg KH wrote:
> On Tue, Apr 14, 2009 at 10:35:59PM -0400, Jeff Garzik wrote:
>>> Like Arjan said, this is because we are initializing faster now, and
>>> things are a bit more asynchronous. Use the root_delay boot option,
>>> that's what I use for my USB-based systems, and have not had a problem
>>> with that at all.
>> Is that solution really scalable to every user with a regression severe
>> enough it prevents them from booting?
>>
>> When did regressions become an acceptable tradeoff for speed?
>
> So, we aren't allowed to go faster?

Well, when the result fails to boot, you are only going faster to a point :)

Oh well...

Jeff




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