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Letting the chips far where they may, I quote Theodore Y. Ts'o:
>
> From: Aaron Fredrick Tiensivu <tiensivu@cps.msu.edu>
> Date: Wed, 1 May 1996 11:25:04 -0400 (EDT)
>
> 1. Why are people so down on kerneld all of a sudden? Were all the
> nay-sayers just hiding until now? I extremely like it and it seems
> really stable.
>
>It's probably because all of us who have been using kerneld
>successfully and without a burp haven't been making any noise. It's
>only the people who are having trouble who are complaining.
>
>That being said, I'm sure there is still room for improvement in
>kerneld, to make it more robust in the face of user configuration
>mistakes.
>
> - Ted
>

And it smells too much like Solaris... next thing, the kernel messages will
disappear and be replaced by a little twirling cursor.

--Ricky


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