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    SubjectNo update needed under 2.2.8 ?
    The 'Cutting Edge Change Listing' web page 
    ( http://edge.linuxhq.com/changelist.cgi?show=2.2. )
    says :

    [ 2.2.8 ] - Released 11-May-99 23:59 (patch [bz2]) (source [bz2])
    Notes: Due to the changes in this kernel's buffer code, you may want
    to disable the update (bdflush) daemon in your init scripts.

    So I dont need /sbin/update anymore ??
    I read the sources ( I'm not sure which ones ! ) and it
    seems that now update gets some error response and fails back to
    some old behaviour, when it call sync() every 30 secs.
    Maybe I should comment out update.

    What do you think ?

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