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SubjectRe: Linux 2.4.10-ac11
On Thu, 11 Oct 2001, Matthias Andree wrote:

> > 2.4.10-ac11
> > o Further VM tuning (Rik van Riel)
>
> Short version: Kicks ass!

Yep, same as the results I've been seeing with Rik's patches beginning
from -ac9. Several of my machines run lots of simultaneous compiles using
both gcc and javac, and on a machine with 64megs RAM I've had great
results (much less sluggish) with Rik's tuning.

As a side note, -ac11 only contains Rik's eatcache portion; you may wish
to grab his hogstop diff against -ac11.

> However, one thing strikes me on boot: ext3fs claims it's 0.9.6, while
> the ext3 web site tells us about 0.9.10. What's going on with 2.4.x-ac
> ext3fs? Should I be concerned?

I'm using ext3-0.9.12, which Andrew Morton posted as
http://www.zip.com.au/~akpm/ext3-0.9.12_for_2.4.10-ac9 a few days ago
(note: it's unofficial, which is why it's not linked on the main page). It
applied with only tiny fuzz against -ac11. The last official patch against
the -ac tree was against 2.4.9-ac9 (0.9.9), though Robert Love did put
together a patch that compiles relatively cleanly with only 1 trivial
reject against the later .10-ac series.

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