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SubjectRe: Are we going too fast?
On 2001-08-13 15:11 Alan Cox wrote:
> > emergency sync) when attempting to use 'ls' on a mounted QNX filesystem
> > (ls comes up fine, then system crashes - nothing sent to syslog, no errors
> > on screen, nothing!) - and this latest is with 2.4.8!
>
> The qnxfs code is experimental - so I can believe it might fail in 2.4. I'd
> be very interested in info on that one.

The qnxfs code is really quite stable - that's the first time in more than a
year that I hear of any problem reading a qnx file-system; actually, I've been
considering removing the 'experimental' tag, but now I'll reconsider...

Incidentally, I use the qnxfs in a production environment here (tried'em all
up to 2.4.7 - guess I'll better switch to 2.4.8 right now to check, although
the qnxfs code has not changed from 2.4.7)

I'll be very interested in hearing what you find out.

cheers
Anders (maintainer, qnx4fs)
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In practice there is." - Yogi Berra
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