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>> So does Redhat/Suse/??? ship XFS yet? 
>>
>> john
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>
>Mandrake has had XFS support in the default boot kernel since 8.0.
>AFAIK, Suse
>and Slackware also have XFS capable kernels now too.

for what its worth, MSC.Linux supports it on IA32 and IA64 :-)

In my opinion the non-inclosure in the mainline kernel is the most
important reason not to use XFS (or any other FS). Which in turn
massively reduces the tester base. It is a shame, because for some type
of applications it performs great, or better than anything else.

Martin
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