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>> > So does Redhat/Suse/??? ship XFS yet? 
>>
>> Don't know about RedHat & others, but SuSE _does_ ship XFS.
>>
>
>
>I should probably keep out of the discussion and I am not presenting
>this as an argument for inclusion, but for an incomplete list of XFS
>users and distribution including it look here:
>
>
>http://oss.sgi.com/projects/xfs/xfs_users.html
>
>
>Steve
Steve,

[shameless plug to follow]

you may add MSC.linux (http://www.msclinux.com) to your list. We
support it since day one. Probably not a mainstream reference, but we
are working in an application field that can make good use of XFS.

[end of shamelse plug]

Your list of users is great, but without mainstream support its growth
will be severely limited.

OK, but I understand people are working to change that for 2.6 :-)

Cheers
Martin
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Martin Knoblauch
Senior System Architect
MSC.software GmbH
Am Moosfeld 13
D-81829 Muenchen, Germany

e-mail: martin.knoblauch@mscsoftware.com
http://www.mscsoftware.com
Phone/Fax: +49-89-431987-189 / -7189
Mobile: +49-174-3069245

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