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SubjectRe: SATA support merge in 2.4.27
On Fri, Apr 16, 2004 at 10:51:02AM -0300, Marcelo Tosatti wrote:
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> Marcelo,
>
> You are suggesting that 2.6 is not stable ? How could that be ?

It is stable, but some people still use 2.4 for production machines, and
will still do for sometime.

> Should it not be backported to 2.2 and why not 2.0 ?

The amount of people using 2.2/2.0 and SATA is probably small.

But sure, why dont you start the backport ?

> What about the rest of the feature sets ?

This is not like "the rest of the feature sets", this is
basic functionality needed to support new systems in the market.

And again, unfortunately not everyone is running v2.6 on their production
environment, yet.

> Necessary? But their is the new and improved called 2.6.
> It is time for the old and lousy to quietly wimper off and die.

Right, the old and lousy should wimper off and die. But this is
a special case (a lot of people are applying SATA by hand, look at lkml).

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