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SubjectRe: [PATCH 0/7] dlm: overview
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On Thursday 28 April 2005 20:33, David Lang wrote:
> how is this UUID that doesn't need to be touched by an admin, and will
> always work in all possible networks (including insane things like backup
> servers configured with the same name and IP address as the primary with
> NAT between them to allow them to communicate) generated?
>
> there are a lot of software packages out there that could make use of
> this.

Please do not argue that the 32 bit node ID ints should be changed to uuids,
please find another way to accommodate your uuids.

Regards,

Daniel
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