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SubjectRe: [ users] XZ Migration discussion
On 02/12/2010 06:01 AM, Jean Delvare wrote:
> 1* Keep a single compression format. This saves almost 40% of the
> files.
> 2* Move one of the compression formats somewhere else, so that it
> doesn't get in the way but is still available if needed.

Neither of these are feasible, sorry.

> 3* Create a new subdirectory for every 2.6.x kernel, and move all the
> related files there. This would shrink the main index drastically, and
> each subdirectory would have a reasonable size (except maybe 2.6.16 and
> 2.6.27.) Oddly enough this has been done for the files under testing/
> already, so I am curious why we don't do it for the release files (and
> the testing/incr/ files, while we're at it.)

Well, part of the reason why is that we're functionally "stuck" on 2.6;
a prefix which really has lost all meaning.

It might open up the question if we shouldn't just do a Solaris and drop
the leading 2 (so the next kernel would be 6.33) or call the kernel
after that 3.0 instead of 2.6.34, and then 3.1 instead of 2.6.35.


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