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SubjectRe: OCFS2 1.6.0 for mainline?
Am 15.10.2011 23:03, schrieb Kyle Moffett:
> On Sat, Oct 15, 2011 at 15:26, <> wrote:
>> On Sat, 15 Oct 2011 19:49:43 +0200, Richard Weinberger said:
>>> Am 15.10.2011 19:45, schrieb
>>>> Put differently, why do you think 1.6.0 is available?
>>> OCFS2 1.6.3-1 and OCFS2 Tools 1.6.3-1 are the latest versions. The new
>>> features available in this release include Extended Attributes, POSIX
>>> ACLs, REFLINKs, Indexed Directories, Allocation Reservation, Metadata
>>> Checksums and User/Group Quotas."
>> Nice feature list, I can see why you want it. ;)
>>> Looks like it's only available for "Unbreakable Linux" subscribers.
>>> The development seems to be detached from mainline. :-(
>> Well, you have to admit it *is* an interesting business model - giving release
>> N to your customers and N-1 to the world. I just got totally mislead by the
>> quote from the Oracle site that said the development happens in mainline. ;)
> If someone who has a copy of Oracle's "Unbreakable Linux" can get
> ahold of the sources, please put them in GIT somewhere for the rest of
> us to access; it *is* GPLed software after all. Otherwise, please
> distribute the binaries to the rest of us and we will obtain the
> sources on our own. I can't find any published information on their
> website about how to obtain the sources, so someone will have to
> contact them directly.

I found this src.rpm:

linux-2.6.32/fs/ocfs2 contains OCFS2 1.6.3.

Mark, Joel, can you please port this "release" to mainline?


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