Pardon me if the question seems elementary. Has the XFS code been integrated
into the 2.4.2
kernel? If so where may I obtain a patch or a copy of the patched sources?
So far I have experienced
alot of istability with the 2.4.0 kernel and I am anxious to move on the
something more stable.
"Pino Z." wrote:
> Changes: Linus' 2.4.2 tree was merged. A change to sr.c was backed out.
> The moxa smartio driver was fixed. More i2o config time is now allowed for
> slow calls. Aty128fb updates were made.
> *The "loop" name was added to the root dev names.*
> Further spelling cleanups were done.
> Bogus warning emissions from aha1740 were removed, as well as surplus
> assignment in vmalloc, and an unneeded ifdef in i386/kernel/irq.c. Ad
> oor-locking ioctl was added to ide-floppy.
> SCSI disk opening O_NDELAY is now allowed for removables. Cosa compile
> warnings were
> fixed. Dumpable/setuid write ordering was cleaned up. The 3ware crashes
> were hopefully fixed.
> License: GNU General Public License (GPL) - Release focus: Minor bugfixes
> On Thursday 22 February 2001 17:18, you wrote:
> > Jens, I don't see anything about the loop fixes in the changelog... did
> > that make it in?
> > -Eric
> > Jens Axboe wrote:
> > > On Thu, Feb 22 2001, Giuseppe Zompatori wrote:
> > > > It seems like the elevator bug has been fixed finally :-)
> > >
> > > There are no known cases of people being hit by this bug, so
> > > it was in no way crucial. Machines have run for days doing
> > > heavy I/O, specweb99 tests etc, no problems noticed. Maybe
> > > you are confusing this bug with some discussed here earlier?
> > >
> > > Still, it's nice to have it fixed :-)
> > >
> > > --
> > > Jens Axboe