> * Andi Kleen <ak@xxxxxxx> [010429 18:30]:
> > The D state problems should be fixed by the new rwsem implementation.
> I hope. :-)
> > Of course 2.4 is still work in progress, if you want a stable kernel stay
> > with 2.2.
So much for "released" software.
> Yes, ofcourse we know we have to pay for living on the bleeding edge.
> Anyway, is XFS backported to 2.2.x? If not, then it is not a good
> solution for me, as it means I can not access my /home partition any
> more, guess why.
> I think Russel said something that it is compiling. So, what are the
> experience with it? Will the CVS tree bumped to it somewhen?
It's compiled and booted but it t'aint running very well.
I've managed to get an XFS fs mounted but it crashed shortly after
running dbench 128.
I'm not sure how long it will take to shake all the bugs out but...
> Thanks, Laszlo
Digital Elves inc. -- Currently on loan to SGI
Linux XFS core developer.