My apologies, I'm used to our version/settings of Mailman, which don't
mind HTMl. Also, I spoke w/ my employer, and I should be fine to do a
bit of stability testing/benchmarking on a machine I have. I can't
dedicate a lot (more than a few hours each week) of time, but I'm
willing to help.
On Fri, 2001-11-02 at 08:31, Eric Sandeen wrote:
> Hi Derek -
> Please don't send HTML mail to the list, our overzealous filters bounce
> it. :( But welcome to the list, and hopefully someone can answer your
> questions below...
> Derek Richardson <derek.richardson@xxxxxxx> wrote:
> > All,
> > Hello, I'm a new subscribee, was wondering if anyone knows of any
> > statistics regarding XFS filesystem use in a serious production
> > environment, or has personal experience (I take it there's quite a bit
> > here...). By serious production, I mean a cluster environment (12+
> > racks of 32+1 nodes, external fibre disk array, large - 10+ GB - file
> > r/w's, etc.) that needs to maintain 99% or better uptime. I'm planning
> > on using either the 2.4.3-12 kernel (standard RedHat, XFS patched in by
> > SGI - retrieved from the 1.0.1 release section of oss.sgi.com) or
> > 2.4.9-7 (same) from the testing series (depending on stability and if it
> > offers any features we need). Also, I need to check w/ my employer, but
> > I might have a machine or two that I would be willing to do
> > stability/benchmark testing on. I'll get back to yall on this. But any
> > suggestions/advice/etc. about this issue would be very much
> > appreciated. Thanks in advance.
> > Regards,
> > Derek R.
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> Eric Sandeen XFS for Linux http://oss.sgi.com/projects/xfs
> sandeen@xxxxxxx SGI, Inc.
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HEY! Get that MCSE up on the altar,
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