David Lang <email@example.com> said:
> attention everyone,
> the assumption that people who use raid or nfs always use a patched kernel
> is not true.
> in many cases it is not trivial to find the newest patches and tools to go
> with them (documentation limitations) and in other cases the stock stuff
> seems to work so people don't realize there is a reason to upgrade.
What about being spammed with messages about not being able to use NFSv3
(happens here enough to be anoying, mostly Solaris NFS servers + selfcompiled
(stock) kernels on RH)? And no clear way to get at said patches sure
doesn't help to get them tested, fixed and up to Linus' standards.
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