On 6 Sep 2000, Henrik [ISO-8859-1] StÝrner wrote:
> In <Pine.LNX.email@example.com> Linus Torvalds <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
> >How about this patch?
> >NOTE NOTE NOTE! I'm on my way home now to be a family man, so I've not
> >actually tested it AT ALL. You have been warned.
> "When in doubt, always mount a scratch monkey"
> I have a spare partition for this kind of tests, and I am happy to
> report that a quick test this morning shows:
> * the innd data corruption that started this whole thread appears
> to be solved;
That's really cool. It means that innd problem was really due to the
we-don't-zero-out-block-tail bug. Wow. It was a looong way from 2.3.7...
> * I could not trigger any data corruption by a simple
> "fire up mutt and delete some mails in the inbox" test.
> Definitely needs additional testing, but so far it looks good.
<knocking on the wood>
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