Re: 9/10 intermezzos prefer eating memory

From: Andrew Morton
Date: Sun May 09 2004 - 04:37:59 EST

"Peter J. Braam" <braam@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> Hi Andrew,
> I would just like to say that I have no difficulties with intermezzo being
> rm -rf'd. There are probably only a handful of users.
> In the past 4 years nobody has supported InterMezzo sufficiently for it to
> become successful. I have been fortunate to get really good support for the
> Lustre project. So I have focussed on that. Lustre 1.X has become really
> solid.
> The disconnected operation, caching and mirroring functionality of
> InterMezzo will become available in Lustre as a new feature in version 2.
> So I see no point in keeping InterMezzo if it is a nuisance.
> I am also entirely happy to ask my one part time InterMezzo programmer to do
> a better job of repeatedly sending pathes until they are in.
> Please guide me along. Thanks!

Thanks - such opportunities are all too rare.

Are there any distro people out there who have a significant Intermezzo
user base, or who see any problems with this?
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