Re: [Patch 3/3] delay accounting: temporarily enable by default

From: Voluspa
Date: Mon Jul 17 2006 - 18:34:19 EST

On 2006-07-17 21:56:03 Shailabh Nagar wrote:
> Enable delay accounting by default so that feature gets coverage testing
> without requiring special measures/

It's bloody hot in Sweden right now, and this is no Cool Aid.

> Earlier, it was off by default and had to be enabled via a boot time
> param. This patch reverses the default behaviour to improve coverage
> testing.

If it hasn't already received enough testing, what's it doing here?

> It can be removed late in the kernel development cycle if its
> believed users shouldn't have to incur any cost if they don't want
> delay accounting.

We bloody well shouldn't have.

> Or it can be retained forever if the utility of the
> stats is deemed common enough to warrant keeping the feature on.

It bloody well shouldn't be.

Corporate bloat should be hidden and buried below 45 metres of
disgusting cow dung so that innocent users don't get smelled up.

Mats Johannesson
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