We currently has a bunch of problems with type conflicts between
XFS and Linux. Also, there are problems getting big files ( > 2^32 ) to
work correctly. This is being address. Internally, we call this the LFS
work since it requires having the LFS patch (which I think is now all ther
The Volume management work is separate from the LFS (Large File Support) work.
Have you tried running McVoy's lmbench?
How did it crash?
>> 8.) LFS/Volume managers (Linuxcare)
>What are you referring to with LFS? Aren't you just going to use Linux's LVM or
>are the two one and the same?
>> I think we need to stop thinking about performance until we have the above
>> completed. On the other hand, we need to keep fixing bugs/problems that
>> the "community" reports.
>There is certainly no point in focusing on performance until the bugs are
>You can't really focus on performance when benchmarks (McVoy's lmbench
>specifically) crash the system.