On Mon, 08 Oct 2001 16:17:26 +0200,
Blizbor <tb670725@xxxxxx> wrote:
>At 10/8/01 09:07 AM, Keith Owens wrote:
>>Are you feeling lucky? The CVS tree is bleeding edge with minimal
>>testing. The kernel patches, particularly the official releases (1.0.1
>>is current) get much more testing but are against older kernels.
>Sounds interesting. I'm using only CVS tree kernels and never had problems.
>(OK - I'm using also released kernales, but only during install from CD).
>Have you any problems with CVS kernels ?
We track Linus's pre-releases so every bug Linus ships, XFS CVS gets as
well. For example, Linus 2.4.11-pre4 had broken VM under heavy loads,
it is supposed to be fixed in -pre5, we don't know if it is fixed yet.
On top of that, the XFS merge includes kdb, lvm plus its own changes,
if SGI make a mistake then the CVS tree is broken again.