On Tue, 2002-03-26 at 23:51, Simon Matter wrote:
> How can we convince RedHat to XFS enable their distribution?
> There must be a way, suggestions.
Naah. The right question is: "how can we convince Linus to include XFS
in the mainstream kernel?"
And the answer is quite simple: you guys are all using XFS, right? I
guess most of you know that it works just perfect on busy servers, under
high system load.
Well, go to lkml (Linux Kernel Mailing List), send a nice message
explaining how stable is XFS in production, and asking for inclusion.
If a reasonable amount of people will do that on the list, it's bound to
It's not just Red Hat, it's Linux. ;-)
"Sorry judge, we would like to publish the file formats, but the data is
not stored in files. It is stored in a database that is an indivisible
part of the operating system." - a potential future Microsoft excuse