On Jul 27, 2013, at 2:00 PM, Jay Ashworth wrote:
> ----- Original Message -----
>> From: "Stan Hoeppner" <stan@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
>> On 7/26/2013 2:43 PM, Jay Ashworth wrote:
>>> But to address your specific point, I don't believe that RH is going
>>> base its opinion on what time its employees spend supporting the
>>> of the FOSS ecosystem on whether the relevant distro was copied from
>>> or not -- and I will be disappointed, publicly, and vocally, if they
>> On 7/26/2013 8:26 PM, Dave Chinner wrote:
> In a message which, for some reason, I do not see here in my list folder;
> (it wasn't in my inbox either; this seems a running thing)
>>> Disclaimer: I'm the primary RHEL XFS developer, employed by Red Hat.
>>> CentOS is a rebadged RHEL product that is released for free. If you
>>> want bugs fixed in CentOS, then generally you are on your own. If
>>> you want paid support where people will fix problems you have, you
>>> need to pay for RHEL.
>>> You get what you pay for.
>> Jay, I'm awaiting your public and vocal disappointment. BTW, Dave has
>> stated this position regarding CentOS many times. I'm guessing you're
>> new to the XFS list (July 13 maybe) or simply missed such prior posts
>> if you've been lurking much longer.
> I am new to the list, yes. But -- and I can only reply to what you
> quoted here; apologies to DC if it's less than what he wrote -- I am
> in fact disappointed: in Dave for the strawman reply. No one, that I
> saw, *reported bugs or asked for support* with CentOS.
> The question -- and it was coming from someone who sounded like
> they had read their Raymond, Moen, and Tatham, was "how do I
> determine *which version of the XFS drivers* is in the kernel
> I'm running, so that I can helpfully report my problems to the list".
> If Dave thinks *that* question is out of bounds, then when I do my
> rotating reformat to recover from my recent power supply induced
> crash, XFS will not be the file system I pick off the pulldown menu
> to reformat with.
Well, you'll be missing out. Who cares what any one thinks in terms of Free vs
Fee paradigms, XFS is simply a rockin FS.
Been using it since the Irix days and never really got into any optional flags
during creation or mounting etc until now.
Actually, Dave and others who reply to my posts helped me understand what I've
been blindly doing for years and that knowledge carries over to other FS's.
I was really intrigued by his and Linus's back and forth not to long ago, some
great knowledge for sure.
This list is great so filter whats applicable and toss the rest in a bit bucket.