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Re: A short digression on FOSS (Re: understanding speculative preallocat

To: Jay Ashworth <jra@xxxxxxxxxxx>
Subject: Re: A short digression on FOSS (Re: understanding speculative preallocation)
From: aurfalien <aurfalien@xxxxxxxxx>
Date: Sat, 27 Jul 2013 19:08:32 -0700
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On Jul 27, 2013, at 6:50 PM, Jay Ashworth wrote:

> ----- Original Message -----
>> From: "aurfalien" <aurfalien@xxxxxxxxx>
>>> 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.
> You bet; we've put dozens of TB on and off it in 9 years of running
> MythTV.  And in the 2 instances where it's blown its brains out, 
> Dave, in particular, has been very helpful in putting it back together;
> it's a little unnerving, actually, to look the handle up after an 
> IRC chat and discover you had the lead dev on the phone.
>> I was really intrigued by his and Linus's back and forth not to long
>> ago, some great knowledge for sure.
> I was watching that; I didn't see it end.  Did it?

Not really but I'm waiting :)

>> This list is great so filter whats applicable and toss the rest in a
>> bit bucket.
> As it happens, though, My Sister's DVR is *not* the only machine with
> Really Big Filesystems on it*, and it really does matter to me what the
> development policies are on critical subsystems like this; hence my 
> query above.
> I really really *love* SuSE, after 8 years, but they've made a critical 
> change I simply can't tolerate for commercial use, and I'm going to have
> to pick a new distro.  (And anyone who says "well, just switch to SLES" 
> either forgets that that's $1200/server/year, or forgets where Linux came
> from in the first place...)
> CentOS is the only thing that's anywhere close.

If it RHEL/CentOS really is the only option, then perhaps get one box on RHEL 
and submit bugs for it.

- aurf
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