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1. (score: 1)
Author:
Date: Wed, 24 Jul 2002 22:58:07 +0200
e
/archives/xfs/2002-09/msg00322.html (9,786 bytes)

2. n (score: 1)
Author: xxxxxxxx>
Date: Wed, 24 Jul 2002 22:58:07 +0200
ste
/archives/xfs/2002-09/msg00807.html (9,786 bytes)

3. ops (score: 1)
Author: xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: 19 Jul 2002 17:17:31 -0500
the LKML, then found this information regarding a potential roadmap over at kerneltrap.org. This is the summarized bits for 2.6 as far as order and must-haves vs. nice-to-haves vs. not-
/archives/xfs/2002-07/msg00230.html (8,115 bytes)

4. ure (score: 1)
Author: fie@xxxxxxxxx>
Date: 21 Jul 2002 12:25:04 +0200
nky. when
/archives/xfs/2002-07/msg00243.html (8,114 bytes)

5. ges (score: 1)
Author: ndeen@xxxxxxx>
Date: Mon, 22 Jul 2002 13:07:29 -0500
ryone know, I had posted a message about a stall during large directory/file copy between ext2 and XFS earlier, using cvs 2.4.19-rc1-xfs. This turned out with a happy ending: within th
/archives/xfs/2002-07/msg00252.html (10,054 bytes)

6. ops (score: 1)
Author: xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Tue, 23 Jul 2002 14:20:14 +0200
wrote on 10 Jul 2002: 1. I don't believe that xfsdump/restore is too complicated to use. It has an awful lot of options (I agree) but there are examples on what ones are needed to get a
/archives/xfs/2002-07/msg00258.html (8,813 bytes)

7. in) (score: 1)
Author: xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Tue, 23 Jul 2002 15:45:05 +0200
auter-bc.com (unknown [10.1.6.21]) by basel1.sauter-bc.com (Postfix) with ESMTP id A36D457306; Tue, 23 Jul 2002 14:08:20 +0200 (CEST) Cc: Poul Petersen <petersp@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>, linux-xf
/archives/xfs/2002-07/msg00259.html (8,847 bytes)

8. lem (score: 1)
Author: xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: 23 Jul 2002 10:49:23 -0500
ristoph Hellwig: Have you any pointers? OpenAFS is installed on any linux box here and works quite well so far... Anyway, what makes you sure, that it's OpenAFS' fault (besides that it
/archives/xfs/2002-07/msg00266.html (9,224 bytes)

9. ers (score: 1)
Author: ndeen@xxxxxxx>
Date: Tue, 23 Jul 2002 12:47:38 -0500
ring you, but we just haven't gotten to this one yet. If you have kdb enabled, you might check to see what it shows you for stacks on the hung process; compiling with egcs/kgcc usually
/archives/xfs/2002-07/msg00272.html (9,761 bytes)

10. nup (score: 1)
Author: xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Wed, 24 Jul 2002 07:36:04 +0930
ven a little bit higher than that. The last I heard, it was almost beating the Mac, which has around 4.5% market share. Anything that can beat the Mac is definitely a viable platform. -
/archives/xfs/2002-07/msg00274.html (8,291 bytes)

11. IDE (score: 1)
Author: lorin@xxxxxxx>
Date: 24 Jul 2002 14:51:11 -0500
is the shell program which call the copy program (speed_w2f_block_leak): j=0 while [ 1 ] do printf "Repetition: %d \n" "${j}" cat /proc/meminfo sleep 5 /utility/speed_w2f_block_leak 20
/archives/xfs/2002-07/msg00294.html (9,058 bytes)

12. NFS (score: 1)
Author: fie@xxxxxxxxx>
Date: Wed, 24 Jul 2002 22:58:07 +0200
web-servers, ~900GB Oracle db servers, with potentially 15+ more servers by mid 2003, with ~900GB+ databases. All XFS installed. Also, our dev environmen
/archives/xfs/2002-07/msg00297.html (10,905 bytes)

13. ny Oops (score: 1)
Author: gas <venevene@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: 19 Jul 2002 17:17:31 -0500
a kswapd oops, or other Null Pointer errors. These problems per
/archives/xfs/2002-07/msg00661.html (8,115 bytes)

14. failure (score: 1)
Author:
Date: 21 Jul 2002 12:25:04 +0200
some other hardware problem? When you switch to another filesystem and still get crashes you
/archives/xfs/2002-07/msg00674.html (8,114 bytes)

15. changes (score: 1)
Author: ric Sandeen <sandeen@xxxxxxx>
Date: Mon, 22 Jul 2002 13:07:29 -0500
he 2.4 cvs tree, unfortunately they show the same behaviour. thomas
/archives/xfs/2002-07/msg00683.html (10,054 bytes)

16. ny Oops (score: 1)
Author: imon.matter@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Tue, 23 Jul 2002 14:20:14 +0200
scal year. So, go ahead and change our statement thusly: "...with
/archives/xfs/2002-07/msg00689.html (8,813 bytes)

17. (again) (score: 1)
Author: imon.matter@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Tue, 23 Jul 2002 15:45:05 +0200
sms/slinx/2.4.x-xfs Modid: 2.4.x-xfs:slinx:123471a linux/fs/xfs/xf
/archives/xfs/2002-07/msg00690.html (8,847 bytes)

18. problem (score: 1)
Author: h Hellwig <hch@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: 23 Jul 2002 10:49:23 -0500
a new one (which took over 24h) and there were more bad blocks than i thought before. about 1-2% of the hdd are bad blocks. i got xfs_check
/archives/xfs/2002-07/msg00697.html (9,224 bytes)

19. ftovers (score: 1)
Author: ric Sandeen <sandeen@xxxxxxx>
Date: Tue, 23 Jul 2002 12:47:38 -0500
ignature.asc Description: This is a digitally signed message part
/archives/xfs/2002-07/msg00703.html (9,761 bytes)

20. cleanup (score: 1)
Author: ehrich@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Wed, 24 Jul 2002 07:36:04 +0930
ever used. Yank it out; this saves a whopping 288 bytes in my ker
/archives/xfs/2002-07/msg00705.html (8,291 bytes)


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