> A complete linux 2.3.99pre2 tree including the XFS filesystem is available for
> cvs checkout.
Could you please put a patch on your ftp server? Many people here in europe have only slow
and expensive 56k or 64k lines. I can download reiserfs, ext3, jfs and linlogfs either as patch or
as tarball of the new files, why can't you do this, too?
> Many of the more advanced XFS features are yet to be completed:
> Guaranteed Rate IO
> Direct IO (Raw I/O)
Direct I/O seems to be not a fs issue for me ...
> Real time IO
> Delayed Allocation
> Integration with Volume Managers
We have a lvm in linux. It's simply a block device for the fs, seems very easy ;)
> Access Control Lists.
> There is a firstname.lastname@example.org mail list that you can subscribe to and
> watch problems/issues as the get fixed and are found.
Is there an archive of this list?
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