> Things like noatime and ISS, yes that's a problem. Noatime is fairly
> minor though, and ISS isn't the sort of thing I expect to happen often.
Noatime doesn't change internal data structures. ISS is/was necessary given
those pesky SYN attacks (yes, and the performance increases...).
> most people are happy with. IMHO we ought to err on the side of too
> stable, rather than too unstable.
On the other hand, who needs a 'stable' system which can be brought down by
Joe Anybody from across the continent/ocean?
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