On Thu, Sep 25, 2014 at 6:40 PM, Pacho Ramos <pa...@gentoo.org> wrote:
> El jue, 25-09-2014 a las 16:44 +0200, Tom Gundersen escribió:
>> On Thu, Aug 14, 2014 at 7:16 PM, Lennart Poettering
>> <lenn...@poettering.net> wrote:
>> > So, I think with the release after the upcoming one we should just
>> > remove it from the systemd package and just throw it on the pile of
>> > historic cruft. So, yeah, here's the advance warning that this will be
>> > happening...
>> > (Well, unless somebody from the community who cares and wants to invest
>> > the necessary time in it steps up and gives it the love it really
>> > needs. If nobody does until that release, I will delete the component
>> > from systemd).
>> No one objected to this, so I pushed the patch deleting it. If anyone
>> wants to resurrect this in an external repo, it should be simple
>> enough to extract it from git.
>> systemd-devel mailing list
> Is there any other readahead implementation around that we could migrate
> to? Well, not sure many laptops with SSD are sold in your area but, at
> least in mine, most people still have (and buy) setups with rotational
> hard drives that have a clear gain when running readahead (well, I can
> see it every time I reboot and login on gnome-shell if I don't use
I think the best bet would be someone who understands/knows/uses this
stuff to resurrect systemd-readahead in a third-party repo and
maintain it there. AFAIK, it was the best of the available options.
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