:On Sun, 23 Apr 2000, Matthew Dillon wrote:
:> :Rather than break the FreeBSD4 modules over which you have no control,
:> :perhaps your arguments should be used to accelerate the 5.0 release
:> :and make 4.x a short lived branch.
:>     I don't think this is possible.  4.0 is the most stable release we've
:>     ever had, and I am confident that the 4.x series of releases will be
:>     the best in FreeBSD's history probably until 5.1 or 5.2.
:It's all in the name. I don't disagree with your assesment of the code bases.
:However, I consider your SMP changes VERY destablizing; they BREAK
:lots of modules :-(

    Huh?  No they don't.  They simply require recompiling the modules.  If
    they actually broke the modules I wouldn't be trying to MFC it to 

:I'm sure that we will get over it and have something that settles into a 
:quite solid product.
:(Richard Wackerbarth <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>)

                                        Matthew Dillon 
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