Adrian Chadd wrote:
> [shifting conversation to -current .. ]
> On Thu, Jun 22, 2000, Anders Andersson wrote:
> > on Tor, Jun 22, 2000 at 01:46:34pm +0900, Akinori -Aki- MUSHA wrote:
> > >
> > > Yes, it has been working quite stably here too. Besides, one must do
> > > a "tunefs -n enable" for every partition that he or she wants to do
> > > softupdates anyway, so just adding the support for softupdates to the
> > > GENERIC kernel won't hurt anyone who don't want to turn that feature
> > > on by default, except a little code increase.
> > Please take a look at what NetBSD just recently did:
> > http://www.netbsd.org/Changes/#softdepsmount
> > These changes disables the whole 'tunefs' process, and let you control
> > softupdates state with mount, (-o softdep). So all you have to do is to
> > tune your /etc/fstab to enable softupdates. I think this will make it
> > more easy to enable SOFTUPDATES by default.
> I like this. Would anyone object if this was brought over from NetBSD ?
They obvioulsly DIDN'T discuss this with Kirk!
this is not what he wants and for good reason..
see the long discussion son this topic in the archives.
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