On Mon, Mar 18, 2002 at 11:27:48AM -0800, David Wolfskill wrote:
> I generally try to avoid chattering too much on the lists, but given the
> "eventfulness" of the normally-rather-routine -CURRENT build this
> morning, I thought it would be appropriate to announce a measure of
> success.

Heh. I did my routine build yesterday and so far I can report success
too. Needless to say, I do not yet have the new OpenSSH, but I did the
Perl upgrade and the rest. (including the splitfs support in the boot2.
Now I get interesting output at boot telling me how it looks for

And, watch this, I have no problems so far with the new zlib, even the
dreaded "man ispell" works fine for me. In addition, it feels that I am
getting increased I/O performance on my ATA disk with a softupdates-less
filesystem. Something like: Erasing the /usr/obj/* directory strucutre
took about 20 mins before, yesterday it was done in 2 mins? In the
next moment I heard the sound of my jaw slamming onto my desk...:-)

Keep up the good work!

Szilveszter ADAM
Szombathely Hungary

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