In message <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>, Robe
rt Watson writes:
>A few weeks ago, I would have believed you. Except that using -J was a
>workaround recommended in a recent security advisory--prior to
>recommending it, I ran it on a server of mine for a few days. You'd be
>surprised how many random applications keel over, and the performance
>impact it has for some specific types of applications.
No, I will not be surprised no matter what you tell me. I used to
keep save all emails I got about phkmalloc nailing bugs, now I only
track "significant" ones.
But let me turn it around, what would it take for you to accept AJ
in the developer release ? Better diagnostics ?
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