Yeah, I tried the stable mailinglist, no response. I'm a bit unsure where this question belong, so I figured I'd try the questions mailinglist before i go "disturb" currect, I bet they're all busy making Free an even better product ;)

I might try current later on though, just thought someone here would know :)

// Leo

Garrett Cooper skrev:
Leo R. Lundgren wrote:

Hey all,

Some days ago I posted on the stable mailinglist, but haven't gotten a response, so I'm trying my luck here instead.

Looking at http://www.freebsd.org/cgi/cvsweb.cgi/src/sbin/mdmfs/mdmfs.c.diff?r1=1.25&r2=1.26 , I see that we've finally gotten a -P option to mdmfs, enabling use of mdmfs with a persistent vnode-backed file[system].

The patch has only been implemented in current, though, as far as I understand. My question is simple; Is this going to be put in stable?

I'm less skilled at coding, but it looks to me as if this new option wouldn't possibly break anything in use today. Is there any way/-where we can say pleease, and get this patch put in stable too? I'm sure I'm not the only one with a great need for it.

I really hope it's possible :)

Please send replies directly to my address since I'm not subscribed to this one of the lists. Thank you!

// Leo

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