On 2006-07-16 11:45, User Freebsd <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> The problem, as I see it, is that until the OS gets used in "real life
> production environments", some of the more obscure bugs don't get
> found ... on a simple production server, not doing much, I doubt
> anyone would ever see the file system deadlocks ... but, there are
> several of us that are running it in production with heavy loads that
> do ... but it takes a good load on the machine to trigger it, and I
> doubt any of the developers have that to work with, and/or can easily
> simulate the 'randomness' of a production environment ...

Well said!

Very much to the point, with reasonable, realistic arguments,
as always, Marc :)

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