-mm and reiser4
Posted Oct 7, 2004 13:36 UTC (Thu) by Duncan
Parent article: The -mm development tree
What's happening with reiser4, since the couple weeks of LWN coverage a
few weeks ago? Based on that, I decided to hold off in converting my
presently reiserfs system to reiser4, but I'd expect (and the "many fixes"
comment seems to support) progress is being made.
The main thing I'm interested in, given a recognition that there /are/
after all other things to cover as well <g>, is what timeframe we are
looking at for mainline kernel inclusion, next month, 1Q2005, 2H2005,
Well, that, and if progress /is/ being made on the possible race and
security issues as previously covered. Based on that coverage, I decided
it wasn't something I wanted to try immediately. However, I still might
be interested in trying it before mainline introduction, once the large
part of those issues are addressed and the patches get into mm or the
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