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Re: Unattended issues

From: Sergio Lopez
Subject: Re: Unattended issues
Date: Sun, 28 Aug 2005 13:13:28 +0200

El sáb, 27-08-2005 a las 19:52 -0700, Thomas Bushnell BSG escribió:
> Sergio Lopez <koro@sinrega.org> writes:
> > Oh, ok. Could you please help me to ask _all the things involved_ by
> > this...
> Sorry, this is now in realm of just the same generic "tell me
> everything!" question.
> As for Mach, no, I don't have time to answer whatever unasked
> questions someone might implicate in Mach.  I see L4 as the future,
> and don't see a great deal value in spending my energy on Mach.

Ok, that's what I need to know.

> Distressing is that you ignored the following:
> > I see no question here.  As for the change suggested, I would want to
> > see some research on how this patch performs in practice.
> See, when I wrote that, I was assuming you would read it, rather than
> just use it as a way to criticize me.  READ IT.  

On my stress test (continuosly building glibc in a loop), that patch
keeps the number of ext2fs's threads around 200, which is a pretty sane
number. No "zalloc's panic" nor any other error were noticed. Perhaps
someone else with a little of spare time and some interest in Hurd can
also test it.


Sergio Lopez

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