From: Georges Toth (georges_at_norm.lu)
Date: Sun 28 Mar 2004 - 21:30:31 BST
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> > if you consider them too experimental (allthough i thought
> > they were stable?) you could add a note next to the option
> > (in kernel config) that that option is experimental...
> this is not the reason, it's just that many people do not
> use quota or context quota (I'd say 80% or more), and why
> should they be forced to download and apply a patch, which
> is about twice as large as necessary, with the following
> extended risks
> - there might be a critical bug in the quota code
> - some kernel change might harm the 'old' quota code
hmm ok, thnx for the expl.
i didn't know that.
i was just asking because if the quota patches were included, they would be
released as often as the vserver patches and for the same recent kernels.
but i see now, that it's wiser to separate them.
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