From: Lyashkov Alex (shadow_at_itt.net.ru)
Date: Fri 11 Apr 2003 - 14:44:59 BST
On Friday 11 April 2003 14:33, Paul Sladen wrote:
> On Fri, 11 Apr 2003, Dinesh Mistry wrote:
> > What differences are there between your kernel and the current release
> > ctx-17?
> They are completely incompatible; even the syscalls names are different.
hm.. first syscall equal :) and parametres compatible :)
chcontext work fine with my patch.
Dinamic context number allocation removed because not compatible with disk
context quota. It's also says Herbert when write disk quota.
> Yes, this has been bugging for a long time; and it is the first I have
> said on either subject.
> Alex: please split your patches up. Jack: please take some of the
I send to maillist patch divided to 19 parts.
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you don't see this ?
sorry it's old and buggu patch, but i don't have time to divide patch again.
More simply backporting my patch to official kernel tree.
I current i finished all test and I release patch at next week.
smp testing - ok.
iptables work fine.
I not have test on real servers (i don't have their :( ), but stress test
(flood/many http/ftp request) say it's stable.
-- With best regards, Alex