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Re: [vox-tech] reiser redux
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Re: [vox-tech] reiser redux



oh, did i misread the year?   heh.  clearly i'm having some y2k problems...


begin: Roland Minden <rminden@Unilab.com> quote
> Actually reiser4 is due in one year and 5 days. It is coming out September
> 30, 2002. :-( Probably for the best. Don't want another rash of new distros
> just yet.
 
agreed!    :-)

pete

> Thanks for the link Peter reiser4 looks very interesting.
> 
> Rusty
> 
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Peter Jay Salzman [mailto:p@dirac.org]
> Sent: Tuesday, September 25, 2001 11:47 AM
> To: vox-tech@lists.lugod.org
> Subject: [vox-tech] reiser redux
> 
> 
> i started converting some partitions to reiserfs.
> 
> i've been reading a bit about it, and saw the benchmarks on www.namesys.com.
> admittedly, they are obviously a bit biased, but if you believe the
> extensive
> benchmarks they give, every linux user should go out and convert their ext2
> partition to reiserfs today.  the numbers they're giving comparing reiser
> and
> ext2 (using bonnie and 2 other benchmark packages) are very good, bordering
> on excellent.
> 
> btw, reiser4 is slated for release in 5 days.  interestingly, it's being
> sponsored by DARPA, and includes "plug in" functionality.  there will be
> file, directory, security, hash, node and other types of plugins for reiser.
> going through the descriptions, it reminded me alot of what i've read about
> the NSA's "security-enhanced linux".
> 
> between the development by DARPA and NSA linux teams, it sounds like even
> though VA linux and the rest of the linux commercial world are crashing down
> around us, the government obviously has a very, very keen interest in linux.
> 
> presumably, these features will go into the 2.5 kernel (guess on my part).
> 
> check out http://www.namesys.com/.
> 
> pete
> 
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