[rescue] FW: WTT: 1.5G of PC2700 for 1G of PC100]

Shannon Hendrix shannon at widomaker.com
Tue May 13 12:08:30 CDT 2008

On May 8, 2008, at 04:05 , Michael C. Vergallen wrote:

> Was not clear to me what you where implying ... in that context yes  
> I agree with you.
> However personaly I dont  see  the point  to  it  on  anything besides
> the latest 64 bit hardware ...

It ran pretty well on ten year old 64-bit hardware for me, but I did  
finally get rid of that hardware for other reasons.

> also becuase it is still not supported by other OS4s .

That's temporary.  It is already running on Mac and FreeBSD, and  
probably will run on FUSE on Linux soon.

There are rumors that Apple will use it for their primary filesystem.   
They've needed something like it for a long time.

> So  in a mixed  environement  it can  be  a hassle. Like when you  
> need to export
> nfs mounts etc it causes hassle I dont need at the moment...

Just curious, what sort of hassles didi you find there?

I've not had any so far, though I am still bothered by the idea of the  
filesystem storing all configuration rather than it being in files.

Too many years of doing it in /etc/fstab and /etc/exports I guess.

"Where some they sell their dreams for small desires."

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