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    If you could reproduce it, reporting it to the...

    If you could reproduce it, reporting it to the ext4 developers would have been nice. If you run away and just install something else, the bug will quite possibly never get fixed. It's quite unlikely...
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    Um, you do realise that blogs are not where Linux...

    Um, you do realise that blogs are not where Linux development is centred, right? The actual discussion and to-and-fro about this happened in mailing lists and the occasional bit of private email,...
  3. I resemble that remark. It wasn't an...

    I resemble that remark. It wasn't an 'unreasonable' configuration per se, since the documentation doesn't actually mention that journal_async_commit is experimental. Nowadays it mentions that it...
  4. Quite. My latest tests suggest that you have to...

    Quite. My latest tests suggest that you have to reboot *while a umount is in progress* for this to go wrong -- and that this affects Linux 3.6.1 and quite possibly many earlier versions (untested as...
  5. Stable releases are for people doing serious work...

    Stable releases are for people doing serious work who need their systems to function without chasing down kernel bugs all the time. I spent too much time on this as it is (though my employer has a...
  6. You misspoke I think: it's hardware RAID-5 :) (an...

    You misspoke I think: it's hardware RAID-5 :) (an Areca ARC-1210 caching RAID controller). This is a good thing from my perspective, since it removes md from consideration.

    Rebooting to test your...
  7. There is at least one other person who's seen it,...

    There is at least one other person who's seen it, on a USB key rather than his home directory. 3.6.3 has only been out for a couple of days: there hasn't been time for many people to have run into...
  8. Not quite right.

    This article is more than slightly inaccurate, I'm afraid. (I'm the poor bloody reporter originally afflicted by this, though it seems it has hit someone else's USB key. I'd rather have a USB...
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