nullfs performance (Re: cvs commit: ports/Mk
bsd.emacs.mk bsd.gnome.mk bsd.mail.mk bsd.openssl.mk
bsd.port.mk bsd.port.subdir.mk bsd.python.mk bsd.ruby.mk
Makefile ports/databases/p5-sqlrelay ...)
kris at obsecurity.org
Sat Aug 19 13:29:22 UTC 2006
On Sat, Aug 19, 2006 at 03:25:36PM +0200, G?bor K?vesd?n wrote:
> >Presumably it is not enabled in your kernel and you do not have the
> >module available either (it is present on a default installation
> >though). I use nullfs on amd64 every day so I know it works fine.
> Ah, you're right, I found it in NOTES, but I don't see why this feature
> is not in the GENERIC kernel. This is a production system where I don't
> have modules, that's why I had the error, but imho it should be added to
> GENERIC as well.
Sounds reasonable to me.
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