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Poul-Henning Kamp phk at
Sun Feb 3 10:14:36 PST 2008

In message <20080202004647.D28725 at>, Dmitry Morozovsky writes:
>Dear Poul-Henning,
>On Fri, 1 Feb 2008, Poul-Henning Kamp wrote:
>PK>   No MFC is anticipated.
>Provided current age of 7.* is short enough (and most users of it are aware of 
>possible API changes) why don't you think MFC to RELENG_7 is suitable?

If people see a reason for this, and want to take the battle, fine with me.

Given what RELENG_7 has been through already, I'm not going to throw
this particular nit under the wheel, in particular since I still
don't know if the change (via the sendfile SF_SYNC it enables) makes
any difference at all for the Varnish HTTP accellerator which drove
this change.

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