Filesystem corruption and bad perfomance with SRCS16 and PAE ( raid 5 2TB)

Daniel O'Connor doconnor at
Wed Feb 7 09:59:13 UTC 2007

On Wednesday 07 February 2007 19:23, Artem Kuchin wrote:
> FreeBSD/amd64 is a very young platform on FreeBSD. While the core FreeBSD
> kernel and base system components are generally fairly robust, there are
> likely to still be rough edges, particularly with third party packages."
> scares me. Do you really think it is better than PAE?

PAE is quite young as well, I think it was committed to the tree around March 
2003. The earliest AMD64 commit I could find was May 2003 although repo 
copying makes it confusing..

I think you'll find the list of drivers incompatible with PAE to be much 
longer with amd64.

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