Re: ext2 filesystem corruption?!?!??

Jon Lewis (
Thu, 10 Apr 1997 16:32:13 -0400 (EDT)

On Thu, 10 Apr 1997, Gerard Roudier wrote:

> > This is hardly a situation that is calculated to make me feel
> > comfortable. :-)
> What does that mean?
> Does that mean that you just dont care about the ext2 corruptions problem?
> Does that mean that you feel you attacked about this problem?

I think Ted was just saying it doesn't give him warm fuzzy feelings that
the only SCSI driver he really trusts for Linux is the Buslogic. In a
perfect world, all the developers would have infinite free time to work on
drivers and full cooperation from the hardware producers, and all drivers
would be 100% stable. Unfortunately, that's not the world we're in.

> Do you want scsi maintainers of other drivers (you indirectly said they are
> bad implemented) give up from Linux?

I seriously doubt that is anthing like to the message he meant to

> Quite frankly, do you want next Linux 2.2 only supports BusLogic scsi boards?

That would be a really sad state of affairs for supported
brand of SCSI cards.

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