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Re: improve-relatime.patch dropped from F10



Should I report the dropped improve-relatime.patch as a bug? The
mkinitrd is a whole different thing.

What I wanted was the improve-relatime.patch to be included in F10, as
it is included in F9 by default:
http://people.redhat.com/mingo/relatime-patches/improve-relatime.patch

-- 
Ricardo Arguello

On Tue, Jan 6, 2009 at 12:33 PM, Matthew Woehlke
<mw_triad users sourceforge net> wrote:
> Ricardo Argüello wrote:
>>
>> Why was the improve-relatime.patch dropped from F10's kernel? F9 had
>> relatime on by default using this patch.
>> I first thought the upstream kernel had the patch now, but
>> /proc/mounts does not show relatime in F10.
>>
>> I found this bug, looks related:
>>
>>  mkinitrd can't deal with the "relatime" mount option
>>  https://bugzilla.redhat.com/show_bug.cgi?id=430280
>
> Speaking of, this looks to be... how old? Any chance of getting it fixed?
> (Especially with SSD's becoming more popular, for which it makes particular
> sense to request relatime?)
>
> I mean... if you don't know about this bug and add relatime to fstab, you've
> just made it impossible to upgrade the kernel. And the work-around (edit
> fstab to remove relatime, 'yum update kernel', edit fstab to put back
> relatime) isn't very friendly.
>
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