Subject: Re: Really bad network problem. High-speed ethernet, netbsd-current
To: Mika Nystroem <>
From: Michael L. VanLoon -- <>
List: current-users
Date: 03/31/1996 11:55:30
>   My cluster of machines is making progress. Now we've got six machines 
>set up with one fileserver. Up until now, the operating system has been
>unbelievably stable, with only a few crashes now and then, usually when
>user "root" does something strange. 
>   All the systems are running NetBSD-current as of March 17 (NetBSD 1.1A);
>I have tried NetBSD 1.1B, but the same thing happens. (The reason I went
>back to 1.1A is that I don't have a full OS setup for 1.1B...)

Is there a reason you don't just run 1.1 release?

  Michael L. VanLoon                       
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