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On Thu, Jul 31, 2008 at 01:52:04PM -0400, Perry E. Metzger wrote:
> 1) Is WAPBL considered stable at this point? I realize -current is
> never fully stable, but should I be as willing to risk WAPBL as I
> am to risk -current in general, or should I wait?
I've been using (and stressing) the WAPBL code almost since it appears.
There were some locking issues and at least one rename issue, but
nothing that corrupted the filesystem and it generally had less issues
than the rest of the kernel. Load consisted of pkgsrc bulk builds in
combination with nullfs, so lots of disk IO :)
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