Subject: Re: 2.0rc4 unstability
To: Jukka Marin <firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: Zafer Aydogan <email@example.com>
Date: 11/18/2004 00:24:47
I don't have machines powerfull enough, to run gimp nor disk space :/
All Services I use seems to be stable.
But I admit, that 1.6 seemed to me more stable aswell.
> I have whined about 2.0 problems and I still do :-I Both my desktop
> machine and laptop freeze (probably panic; I should really configure
> serial consoles for all machines and build a nest of serial cables)
> every now and then.
> My desktop system repeatedly freezes when I use gimp to save an image
> to a local disk (at least when I save to the same partition where the
> gimp temp file is). This machine also froze when I tried to print a
> PS file from a remote machine to an USB printer connected to this
> machine. (I haven't seen this one more than once, but I don't really
> use a printer all that much.)
> My laptop freezes easily when watching a DVD using xine and moving the
> mouse pointer into the xine control window.
> A friend's machine froze when he killed an xterm.
> I don't know if 2.0rc4 is stable for all other people in the world,
> but it's the most unstable NetBSD release (well, not a release just
> yet) that I have ever used (sinze 0.9c on Amiga). 1.6 was rock solid
> on the same machines.
> Would I be better off running -current? All I want is to get my
> work done - I hate crashes and I hate 15-minute fsck sessions. :-(
> I guess I have to disable softdeps in all kernels and see if that
> helps. It will kill compile speed, but so do frequent reboots.
> Sorry for whining again.