> I have seen that you are working on kernel 2.6.33-rc8, I was going to
> test it but your warning about data corruption scares me.
> I have read that udev is working on colinux kernel 2.6.33-rc8 and I
> would like to make the jump, do you think it is ready?
The text about filesystem corruption was from early beginning with
crashing kernel - depend on the problem of host memory mapping. The
memory problem is fixed with a slow alternate. All memory allocations
are much slower not, for example on spawning new task.
It's ready for beta testers. I have no crashes and no BSOD since
2.6.33-rc6 one month ago. I have short tested all basic functions, but
have no long time tests. I don't know how it works in different
environments. If more people would test it and report good state, I
would feel me better.