Test patch for sleep on Aluminium PowerBooks
colin at colino.net
Tue Nov 23 09:26:06 EST 2004
On 23 Nov 2004 at 09h11, Benjamin Herrenschmidt wrote:
> > If filesystems do not need to be "normalized" at sleep, what
> > filesystems are known to work? (Hesistant about ext3, as it's quite
> > slow, imho, but I'll go that route if needed, I suppose).
> It's not that slow ...
It also has the advantages of being natively big-endian, giving us ppc
users a bit more speed :)
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