On Mon, May 26, 2008 at 1:48 PM, Karanbir Singh <mail-lists at karan.org> wrote: > ok, so let me be clear about something here - if you are going to say > there is a bug in the centos code, you need to back that up with a bug > number at either bugzilla.redhat.com or bugs.centos.org if you cant - > then you are just a ranting idiot. There is definitely a bug with raid10 module distributed in centos5 which I bumped into myself. I even gave a referance to you from md-raid10 developer's own words and since now none of the changelogs of rhel/centos mention whether some patch has dealt with this *bug* instead of updating to new mdadm (which would solve this funny situation) And if there is, I think *You* should show me some changelog or patch log because you are the offending side here. However if you insist on seeing a bug number I can create on for you on bugzilla. On the other hand you have the right to not believe me and toss to it one day. > Also, the idea of centos and the whole enterprise platform seems new to > you, version numbers are not the only thing you need to rely on to get / > check functionality within the code base. I guess you are trying to say "Hey folks, dont believe some anonymous egoist idiot, use raid10 module safely". Otherwise please stop traducing me. If you have any further knowledge share it with us, or keep quiet. Thanks... Q: Why you idiot "linux" shit dont enter a new bug at either bugzilla.redhat.com or bugs.centos.org? Dont you know this is your responsibility as an open-source software user? A: Because after tossing to this *bug* and simply finding out the solution I changed my raid configurations to raid1 on centos boxes. I cannot reproduce.