Re: LVM enabled boot disks ?
So You say "LVM not ready" (?)
because its version included in official kernels is not really usable
and kernels need a patch.
To keep my reply short - some facts:
1) ext3 is NOT EVEN in official kernels, You need patched kernel to
be able to use it, but THERE ARE boot disks udma100-ext3 for woody.
2) it is well known that LVM in official kernels has always been older
version than latest; but don't You think LVM in next releases WILL
CATCH UP at least to the extent of being usable ? I think it will.
3) we're talking about long time horizon - months I think; I don't
think such LVM-enabled boot floppies would go into mainstream when
they're created, but it would need some time wile they're unofficially
But when there is no testing version - what to test ?