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Re: Bug#256263: yaboot: increase tftp buffer to 5.5Mb

On Fri, Jun 25, 2004 at 03:12:56PM -0400, Warren A. Layton wrote:
> On Fri, Jun 25, 2004 at 08:33:33PM +0200, Geert Stappers wrote:
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> > Increase LOAD_BUFFER_SIZE from 5Mb to 0x580000,
> > that is still below six megabyte ( See #242348 )
> > The #define is the file second/fs_of.c.
> This shouldn't be a problem - Ethan has expressed no real problem so
> long as it doesn't exceed 6MB. However...
> > Reason for it this request is that current d-i kernels
> > are larger then five megabytes.
> I imagine one day the kernels will exceed 6MB and we'll be right back
> here. :-/

How should that been readed?
Will there an increase of the buffer in 1.3.12-2?
 Yes: Fine!  (for now, at least as long as kernels are smaller then 5.5Mb)
 No: When will there be yaboot2? 

Just let us, debian-boot, known what can expect.

> Warren

Geert Stappers

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