On Thu, 24 Apr 2008, Julius Volz wrote:
About running out of time: The good thing is that I can still continue
on this regardless of my current employer, since the project is
interesting by itself ;)
well you may have time in the future, but don't count on it.
Things happen, your car needs repair, you go on vacation,
someone calls you up with a neat idea and you'll find you
have 3 months of ipvs_ipv6 code sitting on the shelf which
isn't going anywhere. Plan on writing code to your current
horizon and if that winds up being what time you have, then
you won't have done all that work for nothing. If you can
keep going, then there's no harm done.
THere's been two previous efforts to move the ipvs() hook
from LOCAL_IN which have produced no code in the outside
world, for what I presume is running out of time. The guy
who did the original IPV6 port for LVS a long time ago, just
disappeared. Presumably he didn't have time to update it.
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