On Thu, 3 Feb 2000 06:40:03 -0500
Wesley Darlington <wesley at yelsew.com> wrote:
| PS. Of course, making them relatively prime is overkill if you don't
| reboot your boxes very often. Just as long as all the big ones are
| unlikely to all want fscked at the same time.
In that case, you'll get bitten by the time since last check condition. :)
I think relative primes are a bit of a red herring, consecutive counts should
be fine as they will gradually drift apart (20,21,22; 40,42,44; 60,64,66).
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