Anyone know why the patch in the PR SHOULDN'T be applied? (apart from
the fact it makes /etc/ttys massive :-/ ) Perhaps the first 128 pty's
should be defined, leaving a note that you have to define the others
if you want to have more?
It should probably be applied (after testing :-) to -stable, but for
-current someone should work on how this is going to work with devfs
when there will be an unlimited number of ptys.
Each additional statically configured pty currently costs 252 bytes
for the tty struct alone, not about 128 bits as guessed in the PR.
A default of 32 would still be reasonable.