[CentOS-devel] XFS module ... big troubles
gernot.stocker at tugraz.at
Tue Apr 24 08:40:36 UTC 2007
On Tuesday 24 April 2007, Jim Perrin wrote:
> Okay. Why are you rebuilding, rather than use the already compiled
> version in the repository?
Especially with such crucial things like kernel I like to be able to react on my
own if there are arising security issues not fixed by the upstreram distro in
time. Therefore I like the idea of at least beeing able to rebuild the kernel
on my own if I have to.
> While you should in theory be able to rebuild the module and have it work
> just fine, sometimes there are issues with the build environment that are
> difficult to track down.
That's strange because we didn't change anything regarding the build environment.
It is a plain Centos 5 installation from scratch using the DVD iso image. Beside
some configuration regarding iptables and NFS service NOTHING was been
> Do you get the same results with the precompiled modules?
I will try it tomorrow evening because we need the image server today for a bunch
of new installations. Luckky us that ext3 is working ;-) As soon as the student rooms
are installed I will test the precompiled module and come back to the list with the
> I don't use xfs that extensively on i686 hardware because I don't
> trust the 4k stack limitation issue, but a quick run-through with the
> pre-built modules, and I don't seem to have this issue. (moved a
> bunch of copies of the centos-5 dvd around, on and off the fs,
> md5suming each time)
That doesn't make me feel better ;-) We wanted to migrate a machine with
almost 7000 user homes on XFS to CentOS 5 and I'm now a "little" bit scared
unless we can't track down the problem.
Thanks for your hints,
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