[CentOS] Re: broken GFS

Mon May 12 23:42:57 UTC 2008
Scott Silva <ssilva at sgvwater.com>

on 5-12-2008 2:20 PM Doug Tucker spake the following:
> Tru,
> I work at a university.  They don't provide enough money for test
> environments :).  Just kinda odd, last time kernel update, gfs updated
> at the same time so all was well.  But twice now kernel has upgraded
> with no GFS so it went bye-bye.  Is the GFS being installed, compiled
> against particular kernel headers, or could I just copy the /fs/gfs
> and /fs/gfs_locking to the new kernel /lib/modules (or symlink for that
> matter) and be lucky enough it would work?
Then don't turn on automatic updates. That way you can verify that the new 
modules are in place before setting that kernel as default and re-booting.

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