On Fri, Apr 06 '01 at 19:34, gerry dorfam ca wrote: > I just spent the better part of a week finding out what patches to apply > in what order to get the 2.2.17 stock kernel working with lvm. Now that > I've got that working it seems like I should go all the way and install > 2.2.19. Depends on what you want ;-) If you're fine with out the new RAID patches, all you need is the RAW-IO Patch ant the LVM patch. The current 0.9.1_beta6 creates fine patches for stock 2.2.19 + RawIO (what is included as a patch for 2.2.18, but it works fine with 2.2.19) > PS. I'm running Redhat 7.0. Are there patches available for the RH > kernels?? While I used to use Redhat, they screwed it with the 7.0 distribution ... If you want, you can get a patch for the stock 2.2.19 from me (but you can easyly make it yourself), and you can find a lot of nice patches for the 2.2.19 kernel mantained by Paul Drain with some additions by me at: ftp://ftp.earthlink.au.com/private/people/pd/kernels/individual/2.2.19-fnk/ Paul is currently test my LVM patch (integrated with the new RAID patches) for functionality (I only was able to compile it and have it boot my diskless workstation ;-) ). He will add it till Monday. Have fun, Goetz.
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