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[linux-lvm] Re: 2.4.5 & Adaptec 7890 U2W Controller solved, LVM 0.9.1 b7FAILS.



At 18:18 6-6-2001 +0200, Bas wrote:
You're right. Today I downloaded the default kernel coming from
ftp.kernel.org. Patched it using 06042001-xfs-patch. It compiled and it
runs. But when I patch this kernel to 0.9.1 beta 7, (CVS or standard patch
makes no difference) it fails to compile.

Now this:

drivers/md/mddev.o: In function `__update_hardblocksize':
drivers/md/mddev.o(.text+0x22d6): undefined reference to `get_hardblocksize'
drivers/md/mddev.o(.text+0x2312): undefined reference to `get_hardblocksize'
make[1]: *** [kallsyms] Error 1
make: *** [vmlinux] Error 2

How can I fix this.

Thanks again,
Bas.

Patch was posted on the list a few days ago


Here you go

--- linux-2.4.4/drivers/md/lvm.c.orig   Sun May  6 14:54:39 2001
+++ linux-2.4.4/drivers/md/lvm.c        Sun May  6 14:55:06 2001
@@ -1791,7 +1791,7 @@
        int max_hardblocksize = 0, hardblocksize;

        for (le = 0; le < lv->lv_allocated_le; le++) {
-               hardblocksize = get_hardblocksize(lv->lv_current_pe[le].dev);
+               hardblocksize = get_hardsect_size(lv->lv_current_pe[le].dev);
                if (hardblocksize == 0)
                        hardblocksize = 512;
                if (hardblocksize > max_hardblocksize)
@@ -1801,7 +1801,7 @@
        if (lv->lv_access & LV_SNAPSHOT) {
                for (e = 0; e < lv->lv_remap_end; e++) {
                        hardblocksize =
-                               get_hardblocksize(
+                               get_hardsect_size(
                                        lv->lv_block_exception[e].rdev_new);
                        if (hardblocksize == 0)
                                hardblocksize = 512;

Hope it's complete and ok
Otherwise you can find it the archives under "2.4.5 compiles almost"

Good Luck

--
Seth
Every program has two purposes one for which
it was written and another for which it wasn't
I use the last kind.



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