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Re: [Linux-cluster] Old 2.4, non-nptl kernel support



redhat 9 has nptl support

the rest I don't know.  good luck
-steve
On Mon, 2004-11-15 at 10:48, Rick Stevens wrote:
> This is probably a silly question, but I've got the CVS version of GFS
> running on an FC3 system with a JetStor dual-host SCSI RAID array.  It
> runs very nicely, indeed.
> 
> However, I do have an application where the vendor has not yet rebuilt
> on a POSIX-thread compliant kernel--much less 2.6.9.  I can probably
> induce them to have a run at it, but they are in the throes of a release
> of a different product and can't spend a lot of time on it at this
> exact moment.
> 
> I was wondering, is there code buried in the archives somewhere that
> would work with a 2.4, non-nptl kernel such as one would find on RH9?
> Tarballs would be fine, I'm not afraid of building stuff in the least.
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