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Re: [Linux-cluster] Re: Kernel RPMS



Quoting Chris Feist <cfeist redhat com>:

Unfortunately it isn't possible to put out the kernel rpms required by the GFS alpha packages.

Because of the space/bandwidth constraints? Or something else? I'm not following...

The best way to test GFS out is to build from the latest sources in cvs from http://sources.redhat.com/cluster/.

So, the source kernels available for the current version of RHEL4 (i.e.
kernel-2.6.9-5.0.3.EL) should be used as a base version for patching with the
above cluster stuff? I'm guessing the patches will then bring that kernel (i.e.
the current shipping one) in line with the kernel all those (no longer
available) RPMS depended on? Or do we have to use the latest vanilla kernels
from kernel.org? Or it doesn't really matter because all 2.6.x kernels are OK?


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Bojan


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