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Re: [Linux-cluster] Question abou gfs1 and from which cvs branch



Not sure if this is the "right" answer, but I was also running into this
problem on a Gentoo setup.  The 2.01.00 package has a gfs-kernel module
that (with some simple tweaks to the kernel - see usage.txt) will compile
against 2.6.23 and seems to run well.  This is my first gfs attempt so I
don't know how upgrading the tools will go for you.  I also read about
(and experienced) problems with gfs2, so I'd also stick with gfs1 for the
time being, but at least this way your upgrade path is prepared.

Brian

Bas van der Vlies <basv sara nl>:
> Hello,
>
>  We are still using gfs1 version 1.0.3 with a 2.6.17 kernel on Debian. I 
> noticed that there is only one newer version 1.0.4, but that is not working 
> for us, reported the problem to the list.
>
> Now i read on the Cluster Project Page to use cvs:
>  * CVS STABLE branch (compiles against recent kernel.org kernel):
> cvs -d :pserver:cvs sources redhat com:/cvs/cluster checkout -r STABLE 
> cluster
>
> I noticed that there are not many update for STABLE since version 1.0.4 + 
> which branch must i use to compile againt the latest vanilla kernel 
> (2.6.23)?
>
> I still see a lot of messages with do not use gfs2 in a production 
> environment. That is why we still are using gfs1.
>
> Regards
>
>
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