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[Linux-cluster] Re: kmod-gfs removed



Mikko Partio wrote:
    yum try to remove kmod-gfs because its depende of the kernel version
    that its trying to remove, which is not right because you are trying
    to update a kernel and it should means just install the package
    without remove any old versions.
    or do you change the default configuration of yum?
I have only added an extra repo.

When I did this upgrade and rebooted, the node could not see gfs-mounts any more (obviously, since the gfs-module was not there). Then I had to remove kmod-gfs -package with yum (lots of errors) and re-install it with yum again. After a reboot everything is working again.

What is the status of this one?

I am seeing the same here (did not perform upgrade yet) :

Removing:
 kernel     x86_64     2.6.18-53.1.19.el5  installed
 kmod-gfs   x86_64     0.1.19-7.el5_1.1    installed

The only gfs related packages in the upgrade list are :
 gfs-utils  x86_64     0.1.17-1.el5 rhel-x86_64-server-cluster-storage-5
 gfs2-utils x86_64     0.1.44-1.el5 rhel-x86_64-server-5


Specifically how should one perform the upgrade with the least amount of hassle?

Regards
--
Denis


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