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Re: [linux-lvm] cannot mount snapshot volumes



Hello Patrick,

Redhat 7.3 uses kernel 2.4.18-3 .
I tryed to patch the kernel with : linux-2.4.18-VFS-lock.patch (located in
LVM/1.0.5/PATCHES )

In the README it is mentioned that kernels supplied with RedHat , Mandrake
etc are a little different from the kernels
supplied bij kernel.org .
Since the lvm-1.0.5-2.4.18-3custom.patch worked fine with the "RedHat "
kernel i thought the VFS-lock patch also should work.
What do you advise me to do ?
 Thanks,

Marien

----- Original Message -----
From: "Patrick Caulfield" <caulfield sistina com>
To: <linux-lvm sistina com>
Sent: Wednesday, September 25, 2002 9:50 AM
Subject: Re: [linux-lvm] cannot mount snapshot volumes


> On Tue, Sep 24, 2002 at 05:37:50PM +0200, Marien Tielemans - Van Boxtel
Software BV wrote:
> >    Hello ,
> >
> >    I am using a stock RedHat 7.3 server (ext 3 fs) with lvm 1.0.3
installed ,
> >    i upgraded lvm to 1.0.5 ( kernel patch etc.).
> >    LVM works fine however i cannot mount the created snapshot volume.
> >
> >    When doing a mount the server tells me : Wrong fs type , bad option,
bas
> >    superblock on /dev/lvmgroup1/snapshot , or too many mounted file
systems.
> >
> >    In the mailing list i read that the solution for this problem : patch
the
> >    kernel with  linux-2.4.18-VFS-lock.patch.( applied in the 1.0.5 tar
file)
> >
> >    However when i apply the patch i get messages about Reverse patches
and
> >    several chunks and files not being patched .So compiling the kernel
again
> >    also gives problems.
> >
> >    I like to know, is there another patch file i have to use , or a
better
> >    solution for this problem ?
>
> Which kernel version are you using? The VFS lock patch will probably only
apply
> to the named kernel.org kernel.
>
> --
>
> patrick
>
>
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