[linux-lvm] RH 6.2 kernel problem with 0.8i
Eric M. Hopper
hopper at omnifarious.mn.org
Tue May 2 02:06:45 UTC 2000
On Tue, May 02, 2000 at 03:03:08AM +0200, Heinz Mauelshagen wrote:
> "Eric M. Hopper" wrote:
>> I figured out my problem. It's the RAID patches that RH adds.
>> RH adds a LOT of patches to the stock kernel. Someone suggested
>> grabbing a stock kernel and using that, but a lot of the RH patches are
>> ones I really want, and I don't want to sift through them carefully
>> figuring out which ones.
>> So, I grabbed the kernel source RPM, used rpm2cpio on it,
>> unpacked the cpio, and then used patch -R (what a wonderful tool) to
>> reverse the patches I didn't want out of the kernel source tree RH
>> After that, the LVM patches applied just fine. I only wanted
>> RAID0 anyway, and LVM does that just fine by itself. :-)
BTW, I should've mentioned the patches I had to back out. These
are what they were named in the kernel SRPM.
I believe the patches have to be reverse applied in the given
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