[linux-lvm] New 2.2 patches/sources released
pcg at gospelcom.net
Sat Nov 4 17:09:25 UTC 2000
also sprach marcelo:
> On Tue, 31 Oct 2000, Andreas Dilger wrote:
> > Hello all,
> > I've updated my 2.2 patch set. It is now available as an i386 binary, SRPM,
> > patched .tgz, and standalone patch. I have also made a 2.4 kernel patch
> > available to allow include/linux/lvm.h be used from user and kernel sources.
> > Changes include
> > - fix for lvmcreate_initrd to allow passing modules/kernel version
> > - add unpartitioned devices to the disk cache (from SuSE LVM)
> > - unlink /etc/lvmtab before re-creating it (from SuSE LVM)
> > Attached is the patch for the 2.4 kernel lvm.h, which also fixes a long
> > known bug with using lv_t instead of lv_disk_t. It is also required
> > for compiling my LVM user tools, since I include <linux/lvm.h> and not
> > <lib/lvm.h> in order to ensure the kernel and tools have same structs.
> URL? :)
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