[linux-lvm] LVM 1.0.7

Herbert Poetzl herbert at 13thfloor.at
Mon Jun 16 21:13:01 UTC 2003

On Mon, Jun 16, 2003 at 04:43:58PM -0700, Petro wrote:
> On Sat, Jun 14, 2003 at 05:37:42AM +0200, Herbert Poetzl wrote:
> > On Fri, Jun 13, 2003 at 06:25:50PM -0700, Petro wrote:
> > > When building the 2.4.21 kernel does one still need to apply the patches
> > > generated by LVM/1.0.7/PATCHES/Makefile? 
> > > I'm having issues with the kernel building and a lot of errors seem to
> > > be coming from the (patched) LVM stuff. 
> > you could try this patch ...
> >    http://www.13thfloor.at/VServer/patches-2.4.21-c17/07_lvm-1.0.7-2.4.21pre5.patch.bz2
> > which actually works for me ...
>     The make file halts with a
>     You haven't applied the rawio patch, please see the README
>     make: *** [check_rawio] Error 1

let me get this straight,

you download a vanilla 2.4.21 kernel, unpack it, apply
the patch mentioned above, configure it accordingly and 
start a kernel compile, which then breaks with the message 
given above?

I do not believe this, I tried it myself, and it compiled
flawlessly ...

I guess I am misreading your email?

>     Which is really odd since the README in the PATCHES directory
>     doesn't mention a rawio patch for the 2.4 series. 

which readme?

>     The 2.4.20-VFS-lock.patch fails against the "raw" (i.e. d/l'd from
>     kernel.org kernel. 

raw = vanilla here?

>     The above patch applies and builds "properly" (i.e. compiles w/out
>     failure) against a clean linus kernel. 

the VFS-lock patch or the lvm patch?

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> Mr. Babbage, if you put into the machine wrong figures, will the right 
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