[linux-lvm] compile lvm2 with --enable-lvmlockd-sanlock on Ubuntu 1710, configure failed. For help, thanks
guozhonghua at h3c.com
Fri Mar 30 08:33:44 UTC 2018
I want to have a test of lvmlockd, while try to compile the lvm2, which version is LVM2.2.02.177, or 2.2.02.168.
With the configure:
./configure --enable-cmirrord --enable-debug --disable-devmapper --enable-lvmetad --enable-lvmpolld --enable-lvmlockd-sanlock --enable-dmeventd --enable-udev_sync --enable-cmdlib
But failed as below with configure error check:
checking for LOCKD_SANLOCK... no
configure: error: bailing out
The environment is Ubuntu 1710.
And I had install the sanlock as below:
root at u610:~/LVM2.2.02.177# dpkg -l |grep sanlock
ii libsanlock-client1 3.3.0-2.1 amd64 Shared storage lock manager (client library)
ii libsanlock-dev 3.3.0-2.1 amd64 Shared storage lock manager (development files)
ii libsanlock1 3.3.0-2.1 amd64 Shared storage lock manager (shared library)
ii libvirt-sanlock 3.6.0-1ubuntu5 amd64 Sanlock plugin for virtlockd
ii python-sanlock 3.3.0-2.1 amd64 Python bindings to shared storage lock manager
ii sanlock 3.3.0-2.1 amd64 Shared storage lock manager
Is there something wrong with it?
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