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SubjectRe: [OOPS] LVM and (I think) devfs
On Wed, Dec 12, 2001 at 10:26:32AM -0700, Richard Gooch wrote:
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> Please try kernel 2.4.16 and see if the problem persists. There were
> devfs and minor LVM changes since then. Make sure you at least Cc: me.

Ah, a slight problem there. The LVM volume happens to reside on an AACRAID
controller, which won't get passed fsck'ing with 2.4.16. 2.4.17-pre8 seems
to have fixed that problem for reasons unknown.

The .17-preX LVM code should be based on, if not the same as the .16 code
shouldn't it? The log suggests only changes on the devfs side. If I just
stuck to the LVM code in the kernel, instead of using the code provided in
the LVM 1.0.1 package, would that be a fair test?

Cheers

Matt
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