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    SubjectRE: [2.6] Perl weirdness with ext3 and HTREE
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    > -----Original Message-----
    > From: Martin Schlemmer [mailto:azarah@gentoo.org]
    > Sent: Tuesday, August 05, 2003 12:23 PM
    > To: Christopher Li
    > Cc: KML; akpm@digeo.com; adilger@clusterfs.com; ext3-users@redhat.com;
    > x86-kernel@gentoo.org
    > Subject: Re: [2.6] Perl weirdness with ext3 and HTREE
    >
    >
    > On Tue, 2003-08-05 at 20:28, Christopher Li wrote:
    > > I can take a look at it.
    > >
    > > Is there any way to reproduce this bug without installing the
    > > whole gentoo? It would be nice if I can just download some
    > > package to make it happen.
    > >
    >
    > Just grab the perl source, if you want, I can mail you the ebuild that
    > should give some direction in how to compile it, or grab your local
    > .spec, configure it (maybe with install location not in /), and then
    > just compile and finally install to a ext3 FS with HTREE enabled.
    > Usually over here, it keeps on leaving an invalid entry to
    > ..usr/share/man/man3/Hash::Util.tmp.
    >

    I am running 2.6-test2 kernel. Download the perl 5.8.0 (stable.tar.gz).
    ./Configure --prefix=/mnt/hdc3; make; make install.

    It did not happen for me. Hash::Util.3 was installed correctly.
    (Of course, I did turn on directory index)

    Can you send me more infomation how you build the perl package
    and install it? I guess I have to do more gentoo like step to duplicate
    it :-)

    Thanks

    Chris



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