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SubjectRe: Reiserfs vs rpm wierdness
Jordan Breeding wrote:

>Try the following:
>
>`LD_ASSUME_KERNEL=2.4.5 rpm -qa` or whatever rpm
>command you need. The recent 2.5.x (actually for a
>while) kernels have lots of changes to threading when
>used with the RedHat 9 glibc (which has nptl). Using
>LD_ASSUME_KERNEL forces the new glibc to use the old
>threading stuff instead of something like that. I
>read all of this on the RedHat 9 Beta mailing list and
>it seemes to work for me, it seems at some point
>RedHat will fix their berkley db and rpm packages to
>work with nptl and the newer 2.5.x kernels properly,
>they might even already be fixed in rawhide.
>
>Jordan
>

That would appear to be my issue. Thanks. Sorry Reiserfs guys.

>
>--- Samuel Flory <sflory@rackable.com> wrote:
>
>
>> Anytime I try to install an rpm, or even run "rpm
>>-qa" 2.5.70, and RH
>>9. I get the following error.
>>
>>error: db4 error(22) from dbenv->open: Invalid
>>argument
>>error: cannot open Packages index using db3 -
>>Invalid argument (22)
>>error: cannot open Packages database in /var/lib/rpm
>>no packages
>>
>>
>> If I reboot into redhat's 2.4.20-9 rpm works fine.
>> As far as I can
>>tell there doesn't appear to be any file system
>>corruption.
>>
>>--
>>There is no such thing as obsolete hardware.
>>Merely hardware that other people don't want.
>>(The Second Rule of Hardware Acquisition)
>>Sam Flory <sflory@rackable.com>
>>
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