[DRBD-user] Kernel Oops, RH9.0, 2.4.20-19.9
tim at aidasystems.com
Sun Jun 13 02:05:24 CEST 2004
Do I have to upgrade the kernel on both drbd1 and drbd2 or can I just upgrade
the one that is giving kernel oops's (drbd2) ?
They are both running the same kernel right now (rh 2.4.20-19.9)
and also both running drbd 0.6.12
I was hoping I can get away with upgrading the kernel on drbd2 and recompiling
drbd, because I'd hate to bring down the primary file server for a kernel
reboot, and even worse, if the kernel doesn't boot.
SO as of now I am upgrading drbd2 (the server in question) until I get an answer
Thank you for all your help..
Quoting Lars Ellenberg <Lars.Ellenberg at linbit.com>,
on Fri, 11 Jun 2004 13:23:51 +0200:
> / 2004-06-11 03:51:10 -0700
> \ Tim Hasson:
> > One other thing I should note:
> > The system has been running for over 3 months - except for one minor
> > lately when it started oopsing, upgraded from 0.6.6 to 0.6.10 and then two
> > weeks later it just refused to work ever again.
> > Could this hint of a hardware problem?
> > I am not seeing any hardware related errors in syslog though..
> if you suspect hardware, do a memtest first...
> > If you still think I should try kernel.org kernel, then I will.
> if you can reproduce the bug at will with the current kernel,
> then this is at least worth a try.
> > Is it ok to use the same .config from redhat's kernel config for the
> > config?
> you will get some warnings about new/non existing symbols on the first
> run... and I don't know about the user space tools of RH, maybe some of
> them will refuse to work on a non-rh kernel. but then they are
> I guess it should work.
> do a "make oldconfig" , and check some of the settings using
> "make menuconfig" maybe.
> Lars Ellenberg
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