Note: "permalinks" may not be as permanent as we would like,
direct links of old sources may well be a few messages off.
Hi Lars, in my opinion support for 2.4 kernels is necessary. We are using several SLES 8 in production state. The 0.7 branch of drbd has many features, which make production more fearless and reliable. For new systems you are right to use 2.6 kernel systems (like SLES 9, by the way: where can i get a SLES 9 test version?), but we don't want to migrate our current systems to a new kernel (with all the testing and migration effort) , only to use the 0.7 branch of drbd. So i think it is wise to have two stable versions of drbd (one for 2.4 and one for 2.6 kernels) at release date of 0.7. I do the best to help, but i am a IT guy with some cluster knowledge, C programming is not my favorite. So long Michael On Friday 25 June 2004 15:25, drbd-user-request at lists.linbit.com wrote: > Date: Fri, 25 Jun 2004 13:53:19 +0200 > From: Lars Marowsky-Bree <lmb at suse.de> > To: Benoit.Ropartz at alcatel.fr, drbd-user at linbit.com > Subject: Re: [DRBD-user] Compilation error with drbd-0.7_pre8 and Linux 2.4 > (SLES 8.0 SP3 and i386 SMP) > > On 2004-06-25T13:43:41, > > Benoit.Ropartz at alcatel.fr said: > > I have seen in last CVS that you defined find_first_bit and find_next_bit > > for X86 > > target ==> #if defined(CONFIG_X86) ??? > > > > Why you don't add functions for other target ??? My mine is PPC.... > > Use a 2.6.x kernel and be happy ;-) > > > Sincerely, > Lars Marowsky-Brée <lmb at suse.de> > > -- > High Availability & Clustering \ ever tried. ever failed. no matter. > SUSE Labs, Research and Development | try again. fail again. fail better. > SUSE LINUX AG - A Novell company \ -- Samuel Beckett > > > --__--__--