Note: "permalinks" may not be as permanent as we would like,
direct links of old sources may well be a few messages off.
On 12/04/2012 02:47 AM, Lars Ellenberg wrote: > The next merge window (so, 3.8) should see the equivalent of 8.4.2, > plus patches (whatever comes up during the merge window). Well, what do you know: #define REL_VERSION "8.3.13" That would explain a couple things, anyway. > Maybe you should get your DRBD (and Support) from LINBIT instead. Well, DRBD does seem to be a "product of LINBIT". And I was definitely wrong about 8.4.2 being in mainline. Not sure why I thought it was. But if LINBIT is the only source of DRBD, and 8.4.x won't compile against, and isn't included in the latest kernels, where else would one magically obtain it? Theirs is clearly broken in that regard, and so far as I know, they're the only source of it. My question can be slightly modified to apply to 8.3.13, though. If the code has been modified to compile against API changes in 3.7, it's not the same version. Should I be worried about DRBD in general? Or at least 8.4.2? It seems like the community is ignoring it even though the DRBD site and all documentation seem to point to it as the preferred version. -- Shaun Thomas OptionsHouse | 141 W. Jackson Blvd. | Suite 500 | Chicago IL, 60604 312-444-8534 sthomas at optionshouse.com ______________________________________________ See http://www.peak6.com/email_disclaimer/ for terms and conditions related to this email