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Re: Recent netbsd-5 changes seem to make (autoconfig) raidframe trouble
oster%cs.usask.ca@localhost (Greg Oster) writes:
>The issue with version numbers is that they are broken with respect to
>component labels -- the versioning checks currently check for
>equialency, rather than "<=" some version number. That means that if
>we bump the version number, then we end up writing out component labels
>which are no longer compatible with older kernels :(
You would need to create the new version only if the new fields
are non-zero. Old kernels couldn't handle such disks anyway.
Michael van Elst
"A potential Snark may lurk in every tree."
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