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Re: raidframe oddity, take three (kernel panic!)
Hello. Well, I don't entirely understand CVS numbering either.
However, a kernel I have which does work with 1TB disks just fine shows:
$NetBSD: rf_reconstruct.c,v 126.96.36.199 2008/04/19 15:52:11 bouyer Exp $
I'm pretty sure this will work. However, since I was the one who
helped Greg work this little bug out, it's possible my kernel doesn't
reflect all the right cvs version numbers, since I built everything, tested
it, and put it into production while all the changes were getting checked
in and pulled up.
Pulling from Sources for the netbsd-4 branch as of June 1 2008 or
later will definitely get you the right stuff.
On Dec 12, 4:18pm, der Mouse wrote:
} Subject: Re: raidframe oddity, take three (kernel panic!)
} >> If so, then raidframe won't work with such large disks. You need
} >> [...] rf_reconstruct.c 188.8.131.52 or later.
} > 4.0.1 seems to use 1.95.2.something, so I'll probably just push the
} > machine to 4.0.1. Thank you very much!
} Now done. Doesn't help.
} And yes, I've gone to some lengths to verify that the kernel that just
} now crashed is indeed the one I built an hour or two ago from the 4.0.1
} source tree (which means, with rf_reconstruct.c,v 184.108.40.206).
} Or is 220.127.116.11 _not_ later than 18.104.22.168? I don't totally understand
} CVS numbering.
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