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Re: RAID Problem
On Fri, 4 Mar 2011 18:15:39 +0100
Jan-Hinrich Fessel <oskar%zappa.unna.ping.de@localhost> wrote:
> Am 28.02.2011 um 18:52 schrieb Jan-Hinrich Fessel:
> > Am 27.02.2011 um 15:28 schrieb Jan-Hinrich Fessel:
> >> Hej there,
> >> it seems to me that options RAID_DIAGNOSTIC breaks -current kernel
> >> build as of this morning. cvs'ed just 10 hours ago and made a
> >> build.sh kernel=GENERIC just fine, I wanted to do some
> >> customisation, which failed to compile when I added
> >> RAID_DIAGNOSTIC.
> >> since this is on a sunfire V120, it will take a while for the
> >> kernel to rebuild, so I thought I should mention this here.
> > Compiles fine without RAID_DIAGNOSTIC
> > Any clues?
> Nothing changed with today's sources.
> So, nobody cares and I personally don't know how to fix this.
No... Sorry... people care.. people who care sometims just don't have
enough time to read 'kernel compilation fails' threads, but make time
to read 'RAID Problem' threads...
> can I safely just drop the line
> RF_ASSERT(raidPtr->bytesPerSector <
> rf_component_info_offset()); in a function where raidPtr is not
> defined anywhere?
Yes... that line likely crept in by mistake.
> What next? send-pr?
I'll take care of it.
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