Hi all,

because of this bug lustre-source has been removed from Wheezy. From my point of view that's a pity.

I wonder if there's a general Debian policy that regulates that kernel module sources and kernel patches are not suitable for a release if they are not applicable to the default release kernel.

What's the point of rolling your own kernel then?
Is there a list of kernel versions that a certain Debian release is compatible with (e.g. is 2.6.32 too old for Wheezy?).

Lustre may not build on > 3.1 but having the Lustre sources debianized and in the Debian release still eases building and deployment of lustre on Debian a lot. And it prevents duplication of work done by everyone who wants to run Lustre on Debian.


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