[gentoo-user] Failure of zfs-kmod with 3.13.* kernel

2014-02-08 Thread Scott Ellis
When trying to build zfs-kmod against a a 3.13.[0|1|2] kernel, spl works fine, but zfs fails. It looks like the issue is that the configure script isn't doing quite the right check for bdi_setup_and_register, so HAVE_BDI_SETUP_AND_REGISTER doesn't get defined, and then there's a mismatch

[gentoo-user] ZFS wiki confusion

2013-03-31 Thread Douglas J Hunley
/var/tmp/portage/sys-kernel/spl-/work/spl- ./copy-builtin /usr/src/linux) root # (cd /var/tmp/portage/sys-fs/zfs-kmod-/work/zfs-kmod-/ ./copy-builtin /usr/src/linux) After this, you just need to edit the kernel config to enable CONFIG_SPL and CONFIG_ZFS and emerge the zfs binaries

Re: [gentoo-user] why zfs and friends want to update to 9999?

2017-10-11 Thread J. Roeleveld
how did you unmask zfs? Here are mine: $ grep -r zfs /etc/portage /etc/portage/sets/zfs:sys-fs/zfs /etc/portage/sets/zfs:sys-fs/zfs-kmod /etc/portage/package.keywords/zfs:=sys-fs/zfs-kmod-0.7.1 ~amd64 /etc/portage/package.keywords/zfs:=sys-fs/zfs-0.7.1 ~amd64 $ grep -r spl /etc/portage /etc/portag

Re: [gentoo-user] Is 'MAKEOPTS=--jobs --load-average=5' silly?

2013-03-25 Thread Neil Bothwick
, then zfs-kmod. But that's because zfs-kmod requires a complete built spl. Interesting, I have --jobs and portage doesn't try t build spl and zfs-kmod in parallel, it always completes spl first. -- Neil Bothwick If the cops arrest a mime, do they tell her she has the right to remain silent

[gentoo-user] Re: OT: Fighting bit rot

2013-01-09 Thread walt
zfs and zfs-kmod packages to get zfs support? Are they ready for prime time?

Re: [gentoo-user] Re: beegfs goes opensource!

2016-02-26 Thread Rich Freeman
-in-kernel system available, and that it would also be possible to > accomplish this via an overlay... sys-fs/zfs-kmod -- Rich

Re: [gentoo-user] Failure of zfs-kmod with 3.13.* kernel

2014-02-08 Thread Neil Bothwick
On Sat, 8 Feb 2014 10:07:31 -0800, Scott Ellis wrote: When trying to build zfs-kmod against a a 3.13.[0|1|2] kernel, spl works fine, but zfs fails. It looks like the issue is that the configure script isn't doing quite the right check for bdi_setup_and_register, so

Re: [gentoo-user] Failure of zfs-kmod with 3.13.* kernel

2014-02-09 Thread Scott Ellis
Ah, I missed that bug report. Thanks for the pointer (and the workaround). On Sat, Feb 8, 2014 at 11:50 AM, Neil Bothwick n...@digimed.co.uk wrote: On Sat, 8 Feb 2014 10:07:31 -0800, Scott Ellis wrote: When trying to build zfs-kmod against a a 3.13.[0|1|2] kernel, spl works fine, but zfs

Re: [gentoo-user] why zfs and friends want to update to 9999?

2017-10-11 Thread John Covici
cd which is > > using zfs 0.7.1. > > > > Thanks in advance for any ideas. > > check your keywords, how did you unmask zfs? > > Here are mine: > > $ grep -r zfs /etc/portage > /etc/portage/sets/zfs:sys-fs/zfs > /etc/portage/sets/zfs:sys-fs/zfs-kmod > /e

Re: [gentoo-user] why zfs and friends want to update to 9999?

2017-10-11 Thread J. Roeleveld
> > Here are mine: > > > > $ grep -r zfs /etc/portage > > /etc/portage/sets/zfs:sys-fs/zfs > > /etc/portage/sets/zfs:sys-fs/zfs-kmod > > /etc/portage/package.keywords/zfs:=sys-fs/zfs-kmod-0.7.1 ~amd64 > > /etc/portage/package.keywords/zfs:=sys-fs/zfs-0.7.

Re: [gentoo-user] Is 'MAKEOPTS=--jobs --load-average=5' silly?

2013-03-26 Thread Neil Bothwick
On Tue, 26 Mar 2013 21:58:29 +0100, Michael Hampicke wrote: I havent't had any failed builds that were related to the --jobs option. The only exception is when rebuilding my kernel modules. I have to build spl first, then zfs-kmod. But that's because zfs-kmod requires a complete built

Re: [gentoo-user] Is 'MAKEOPTS=--jobs --load-average=5' silly?

2013-03-27 Thread Michael Hampicke
Am 26.03.2013 22:40, schrieb Neil Bothwick: On Tue, 26 Mar 2013 21:58:29 +0100, Michael Hampicke wrote: I havent't had any failed builds that were related to the --jobs option. The only exception is when rebuilding my kernel modules. I have to build spl first, then zfs-kmod. But that's

[gentoo-user] Re: ZFS wiki confusion

2013-04-01 Thread Remy Blank
Douglas J Hunley wrote: Do you really need to copy the files into the kernel tree? No, you don't need to do that. which seems to pull in the daemon and the kmod so wouldn't the zfs-kmod ebuild build against the current kernel and drop in the modules directory all by itself much like any

Re: [gentoo-user] Re: beegfs goes opensource!

2016-02-27 Thread Tanstaafl
s, to have their own >> ZFS-in-kernel system available, and that it would also be possible to >> accomplish this via an overlay... > sys-fs/zfs-kmod I would be using this on a server, so, for security reasons, no module support.

Re: [gentoo-user] {OT} Need a new server

2013-09-17 Thread Grant
for ongoing kernel updates (with minimal fear of breaking things due to a complex/fragile methodology)... Can't you just emerge zfs-kmod? Or maybe you're trying to do it without module support? - Grant

Re: [gentoo-user] {OT} Need a new server

2013-09-17 Thread Pandu Poluan
for getting ZFS compiled into the kernel that is workable/tenable for ongoing kernel updates (with minimal fear of breaking things due to a complex/fragile methodology)... Can't you just emerge zfs-kmod? Or maybe you're trying to do it without module support? @tanstaafl's kernels have no module

Re: [gentoo-user] {OT} Need a new server

2013-09-17 Thread Grant
for ongoing kernel updates (with minimal fear of breaking things due to a complex/fragile methodology)... Can't you just emerge zfs-kmod? Or maybe you're trying to do it without module support? @tanstaafl's kernels have no module support. OK, but why exclude module support? - Grant

Re: [gentoo-user] {OT} Need a new server

2013-09-17 Thread Grant
for ongoing kernel updates (with minimal fear of breaking things due to a complex/fragile methodology)... Can't you just emerge zfs-kmod? Or maybe you're trying to do it without module support? @tanstaafl's kernels have no module support. OK, but why exclude module support? Noo

Re: [gentoo-user] Re: beegfs goes opensource!

2016-02-28 Thread Tanstaafl
own >>>> ZFS-in-kernel system available, and that it would also be possible to >>>> accomplish this via an overlay... >>> sys-fs/zfs-kmod >> I would be using this on a server, so, for security reasons, no module >> support. > > echo sys-fs/zfs kernel

Re: [gentoo-user] Is 'MAKEOPTS=--jobs --load-average=5' silly?

2013-03-26 Thread Michael Hampicke
modules. I have to build spl first, then zfs-kmod. But that's because zfs-kmod requires a complete built spl. Interesting, I have --jobs and portage doesn't try t build spl and zfs-kmod in parallel, it always completes spl first. Interesting. Maybe a problem with module-rebuild? I

Re: [gentoo-user] Re: beegfs goes opensource!

2016-02-28 Thread Neil Bothwick
possible to > >> accomplish this via an overlay... > > > sys-fs/zfs-kmod > > I would be using this on a server, so, for security reasons, no module > support. echo sys-fs/zfs kernel-builtin >/etc/portage/package.use You need to unmask the kernel-builtin USE flag.

Re: [gentoo-user] Re: OT: Fighting bit rot

2013-01-09 Thread Volker Armin Hemmann
files and supports dedup. is not linux-only. Are you using the gentoo zfs and zfs-kmod packages to get zfs support? yes. Are they ready for prime time? they work for me. I don't use latest-and-greatest kernels and I use vanilla kernel.org sources. zpool status pool: zfstank state

Re: [gentoo-user] Is 'MAKEOPTS=--jobs --load-average=5' silly?

2013-03-25 Thread Michael Hampicke
to the --jobs option. The only exception is when rebuilding my kernel modules. I have to build spl first, then zfs-kmod. But that's because zfs-kmod requires a complete built spl.

Re: [gentoo-user] Optional /usr merge in Gentoo

2013-08-27 Thread Neil Bothwick
to have the spl and zfs-kmod ebuilds do this with an appropriate USE flag. -- Neil Bothwick Bury a lawyer 12 feet under, because deep down they're nice. signature.asc Description: PGP signature

Re: [gentoo-user] Optional /usr merge in Gentoo

2013-08-27 Thread Tanstaafl
-sources run the script I wonder it it would be possible to have the spl and zfs-kmod ebuilds do this with an appropriate USE flag. Thats what I'm looking for... something that is automatic and basically 'just works'. Manually running a script as part of each kernel update just... well

Re: [gentoo-user] {OT} Need a new server

2013-09-17 Thread Alan McKinnon
into the kernel that is workable/tenable for ongoing kernel updates (with minimal fear of breaking things due to a complex/fragile methodology)... Can't you just emerge zfs-kmod? Or maybe you're trying to do it without module support? @tanstaafl's kernels have no module support. OK, but why

Re: [gentoo-user] {OT} Need a new server

2013-09-17 Thread Alan McKinnon
into the kernel that is workable/tenable for ongoing kernel updates (with minimal fear of breaking things due to a complex/fragile methodology)... Can't you just emerge zfs-kmod? Or maybe you're trying to do it without module support? @tanstaafl's kernels have no module support. OK, but why

Re: [gentoo-user] Is 'MAKEOPTS=--jobs --load-average=5' silly?

2013-03-25 Thread gottlieb
havent't had any failed builds that were related to the --jobs option. The only exception is when rebuilding my kernel modules. I have to build spl first, then zfs-kmod. But that's because zfs-kmod requires a complete built spl. I don't change EMERGE_DEFAULT_OPTS either. What I change

Re: [gentoo-user] Optional /usr merge in Gentoo

2013-08-27 Thread Neil Bothwick
On Tue, 27 Aug 2013 08:37:54 -0400, Tanstaafl wrote: I already posted the script I use to do exactly that. emerge gentoo-sources run the script I wonder it it would be possible to have the spl and zfs-kmod ebuilds do this with an appropriate USE flag. Thats what I'm looking

Re: [gentoo-user] kernel 4.9.77 error segfault in compile.

2018-01-22 Thread Rich Freeman
causes issues (which I assume is due to imperfect makefiles). 2. When building packages that install kernel modules the prepared sources won't exist. This requires going back and re-preparing them (make O=/var/tmp/linux modules_prepare). For packages like zfs-kmod that use Module.symvers this is even more painful as you can only get that by rebuilding the whole thing. -- Rich

Re: [gentoo-user] kernel 4.9.77 error segfault in compile.

2018-01-22 Thread Alexander Kapshuk
se a bit more building, I personally tend to >> redirect kernel build output. I add O=/var/tmp/linux to all my make >> commands, which leaves /usr/src untouched and builds faster besides >> (tmpfs). >> >> The main downsides to this are: >> 1. Make can't re-us

Re: [gentoo-user] kernel 4.9.77 error segfault in compile.

2018-01-23 Thread Corbin Bird
r/tmp/linux to all my make >>> commands, which leaves /usr/src untouched and builds faster besides >>> (tmpfs). >>> >>> The main downsides to this are: >>> 1. Make can't re-use objects from previous builds, so rebuilds will >>> go slower. Th

Re: [gentoo-user] kernel 4.9.77 error segfault in compile.

2018-01-22 Thread Corbin Bird
). > > The main downsides to this are: > 1. Make can't re-use objects from previous builds, so rebuilds will > go slower. Though, IMO this is worthwhile if re-using those objects > causes issues (which I assume is due to imperfect makefiles). > 2. When building packages that install k

Re: [gentoo-user] kernel 4.9.77 error segfault in compile.

2018-01-23 Thread Alexander Kapshuk
; Don't forget to back up your .config before running mrproper. >>>>> >>>> While this is going to cause a bit more building, I personally tend to >>>> redirect kernel build output. I add O=/var/tmp/linux to all my make >>>> commands, which leave