> I gave 2.4.6 and XFS a few tries but to no avail, the 2.4.6 xfs-cvs
> patch available on your ftp site seems to break the kernel build process
> when jointly applied with JFS 1.0.0 and LVM 0.9.1b7.
> The 2.4.5 patch worked ok with the 2.4.5 kernel, but the 2.4.6 patch
> seems to be broken.
You need to be a bit more explicit in what you mean by breaks the build
process, plus you are in effect applying two lvm patches. The xfs kernel
contains 0.9.1_beta6 while the base kernel still contains 0.9.1_beta2, so
applying 0.9.1b7 is not that straight forward, plus, as Seth already
pointed out, we have more than just a different revision of lvm in
> Any hint on how to put JFS/XFS and the last LVM in the 2.4.6 kernel?
> JFS and LVM 0.9.1b7 do work ok in the 2.4.6 kernel.
> Best regards and thanks for releasing XFS for Linux.
> Mathias Herberts.
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