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AW: AW: best kernel version to use with XFS+LVM+MD

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Subject: AW: AW: best kernel version to use with XFS+LVM+MD
From: "mai99bxd" <mai99bxd@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Mon, 11 Feb 2002 23:36:55 +0100
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>Not the old one of XFS 1.0.2 for RH7.1 from oss.sgi.com, but a very old
>kernel compiled by myself. ;-)

>Rebooted to single user mode using that very old kernel. All
filesystems
>online. Set up network with ifconfig. Ping fileserver. Listen on a TCP
>port with netcat's output redirected to a file in /tmp. Tar the
original
>RPMs on the fileserver and pipe with netcat to the crying box. Untar
>this file in /tmp. rpm -Uhv --nodeps --oldpackage *rpm. 20 min later.
>;-)

Uhh - that sounds like me when I must use vi in single user mode,
because mc isn't work.

If I compile and boot up a new kernel (and I never use RPM kernels), I
let stay the current in the lilo. So nothing happens if I compile some
trash.

Bye

ALEX
http://alexk.homeip.net



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