> On Wed, May 29, 2002 at 08:51:06AM +1000, Nathan Scott wrote:
> > Known problem, with no fix yet AFAIK. It is not really related to
> > XFS at all, you're tripping it in XFS because we include some quite
> > recent quota patches in the XFS CVS trees (ie. the patches that've
> > just recently gone into 2.5.17) - you will find that you can no
> > longer build Samba with quota enabled if you have Linus' current
> > 2.5 headers below /usr/include/linux also.
> > This is a problem which needs to be fixed in Samba sources, they'll
> > need to have a local quota header file, rather than using the ones
> > below /usr/include/linux
> Why should we have to have a local quota header file ? Why can't
> it work on Linux like every other UNIX system - we don't need a
> local quota.h for them ?
> This is not a Samba problem IMHO., but a Linux one.
I don't think it's important whose problem it is but how to solve it
:). Including kernel headers isn't wise technique but I understand that
glibc contains only old header file and so Samba had to get the
When I was implementing user space tools handling quota I was thinking
where to get the headers and finally I decided that having own local
include is the easiest way (this way quota tools are able to handle all
existing kernels independently of the kernel used during the time of
I think that this way would be also the most reliable for Samba at
least until the headers in glibc are changed to newer ones...
Jan Kara <jack@xxxxxxx>
SuSE CR Labs