On Fri, Nov 15, 2002 at 01:07:57PM +0100, Zlatko Calusic wrote:
> What kernel do you use?
Presently I'm running a kernel compiled from CVS as of yesterday, but
the problem I found went away two days ago or so (using whatever was
> Hm, before answering that, I'll need a little help to compile kernel
> with xfs from cvs. How do i proceed, get everything from cvs and put
> instead of in-kernel tree?
cvs -d :pserver:cvs@xxxxxxxxxxx/cvs login
cvs -d :pserver:cvs@xxxxxxxxxxx/cvs co linux-2.5-xfs
cp path/to/present/.config .config
make dep bzImage modules
> I thought 2.5 follows cvs, is that true?
I don't know official if it should, but it certainly lags a fair
amount at times. Maybe someone from SGI can comment on how often
stuff is pushed to Linus?
> Or are we speaking just about last few days worth of work which is
> in cvs but not yet synced to Linus kernel tree?
I'm talking, in this instance, about something 'working' now that
didn't a few days ago (being no longer able to get xfsdump getting
stuck in io_schedule).
In general though, it would seem Linus' tree lags by a few days to
over a week at times.