|Subject:||Re: [REVIEW] Don't make lazy counters default for mkfs|
|From:||Russell Cattelan <cattelan@xxxxxxxxxxx>|
|Date:||Fri, 29 Feb 2008 15:21:57 -0600|
|Cc:||Barry Naujok <bnaujok@xxxxxxx>, "xfs@xxxxxxxxxxx" <xfs@xxxxxxxxxxx>|
|User-agent:||Thunderbird 188.8.131.52 (X11/20071227)|
Nathan Scott wrote:
I don't suppose there is an easy way to query xfs and find out if it can supportOn Thu, 2008-02-28 at 12:09 +1100, Barry Naujok wrote:Lazy superblock counters was released into mainline in 2.6.23-rc1.Some distros are still running an older kernel (2.6.22 for example) and with(many distros? RHEL5 and SLES10 wont have such recent kernels yet, right?)the latest xfsprogs, cannot mount a freshly made filesystem withdefault options.This patch make lazy counters default back to off now.Looks good, thanks.Users who have a more recent kernel can easily enable them with mkfsor xfs_admin -c1 (in a patch posted out a few days ago which will be in the same xfsprogs release as this patch).Lazy counters will default to on again in xfsprogs 2.10.0 (when CIsupport is released). This should give enough time for distro kernels to catchup.Hmm, that still seems pretty soon to me. I'd have thought you'd at least want to wait until most of the distributions (esp. SUSE for you guys) have released versions that have kernels sufficiently recent that the default mkfs will work. Otherwise this will be a recurring problem.
the lazy SB option?
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