[Lustre-discuss] Packates for Ubuntu-10.04 LTS accting as a Lustre server
adilger at whamcloud.com
Thu Dec 15 10:21:44 PST 2011
On 2011-12-15, at 7:09 AM, Guy Coates wrote:
> On 15/12/11 13:32, Ramiro Alba wrote:
>> Hi all,
>> I've made available an Ubuntu repository:
> On a related note; attached is a dkms config file for lustre *client*
> kernel modules.
> It will give you a deb containing the kernel modules, and will
> auto-magically rebuild modules when new kernels are installed. (You will
> still need to build the userspace deb as normal.)
> Tested on ubuntu 10.04 / 2.6.32 kernel stream, but it should work on any
> distro that supports dkms and runs a kernel that is compatible with the
> lustre client.
It would be useful to others if you submitted a patch with this in it. There are already debian build targets (we build Ubuntu 10 clients).
How does this differ from this existing support?
> Stick the dkms.conf file in the top of your lustre source directory and
> copy it to /usr/src.
> # register the source
> dkms add -m lustre -v 1.8.7wc1
> # build module for currently installed kernel.
> dkms build -m lustre -v 1.8.7wc1
> # optionally build for other kernel versions
> dkms build -m lustre -v 1.8.7wc1 -k <other kernel versions>
> # build a kernel-module deb
> dkms mkdeb -m lustre -v 1.8.7wc1 --all
> dkms mkdsc -m lustre -v 1.8.7wc1 --all
> #rpm systems (not tested)
> dkms mkrpm -m lustre -v 1.8.7wc1 --all
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