[Lustre-discuss] Lustre 1.8.7 kernel patches for SLES11
Kevin Van Maren
KVanMaren at fusionio.com
Wed Dec 21 09:01:47 PST 2011
I don't know why it would have been removed. I find the sd_iostats very useful.
It provides stats for any "sd" disk. So if you are using SCSI or SAS, and SATA in scsi-emulation mode (ie: no if you get IDE's /dev/hd*, but yes if you get /dev/sd*)
On Dec 21, 2011, at 9:46 AM, Charland, Denis wrote:
> Any good reason why sd_iostats-2.6.32-vanilla.patch has been removed
> from lustre/kernel_patches/series/2.6-sles11.series in Lustre 1.8.7?
I found that it has been removed as part of “b=23988 Remove sd iostats patch from sles11 patch series”.
I’m using this patch series to patch kernel 18.104.22.168-163 in Fedora12. Should I avoid applying this patch
when building the patched kernel?
Does this patch apply to SCSI disks only or does it apply to other type of disks (SAS/SATA) too?
UNIX Systems Administrator
National Research Council Canada
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