[lustre-discuss] Filesystem hanging....
Cowe, Malcolm J
malcolm.j.cowe at intel.com
Sun Aug 14 16:01:05 PDT 2016
The following page links to all the downloads. Source is available as SRPMs in the respective OS distribution directories:
There are no Ubuntu packages here though.
To access via Git, clone from:
The “git tag” command lists all the release tags; you can use git checkout <tag> to switch to the release of interest. You can also use “git branch -a” to list the branches and then checkout a branch. I use the tags, since I’m sometimes interested in specific builds.
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On 15/08/2016, 3:13 AM, "lustre-discuss on behalf of Phill Harvey-Smith" <lustre-discuss-bounces at lists.lustre.org on behalf of p.harvey-smith at warwick.ac.uk> wrote:
On 14/08/2016 03:09, Stephane Thiell wrote:
> Hi Phil,
> I understand that you’re running master on your clients (tag v2_8_56
> was created 4 days ago) and 2.1 on the servers? Running master in
> production is already a challenge. Also Lustre has never be good for
> cross-version compatibility. For example, it is possible to make 2.1
> servers work with 2.5 clients and 2.5 servers work with 2.7 clients,
> even though additional patches may be needed.
Right, I believe that the version of the client we where using before
the upgrade was certainly an older 2.x version, it might be worth seeing
if I can get that to compile on the current kernel.
Humm upgrading the server is going to be a major pain in the ass, it was
setup before I joined the department and is basically a Redhat kernel
running on an Ubuntu 10.04 base. Ideally I'd want to migrate the servers
(we have separate OSS and MDS) to a supported platform, even if it isn't
Ubuntu, it's just more sane :)
> I would say try to reduce the gap, upgrade your servers and/or try an
> official lustre release on your clients…
Is there a bare tarball** available of the official version's source? As
I'm working on Ubuntu, which is an un-supported platform IIRC, I'd have
to source compile.
**or a way to check it out of the git repository.
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