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RE: Backup ACLs

To: "Nathan Scott" <nathans@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Subject: RE: Backup ACLs
From: "Juer Lee" <Juer.Lee@xxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Wed, 25 Jul 2001 11:04:14 +0100
Cc: <linux-xfs@xxxxxxxxxxx>
Sender: owner-linux-xfs@xxxxxxxxxxx
Thread-index: AcEUiGmRXddmcIeWSE6y/OTZgkRjWwAXpRjgAAJxENA=
Thread-topic: Backup ACLs
>-----Original Message-----
>From: Juer Lee 
>Sent: 25 July 2001 10:00
>To: Nathan Scott
>Cc: linux-xfs@xxxxxxxxxxx
>Subject: RE: Backup ACLs
>>On Jul 24,  4:57pm, Juer Lee wrote:
>>> Subject: RE: Backup ACLs
>>> >
>>> >> >
>>> >> >Take a look on the ftp site, there is an rpm of 1.0.11 of 
>>> >xfsdump here:
>>> >> >
>>> >> >ftp://oss.sgi.com/projects/xfs/download/cmd_rpms/
>>> >> >
>>> >> >Try this version.
>>> >> >
>>> >> >Steve
>>> >> >
>>> >> Thanks.
>>> >> 
>>> >> Ohmm, I have already downloaded it, but I failed to compile 
>>> >that version
>>> >> on my machine (Power PC).  So I used version 1.0.2 as I mentioned
>>> >> before. Is it my version 2.95.2 GCC's problem?=20
>>> >> 
>>> >> Juer
>>> >
>>> >Hmm, we need more details than 'failed to compile'
>>> >
>>> >Steve
>>> >
>>> When I compiled it, I got error message as 
>>> xfs_fsr.c:156: 'O_DIRECT' undeclared here (not in a function)
>>> Thougn I can modify some code for that, I am not sure if 
>>other problems
>>> I will meet.
>>If you compile against the XFS headers from the current
>>xfsprogs-devel rpms, you should find this problem goes away.
>>The Debian porters came across this problem and helped fix it
>>quite awhile ago now.
>>You will then run into the next problem, which is that there
>>are no syscall entry points for the ACL and extended attribute
>>system calls for the PowerPC architecture, so you will need to
>>make changes to your kernel and to the libattr & libacl source
>>to implement this.
>>I'm surprised that the test you did (from your original mail)
>>didn't give you errors when you ran "chacl" the first time...
>>did you not see an error like:
>>"libacl: acl_set system call not defined for this architecture"?
>Oh, yes, I have already changed those code for ACl, but I forgot to
>mention all since I just met the problems when using xfsdump. So you
>needn't feel strange :) 
>I am now using xfsprogs 1.3.1, need I add xfsprogs-devel rpms?
>Under ftp://oss.sgi.com/projects/xfs/download/cmd_rpms/, But I find
>xfsprogs-1,3,1-pre1.sc.rpm and xfsprogs-devel-1.3.1-pre1.i386.rpm only
>there. Which one should I use?

I tried to use a different version of xfs-progs-devel, It
still didn't work.:(


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