On Tue, 2003-06-10 at 06:41, Seth Mos wrote:
> Yes, 7.3 it is. I have no boxes running anything newer. It looks like
> will be switching to Red Hat ES pretty soon for the database box which
> would mean that I can't use the XFS filesystem anymore since it is not
> covered by the support contract.
> Some other boxes for which I do not care about the support anyways
> keep using XFS. That means I'll probably would need to make some sort
> installer for Red Hat ES with XFS support in order to install or
Could it be possible to modularize the XFS? Kind of like an XFS
patch-less install? I dunno if that's possible, somewhat like how some
of these driver installers work now a days for linux?
> The biggest problem with ES is the use of the "ancient" 2.4.9 kernel
> more patches then you can shake a stick at.
If you check their .src.rpm which is freely available for that kernel,
you should see that they patch up to 2.4.18 I believe, with a ton of
other back-port stuff.
Austin Gonyou <austin@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>