In a message dated 10/28/2005 5:25:49 P.M. Eastern Standard Time,
On Fri, Oct 28, 2005 at 04:33:21PM -0400, AndyLiebman@xxxxxxx wrote:
> I tried compiling XFS statically into the kernel and it's also a "no go"
> quota support. So, am I to conclude that 2.6.14 as it currently stands
> support XFS quotas?
Hmm, I'd have thought it'd work builtin, thats how I tend to use it.
Either way, the code is all there, its just an annoying config issue.
> As you know, we have quite a few users who have been waiting for the XFS
> changes that went into 2.6.14 (as you and I have discussed). Hope the fix
> along soon.
Theres a patch already floating around that will resolve it, let me
know how that goes.
could you be a little clearer on this. What do you mean by "there's a patch
already floating around". If I knew where to get the patch, I would have
installed it already rather than wasting half a day compiling various flavors
the new kernel (no preemption, voluntary preemption, high preemption).
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