[PATCH Coda 0/5]
anderson at freebsd.org
Thu Jul 12 03:59:13 UTC 2007
On 07/11/07 21:57, Eric Anderson wrote:
> On 07/11/07 17:35, Jan Harkes wrote:
>> On Wed, Jul 11, 2007 at 10:36:10PM +0100, Robert Watson wrote:
>>> On Tue, 10 Jul 2007, Jan Harkes wrote:
>>>> Here is my current patch series.
>>> I've now committed these five patches to the CVS HEAD. Let me know if
>>> there are any further patches that need committing, and if it's appropriate
>>> to merge these to the RELENG_6 branch after a suitable delay (a couple of
>> Thank you. I'm pretty sure not all of these changes are appropriate for
>> RELENG_6. Once I make sure current is in shape I'll start looking at a
>> possible backmerge.
>>>> (only one minor conflict). I am still in the middle of make buildworld and
>> Buildworld is actually still running. There was a problem that caused
>> the build to fail during "stage 4.3 make dependencies". It took me a
>> couple of tries before I figured out that it was because the clock in
>> the qemu VM was somehow set to the middle of May 2007.
>> As a result the dependencies in usr/gnu/usr.bin/cc/cc_tools triggered a
>> rebuild of a header file which caused a rebuild of the C compiler (which
>> went fine during the earlier bootstrap). The build failure was then
>> caused by the fact that the generated binaries were linked against the
>> new libc and as such were expecting FBSD_1.0 symbol and failed to run
>> with the installed libc, which doesn't have symbol versions.
>> The real bug was the incorrect system time, which triggered a rebuild
>> of some critical binaries when it was supposed to just recalculate
> I've done the patches and buildworld/kernel, and have loaded the kernel
> module. All seems well. Now I need to get the latest client running,
> and begin some tests. Do you have any notes on the client, since the
> port is essentially defunct? What's my fastest path to a working client?
Nevermind - I successfully got the coda 6.9.1 code going, and have
tested it and the kernel code recently committed, and all seems to work
very well. I've only done very simple testing, but so far nothing has
broken, things have worked, and no panics.
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