Problem compiling graid5

Arne Wörner arne_woerner at
Mon Nov 12 11:20:36 PST 2007


I took a close look and now I guess/hope, that u use an old user-land-program
(/usr/sbin/graid5 or where is it?)...

I added the "no yo-yo" flag (-y) to "stop"/"destroy" some time ago, so that the
device stays "stop"ped, even though GEOM would like to taste its consumers
again... *giggle*

I uploaded a fixed PP and TNG/EFF version...


--- Henrik Bergkvist <henrik at> wrote:

> Arne Wörner wrote:
> > Hi!
> >
> > The graid5 female testing officer found, that this problem just happens
> with
> > EFF aka. TNG... with the stable version this problem doesnt occur... I dont
> > know why, since both use the same destroy aka. stop procedure...
> >
> > Bye
> > Arne
> >   
> Ok, I used -PP, but I guess it's the same thing there then...
> /Henrik

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