[Pvfs2-users] make kmod problem pvfs2_ioctl32_init undefined
vilayann at mcs.anl.gov
Thu Apr 20 18:26:32 EDT 2006
That was my bad..
I had fixed this, but forgot to commit it in CVS. I have commited a fix
for this.. Could you try again and let me know if it works?
> On x86_64, using kernel 220.127.116.11 + CVS Head pvfs2
> ./configure --with-kernel=/usr/src/linux-18.104.22.168
> insmod: error inserting './pvfs2.ko': -1 Unknown symbol in module
> >From dmesg:
> [ 2831.850909] pvfs2: Unknown symbol pvfs2_ioctl32_cleanup
> [ 2831.851045] pvfs2: Unknown symbol pvfs2_ioctl32_init
> Oops, and now a kernel panic... :-/
Whoa! How did it cause a kernel panic without even inserting the module?
Beats me.. Are you sure that it is PVFS2 related?
> The only reason I'm trying CVS is because 1.4.0 didn't seem to want to
> compile... I could go through the mailing list and try to apply on the
> specific patches I need.
Understandable.. CVS has gotten a lot of features, and bug fixes since
1.4.0, so it is probably a good idea to use CVS anyways..
Thanks for the report,
PS: BTW, are u running 32 bit user-space? it would be gr8 if you can
confirm if 32 bit user-space works on your setup? (you can set CFLAGS and
LFLAGS to "-m32" to force 32 bit user-space)
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