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From: Benjamin Vogt <benjamin.vogt@wi...> - 2009-06-08 15:43:41
I need to get OpenSSI running on CentOS 5. I am not sure what the
current status is, since the last mails going around on this subject
were somewhere back in 2007.
I would appreciate if anyone can point me in the right direction. I am
willing to contribute, debug, test or anything else that is required to
From: John Hughes <john@Calva.COM> - 2009-06-09 16:52:42
Benjamin Vogt wrote:
> I need to get OpenSSI running on CentOS 5. I am not sure what the
> current status is, since the last mails going around on this subject
> were somewhere back in 2007.
> I would appreciate if anyone can point me in the right direction. I am
> willing to contribute, debug, test or anything else that is required to
> accomplish this.
Just from a brief look around the web it seems that CentOS 5 (aka RHEL
5) uses (needs?) kernel 2.6.18.
I've ported the current OpenSSI stuff up to kernel 2.6.14 so far.
I've tried 2.6.15, but it hangs at boot and I haven't had time to figure
Stan Smith was working on 2.6.18, but he seems to have burned out and
given up. The last message from him on the subject said:
"Kernel builds and starts to boot until all threads/procs end up
sleeping; I suspect signal delivery is broken due to changes for pid -->