[RESOLVED] XFS kernel module missing in CentOS 6

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Re: XFS kernel module missing in CentOS 6

Post by AlanBartlett » 2011/07/17 01:09:04

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Alan, that find returns no matches. xfs.ko has mysteriously vanished!
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Of course, I [i]should[/i] have also asked you for your system's architecture . . .

It's all "water under the bridge" now that [b]Trevor[/b] has "put his finger on it".

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Re: XFS kernel module missing in CentOS 6

Post by secant » 2011/07/17 01:23:25

Yes, the mystery of the missing xfs module appears to be solved. Looks like I'll be heading into Debian country. Thanks again!

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Re: XFS kernel module missing in CentOS 6

Post by alm2k » 2011/07/17 02:14:53

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secant wrote:
Yes, the mystery of the missing xfs module appears to be solved. Looks like I'll be heading into Debian country. Thanks again![/quote]

I would expect the x86_64 version to become more common because it supports more memory (etc), but you're probably not able to run that on your hardware given your answer?

Nevertheless, I see more downloads of i386 than of x86_64 in my BT client.

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Re: [RESOLVED] XFS kernel module missing in CentOS 6

Post by AlanBartlett » 2011/07/17 18:22:16

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alm2k wrote:

I would expect the x86_64 version to become more common because it supports more memory (etc), but you're probably not able to run that on your hardware given your answer?

Nevertheless, I see more downloads of i386 than of x86_64 in my BT client.[/quote]
I guess you missed what the OP typed in post #8 --

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this machine isn't capable of running a 64-bit OS.
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On behalf of the OP, and for posterity, this thread is marked [RESOLVED].

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