Coda File System

Re: rds_zap_heap fails during vice-setup

From: Brad Clements <>
Date: Sun, 21 Jan 2001 18:53:19 -0500
On 22 Jan 2001, at 9:38, Brett Lymn wrote:

> According to Brad Clements:
> >
> >I'm using raw partitions for rvm log and data on RH 7.. any ideas?
> >
> I _think_ the script is called rvm_setup (I do not have access to my
> server to check).  In there there is a case statement just after a
> uname.  Check that the output of your uname matches one of the cases
> in the case statement.  If it does not, copy one of the case
> statements that is close to your OS and edit the label to match.
> The re-run the setup.

Thanks for the suggestion. Unfortunately I think things have changed for 
this release.

vice-setup-rvm is the closest script I can find. It doesn't call uname.

In fact, none of the vice-setup scripts call uname other than vice-setup, 
which appears to be looking for BSD only just to setup init for reboot.

It is vice-setup-rvm that fails.

The word 'done" appears twice, then the failure message. 

Do I need to reboot the server after initially installing the coda-server 
components? I don't think so, since only the client modifies the kernel 
as near as I can tell.

Brad Clements,         (315)268-1000                          (315)268-9812 Fax
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Received on 2001-01-21 18:48:48