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Comments for zfs 44

Barno B's avatar

barno wrote about 1 year ago

Hi just a notification to show this is broken for x86_64 in tumbleweed...


Jan Engelhardt's avatar

jengelh wrote about 1 year ago

Nothing we can do if zol does not support newer kernels quickly enough.


Nick Krichevsky's avatar

ollienx wrote about 1 year ago

0.7.10 was released - has support for kernel 4.18 :)


Barno B's avatar

barno wrote about 1 year ago

jengelh, thank you for your quick response. as ollienx mentions 0.7.10 is available now (hint hint) ;)


Ralf Kölmel's avatar

koralle wrote about 1 year ago

Dear Jan, as the previous comments stated, it would be nice to get also ZFS 0.7.10 from this repo. Thank you in advance for your work ! Best, Ralf


Ralf Kölmel's avatar

koralle wrote about 1 year ago

as i've read in the zfs-discuss mailing list, ZFS 0.7.10 should be avoided because of some regresssion which could lead to degraded pools after upgrade. Now Version 0.7.11 is out.


Tyler Wagler's avatar

tylerwagler wrote about 1 year ago

After a 'zypper dup' to zfs 0.8.0-rc, I'm having issues with the zpool command. zpool: symbol lookup error: zpool: undefined symbol: zpool_reopen_one


Jan Engelhardt's avatar

jengelh wrote about 1 year ago

Please use bugzilla for these kinds of things.


Markus Heberling's avatar

tisoft_media wrote 12 months ago

Hi,

zfs-kmp-default still depends on spl-kmp-default, but that isn't available anymore, since SPL has been merged into ZFS. The dependency should be remove from the RPM. I have force installed the zfs-kmp-default package, ignoring the missing spl-kmp-default and everything works as expected. (Tested on opensuse leap 15)


H Brass's avatar

brassh wrote 10 months ago

Same here. I submitted a proposed fix: https://build.opensuse.org/request/show/648204


Steffen Sledz's avatar

zone42 wrote 11 months ago

Can someone please check the build for openSUSE_Leap_15.0!

The provided RPM contains a dependency for an outdated kernel version (4.12.14-lp150.11.4).

And a try to build the RPM for myself from the sources lead to the same error as the build for SLE_15 here:

Directory not found: /home/abuild/rpmbuild/BUILDROOT/zfs-0.8.0~rc1-1.1.x86_64/usr/lib/udev

:(


Steffen Sledz's avatar

zone42 wrote 11 months ago

Ping!


H Brass's avatar

brassh wrote 10 months ago



Jon Brightwell's avatar

moozaad wrote 10 months ago

This is building against openSUSE:Leap:15.0/standard instead of combined with openSUSE:Leap:15.0:Update/standard for the current kernel. Any chance of getting that updated?


Jan Engelhardt's avatar

jengelh wrote 10 months ago

Since that is not a property of the zfs package, I can't change that. It's also not needed because both 15.0 and 15.0:Update share the same kernel ABI.


Jon Brightwell's avatar

moozaad wrote 10 months ago

Actually it forces you to use the original leap kernel instead of the updated. The module goes in the wrong modules folder and there's some sym issues.


Jan Engelhardt's avatar

jengelh wrote 10 months ago

I suggest you file a bug report with the openSUSE kernel guys. Apparently, no KMP whatsoever has the "ksym(....)" entities anymore (rpm -qR --provides zfs-kmp-default-...., rpm -qR --provides xtables-addons-kmp-..., etc.)


Jon Brightwell's avatar

moozaad wrote 10 months ago

Sorry, that's a outside my knowledge. Are the ksyms, rpm metadata? I also noticed the build goes nuclear with objcopy asserts and take 30+ mins.



Jon Brightwell's avatar

moozaad wrote 7 months ago

No fix from obs/rpm upstream so far. It's the bad find-requires.ksyms that's doing it.

To others: If you wish to use zfs with L15 with kernel updates (from official update repo), you need to make a home project and add rpm and rpm-config-SUSE from base:systems, and zfs from here. This will then build without the ksym errors and bad kmp rpm provides. Make sure to set the project repo as Opensuse:Leap:15:Update/standard.


Steffen Sledz's avatar

zone42 wrote 7 months ago

Has anyone set up such a project that can be shared?

I don't think it makes sense for everyone interested to establish their own project.


Jon Brightwell's avatar

moozaad wrote 6 months ago

home:moozaad:zfs-ksymsfix/zfs I've not tested it as I'm not using zfs right now. But that's how it should be set up. I'm happy to leave that there until the issue is fixed.


Steffen Sledz's avatar

zone42 wrote 6 months ago

I gave it a try with latest Leap 15.0.

But unfortunately after installing zfs and a reboot all ZFS related services failed to start because the ZFS kernel modules were not loaded. :(


Jon Brightwell's avatar

moozaad wrote 6 months ago

You haven't locked your kernel or anything? latest L15 is kernel-default-base-4.12.14 and that is what the kmp is built against.


Steffen Sledz's avatar

zone42 wrote 6 months ago

Distribution: openSUSE Leap 15.0 Name : kernel-default Version : 4.12.14 Release : lp150.12.48.1 Architecture: x86_64 Install Date: Tue Feb 19 07:22:32 2019


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_nobody_ wrote 10 months ago

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Michiya Hagimoto's avatar

kokeko wrote 10 months ago

very thanks!


Michiya Hagimoto's avatar

kokeko wrote 10 months ago

x86_64 build failed?


Michiya Hagimoto's avatar

kokeko wrote 8 months ago

ZFS-0.8.0-rc3 released.

https://github.com/zfsonlinux/zfs/releases/tag/zfs-0.8.0-rc3

Please update for tumbleweed kernel 4.20.x


Michiya Hagimoto's avatar

kokeko wrote 8 months ago

Thanks


Michiya Hagimoto's avatar

kokeko wrote 8 months ago

Why failed? spec file.


Michiya Hagimoto's avatar

kokeko wrote 8 months ago

Thanks!!!


Michiya Hagimoto's avatar

kokeko wrote 5 months ago

ZFS-0.8.0-rc4 released.

https://github.com/zfsonlinux/zfs/releases/tag/zfs-0.8.0-rc4

Please update for tumbleweed kernel 5.0.x


Michiya Hagimoto's avatar

kokeko wrote 5 months ago

Thanks!!!


Michiya Hagimoto's avatar

kokeko wrote 4 months ago

ZFS-0.8.0-rc5 released.

https://github.com/zfsonlinux/zfs/releases/tag/zfs-0.8.0-rc5

Please update for tumbleweed kernel 5.1.x


Michiya Hagimoto's avatar

kokeko wrote 4 months ago

Thanks!


Michiya Hagimoto's avatar

kokeko wrote 4 months ago

ZFS-0.8.0 released.

https://github.com/zfsonlinux/zfs/releases/tag/zfs-0.8.0

Please update for production use.


Aleksa Sarai's avatar

cyphar wrote 4 months ago

I submitted an SR yesterday -- you can check the list of open SRs here and see whether it's necessary to send a reminder.


Michiya Hagimoto's avatar

kokeko wrote 4 months ago

Thanks!


Sebastian Ernst's avatar

smernst wrote 3 months ago

I just came across this: "ZFS allows anyone to use non modifying commands", see this discussion. It is especially interesting since this is supposed to work without any modifications to sudoers.

Other Linux distributions appear to package ZFS appropriately, but in case of openSUSE's filesystems project, the zfs and zpool commands reside in /usr/sbin and can therefore not be executed by non-root users. From openSUSE's perspective, first of all, is this a bug or intentional behavior?


Jan Engelhardt's avatar

jengelh wrote 3 months ago

zfs upstream installs it that way. If that way is incorrect, file a bug report with upstream.


Sebastian Ernst's avatar

smernst wrote 2 months ago

Thanks - done.


Sebastian Ernst's avatar

smernst wrote 2 months ago

See replies by ZFS developers upstream. The basic assumption appears to be that normal users should in general be allowed to run commands in /usr/sbin (hence normal users should for instance by default be able to run zfs list). My understanding is that this conflicts with openSUSE's design.