Re: General question

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scott <scott@xxxxxxxx> wrote:

> I have centos 5.3 server and want to install cachefiles. What I have done so
> far are below.
> 
> 1.      Upgraded kernel current to 2.6.30.6 and configured as below

You'll be much better off using 2.6.32 when it comes out.  A whole bunch of
patches have just gone in which will make it much more robust.

> 2.      Changed file system with option "users_xattr" and mounted.

I believe that is incorrect.  It should be "user_xattr".

> /sbin/lsmod | grep cachefiles  <-- this did not pick up any module. So could
> not start.

There wouldn't be, I suppose.  You built it in:

 <*>   Filesystem caching on files

You could try changing that to <M>.

> And if I execute cachefilesd, looks like it can not find
> /proc/fs/cachefiles.

What's the specific message?

> And if I execute cachefilesd, looks like it can not find
> /proc/fs/cachefiles.

Your cachefilesd is looking in the wrong place for its device file.  It should
now be looking for /dev/cachefiles.

Try grabbing, building and installing:

	http://people.redhat.com/~dhowells/fscache/cachefilesd-0.9-1.fc7.src.rpm

David

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