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[opensuse] 10.2: OK, but some Bugs
  • From: Oliver Tennert <O.Tennert@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Fri, 1 Dec 2006 10:36:09 +0100
  • Message-id: <200612011036.09974.tennert@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Hello together,

I have installed 10.2 RC1 on my system and the first I have to say: after
10.1, installing 10.2 is really a relief for an admin's nerves. Nearly
everything has been running smoothly, apart from the usual problem that after
the GRUB update, GRUB does not boot anymore, and I have to manually
"cp /usr/lib/grub/*stage* /boot/grub ; grub --batch < /etc/grub.conf". Thanks
for that.

But still some things need to be fixed:

1.) OK, it would be nice if someone could acklowledge if there really is a
GRUB update bug (see above) since God knows when, or if I am doing something
wrong.

2.) xfsprogs really should be updated to 2.8.16, because there are severe bugs
2.8.11: some errors are not corrected by xfsrepair 2.8.11, so there are
latent inconsistencies, which e.g. strike at you when you perform an xfsdump

3.) as I pointed out in an earlier mail wrt SUSE 10.1, rpc.idmapd should start
AFTER nfsserver starts. Still this has not been corrected. Furthermore, there
is a loop in the startup file headers: the nfsserver script has a "should
start: idmapd" line, and the idmapd script has s "sould start: nfsserver"
line. The former dependency should be removed.

Best regards

Oliver

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