On 06/14/2013 04:16 AM, Andrey Borzenkov wrote:
On Fri, Jun 14, 2013 at 12:58 PM, Mel Gorman
That stap-fix.sh script in there is meant to handle internal differences
in the kernel API when building custom kernels. It should never be
necessary when working with distribution kernels. Looking at the error
message it's far more likely the problem is that 64-bit kernel debug
information is installed when the running kernel is 32-bit.
Other way round :) I have 64 bit system but -debuginfo packages are
available only for 32 bit. So runnig "zypper in kernel...-debuginfo"
picked and installed 32 bit versions. I checked 12.2 and there
-debuginfo packages are present for for both 32 and 64 bit.
My recollection was that it was a space issue. I think it should be
fixed now/soon (for Factory) as there was a recent discussion on BS constraints
that I think was the core issue. It's annoying that zypper will silently
install the 32bit debuginfo (installed 64bit kernel) when 64bit debuginfo is
Anyhow, the core stap error is indeed because of the 32/64 mismatch.
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