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Re: [opensuse-factory] Netiso MS3: Not all needed modules present in repo.
  • From: Oddball <monkey9@xxxxxx>
  • Date: Tue, 13 Apr 2010 10:35:28 +0200
  • Message-id: <4BC42CD0.5020602@xxxxxx>
Rajko M. schreef:
On Monday 12 April 2010 13:34:51 Oddball wrote:

Oddball schreef:

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AMD64x2-sfn1:/home/oddball # uname -r
2.6.27.29-0.1-default
AMD64x2-sfn1:/home/oddball # grep -i ext4 /boot/config-`uname -r`
CONFIG_EXT4DEV_FS=m
CONFIG_EXT4DEV_FS_XATTR=y
CONFIG_EXT4DEV_FS_POSIX_ACL=y
CONFIG_EXT4DEV_FS_SECURITY=y
AMD64x2-sfn1:/home/oddball # modprobe --list ext4dev
/lib/modules/2.6.27.29-0.1-default/kernel/fs/ext4/ext4dev.ko
AMD64x2-sfn1:/home/oddball # modprobe -v ext4dev
insmod /lib/modules/2.6.27.29-0.1-default/kernel/lib/crc16.ko
insmod /lib/modules/2.6.27.29-0.1-default/kernel/fs/jbd2/jbd2.ko
insmod /lib/modules/2.6.27.29-0.1-default/kernel/fs/ext4/ext4dev.ko
AMD64x2-sfn1:/home/oddball #


There is no complain from modprobe and that means the driver is loaded.

I would recommend to check is driver really loaded after modprobe or it is
crashing later when you try to use it.

Right after the
modprobe -v ext4dev
run
lsmod | grep -i ext4
to see is driver loaded.

Then if you see the driver try to mount hard disk:
mount /dev/sda11 /mnt
and then run again:
lsmod | grep -i ext4
to see is driver still in place.

If it is, then try to see content.
If you can't then run again:
lsmod | grep -i ext4

As mentioned I used it and it worked fine.
The main difference, so far I recall, is that I don't have so many
partitions.

If you see kernel update from regular update repo then do it, but make sure
that zypper will keep old kernel. Set option:
multiversion = kernel-default
in /etc/zypp/zypp.conf which will preserve your old kernel, and make possible
to boot the old one, if new fails.



AMD64x2-sfn1:/home/oddball # modprobe -v ext4dev
insmod /lib/modules/2.6.27.29-0.1-default/kernel/lib/crc16.ko
insmod /lib/modules/2.6.27.29-0.1-default/kernel/fs/jbd2/jbd2.ko
insmod /lib/modules/2.6.27.29-0.1-default/kernel/fs/ext4/ext4dev.ko
AMD64x2-sfn1:/home/oddball # lsmod | grep -i ext4
ext4dev 223264 0
jbd2 72432 1 ext4dev
crc16 2344 1 ext4dev
mbcache 9484 3 ext4dev,ext2,ext3
AMD64x2-sfn1:/home/oddball # mount /dev/sda11 /mnt
AMAMD64x2-sfn1:/home/oddball # modprobe -v ext4dev
insmod /lib/modules/2.6.27.29-0.1-default/kernel/lib/crc16.ko
insmod /lib/modules/2.6.27.29-0.1-default/kernel/fs/jbd2/jbd2.ko
insmod /lib/modules/2.6.27.29-0.1-default/kernel/fs/ext4/ext4dev.ko
AMD64x2-sfn1:/home/oddball # lsmod | grep -i ext4
ext4dev 223264 0
jbd2 72432 1 ext4dev
crc16 2344 1 ext4dev
mbcache 9484 3 ext4dev,ext2,ext3
AMD64x2-sfn1:/home/oddball # mount /dev/sda11 /mnt
AMD64x2-sfn1:/home/oddball # lsmod | grep -i ext4
ext4dev 223264 1
jbd2 72432 1 ext4dev
crc16 2344 1 ext4dev
mbcache 9484 3 ext4dev,ext2,ext3
AMD64x2-sfn1:/home/oddball #
D64x2-sfn1:/home/oddball # lsmod | grep -i ext4
ext4dev 223264 1
jbd2 72432 1 ext4dev
crc16 2344 1 ext4dev
mbcache 9484 3 ext4dev,ext2,ext3
AMD64x2-sfn1:/home/oddball #

I have visual on the ext4 partition now..
It is slow, and i do not know the pathdepth yet, but it mounts!

Thank you very much for your help..
It will be much easier now to get to the logs i need..
Btw, Stefan Dirsch was able to tackle the 'X' problem...it is not
perfect yet, but i have visual there also...


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Enjoy your time around,


Oddball, aka M9.


OS: Linux 2.6.27.19-3.2-default x86_64
Huidige gebruiker: oddball@AMD64x2-sfn1
Systeem: openSUSE 11.1 (x86_64)
KDE: 4.2.1 (KDE 4.2.1) "release 103"

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