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2012 Jun 29
5
compile glusterfs for debian squeeze
Hello, I''m compiling glusterfs for a debian squeeze. When I do a make command, I see These parameter: GlusterFS configure summary =========================== FUSE client: yes Infiniband verbs: yes epoll IO multiplex: yes argp-standalone: no fusermount: no readline: no georeplication: yes I would like to create a package that can be used both as a client and a server. I''m not interested on Infiniband, but I would like to know how to behave with the following parameters: argp-standalone: no fusermount: no readline: no can be ignored or...
2015 Nov 24
2
Re: guestunmount issues
...ovember 2015 18:29:50 Maxim Perevedentsev wrote: >> 1) guestunmount never returns 3 (not mounted) - i guess it's a bug at >> guestunmount.c:223 > Indeed, thanks for the notice -- just send a patch for it. > >> 2) I don't know whether it's a bug in guestunmount or fusermount, but on >> my machine while executing >> > guestmount >> > guestunmount >> > guestunmount >> on second "guestunmount" I get >> "guestunmount: failed to unmount {...}: fusermount: failed to unmount >> {...}: Invalid argument&quo...
2015 Nov 23
2
guestunmount issues
Hello everyone! I'm playing with guestunmount and got the following issues: 1) guestunmount never returns 3 (not mounted) - i guess it's a bug at guestunmount.c:223 2) I don't know whether it's a bug in guestunmount or fusermount, but on my machine while executing > guestmount > guestunmount > guestunmount on second "guestunmount" I get "guestunmount: failed to unmount {...}: fusermount: failed to unmount {...}: Invalid argument" while, according to guestunmount.c, guestunmount should retur...
2013 Mar 05
1
[PATCH v2] fuse: Add guestunmount program to handle unmounting (RHBZ#916780)
Since the first patch: - The program is now called 'guestunmount'. - I tested the --fd option and it appears to work. - You can now control retries / quiet. - Revised man pages. - Includes tests. I'm just running through the automated tests now. Rich.
2013 Mar 04
1
[PATCH] fuse: Add guestmount-cleanup program to handle unmounting (RHBZ#916780).
...two ways: guestmount-cleanup --fd=<FD> mountpoint where it will monitor the pipe file descriptor <FD>. (I should note that I've never actually tested this code path). Or: guestmount-cleanup mountpoint where it immediately unmounts the mountpoint. In both cases it deals with fusermount retries. The patch is still large and clunky and it doesn't make FUSE that much easier to cope with. I suspect the way to go from here is to reimplement fusermount itself. It would, for example, be much better if we could get some information from fusermount about why it failed. That seems l...
2015 Nov 24
0
Re: guestunmount issues
...im Perevedentsev wrote: > >> 1) guestunmount never returns 3 (not mounted) - i guess it's a bug at > >> guestunmount.c:223 > > Indeed, thanks for the notice -- just send a patch for it. > > > >> 2) I don't know whether it's a bug in guestunmount or fusermount, but on > >> my machine while executing > >> > guestmount > >> > guestunmount > >> > guestunmount > >> on second "guestunmount" I get > >> "guestunmount: failed to unmount {...}: fusermount: failed to unmount > &...
2015 Feb 09
5
Re: Patchable build problems on OS X 10.10
...commits, and then sent to the mailing list using 'git send-email'. > > > diff --git fuse/guestunmount.c fuse/guestunmount.c > > index c36c336..1ab7ff5 100644 > > --- fuse/guestunmount.c > > +++ fuse/guestunmount.c > > @@ -257,7 +257,7 @@ do_fusermount (const char *mountpoint, char **error_rtn) > > /* We have to parse error messages from fusermount, so ... */ > > setenv ("LC_ALL", "C", 1); > > > > - execlp ("fusermount", "fusermount", "-u", mountpoint...
2015 Feb 05
4
Patchable build problems on OS X 10.10
...unch-libvirt.c needs to #include <sys/un.h> for sockaddr_un. The rest of the issues have been mentioned in https://www.redhat.com/archives/libguestfs/2013-October/msg00042.html, and I've reused RWMJ's patches. * fuse/guestunmount.c uses Linux-specific fusermount and '-v' option for fuser. * src/proto.c -- From Apple's xdr.h: "If your code invokes an xdrproc_t callback, it must be modified to pass a third parameter, which may simply be zero." * OS X does not provide open_memstream(). * src/guestfs-internal-frontend.h and gnu...
2011 Aug 25
2
Problems with kickstart installation into a Virtualbox
...andard installation booting from the CDROM and getting the default packages from the server in the LAN. This worked fine. ----- When it came to test the installed packages i was always lucky except with the package fuse (fuse-2.8.3-1.el6.x86_64) which contains the binary /usr/bin/fusermount. This binary was installed without execute permission for everybody, so it could be invoked only by the userid root and members of the group fuse, which is not, what i had expected. suomi
2015 Nov 23
0
Re: guestunmount issues
Hi, On Monday 23 November 2015 18:29:50 Maxim Perevedentsev wrote: > 1) guestunmount never returns 3 (not mounted) - i guess it's a bug at > guestunmount.c:223 Indeed, thanks for the notice -- just send a patch for it. > 2) I don't know whether it's a bug in guestunmount or fusermount, but on > my machine while executing > > guestmount > > guestunmount > > guestunmount > on second "guestunmount" I get > "guestunmount: failed to unmount {...}: fusermount: failed to unmount > {...}: Invalid argument" > while, according to g...
2015 Feb 09
0
[PATCH 5/5] macosx/bsd: Alternatives for linux-specific commands
* Workaround for linux-specific fuser -v * Workaround for linux-specific fusermount --- fuse/guestunmount.c | 17 +++++++++++++++++ 1 file changed, 17 insertions(+) diff --git a/fuse/guestunmount.c b/fuse/guestunmount.c index 3df481b..2190ba0 100644 --- a/fuse/guestunmount.c +++ b/fuse/guestunmount.c @@ -257,7 +257,12 @@ do_fusermount (const c...
2015 Feb 13
1
[PATCH] fuse: Alternatives for Linux-specific commands
* fusermount is Linux-only; on BSD and OS X umount should be used * fuser has no -v flag on BSD/OSX, and -c is the POSIX-compatible equivalent of -m * Does not solve the lack of pretty output of fuser -v, but does make it work on Mac OS X. --- fuse/guestunmount.c | 9 +++++++++ 1 file changed, 9 i...
2015 Feb 09
11
[PATCH 1/5] macosx: Add required third parameter for xdrproc_t callbacks
>From Apple's xdr.h: "If your code invokes an xdrproc_t callback, it must be modified to pass a third parameter, which may simply be zero." --- src/proto.c | 10 ++++++++++ 1 file changed, 10 insertions(+) diff --git a/src/proto.c b/src/proto.c index 92ae84d..57f4882 100644 --- a/src/proto.c +++ b/src/proto.c @@ -252,7 +252,12 @@
2013 Oct 17
4
Notes on getting libguestfs to work on Mac OS X
...)) - src/launch-direct.c: comment out - if (qemu_supports (g, data, "-nodefaults")) ADD_CMDLINE ("-nodefaults"); [This works around a qemu bug: qemu: qemu_mutex_lock: Invalid argument when using the -nodefaults parameter] - fuse/guestunmount.c: replace execlp ("fusermount", "fusermount", "-u", mountpoint, NULL); -> execlp ("/sbin/umount", "fusermount", mountpoint, NULL); - fuse/guestunmount.c: replace execlp ("/sbin/fuser", "fuser", "-v", "-m", mountpoint, NU...
2015 Feb 06
0
Re: Patchable build problems on OS X 10.10
...split into separate reviewable commits, and then sent to the mailing list using 'git send-email'. > diff --git fuse/guestunmount.c fuse/guestunmount.c > index c36c336..1ab7ff5 100644 > --- fuse/guestunmount.c > +++ fuse/guestunmount.c > @@ -257,7 +257,7 @@ do_fusermount (const char *mountpoint, char **error_rtn) > /* We have to parse error messages from fusermount, so ... */ > setenv ("LC_ALL", "C", 1); > > - execlp ("fusermount", "fusermount", "-u", mountpoint, NULL); > + e...
2013 Oct 17
2
Re: Notes on getting libguestfs to work on Mac OS X
...mp;& ret && !xdrp (&xdr, ret)) -> if (xdrp && ret && !xdrp (&xdr, ret, 0)) - src/launch-direct.c: comment out - if (qemu_supports (g, data, "-nodefaults")) ADD_CMDLINE ("-nodefaults"); - fuse/guestunmount.c: replace - execlp ("fusermount", "fusermount", "-u", mountpoint, NULL); -> execlp ("/sbin/umount", "fusermount", mountpoint, NULL); - fuse/guestunmount.c: replace - execlp ("/sbin/fuser", "fuser", "-v", "-m", mountpoint, N...
2017 Mar 20
2
Guestmount seems not to sync changes
...ails to flush changes to the mounted qcow2 snapshot. To reproduce this problem: 1. take an external snapshot for a qcow2 2. guestmount the snapshot 3. do some changes, for example: `echo 123 > /test; cat /test`, right now /test can be seen created and containing the right content 4. fusermount -u {mount-point} 5. virt-cat changed file, for the example above, sometimes /test doesn't exist, sometimes /test does exist but has no content My libguestfs version is 1.20.11, and it's running on CentOS 6.6. I tried several ways to work this around, but none of them worked. I su...
2012 Jul 09
4
[PATCH 0/4] Provide guestmount --pid-file and document possible race when unmounting FUSE filesystems.
The full description of this bug is here: https://bugzilla.redhat.com/show_bug.cgi?id=838592 and the effect it has on OpenStack is described here: https://bugzilla.redhat.com/show_bug.cgi?id=835466#c9 Rich.
2019 Oct 12
3
[PATCH libnbd] nbdfuse: New tool to present a network block device in a FUSE filesystem.
...7;localhost & $ ls -l mp total 0 -rw-rw-rw-. 1 rjones rjones 134217728 Oct 12 15:09 ramdisk $ dd if=/dev/urandom bs=1M count=128 of=mp/ramdisk conv=notrunc,nocreat 128+0 records in 128+0 records out 134217728 bytes (134 MB, 128 MiB) copied, 3.10171 s, 43.3 MB/s $ fusermount -u mp There are still some shortcomings, such as lack of zero and trim support. These are documented in the TODO file. Now for some history: In libguestfs which is where most of this code derives from we have a program called ‘guestmount’ which is a FUSE interface to libguestfs: http:/...
2019 Oct 14
0
Re: [PATCH libnbd] nbdfuse: New tool to present a network block device in a FUSE filesystem.
...al 0 > -rw-rw-rw-. 1 rjones rjones 134217728 Oct 12 15:09 ramdisk > $ dd if=/dev/urandom bs=1M count=128 of=mp/ramdisk conv=notrunc,nocreat > 128+0 records in > 128+0 records out > 134217728 bytes (134 MB, 128 MiB) copied, 3.10171 s, 43.3 MB/s > $ fusermount -u mp > Cool! > There are still some shortcomings, such as lack of zero and trim > support. These are documented in the TODO file. > > +++ b/README > @@ -82,6 +82,8 @@ Optional: > > * Python >= 3.3 to build the Python 3 bindings and NBD shell (nbdsh). >...