[OpenAFS] Re: kmod-openafs versioning on RHEL5
Sat, 15 Mar 2008 20:01:46 -0400
On Sat, Mar 15, 2008 at 6:22 PM, Axel Thimm <Axel.Thimm@atrpms.net> wrote:
> On Wed, Feb 13, 2008 at 04:49:48PM -0800, Darren Patterson wrote:
> > After building new kmod packages for the latest RHEL5 kernel I discovered
> > that rpm is very unhappy with the naming convention. Yum refuses to
> > install the package claiming that kmod-openafs-1.4.5-188.8.131.52_53.1.4.el5 is
> > newer than kmod-openafs-1.4.5-184.108.40.206_53.1.13.el5. To install this
> > package I have to use rpm with "--force".
> > Red Hat updates their kernels in the above fashion regularly so I
> > anticipate this problem will continue to crop up in the not too distant
> > future.
> > Before I create my own SRPM to work around this issue, are there plans to
> > deal with this?
> IMHO the kmod is flawed and what you see is the missing
> uname-r-in-name part of it.
YHO doesn't help that he's trying to use an older minor revision of
the RPMs he's using with a newer minor revision of modules; The kernel
version is entirely irrelevant.
foo-1-(`uname -r`) would still be older than foo-2-(`uname -r`).
Your arguments may well be valid for what they are, but they have no
bearing on this.