[OpenAFS] Weird conflict between openafs kernel module and
nvidia driver on Ubuntu
Karl M. Davis
Fri, 7 Nov 2008 21:57:40 -0700
Interesting. I reverted back to the "OPTIONS=3DAUTOMATIC" and I=20=
no longer get the X Server error with the openafs kernel module i=
nstalled. I do have plenty of RAM, though: about 1.25GB (with al=
most a GB free).
The settings mentioned earlier cause no such problems on my Hardy=
machines, though-- I have a laptop still running it with those s=
ettings right now, in fact.
Thanks very much for the help! If I have some time this weekend,=
I'll play around with the settings some more and see if switchin=
g I can verify which one of them was causing the error.
From: firstname.lastname@example.org [mailto:openafs-info-admin@o=
penafs.org] On Behalf Of Christopher D. Clausen
Sent: Friday, November 07, 2008 4:49 PM
To: Karl M. Davis
Subject: Re: [OpenAFS] Weird conflict between openafs kernel modu=
le and nvidia driver on Ubuntu
Karl M. Davis <Karl.Davis@ridgetopgroup.com> wrote:
> As part of my standard setup, I've been editing /etc/openafs/af=
> OPTIONS=3D"-chunksize 20 -memcache -blocks 65536"
> Is that not legit? Can't recall where I was told to do that, b=
> guessing it was likely someone in the IRC channel.
It was probably me that suggested that. I run several machines t=
way. Does it not work for you?
How much RAM do you have on this machine though? The -blocks 655=
requires 64MB of memory (possibly a continuous chunk.)
Or, switch to the on-disk cache and see if the problem goes away.=
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