[OpenAFS] Registering a new OpenAFS SYS_NAME_ID
Tue, 24 Feb 2009 10:43:07 -0500
Does OpenAFS not adhere strictly to that list at Grand Central, or is that list
in need of updating to reflect newer registrations? Or am I missing something
I'm asking because OpenAFS on my two workstations reports "amd64_linux26" and
"i386_linux26" -- no *_linux26 entries are listed at all. IIRC the *_linux26
scheme has been the default in Linux 2.6 builds for quite a while. And while I
don't have a box with OpenAFS on Solaris in front of me, I think Solaris 10 on
Sparc defaults to sun4x_510.
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Jeffrey Altman wrote:
> The AFS Assigned Numbers Registry is implementation independent
> and is maintained at
> At the bottom of the page is listed a registration policy.
> Requests should be sent to registrar at grand.central.org
> Feel free to send a patch with your OpenAFS changes to
> Thank you.
> Jeffrey Altman
> John Betts wrote:
>> I recently created a port for 32bit sparc_linux26 with
>> SYS_NAME_ID_sparc_linux26 1703. (OpenAFS 1.5.57)
>> In the interests of not having to reconfigure and compile later if there
>> was another sysname with ID 1703, how could we make this "official" ?
>> In short I copied and modified:
>> param.sparc_linux24.h to param.sparc_linux26.h
>> edited to add sparc_linux26 definitions as appropriate in:
>> (And I can't remember if it was configure or myself that modified:
>> Thanks in advance
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