Update to 2014.2.15 with fstrim fixes.
This update has been submitted for testing by spot.
This update is currently being pushed to the Fedora EPEL 7 testing updates repository.
This update has been pushed to testing
Seems to work here
This update has reached 14 days in testing and can be pushed to stable now if the maintainer wishes
This update has been submitted for stable by spot.
This update is currently being pushed to the Fedora EPEL 7 stable updates repository.
This update has been pushed to stable
(Sorry if this is a doublepost, I tried to submit it yesterday but I don't see
the message today.) Moez and spot, can you please give feedback on whether
this 2014.2.15-6 package actually works on EL7 ? It is the latest available in
the EPEL repo for EL7; I haven't looked at EPEL-testing for EL7.
The EL6 update to 2014.2.15-6 was broken, and the same for 2014.2.15-7, with
some anecdotal success for 2014.2.15-8 over in EL6 ... but EL7 never got either
of those later upgrades. Should EL7 be using the 2014.2.15-8 codebase, like EL6
? The note from Jean-Pierre Andre in the ntfs3g upstream seemed to imply that
only 'some' kernels (presumably including 2.6.32 as used in EL6 distros) would
have problems with the 2014.2.15-6 codebase... maybe EL7 kernel 3.10 is exempt?
He did not give details about which kernel-versions were and weren't impacted.
Is there a test-suite I can download, for use on a scratch partition, before I
risk enabling this package on production NTFS datasets? Thanks.
I'll go ahead and build an epel7 package that has this fuse kernel fix inside of
it. I don't think RHEL7's kernel exhibits the issue that the patch fixes, but it
can't hurt to do it.
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