Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 128672
gfs_mkfs -P: should be removed
Last modified: 2010-01-11 21:55:19 EST
Description of problem:
It is my understanding that this code line will no longer work with
pool. If this is correct the -P option should be removed from the
gfs_mkfs command. It does the "fixme!" dance.
[root@link-11 data1]# gfs_mkfs -t MILTON:data2 -j 3 -p lock_dlm -P
[root@link-11 data1]# gfs_mkfs -h
gfs_mkfs [options] <device>
-b <bytes> Filesystem block size
-D Enable debugging code
-h Print this help, then exit
-J <MB> Size of journals
-j <num> Number of journals
-O Don't ask for confirmation
-P Try to get FS layout from Pool
-p <name> Name of the locking protocol
-q Don't print anything
-r <MB> Resource Group Size
-s <blocks> Journal segment size
-t <name> Name of the lock table
-V Print program version information, then exit
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
[root@link-11 data1]# gfs_mkfs -V
gfs_mkfs DEVEL.1090955928 (built Jul 27 2004 14:20:04)
Copyright (C) Red Hat, Inc. 2004 All rights reserved.
Steps to Reproduce:
does the same thing occur when you use a pool device as the -P option
Get rid of -P option. It should be replace with CLVM labeling later.
Verified. She's gone.
# gfs_mkfs -V