[Gluster-devel] [Gluster-users] Compiling on Solaris 11
list at nexusnebula.net
Sat Oct 11 03:48:44 UTC 2014
I went back and build 3.6 and 3.7 with the build failing in the same place
when building libglusterfs
One thing I did find as different in the master build f5d544d
../../contrib/mount/mntent.c as I receive an error when compiling
libglusterfs stating sys/ucred.h is not found and mount.h.
I have the proper libraries in /usr/include, so I went to edit mntent.c to
point them there (still not sure if I should use /usr/include/sys/mount.h
or nfs/mount.h I tried both). I now get an error of
../../contrib/mount/mntent.c:169:1: warning: control reaches end of
non-void function [-Wreturn-type]
this may be a bug?
On Fri, Oct 10, 2014 at 6:13 PM, Benjamin Kingston <list at nexusnebula.net>
> I tried building the 3.6.0 tag last night to no avail, but I'll try the
> newer betas as well as the master branch tonight, maybe even the 3.7alpha
> for good measure. Good to hear about recent x-platform work, so maybe a
> As a side note, I'm considering using Solaris 11 as a tcp/ip NFS brick to
> a Centos 7 node, would that be inadvisable? This isn't production, just a
> lab for the moment.
> On Fri, Oct 10, 2014 at 2:55 PM, Justin Clift <justin at gluster.org> wrote:
>> ----- Original Message -----
>> > I'm trying to get gluster 3.5.2, or really any version at this point, to
>> > compile on Solaris so I can take advantage of ZFS and encryption. This
>> > would be a killer app for me, as I'm a big fan of gluster on linux, but
>> > running into a number of road blocks with compiling.
>> > any pointers or success stories will be greatly appreciated.
>> As a thought, have you tried compiling 3.6.0 <latest beta>, or our
>> master branch?
>> Asking because there's been a bunch of cross-platform portability work
>> happening over the last few months, which _might_ have made things easier
>> for Solaris too (unsure).
>> Worth a shot, just in case. :)
>> Regards and best wishes,
>> Justin Clift
>> GlusterFS - http://www.gluster.org
>> An open source, distributed file system scaling to several
>> petabytes, and handling thousands of clients.
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