Re: globus-net-manager FTBFS during python 3.10 transition
On 5/12/22 18:22, Laurent Vivier wrote:
>> I guess it's related to the glibc issue then .
> You can try by mounting your chroot on a non ext4 partition. It works well with btrfs.
> Ext4 stores a hash in a field that is normally an index, so a 64bit (host kernel long) hash cannot be passed to the 32bit guest.
> btrfs uses it as a real index, so it will overflow only with 2³² entries.
Yes, you are absolutely right. Using btrfs for the chroot fixes the problem.
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