[Pacemaker] Building a Corosync 1.4.1 RPM package for SLES11 SP1

Steven Dake sdake at redhat.com
Thu Sep 1 12:42:11 EDT 2011

On 08/31/2011 11:39 PM, Sebastian Kaps wrote:
> Hi,
> I'm trying to compile Corosync v1.4.1 from source[1] and create an RPM
> x86_64 package for SLES11 SP1.
> When running "make rpm" the build process complains about a broken
> dependency for the nss-devel package.
> The package is not installed on the system - mozilla-nss (non-devel),
> however, is.
> I'd be fine if I could just build the package without using the nss libs.
> I have no problem compiling Corosync using "./configure --disable-nss &&
> make", but I see no way for
> doing that with the "make rpm" command.
> Alternatively I'd compile everything --with-nss, but I can't install the
> mozilla-nss-devel package,
> because the version on the SLE11-SP1-SDK DVD is older than the installed
> mozilla-nss package (3.12.6-3.1.1
> vs. 3.12.8-1.2.1) and creates a conflict when I try to install it.
> [1] ftp://corosync.org/downloads/corosync-1.4.1/corosync-1.4.1.tar.gz

Thanks for pointing out this problem with the build tools for corosync.
 nss should be conditionalized.  This would allow rpmbuild --with-nss or
rpmbuild --without-nss from the default rpm builds.  I would send a
patch to the openais ml to resolve this problem but it is not operating
at the moment, so I'll send one here for you to give a spin.


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