„Miuku on #opensuse-buildservice poked around and found that the unbundled
rpcgen in SLE_15 comes from the rpcsvc-proto rpm. (Not
the rpcgen rpm as it does in Fedora and RHEL8.)
All the gluster community packages for SLE_15 going
back to glusterfs-5.0 in October 2018 have used the unbundled rpcgen. You
can do the same, or remove the BuildRequires: rpcgen line and use the
glibc bundled rpcgen.“
I don't know where the guys from Suse OBS had this rpm from. There is maybe the way to compile the
rpcsvc-proto src rpm on a SLES15, but this is no good solution in my opinion. So I tried to remove the 'rpcgen' requirement from the spec file and create the RPMs by using glibc bundled rpcgen according to Kalebs advise. It works and Gluster seems to be running stable.
Do you think there are any risks in using glibc bundled rpcgen for creating Gluster 5.x RPMs
or should I prefer the rpcgen from
rpcsvc-proto rpm ?