lvm2 2.02.98-6ubuntu1 source package in Ubuntu

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lvm2 (2.02.98-6ubuntu1) saucy; urgency=low

  * Merge from Debian unstable, remaining changes:
    - debian/patches/avoid-dev-block.patch: Prefer any other device name over
      names in /dev/block/ since lvm.conf won't handle this.
    - debian/rules:
      - copy .po file to .pot file for Rosetta (Ubuntu specific).
    - debian/{dmsetup,lvm2}-udeb.install:
      - install initramfs and udev hooks in udebs (Debian bug 504341).
    - auto-start VGs as their PVs are discovered (Ubuntu specific):
      - add debian/tree/lvm2/lib/udev/rules.d/85-lvm2.rules: use watershed plus
        the sledgehammer of vgscan/vgchange to turn on VGs as they come online.
      - debian/tree/lvm2/usr/share/initramfs-tools/scripts/hooks/lvm2:
        - add 85-lvm2.rules to the list of udev rules to copy.
        - depend on udev.
      - debian/control:
        - add versioned Depend on watershed in lvm2 for udev rules.
        - add Depends on watershed-udeb in lvm2-udeb for udev rules.
        - add versioned Depend/Breaks on udev in dmsetup for udev rules.
        - add Depend on initramfs-tools in dmsetup so system is not potentially
          rendered unbootable by out-of-order dpkg configuration.
        - In libdevmapper-event1.02.1 add Breaks: dmeventd
          (<< 2.02.95-4ubuntu1) due to debian symbol rename
      - debian/rules:
        - do not install local-top scripts since Ubuntu mounts root using udev.
        - do not install init scripts for lvm2, since udev starts LVM.
        - continue to build clvm support.
      - debian/lvm2.postinst: handle missing lvm2 init script.
    - add mountroot failure hooks to help fix bad boots (Debian bug 468115):
      - debian/tree/lvm2/usr/share/initramfs-tools/scripts/init-premount/lvm2
    - remaining changes to upstream event manager packages (Debian bug 514706):
      - debian/rules:
        - enable dmeventd during configure.
      - debian/dmeventd.{8,manpages}: install dmeventd files.
    - rename debian/clvm.defaults to debian/clvm.default so it is installed
      correctly.
    - debian/control: add dmsetup-udeb to libdevmapper1.02.1-udeb recommends.
    - debian/rules: make sure dmsetup and lvm2 initramfs-tools scripts are
      executable.  When the Ubuntu-specific ones are added with a patch,
      they may lose their executable bit.
    - Add and install clvmd resource agent
    - Add dependency on libudev-dev to libdevmapper-dev so that the .pc file
      works.
    - debian/{clvmd.ra,clvm.init}:
      - create /run/lvm if it doesn't exist.
    - debian/clvm.init:
      - exit 3 if not running on status action.
    - Call dh_installman so that our dmeventd manpage actually gets installed
    - Install the missing fsadm manpage.
    - Complete libdevmapper-dev multiarch:
      - move .so symlinks and pkgconfig files to multiarched locations.
      - mark libdevmapper-dev M-A: same

  * New changes:
    - keep ocf resource directory
    - build with only corosync clvmd support

  * Dropped changes:
    - debian/tree/dmsetup/lib/udev/rules.d/60-persistent-storage-dm.rules:
      watch dm devices for changes with inotify. This udev rule is gone.

lvm2 (2.02.98-6) unstable; urgency=low

  * Update init script:
    - Use auto-activation.
    - Drop manual loading of dm-mod.
  * Fix udev rules:
    - Re-add another oversight.

lvm2 (2.02.98-5) unstable; urgency=low

  * Fix udev rules.
    - Properly exclude special devices, this part got lost. (closes: #718582)
    - Always call udev sync.

lvm2 (2.02.98-4) unstable; urgency=low

  * Drop still broken udev stuff. (closes: #712049)
  * Make thin support usable:
    - Suggest thin-privisioning-tools.
    - Set correct location for thin_check binary.

lvm2 (2.02.98-3) unstable; urgency=low

  * Revert udev rules. (closes: #711740)

lvm2 (2.02.98-2) unstable; urgency=low

  * Use udev monitor for synchronization.
  * Fix wrong disable in udev rules.
 -- Dmitrijs Ledkovs <email address hidden>   Mon, 16 Sep 2013 10:39:47 +0100

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dmsetup: Linux Kernel Device Mapper userspace library

 The Linux Kernel Device Mapper is the LVM (Linux Logical Volume Management)
 Team's implementation of a minimalistic kernel-space driver that handles
 volume management, while keeping knowledge of the underlying device layout
 in user-space. This makes it useful for not only LVM, but EVMS, software
 raid, and other drivers that create "virtual" block devices.
 .
 This package contains a utility for modifying device mappings.

dmsetup-udeb: No summary available for dmsetup-udeb in ubuntu saucy.

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libdevmapper-dev: Linux Kernel Device Mapper header files

 The Linux Kernel Device Mapper is the LVM (Linux Logical Volume Management)
 Team's implementation of a minimalistic kernel-space driver that handles
 volume management, while keeping knowledge of the underlying device layout
 in user-space. This makes it useful for not only LVM, but EVMS, software
 raid, and other drivers that create "virtual" block devices.
 .
 This package contains the (user-space) header files for accessing the
 device-mapper; it allow usage of the device-mapper through a clean,
 consistent interface (as opposed to through kernel ioctls).

libdevmapper-event1.02.1: No summary available for libdevmapper-event1.02.1 in ubuntu saucy.

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libdevmapper1.02.1: Linux Kernel Device Mapper userspace library

 The Linux Kernel Device Mapper is the LVM (Linux Logical Volume Management)
 Team's implementation of a minimalistic kernel-space driver that handles
 volume management, while keeping knowledge of the underlying device layout
 in user-space. This makes it useful for not only LVM, but EVMS, software
 raid, and other drivers that create "virtual" block devices.
 .
 This package contains the (user-space) shared library for accessing the
 device-mapper; it allows usage of the device-mapper through a clean,
 consistent interface (as opposed to through kernel ioctls).

libdevmapper1.02.1-udeb: Linux Kernel Device Mapper userspace library

 This is a udeb, or a microdeb, for the debian-installer.
 .
 The Linux Kernel Device Mapper is the LVM (Linux Logical Volume Management)
 Team's implementation of a minimalistic kernel-space driver that handles
 volume management, while keeping knowledge of the underlying device layout
 in user-space. This makes it useful for not only LVM, but EVMS, software
 raid, and other drivers that create "virtual" block devices.

liblvm2-dev: LVM2 libraries - development files

 This package contains files needed to develop applications that use the
 lvm2app library.

liblvm2app2.2: LVM2 application library

 This package contains the lvm2app shared library. It allows easier access
 to the basic LVM objects and provides functions to enumerate, create or
 modify them.

liblvm2cmd2.02: LVM2 command library

 This package contains the lvm2cmd shared library.

lvm2: Linux Logical Volume Manager

 This is LVM2, the rewrite of The Linux Logical Volume Manager. LVM
 supports enterprise level volume management of disk and disk subsystems
 by grouping arbitrary disks into volume groups. The total capacity of
 volume groups can be allocated to logical volumes, which are accessed as
 regular block devices.

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