zfs-linux 0.8.2-3ubuntu1 source package in Ubuntu

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zfs-linux (0.8.2-3ubuntu1) focal; urgency=medium

  * debian/tests/dkms-zfs-test: remove Debian dpkg-vendor check
  * debian/tests/binary-debs-modules: remove Debian dpkg-vendor check
  * debian/tests/binary-debs-modules-udeb: remove Debian dpkg-vendor check
  * debian/tests/control: remove extraneous dkms testing as Ubuntu has
    the drivers built in the kernel
  * debian/control.udeb.in: remove zfs-modules from zfsutils-udeb Depends
  * debian/control:
    - zfs-initramfs: architectures: amd64 arm64 ppc64el s390
    - zfs-initramfs: Depends: remove zfs-modules | zfs-dkms
    - zfs-dracut: Depends: remove zfs-modules | zfs-dkms
    - zfs-dracut: architectures: amd64 arm64 ppc64el s390
    - zfsutils-linux: Recommends: remove zfs-modules | zfs-dkms
    - zfs-zed: Depends: remove zfs-modules | zfs-dkms
    - zfs-test: Depends: remove zfs-modules | zfs-dkms

 -- Colin Ian King <email address hidden>  Tue, 12 Nov 2019 10:00:00 +0000

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libnvpair1linux: Solaris name-value library for Linux

 This library provides routines for packing and unpacking nv pairs for
 transporting data across process boundaries, transporting between
 kernel and userland, and possibly saving onto disk files.

libnvpair1linux-dbgsym: debug symbols for libnvpair1linux
libuutil1linux: Solaris userland utility library for Linux

 This library provides a variety of glue functions for ZFS on Linux:
  * libspl: The Solaris Porting Layer userland library, which provides APIs
    that make it possible to run Solaris user code in a Linux environment
    with relatively minimal modification.
  * libavl: The Adelson-Velskii Landis balanced binary tree manipulation
    library.
  * libefi: The Extensible Firmware Interface library for GUID disk
    partitioning.
  * libshare: NFS, SMB, and iSCSI service integration for ZFS.

libuutil1linux-dbgsym: debug symbols for libuutil1linux
libzfs2linux: OpenZFS filesystem library for Linux

 The Z file system is a pooled filesystem designed for maximum data
 integrity, supporting data snapshots, multiple copies, and data
 checksums.
 .
 The OpenZFS library provides support for managing OpenZFS filesystems.

libzfs2linux-dbgsym: debug symbols for libzfs2linux
libzfslinux-dev: OpenZFS filesystem development files for Linux

 Header files and static libraries for compiling software against
 libraries of OpenZFS filesystem.
 .
 This package includes the development files of libnvpair1, libuutil1,
 libzpool2 and libzfs2.

libzpool2linux: OpenZFS pool library for Linux

 The Z file system is a pooled filesystem designed for maximum data
 integrity, supporting data snapshots, multiple copies, and data
 checksums.
 .
 This zpool library provides support for managing zpools.

libzpool2linux-dbgsym: debug symbols for libzpool2linux
python3-pyzfs: wrapper for libzfs_core C library

 libzfs_core is intended to be a stable interface for programmatic
 administration of ZFS. This wrapper provides one-to-one wrappers for
 libzfs_core API functions, but the signatures and types are more natural to
 Python.
 .
 nvlists are wrapped as dictionaries or lists depending on their usage.
 Some parameters have default values depending on typical use for
 increased convenience. Enumerations and bit flags become strings and lists
 of strings in Python. Errors are reported as exceptions rather than integer
 errno-style error codes. The wrapper takes care to provide one-to-many
 mapping of the error codes to the exceptions by interpreting a context
 in which the error code is produced.

pyzfs-doc: wrapper for libzfs_core C library (documentation)

 libzfs_core is intended to be a stable interface for programmatic
 administration of ZFS. This wrapper provides one-to-one wrappers for
 libzfs_core API functions, but the signatures and types are more natural to
 Python.
 .
 nvlists are wrapped as dictionaries or lists depending on their usage.
 Some parameters have default values depending on typical use for
 increased convenience. Enumerations and bit flags become strings and lists
 of strings in Python. Errors are reported as exceptions rather than integer
 errno-style error codes. The wrapper takes care to provide one-to-many
 mapping of the error codes to the exceptions by interpreting a context
 in which the error code is produced.
 .
 This package contains the documentation.

spl: Solaris Porting Layer user-space utilities for Linux (dummy)

 The Solaris Porting Layer (SPL) is a Linux kernel module which provides
 many of the Solaris kernel APIs. This shim layer makes it possible to
 run Solaris kernel code in the Linux kernel with relatively minimal
 modification. The Solaris Porting LAyer Tests (SPLAT) is a Linux kernel
 module which provides a testing harness for the SPL module.
 .
 SPL can be particularly useful when you want to track upstream Illumos
 (or any other OpenSolaris fork) development closely and don't want the
 overhead of maintaining a large patch which converts Solaris primitives
 to Linux primitives.
 .
 This is a transitional dummy package. It can safely be removed.

spl-dkms: Solaris Porting Layer kernel modules for Linux (dummy)

 The Solaris Porting Layer (SPL) is a Linux kernel module which provides
 many of the Solaris kernel APIs. This shim layer makes it possible to
 run Solaris kernel code in the Linux kernel with relatively minimal
 modification. The Solaris Porting LAyer Tests (SPLAT) is a Linux kernel
 module which provides a testing harness for the SPL module.
 .
 SPL can be particularly useful when you want to track upstream Illumos
 (or any other OpenSolaris fork) development closely and don't want the
 overhead of maintaining a large patch which converts Solaris primitives
 to Linux primitives.
 .
 This is a transitional dummy package. It can safely be removed.
 SPL dkms files had been merged into zfs-dkms as of ZFS 0.8.X series.

zfs-dkms: OpenZFS filesystem kernel modules for Linux

 The Z file system is a pooled filesystem designed for maximum data
 integrity, supporting data snapshots, multiple copies, and data
 checksums.
 .
 This DKMS package includes the SPA, DMU, ZVOL, and ZPL components of
 OpenZFS.

zfs-dracut: OpenZFS root filesystem capabilities for Linux - dracut

 The Z file system is a pooled filesystem designed for maximum data
 integrity, supporting data snapshots, multiple copies, and data
 checksums.
 .
 This package adds OpenZFS to the system initramfs with a hook
 for the dracut infrastructure.

zfs-initramfs: OpenZFS root filesystem capabilities for Linux - initramfs

 The Z file system is a pooled filesystem designed for maximum data
 integrity, supporting data snapshots, multiple copies, and data
 checksums.
 .
 This package adds OpenZFS to the system initramfs with a hook
 for the initramfs-tools infrastructure.

zfs-test: OpenZFS test infrastructure and support scripts

 The Z file system is a pooled filesystem designed for maximum data
 integrity, supporting data snapshots, multiple copies, and data
 checksums.
 .
 This package provides the OpenZFS test infrastructure for destructively
 testing and validating a system using OpenZFS. It is entirely optional
 and should only be installed and used in test environments.

zfs-test-dbgsym: debug symbols for zfs-test
zfs-zed: OpenZFS Event Daemon

 The Z file system is a pooled filesystem designed for maximum data
 integrity, supporting data snapshots, multiple copies, and data
 checksums.
 .
 This package provides the OpenZFS Event Daemon (zed).

zfs-zed-dbgsym: debug symbols for zfs-zed
zfsutils-linux: command-line tools to manage OpenZFS filesystems

 The Z file system is a pooled filesystem designed for maximum data
 integrity, supporting data snapshots, multiple copies, and data
 checksums.
 .
 This package provides the zfs and zpool commands to create and administer
 OpenZFS filesystems.

zfsutils-linux-dbgsym: debug symbols for zfsutils-linux