cpqarrayd 2.3-4ubuntu1 source package in Ubuntu

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cpqarrayd (2.3-4ubuntu1) xenial; urgency=low

  * Merge from Debian unstable.  Remaining changes:
    - debian/rules: Find Ubuntu's linux-source, too, which uses bz2 and
      not xz; resolves FTBFS.
  * debian/control: Drop Build-Depends on dpkg-dev, as it's already
    in default of debhelper.

 -- Artur Rona <email address hidden>  Fri, 29 Jan 2016 12:30:31 +0100

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Uploaded by:
Artur Rona on 2016-01-29
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Xenial
Original maintainer:
Ubuntu Developers
Architectures:
linux-any
Section:
admin
Urgency:
Low Urgency

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cpqarrayd: monitoring tool for HP (Compaq) SmartArray controllers

 cpqarrayd is a userspace monitoring daemon for HP (Compaq) SmartArray
 hardware RAID controllers. These controllers usually come built-in to
 ProLiant, or as a PCI card for ProLiant or Integrity systems. This
 daemon reports status changes in the disk array to syslog and,
 optionally, to a snmp trap host.
 .
 The default is to only log to the syslog. You can specify traphosts
 with the -t parameter at the commandline. Multiple traphosts are
 allowed.
 .
 This tool works with the SmartArray drivers found in Linux kernels
 (cciss and ida drivers).

cpqarrayd-dbgsym: debug symbols for package cpqarrayd

 cpqarrayd is a userspace monitoring daemon for HP (Compaq) SmartArray
 hardware RAID controllers. These controllers usually come built-in to
 ProLiant, or as a PCI card for ProLiant or Integrity systems. This
 daemon reports status changes in the disk array to syslog and,
 optionally, to a snmp trap host.
 .
 The default is to only log to the syslog. You can specify traphosts
 with the -t parameter at the commandline. Multiple traphosts are
 allowed.
 .
 This tool works with the SmartArray drivers found in Linux kernels
 (cciss and ida drivers).