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lvm2 (2.02.66-4ubuntu7.2) precise; urgency=low

  * Honour monitoring=1 config option in /etc/lvm/lvm.conf when using
    clustered VGs (LP: #833368).

  * /etc/init.d/clvm status now exits with code 3, if clvm is not running,
    as per LSB specification. (LP: #988881)
 -- Dmitrijs Ledkovs <email address hidden>   Wed, 06 Feb 2013 10:34:32 +0000

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Dimitri John Ledkov on 2013-02-06
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Binary packages built by this source

clvm: Cluster LVM Daemon for lvm2

 This package provides the clustering interface for lvm2, when used with
 Red Hat's "cman" or corosync based (eg Pacemaker) cluster infrastructure.
 It allows logical volumes to be created on shared storage devices
 (eg Fibre Channel, or iSCSI).

dmeventd: The 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 daemon to monitor events of devmapper devices.

dmsetup: The 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: The 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.

libdevmapper-dev: The 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: The 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 userspace library to help with event monitoring
 for devmapper devices, in conjunction with the dmevent daemon.

libdevmapper1.02.1: The 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: The 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: The 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.

lvm2-udeb: The Linux Logical Volume Manager

 This is a udeb, or a microdeb, for the debian-installer.
 .
 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.