multipath-tools 0.4.8-14ubuntu4.10.04.3 source package in Ubuntu


multipath-tools (0.4.8-14ubuntu4.10.04.3) lucid-proposed; urgency=low

  * Fixes some return logic issues in the blacklist.c:_filter_path function
    where using blacklist and blacklist_exceptions would cause multipathd to
    improperly filter paths. (LP: #789229)
    - The patch was created by Christophe Varoqui in 2007.
      + 0013-libmultipath-filter_path-fix_blacklist_filter_exit.patch
    - [serge-hallyn] swap in the whole upstream git commit and call it
 -- Craig Magina <email address hidden>   Wed, 24 Aug 2011 10:10:29 -0700

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Craig Magina on 2011-08-24
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kpartx: create device mappings for partitions

 Kpartx can be used to set up device mappings for the partitions of any
 partitioned block device. It is part of the Linux multipath-tools.

multipath-tools: maintain multipath block device access

 These tools are in charge of maintaining the disk multipath device maps and
 react to path and map events.
 If you install this package you may have to change the way you address block
 devices. See README.Debian for details.

multipath-tools-boot: Support booting from multipath devices

 This package contains the necessary support for booting from a multipath
  * copy over multipath.conf and persistent bindings if necessary
  * load the necessary kernel modules
  * detect multipath block devices
 Don't install this package if you're not booting from a multipath device.

multipath-udeb: maintain multipath block device access

 This is a udeb, or a microdeb, for the debian-installer.
 These tools are in charge of maintaining the disk multipath device maps and
 react to path and map events.