multipath-tools 0.7.9-3ubuntu1 source package in Ubuntu

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multipath-tools (0.7.9-3ubuntu1) eoan; urgency=medium

  * Merge from Debian. Remaining changes:
    - d/control:
      - multipath-udeb: add sg3-udeb Depends
    - d/rules: Move udev rules to priority 95, because rules that load modules
      should be >90.
    - d/multipath-tools.preinst: modprobe dm-multipath; This will make sure
      that multipathd will be able to start.
    - Split kpartx initramfs bits into kpartx-boot for dmraid (LP 941874)
      - d/initramfs/kpartx.hook
      - d/kpartx-boot.postinst
      - d/kpartx-boot.postrm
      - d/control: Add kpartx-boot package for dmraid
      - d/rules: Install kpartx initramfs hook
      - d/kpartx.install: install all arch /lib* kpartx udev rules
    - patches to multipath source
      - d/p/1000--set-umask-in-multipathd.patch: Set umask in multipathd.
      - d/p/kpartx_more_loopback_fixes.patch: fix loopback mounted
        files some more: since we stat() the loopback device node, we can't rely
        on S_ISREG() tests to handle this case, and should look at the device
        itself instead. (LP 1543430)
      - d/p/enable-find-multipaths.patch: re-enable find_multipaths
        by default -- see the removed 'add_find-multipaths.patch' (LP 1463046)
   - multipath initramfs fixes for booting from multipathed devices
      - d/initramfs/hooks: also copy wwids file on the installed system to
        ensure all paths come up on boot. (LP 1479929)
      - d/initramfs/hooks: install multipathd and required directories.
      - d/initramfs/hooks: copy multipath udev rules to initramfs
      - d/initramfs/hooks: do not copy kpartx rules to initramfs
      - d/initramfs/local-bottom: remember to stop multipathd.
      - d/initramfs/local-premount: wait for udev to settle before the call to
        resolve_device() in local_mount_root(), so the by-uuid/ symlinks have a
        chance to be updated by the multipath udev rules (LP 1503286).
      - d/initramfs/local-premount: Run multipath with -B so not to assign names
        nor change /etc/multipath/bindings during initramfs (LP 1561103)
      - d/rules: install d/initramfs/local-bottom
      - d/rules: install d/initramfs/local-premount
   - Disable -fexceptions on multipath-udeb (LP 1489379): the flag causes
     libchecktur.so to link with libgcc_s.so.1 (even with -static-libgcc),
     which is not available in the installer environment.
     - d/p/disable-fexceptions-udeb.patch: conditionally disable -fexceptions
       with CFLAGS_DISABLE_FEXCEPTIONS.
     - d/rules: set CFLAGS_DISABLE_FEXCEPTIONS to build multipath-udeb.
   - Remove d/initramfs/local-top (redundant with other initramfs scripts):
     - init-top: take over loading modules (dm-multipath and SCSI device
       handlers); move the missing dm-emc there (now scsi-dh-emc;
       see BTS 567014).
     - d/rules: do not install local-top anymore.
     - remove d/initramfs/local-top
    - Fixes typo in package description (availibility -> availability)
      (LP 1231182)
    - debian/initramfs/local-bottom: wait for the multipathd unix socket
      to close, so to avoid multipathd.socket unit failure. (LP 1682178)
    - debian/initramfs/hooks: Add dm-queue-length: users may want to change
      from the default selector and should be able to do so. (LP 1673350)
    - d/p/kpartx-Improve-finding-loopback-device-by-file.patch: Improve
      finding loopback devices (LP 1747044)
    - d/p/kpartx-print-loop-deleted-to-stdout-not-stderr.patch: Print loop
      deleted message to stdout again, not stderr; to fix autopkgtest
    - Install friendly names multipath.conf by default, instead of
      generating it in every installer.
    - Use stable wwn-* names in autopkgtest that work with or without
      friendly names, as scsi-${DM_NAME} is not a stable symlink name.
    - Do not attempt to start multipath-tools in containers, should switch
      for on-demand udev/socket based activation in the future. LP 1823093
    - Adjust initramfs integration for new udev rules
    - debian/tests/tgtbasedmpaths: Add sleep to allow for device creation
  * Dropped changes:
    - Install dm-parts.rule
    - Fix /usr/lib/udev to be /lib/udev
    - Move udev rules at position 11 to position 56
    - Fix 11-dm-mpath.rules to check for DM_UDEV_RULES, not DM_UDEV_RULES_VSN
    - d/rules: Run dh_clean from clean target
    - Install 68-del-part-nodes.rules
      [all above in Debian now]
    - Import upstream commit to fix crash in multipathd
      [part of the new upstream version]
    - d/p/1000--set-umask-in-multipathd.patch: Set umask in multipathd.
      [new upstream sets umask before calling before uxsock_listen]
    - d/control mark transition of file /etc/init.d/multipath-tools-boot
      according to case #9 of https://wiki.debian.org/PackageTransition
      [no more needed post 18.04]
    - Apply fix from fedora to trigger change uevent on device creation,
      this also ensures new devices are discovered automatically.
      [upstream since 0.7.7]
  * Added Changes:
    - d/p/kpartx-Improve-finding-loopback-device-by-file.patch
      [updated to match new upstream version]
    - d/p/disable-fexceptions-udeb.patch: to match new upstream version
      [updated to match new upstream version]
    - d/p/enable-find-multipaths.patch: since upstream change c36f2f42 we need
      to set yes to retain the Ubuntu behavior instead of 1 as we did before.
    - d/p/kpartx-Improve-finding-loopback-device-by-file.patch
      [updated to match new upstream version]

multipath-tools (0.7.9-3) unstable; urgency=medium

  * [51a7724] Reliably extract the running systemd version
    (Closes: #924860)

multipath-tools (0.7.9-2) unstable; urgency=medium

  * [c2f0c23] Enable proper cross build.
    Thanks to Helmut Grohne (Closes: #916521)

multipath-tools (0.7.9-1) unstable; urgency=medium

  * [c3bbe11] Fix installation of incorrect file to del-part-nodes.rules.
    Thanks to Jean-François Remy (Closes: #914158)
  * [9421efd] Add filter config to exclude file .gitignore
  * [16da907] New upstream version 0.7.9

multipath-tools (0.7.8-2) unstable; urgency=medium

  * [8b8f73c] Update debian/gbp.conf
  * Upload to Unstable

multipath-tools (0.7.8-1) experimental; urgency=medium

  [ Ritesh Raj Sarraf ]
  * [1dea65d] New upstream version 0.7.8 (Closes: #909926)
  * [2d9b752] Refresh patches and drop some that are now applied upstream
  * [63ac09f] Drop RADOS support

multipath-tools (0.7.7-3) unstable; urgency=medium

  [ Chris Hofstaedtler ]
  * [fc0938c] Synchronize loading of kernel modules
    dm-round-robin is auto-loaded by the kernel if needed, but the
    scsi_dh_* modules are not. They need to be loaded before setting
    up the mappings. This makes sure all paths (initramfs, early and
    late sysvinit and systemd) load the same modules. (Closes: #827407)
  * [3d59bff] Add myself to Uploaders:
  * [f78c116] Update Priority to be optional instead of deprecated extra
  * [7543c5d] debian/tests/control: Fix Restrictions syntax

multipath-tools (0.7.7-2) unstable; urgency=medium

  * [315dacd] Also include the wwids file
  * [57d84ce] Update NEWS file about systemd integration

multipath-tools (0.7.7-1) unstable; urgency=medium

  * [d4529eb] Switch packaging repository to Salsa (Closes: #899615)
  * [d2c41ec] Use tracker as maintainer email address
  * [1d49dfa] New upstream version 0.7.7
  * [012281c] Refresh patches and drop one patch which is merged
    upstream

multipath-tools (0.7.4-3) unstable; urgency=medium

  [ Ritesh Raj Sarraf ]
  * [a22d317] Make build reproducible.
    Thanks to Chris Lamb (Closes: #885408)
  * [f029a76] Add linux-initramfs-tool as a initramfs dependency
    instead of initramfs-tools. This extends multipath to other
    implementations like dracut.
    Thanks to Thomas Lange (Closes: #887917)

  [ Julian Andres Klode ]
  * [1b595cb] Move dm-mpath rules from position 11 to position 56
  * [6053243] Install dm-parts.rule
  * [c1a1a53] Fix /usr/lib/udev to be /lib/udev
  * [c80ab6e] Fix 11-dm-mpath.rules to check for DM_UDEV_RULES,
    not DM_UDEV_RULES_VSN
  * [75d7eff] d/rules: Run dh_clean from clean target
  * [83c25f2] Install 68-del-part-nodes.rules
  * [5136bc1] Import upstream commit to fix crash in multipathd
  * (Closes: #886938)

 -- Christian Ehrhardt <email address hidden>  Mon, 29 Apr 2019 16:14:26 +0200

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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.

kpartx-boot: Provides kpartx during boot

 This package makes kpartx available during boot to activate partitions

kpartx-dbgsym: debug symbols for kpartx
kpartx-udeb: create device mappings for partitions - udeb package

 This is a udeb, or a microdeb, for the debian-installer.
 .
 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
 device:
 .
  * 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-tools-dbgsym: debug symbols for multipath-tools
multipath-udeb: maintain multipath block device access - udeb package

 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.