ocfs2-tools 1.8.6-2ubuntu1 source package in Ubuntu

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ocfs2-tools (1.8.6-2ubuntu1) focal; urgency=medium

  * debian/control: specify only supported architectures (LP: #1745155)

 -- Rafael David Tinoco <email address hidden>  Fri, 29 Nov 2019 13:12:00 +0000

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Rafael David Tinoco on 2019-12-09
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Ubuntu Developers
Architectures:
amd64 armhf arm64 i386 mipsel mips64el ppc64el x32
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admin
Urgency:
Medium Urgency

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ocfs2-tools: tools for managing OCFS2 cluster filesystems

 OCFS2 is a general purpose cluster filesystem. Unlike the initial release
 of OCFS, which supported only Oracle database workloads, OCFS2 provides
 full support as a general purpose filesystem. OCFS2 is a complete rewrite
 of the previous version, designed to work as a seamless addition to the
 Linux kernel.
 .
 This package installs the tools to manage the OCFS2 filesystem, including mkfs,
 tunefs, fsck, debugfs, and the utilities to control the O2CB clustering stack.

ocfs2-tools-dbgsym: debug symbols for ocfs2-tools
ocfs2-tools-dev: tools for managing OCFS2 cluster filesystems - development files

 OCFS2 is a general purpose cluster filesystem. Unlike the initial release
 of OCFS, which supported only Oracle database workloads, OCFS2 provides
 full support as a general purpose filesystem. OCFS2 is a complete rewrite
 of the previous version, designed to work as a seamless addition to the
 Linux kernel.
 .
 This package installs the development headers and static libraries.