pmdk 1.5.1-1ubuntu1 source package in Ubuntu

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pmdk (1.5.1-1ubuntu1) eoan; urgency=medium

  * d/p/manpage-debug-packages.patch: mention the -debug package split
    in Ubuntu systems
  * libpmemobj c++ bindings are on separate source now:
    - d/libpmemobj-doc.install: removed
    - d/libpmemobj-doc.doc-base: removed
    - d/control: setup transition from libpmemobj-doc to libpmemobj-cpp-doc
  * d/rules: use dh_missing with --fail and known exclusions for files
    installed by other dh tools
  * d/rules: don't remove TEST34 as it is passing in Ubuntu atm
  * d/NEWS: added to explain important packaging changes in this update
  * d/control: the valgrind test is failing, remove it from
    build-depends
  * d/README.source: explains some lintian checks and the reason why
    jemalloc is bundled.
  * d/not-installed: list files from the pmreorder python script that
    we are choosing to not install because it's not ready yet, requiring
    forks of other tools.

pmdk (1.5.1-1) unstable; urgency=medium

  * New upstream release.

pmdk (1.5.1~rc3-2) experimental; urgency=medium

  * Disable a failing test (real bug; tmpfs only).

pmdk (1.5.1~rc3-1) experimental; urgency=medium

  * New upstream pre-release.
  * Drop upstreamed patch.

pmdk (1.5.1~rc2-1) experimental; urgency=medium

  * New upstream pre-release.
  * Drop upstreamed patches.
  * Re-enable valgrind tests.
  * Fix broken .pc for librpmem.

pmdk (1.5-5) unstable; urgency=medium

  * Fix one, and paper over another, tests failing with bash 5.

pmdk (1.5-4) unstable; urgency=medium

  * Use UTC for SOURCE_DATE_EPOCH.

pmdk (1.5-3) unstable; urgency=medium

  * Make the build reproducible.

pmdk (1.5-2) unstable; urgency=medium

  * Don't B-Depend on valgrind, it can't handle glibc 2.28 yet.

pmdk (1.5-1) unstable; urgency=medium

  * Initial release.  Closes: #913889

 -- Andreas Hasenack <email address hidden>  Thu, 16 May 2019 14:48:30 +0000

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Andreas Hasenack on 2019-05-16
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libpmem-dev: development files for libpmem1

 libpmem provides low level persistent memory support. In particular, support
 for the persistent memory instructions for flushing changes to pmem is
 provided.
 .
 This package contains libraries and header files used for linking programs
 against libpmem.

libpmem1: Persistent Memory low level support library

 libpmem provides low level persistent memory support. In particular, support
 for the persistent memory instructions for flushing changes to pmem is
 provided.
 .
 This library is provided for software which tracks every store to pmem and
 needs to flush those changes to durability. Most developers will find higher
 level libraries like libpmemobj to be much more convenient.

libpmem1-dbgsym: debug symbols for libpmem1
libpmem1-debug: Persistent Memory low level support library — debug build

 libpmem provides low level persistent memory support. In particular, support
 for the persistent memory instructions for flushing changes to pmem is
 provided.
 .
 This library is provided for software which tracks every store to pmem and
 needs to flush those changes to durability. Most developers will find higher
 level libraries like libpmemobj to be much more convenient.
 .
 This package contains a special build of this library meant for debugging
 purposes. It contains extra logging, assertions and expensive checks that
 should not be used otherwise.

libpmemblk-dev: development files for libpmemblk1

 libpmemblk implements a pmem-resident array of blocks, all the same size, where
 a block is updated atomically with respect to power failure or program
 interruption (no torn blocks).
 .
 This package contains libraries and header files used for linking programs
 against libpmemblk.

libpmemblk1: Persistent Memory block array support library

 libpmemblk implements a pmem-resident array of blocks, all the same size, where
 a block is updated atomically with respect to power failure or program
 interruption (no torn blocks).
 .
 This library is provided for cases requiring large arrays of objects at least
 512 bytes each. Most developers will find higher level libraries like
 libpmemobj to be more generally useful.

libpmemblk1-dbgsym: debug symbols for libpmemblk1
libpmemblk1-debug: Persistent Memory block array support library — debug build

 libpmemblk implements a pmem-resident array of blocks, all the same size, where
 a block is updated atomically with respect to power failure or program
 interruption (no torn blocks).
 .
 This library is provided for cases requiring large arrays of objects at least
 512 bytes each. Most developers will find higher level libraries like
 libpmemobj to be more generally useful.
 .
 This package contains a special build of this library meant for debugging
 purposes. It contains extra logging, assertions and expensive checks that
 should not be used otherwise.

libpmemlog-dev: development files for libpmemlog1

 libpmemlog implements a pmem-resident log file.
 .
 This package contains libraries and header files used for linking programs
 against libpmemlog.

libpmemlog1: Persistent Memory log file support library

 libpmemlog implements a pmem-resident log file.
 .
 This library is provided for cases requiring an append-mostly file to record
 variable length entries. Most developers will find higher level libraries like
 libpmemobj to be more generally useful.

libpmemlog1-dbgsym: debug symbols for libpmemlog1
libpmemlog1-debug: Persistent Memory log file support library — debug build

 libpmemlog implements a pmem-resident log file.
 .
 This library is provided for cases requiring an append-mostly file to record
 variable length entries. Most developers will find higher level libraries like
 libpmemobj to be more generally useful.
 .
 This package contains a special build of this library meant for debugging
 purposes. It contains extra logging, assertions and expensive checks that
 should not be used otherwise.

libpmemobj-dev: development files for libpmemobj1

 libpmemobj turns a persistent memory file into a flexible object store,
 supporting transactions, memory management, locking, lists, and a number of
 other features.
 .
 This package contains libraries and header files used for linking programs
 against libpmemobj.

libpmemobj-doc: Transitional package for libpmemobj-cpp-doc

 This is a transitional package. It can safely be removed.

libpmemobj1: Persistent Memory object store support library

 libpmemobj turns a persistent memory file into a flexible object store,
 supporting transactions, memory management, locking, lists, and a number of
 other features.

libpmemobj1-dbgsym: debug symbols for libpmemobj1
libpmemobj1-debug: Persistent Memory object store support library — debug build

 libpmemobj turns a persistent memory file into a flexible object store,
 supporting transactions, memory management, locking, lists, and a number of
 other features.
 .
 This package contains a special build of this library meant for debugging
 purposes. It contains extra logging, assertions and expensive checks that
 should not be used otherwise.

libpmempool-dev: development files for libpmempool1

 libpmempool provides a set of utilities for management, diagnostics and repair
 of persistent memory pools.
 .
 This package contains libraries and header files used for linking programs
 against libpmempool.

libpmempool1: Persistent Memory pool management support library

 libpmempool provides a set of utilities for management, diagnostics and repair
 of persistent memory pools. A pool in this context means a pmemobj pool,
 pmemblk pool, pmemlog pool or BTT layout, independent of the underlying
 storage. The libpmempool is for applications that need high reliability or
 built-in troubleshooting. It may be useful for testing and debugging purposes
 also.

libpmempool1-dbgsym: debug symbols for libpmempool1
libpmempool1-debug: Persistent Memory pool management support library — debug build

 libpmempool provides a set of utilities for management, diagnostics and repair
 of persistent memory pools. A pool in this context means a pmemobj pool,
 pmemblk pool, pmemlog pool or BTT layout, independent of the underlying
 storage. The libpmempool is for applications that need high reliability or
 built-in troubleshooting. It may be useful for testing and debugging purposes
 also.
 .
 This package contains a special build of this library meant for debugging
 purposes. It contains extra logging, assertions and expensive checks that
 should not be used otherwise.

librpmem-dev: development files for librpmem1

 librpmem provides low-level support for remote access to persistent memory
 (pmem) utilizing RDMA-capable RNICs.
 .
 This package contains libraries and header files used for linking programs
 against librpmem.

librpmem1: Persistent Memory remote access support library

 librpmem provides low-level support for remote access to persistent memory
 (pmem) utilizing RDMA-capable RNICs. The library can be used to replicate
 remotely a memory region over RDMA protocol. It utilizes appropriate
 persistency mechanism based on remote node’s platform capabilities. The
 librpmem utilizes the ssh client to authenticate a user on remote node and for
 encryption of connection’s out-of-band configuration data.
 .
 This library is for applications that use remote persistent memory directly,
 without the help of any library-supplied transactions or memory allocation.
 Higher-level libraries that build on libpmem are available and are recommended
 for most applications.

librpmem1-dbgsym: debug symbols for librpmem1
librpmem1-debug: Persistent Memory remote access support library — debug build

 librpmem provides low-level support for remote access to persistent memory
 (pmem) utilizing RDMA-capable RNICs. The library can be used to replicate
 remotely a memory region over RDMA protocol. It utilizes appropriate
 persistency mechanism based on remote node’s platform capabilities. The
 librpmem utilizes the ssh client to authenticate a user on remote node and for
 encryption of connection’s out-of-band configuration data.
 .
 This library is for applications that use remote persistent memory directly,
 without the help of any library-supplied transactions or memory allocation.
 Higher-level libraries that build on libpmem are available and are recommended
 for most applications.
 .
 This package contains a special build of this library meant for debugging
 purposes. It contains extra logging, assertions and expensive checks that
 should not be used otherwise.

libvmem-dev: development files for libvmem1

 The libvmem library turns a pool of persistent memory into a volatile memory
 pool, similar to the system heap but kept separate and with its own
 malloc-style API.
 .
 This package contains libraries and header files used for linking programs
 against libvmem.

libvmem1: Persistent Memory volatile memory support library

 The libvmem library turns a pool of persistent memory into a volatile memory
 pool, similar to the system heap but kept separate and with its own
 malloc-style API.
 .
 libvmem supports the traditional malloc/free interfaces on a memory mapped
 file. This allows the use of persistent memory as volatile memory, for cases
 where the pool of persistent memory is useful to an application, but when the
 application doesn’t need it to be persistent.

libvmem1-dbgsym: debug symbols for libvmem1
libvmem1-debug: Persistent Memory volatile memory support library — debug build

 The libvmem library turns a pool of persistent memory into a volatile memory
 pool, similar to the system heap but kept separate and with its own
 malloc-style API.
 .
 libvmem supports the traditional malloc/free interfaces on a memory mapped
 file. This allows the use of persistent memory as volatile memory, for cases
 where the pool of persistent memory is useful to an application, but when the
 application doesn’t need it to be persistent.
 .
 This package contains a special build of this library meant for debugging
 purposes. It contains extra logging, assertions and expensive checks that
 should not be used otherwise.

libvmmalloc-dev: development files for libvmmalloc1

 The libvmmalloc library transparently converts all the dynamic memory
 allocations into volatile persistent memory allocations.
 .
 This package contains libraries and header files used for linking programs
 against libvmalloc.

libvmmalloc1: Persistent Memory dynamic allocation support library

 The libvmmalloc library transparently converts all the dynamic memory
 allocations into volatile persistent memory allocations. This allows the
 use of persistent memory as volatile memory without modifying the target
 application.

libvmmalloc1-dbgsym: debug symbols for libvmmalloc1
libvmmalloc1-debug: Persistent Memory dynamic allocation support library — debug build

 The libvmmalloc library transparently converts all the dynamic memory
 allocations into volatile persistent memory allocations. This allows the
 use of persistent memory as volatile memory without modifying the target
 application.
 .
 This package contains a special build of this library meant for debugging
 purposes. It contains extra logging, assertions and expensive checks that
 should not be used otherwise.

pmdk-tools: Persistent Memory management tools

 The main purpose of this package is to provide a user with a set of utilities
 for off-line analysis and manipulation of pools created by pmem libraries.
 .
 The utilities may be useful for troubleshooting by system administrators and
 for software developers who work on applications based on these libraries. The
 latter may find these tools useful for testing and debugging purposes also.

pmdk-tools-dbgsym: debug symbols for pmdk-tools