raidutils 0.0.6-19 source package in Ubuntu


raidutils (0.0.6-19) unstable; urgency=low

  * single-debian-patch source option (closes: #643259)
  * new debian/rules targets to silence lintian 
  * bump debian standards version
  * the word is "removable", not "removeable"
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dpt-i2o-raidutils: Adaptec I2O hardware RAID management utilities

 Suite of programs to manage some I2O-compliant RAID controllers; in
 particular some Adaptec hardware; to be very specific those using the
 dpt_i2o kernel module or CONFIG_SCSI_DPT_I2O driver, or (for more
 recent kernels) the i2o_block and i2o_config modules, or
 CONFIG_I2O_BLOCK and CONFIG_I2O_CONFIG drivers. One can
 create/delete a RAID array, add/remove a hot spare drive to/from an
 array, activate/silence the alarm, and query array/disk status.

raidutils: Transition Package for raidutils rename to dpt-i2o-raidutils

 The package previously named raidutils, used for manipulating some
 Adaptec I2O RAID hardware, has been renamed dpt-i2o-raidutils. This
 dummy dependency package helps ease that transition.