WARNING: updated udev package!
martin f krafft
madduck at debian.org
Thu Mar 19 16:39:59 UTC 2009
also sprach martin f krafft <madduck at debian.org> [2009.03.19.0922 +0100]:
> I wasn't aware of any upstream rules for mdadm. I now see
> 64-md-raid.rules. Why doesn't the udev package install them? md
> devices can exist and be used without mdadm installed after all.
Sorry, that was a brisk. What I meant of course was: is there any
reason why we shouldn't coordinate a switch from the mdadm rules
I snatched from Suse and which are probably unmaintained by now to
the ones tracked in the udev upstream?
If yes, then given that md devices could be used without mdadm
installed, wouldn't it make sense to have that file in the udev
Thanks for the heads-up, and sorry for being a bit short-spoken
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