Accepted: mdadm 2.6.4-2ubuntu1 (source)

Luke Yelavich luke.yelavich at
Tue Jun 3 06:45:16 BST 2008

 OK: mdadm_2.6.4.orig.tar.gz
 OK: mdadm_2.6.4-2ubuntu1.diff.gz
 OK: mdadm_2.6.4-2ubuntu1.dsc
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Date: Tue, 03 Jun 2008 14:59:18 +1000
Source: mdadm
Binary: mdadm mdadm-udeb
Architecture: source
Version: 2.6.4-2ubuntu1
Distribution: intrepid
Urgency: low
Maintainer: Ubuntu Core Developers <ubuntu-devel-discuss at>
Changed-By: Luke Yelavich <luke.yelavich at>
 mdadm      - tool to administer Linux MD arrays (software RAID)
 mdadm-udeb - tool to administer Linux MD arrays (software RAID)
Closes: 449244 451684 460256 462478 463673 464438 464454 465984 466306 466543 466577 466794 466989 467118 468048 471874 474542
 mdadm (2.6.4-2ubuntu1) intrepid; urgency=low
   * Merge from debian unstable, remaining changes:
    * md activation:
     - We now have a single udev rule for both the real system and the
       initramfs, since doing things differently there will only result in bugs
       and confusion.
     - This rule runs "mdadm --assemble --scan --no-degraded", automatically
       activating any non-degraded device as their components are detected.
     - Drop the mdadm-raid init script, since this does the same thing.
     - Also drop mdadm-startall which uses the mdadm-raid init script, and its
       associated sgml file (thus dropping the build-dep on docbook-to-man)
     - Simplify the configuration, since we always autostart all devices so do
       not need to specify any required root devices, etc.
     - Drop the deprecated mdrun entirely.
     - Since udev autostarts arrays, much of the initramfs script can be
    * Install a new udev rule at 65 which runs vol_id on clean raid arrays.
      This will cause lvm, etc. to be run (since there is vol_id information
      present for the enclosed filesystem).
    * Depend on initramfs-tools, specifically a version that doesn't ship
      the mdrun script. and a version that supports the mountfail functionality,
      see below. This way we can clean out a lot of the upgrade handling
      from the initramfs hook.
    * Just get initramfs to load the modules for us
    * Create init-premount hook script for the initramfs, to provide
      information at boot, if the root device is not functional.
 mdadm (2.6.4-2) unstable; urgency=low
   * Adjusted logcheck rules to follow kernel changes; thanks to Frédéric
     Brière (closes: #462478).
   * Debconf templates and debian/control reviewed by the debian-l10n-
     english team as part of the Smith review project. Closes: #463673
   * Debconf translation updates (thanks to Christian Perrier for compiling
     * Japanese. Closes: #464438
     * Galician. Closes: #464454
     * French. Closes: #465984
     * Czech. Closes: #466306
     * Dutch. Closes: #466543
     * Russian. Closes: #466577
     * Portuguese. Closes: #466794
     * German. Closes: #466989
     * Vietnamese. Closes: #467118
   * New debconf translations:
     * Finnish. Closes: #468048
   * Fixed bashism in mdadm-raid init.d script; thanks to Raphael Geisser
     (closes: #471874).
   * Do not output warning when run from cron and no arrays are found
     (closes: #474542).
   * Add doc-base registration file; thanks to Roberto C. Sanchez
     (closes: #451684).
   * Reschedule "mdadm Sunday" to 00:57 instead of 01:06 to prevent double
     invocation on DST change (closes: #449244).
   * Bump DH compatibility level to 6; no changes required.
 mdadm (2.6.4-1) unstable; urgency=low
   * New upstream release.
   * Apply patch by Petter Reinholdtsen to fix dependency loop in
     init.d script (closes: #460256).
   * Bump Standards-Version to 3.7.3; no changes needed.
 b1a51f897638958dc25dfc604848054f 910 admin optional mdadm_2.6.4-2ubuntu1.dsc
 4235fc330c9d51e6e613a6eee7ebca76 207904 admin optional mdadm_2.6.4.orig.tar.gz
 95a98928348be759462b228fc2456e95 92521 admin optional mdadm_2.6.4-2ubuntu1.diff.gz
Original-Maintainer: Debian mdadm maintainers <pkg-mdadm-devel at>

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