lp:~csurbhi/+junk/initramfs.mdadm.fixes

Created by Surbhi Palande on 2010-10-06 and last modified on 2010-10-19
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229. By Surbhi Palande on 2010-10-19

mdadm autoassembly works by matching hostname with what is stored in the
uuid bits of the array. So hostname needs to be set at boot time for the
rootfs to be mounted, when the rootfs is on an array which has to be
auto-assembled. Added support for setting the hostname. (LP: #330399)

228. By Colin Watson on 2010-10-04

releasing version 0.98.1ubuntu6

227. By Colin Watson on 2010-10-04

Apparently the iscan hook is sometimes called iscan-data, so ignore
errors from that too (LP: #654856).

226. By Colin Watson on 2010-10-04

releasing version 0.98.1ubuntu5

225. By Colin Watson on 2010-10-04

Ignore errors from iscan hook, due to a widely-deployed third-party
package causing upgrade problems (LP: #603053).

224. By Colin Watson on 2010-09-17

releasing version 0.98.1ubuntu4

223. By Colin Watson on 2010-09-17

mkinitramfs uses cpio --dereference; adjust to cope

222. By Colin Watson on 2010-09-17

Make /etc/mtab in the initramfs a symlink to /proc/mounts, since e.g.
current ntfs-3g doesn't work otherwise (LP: #641306).

221. By Luke Yelavich on 2010-09-15

hooks/thermal: Force load thermal modules on powerpc for now, as there are
no modaliases for these modules, so udev won't touch them. Longer term,
scripts will need to be written to better identify which thermal module
needs to be loaded. (LP: #631358)

220. By Colin Watson on 2010-09-13

releasing version 0.98.1ubuntu2

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