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109. By Martin Pitt

fstrim-all: Fix typo that made unwanted stderr output from hdparm appear.
Thanks to Matthew L. Dailey! (LP: #1293152)

108. By Adam Conrad

Revert the previous change, as it subtly perturbs apt's unlooping
algorithms and causes upgrade failures from saucy (see LP1307883)

107. By Adam Conrad

Re-introduce the initscripts dep to bring back the transitively
essential status for the /bin/mountpoint binary. (LP: #1307883)

106. By St├ęphane Graber

Due to the way the libuuid account is created, it will get a uid/gid
allocation for userns use. This isn't needed and is a waste of uid/gid
so always clear libuuid from subuid/subgid.

105. By Martin Pitt

* debian/fstrim-all: Disable echo statements, they are leftovers from
  debugging. (Part of LP #1293152)
* debian/fstrim-all: Quiesce error message if hdparm fails (such as in VMs).
  (LP: #1293152)

104. By Martin Pitt

debian/fstrim-all: Check if device still exists, to avoid errors on
temporary devices. (side issue in LP #1278048)

103. By Martin Pitt

* debian/fstrim-all: Whitelist OCZ, SanDisk, and Patriot too. (see LP
* debian/fstrim-all: Exit cleanly if hdparm got uninstalled. (LP: #1278048)
* debian/fstrim-all: Don't print errors on mdadm devices. (LP: #1276941)

102. By Martin Pitt

* debian/fstrim-all: Ignore instead of failing on non-existing devices, such
  as /dev/mapper/* in containers backed by LVM.
* debian/fstrim-all{,.cron,.8}: Only run on Intel and Samsung SSDs by
  default, as some SSDs with faulty firmware may encounter data loss
  problems when running fstrim under high I/O load (e. g.
  https://launchpad.net/bugs/1259829). Add a --no-model-check option to
  disable the vendor check and run fstrim on all SSD drives.

101. By Adam Conrad

debian/rules: follow powerpc/ppc64 conditional path for ppc64el too.

100. By Scott Moser

partx/partx.c: apply upstream commit 84ac311212c0696 for fixing bug
with 'partx --update' when used with partitions other than 1 or out of
order partition table. (LP: #1244662)

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