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[Cluster-devel] Cluster Project tag, cmirror_1_1_16, created. cmirror_1_1_15-63-g6bb8188

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commit 6bb8188b10227bb97a0fb1cbca88e5fc9a236f2a
Author: Jonathan Brassow <jbrassow redhat com>
Date:   Wed May 7 14:55:48 2008 -0500

    clogd:  Remove scary print statements that show up on --resync
    When LVM creates mirrors, it is kind enough to initialize the
    log.  However, when a 'lvchange --resync' is issued to resync
    a mirror, it simply wipes the log instead of reinitializing it.
    The log server was responding to this by issuing a warning that
    it couldn't read a valid log header.  This is not a problem,
    because it simply reinitializes it on its own... so the messages
    served no purpose.
    LVM should probably be consistent and initialize the log when
    a --resync is issued though.

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