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Re: [linux-lvm] Is LVM dead ?


as mentioned on this list a couple of days ago, LVM 0.9 is going to be
released early november.
It will for eg. contain persistent and resizable snapshots.

If you have any feature enhancements, bug fixes or code to supply,
Please feel free to discuss them on this list.

On Sat, Oct 21, 2000 at 01:08:44AM +0400, Michael Tokarev wrote:
> I see very strange situation with lvm now.
> And it is really strange for me.
> Ok, I signed petition, there are far too many efforts to include
> lvm into kernel.  And it was included.  And that was the last news
> item at lvm website!  There are too many bugs in lvmtools, many of
> them already found/reported.  There are far too many headaches to
> build lvm with new kernels.  There are too many patches floating
> around.  And the latest file date is about march-2000...  It seemed
> to be that folks has have only one target -- to include lvm into
> kernel.  To set up a dots under i's.  And that was a final plan.
> Again, when IBM comes with their ideas (not to say here good or
> bad -- it is a different story), people here just said something
> like "we already have all that we want, so go out"... (discussion
> was long and interesting, but primary authors was not involved
> there).
> What's happening? 

Code is beeing developed, features are beeing implemented etc.

> I'm really worried, as this is a very
> useful thing.  And I call here -- should someone become a
> new maintainer of the whole thing ? :(((  As current
> maintainer as it seemed to be just did all that he want
> already...

Did you actually read the documentaion (TODO)?

> I'm sorry, I'm really very sorry for this all if I'm wrong.
> This is just my impression, nothing more.  And I apologize,
> really, if I'm wrong.

You should.

> But -- who can demonstrate that I'm wrong ??? :(((((((((

Hopefully i was.

> Regards,
>  Michael.


Heinz      -- The LVM guy --


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