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Re: [linux-lvm] LVM 1.0.1-rc5 or use CVS ?

On Mon, Nov 26, 2001 at 07:46:55AM +0100, Adrian Phillips wrote:
> If I remember correctly there was some mention of a new release last
> week. I'm using LVM CVS at home and have 2 new servers at work to
> setup but am uncertain what state the CVS version is in at any one
> time.
> Do the LVM folks tag CVS versions so that one can always grab the
> latest "stable-to-be" without having to worry about untested patches ?

We tag the announced releases (or release candidates as with -rcX).

> I assume not because the web page says "assume alpha-quality code".

You are assuming right ;-)

> Anyway, I'd just like to also say how much I appreciate the amount of
> effort gone into LVM and its stability, and a big thank you to anyone
> who has had a hand in it.
> Sincerely,
> Adrian Phillips
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