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[lvm-devel] [PATCH 10 of 10] LVM: redundant log man page updates



Patch name: lvm-redundant-log-man-page-updates.patch

Man page updates.

RFC: Jonathan Brassow <jbrassow redhat com>

Index: LVM2/man/lvconvert.8.in
===================================================================
--- LVM2.orig/man/lvconvert.8.in
+++ LVM2/man/lvconvert.8.in
@@ -3,7 +3,7 @@
 lvconvert \- convert a logical volume from linear to mirror or snapshot
 .SH SYNOPSIS
 .B lvconvert
-\-m|\-\-mirrors Mirrors [\-\-mirrorlog {disk|core}] [\-\-corelog] [\-R|\-\-regionsize MirrorLogRegionSize]
+\-m|\-\-mirrors Mirrors [\-\-mirrorlog {disk|core|redundant}] [\-\-corelog] [\-R|\-\-regionsize MirrorLogRegionSize]
 [\-A|\-\-alloc AllocationPolicy]
 [\-b|\-\-background] [\-f|\-\-force] [\-i|\-\-interval Seconds]
 [\-h|\-?|\-\-help]
@@ -83,6 +83,7 @@ from the data being mirrored. 
 Core may be useful for short-lived mirrors: It means the mirror is
 regenerated by copying the data from the first device again every
 time the device is activated - perhaps, for example, after every reboot.
+Using "redundant" will create a persistent log that is itself mirrored.
 .TP
 .I \-\-corelog
 The optional argument "--corelog" is the same as specifying "--mirrorlog core".
Index: LVM2/man/lvcreate.8.in
===================================================================
--- LVM2.orig/man/lvcreate.8.in
+++ LVM2/man/lvcreate.8.in
@@ -11,7 +11,7 @@ lvcreate \- create a logical volume in a
 {\-l|\-\-extents LogicalExtentsNumber[%{VG|PVS|FREE}] |
  \-L|\-\-size LogicalVolumeSize[bBsSkKmMgGtTpPeE]}
 [\-M|\-\-persistent y|n] [\-\-minor minor]
-[\-m|\-\-mirrors Mirrors [\-\-nosync] [\-\-mirrorlog {disk|core}] [\-\-corelog]
+[\-m|\-\-mirrors Mirrors [\-\-nosync] [\-\-mirrorlog {disk|core|redundant}] [\-\-corelog]
 [\-R|\-\-regionsize MirrorLogRegionSize]]
 [\-n|\-\-name LogicalVolumeName]
 [\-p|\-\-permission r|rw] [\-r|\-\-readahead ReadAheadSectors|auto|none]
@@ -107,9 +107,10 @@ intensive initial sync of an empty devic
 The optional argument --mirrorlog specifies the type of log to be used.
 The default is disk, which is persistent and requires
 a small amount of storage space, usually on a separate device from the
-data being mirrored. Using core means the mirror is regenerated
+data being mirrored.  Using core means the mirror is regenerated
 by copying the data from the first device again each time the
-device is activated, for example, after every reboot.
+device is activated, for example, after every reboot.  Using "redundant"
+will create a persistent log that is itself mirrored.
 
 The optional argument --corelog is equivalent to --mirrorlog core.
 


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