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Old 01-24-2010, 01:42 PM
Thomas Bächler
 
Default initscripts 2010.01-1, udev 150-1, device-mapper/lvm2 2.02.60, cryptsetup 1.1.0

Okay, here are the changes:

initscripts:
- hwclock improvements by Dan
- some minor crypto fix on shutdown
- moved the prekillall hook so it can be used better with splash
Necessary for device-mapper/udev, as dm-device detection on startup has
needs options introduced in 2009.11-1 (still in testing)

udev:
- upstream update
- remove resolve-modalias, replace with modprobe --resolve-alias

device-mapper/lvm2:
- cleaned PKGBUILD, hopefully fix the dmeventd path mess
- upstream update

cryptsetup:
- upstream update, hopefully fixes lots of bugs

These have to be moved together (and with mkinitcpio) so that
device-mapper still works fine with udev. This should solve FS#16735
finally - it has to be moved in any case, because this is better than
the situation in core, even if some people will still have problems.

I want to move these 5 and mkinitcpio out of testing before I push the
kill-klibc mkinitcpio in - the latter will also require changes in lvm2
and cryptsetup.
 
Old 01-24-2010, 02:32 PM
Allan McRae
 
Default initscripts 2010.01-1, udev 150-1, device-mapper/lvm2 2.02.60, cryptsetup 1.1.0

On 25/01/10 00:42, Thomas Bächler wrote:

Okay, here are the changes:

initscripts:
- hwclock improvements by Dan
- some minor crypto fix on shutdown
- moved the prekillall hook so it can be used better with splash
Necessary for device-mapper/udev, as dm-device detection on startup has
needs options introduced in 2009.11-1 (still in testing)

udev:
- upstream update
- remove resolve-modalias, replace with modprobe --resolve-alias


<snip>

Rebooted and everything seems fine. You may want to bump the copyright
year to 2010 in initscripts.


Allan
 
Old 01-24-2010, 02:57 PM
Thomas Bächler
 
Default initscripts 2010.01-1, udev 150-1, device-mapper/lvm2 2.02.60, cryptsetup 1.1.0

Am 24.01.2010 15:42, schrieb Thomas Bächler:
> Okay, here are the changes:
>
> initscripts:
> - hwclock improvements by Dan
> - some minor crypto fix on shutdown
> - moved the prekillall hook so it can be used better with splash
> Necessary for device-mapper/udev, as dm-device detection on startup has
> needs options introduced in 2009.11-1 (still in testing)
>
> udev:
> - upstream update
> - remove resolve-modalias, replace with modprobe --resolve-alias
>
> device-mapper/lvm2:
> - cleaned PKGBUILD, hopefully fix the dmeventd path mess
> - upstream update
>
> cryptsetup:
> - upstream update, hopefully fixes lots of bugs
>
> These have to be moved together (and with mkinitcpio) so that
> device-mapper still works fine with udev. This should solve FS#16735
> finally - it has to be moved in any case, because this is better than
> the situation in core, even if some people will still have problems.
>
> I want to move these 5 and mkinitcpio out of testing before I push the
> kill-klibc mkinitcpio in - the latter will also require changes in lvm2
> and cryptsetup.
>

And -2 on lvm2/device-mapper: -Wl,--as-needed breaks dmeventd, I
disabled it in the PKGBUILD.
 
Old 01-24-2010, 03:03 PM
Thomas Bächler
 
Default initscripts 2010.01-1, udev 150-1, device-mapper/lvm2 2.02.60, cryptsetup 1.1.0

Am 24.01.2010 16:32, schrieb Allan McRae:
> On 25/01/10 00:42, Thomas Bächler wrote:
>> Okay, here are the changes:
>>
>> initscripts:
>> - hwclock improvements by Dan
>> - some minor crypto fix on shutdown
>> - moved the prekillall hook so it can be used better with splash
>> Necessary for device-mapper/udev, as dm-device detection on startup has
>> needs options introduced in 2009.11-1 (still in testing)
>>
>> udev:
>> - upstream update
>> - remove resolve-modalias, replace with modprobe --resolve-alias
>
> <snip>
>
> Rebooted and everything seems fine. You may want to bump the copyright
> year to 2010 in initscripts.
>
> Allan

Thanks, good catch.

http://projects.archlinux.org/initscripts.git/commit/?id=4e4b7a45b520a5f16a94f1f41d4c48048965e4b2

I will release -2 tomorrow, until then I'll wait for more objections.
 
Old 01-25-2010, 09:20 PM
Gerardo Exequiel Pozzi
 
Default initscripts 2010.01-1, udev 150-1, device-mapper/lvm2 2.02.60, cryptsetup 1.1.0

On 01/24/2010 11:42 AM, Thomas Bächler wrote:

Okay, here are the changes:

initscripts:
- hwclock improvements by Dan
- some minor crypto fix on shutdown
- moved the prekillall hook so it can be used better with splash
Necessary for device-mapper/udev, as dm-device detection on startup has
needs options introduced in 2009.11-1 (still in testing)

My both i686 and x86_64 (running under a custom kernel 2.6.32.[46]
without initramfs) installations boot/shutdown fine, also using the hook
shutdown_poweroff to enable full kernel log again, and works very nice.


My unofficial sign-off for both archs. (initscripts-2010.01-1)

--
Gerardo Exequiel Pozzi ( djgera )
http://www.djgera.com.ar
KeyID: 0x1B8C330D
Key fingerprint = 0CAA D5D4 CD85 4434 A219 76ED 39AB 221B 1B8C 330D
 
Old 01-28-2010, 08:10 AM
Thomas Bächler
 
Default initscripts 2010.01-1, udev 150-1, device-mapper/lvm2 2.02.60, cryptsetup 1.1.0

Am 28.01.2010 06:18, schrieb Eric Bélanger:
> On Sun, Jan 24, 2010 at 9:42 AM, Thomas Bächler <thomas@archlinux.org> wrote:
>> Okay, here are the changes:
>>
>> initscripts:
>> - hwclock improvements by Dan
>> - some minor crypto fix on shutdown
>> - moved the prekillall hook so it can be used better with splash
>> Necessary for device-mapper/udev, as dm-device detection on startup has
>> needs options introduced in 2009.11-1 (still in testing)
>>
>
> you forgot to put the source on ftp:

Sorry, fixed now.
 

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