Fedora 16 beta vice Knoppix

Bill Nottingham notting at redhat.com
Wed Oct 5 19:32:52 UTC 2011

Kay Sievers (kay.sievers at vrfy.org) said: 
> Any system service that today relies in its core on 'udevadm settle'
> or scsi-wait-scan module, or any of the other bad hacks in that
> category, anything that uses these barriers as a checkpoint to block
> on, to do its synchronous actions, should be considered non-hotplug
> capable, need to be fixed or legacy. The Fedora storage assembly shell
> scripts really need to be replaced by something that fits into today's
> reality.

... which has been the plan for a few years now, but is waiting on
assorted LVM infrastructure work.


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