Fedora 16 Update: glusterfs-3.2.5-3.fc16

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Fedora Update Notification
2011-11-25 01:31:08

Name        : glusterfs
Product     : Fedora 16
Version     : 3.2.5
Release     : 3.fc16
URL         : http://www.gluster.org//docs/index.php/GlusterFS
Summary     : Cluster File System
Description :
GlusterFS is a clustered file-system capable of scaling to several
petabytes. It aggregates various storage bricks over Infiniband RDMA
or TCP/IP interconnect into one large parallel network file
system. GlusterFS is one of the most sophisticated file systems in
terms of features and extensibility.  It borrows a powerful concept
called Translators from GNU Hurd kernel. Much of the code in GlusterFS
is in user space and easily manageable.

This package includes the glusterfs binary, the glusterfsd daemon and the
gluster command line, libglusterfs and glusterfs translator modules common to
both GlusterFS server and client framework.

Update Information:

add patch to libglusterfs/src/Makefile.* to reenable parallel build

* Wed Nov 23 2011 Kaleb S. KEITHLEY <kkeithle at redhat.com> - 3.2.5-3
- revised libglusterfs/src/Makefile.* to (re)enable parallel make
* Mon Nov 21 2011 Kaleb S. KEITHLEY <kkeithle at redhat.com> - 3.2.5-2
- rhel/epel, init.d for <=6, native systemd for 7
* Thu Nov 17 2011 Kaleb S. KEITHLEY <kkeithle at redhat.com> - 3.2.5-1
- Update to 3.2.5
* Wed Nov 16 2011 Kaleb S. KEITHLEY <kkeithle at redhat.com> - 3.2.4-3
- revised init.d/systemd to minimize fedora < 17
- get closer to the official glusterfs spec, including...
- add geo-replication, which should have been there since 3.2
* Wed Nov  2 2011 Kaleb S. KEITHLEY <kkeithle at redhat.com> - 3.2.4-2
- Convert init.d to systemd for f17 and later

  [ 1 ] Bug #756510 - can't use parallel make when building

This update can be installed with the "yum" update program.  Use 
su -c 'yum update glusterfs' at the command line.
For more information, refer to "Managing Software with yum",
available at http://docs.fedoraproject.org/yum/.

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