cvs commit: src/sys/amd64/conf GENERIC src/sys/arm/conf
EP80219 src/sys/conf NOTES files files.powerpc options src/sys/geom
geom_apple.c geom_gpt.c src/sys/geom/part g_part.c g_part.h
g_part_apm.c g_part_gpt.c g_part_if.m src/sys/i386/conf GENERIC ...
Alexander at Leidinger.net
Thu Feb 8 08:43:54 UTC 2007
Quoting Marcel Moolenaar <xcllnt at mac.com> (from Wed, 7 Feb 2007
> On Feb 7, 2007, at 12:02 PM, Robert Watson wrote:
>> Does this mean we can expect to see the disabling of GEOM
>> exclusive-use protections disappear from normal administrative
>> activities soon, as there will now be approved channels to
>> incrementally change the layout of in-use partition tables?
> Yes, that's the idea. A tool will be developed first that uses
> these verbs (though I already have a regression test suite
> capable of creating and modifying APM and GPT partitions).
May I suggest to look at sade(1) for this purpose?
> After that the idea is to migrate other partitioning schemes
> and slicers into this framework. The end-result being a single
> tool for partitioning disks with any and all schemes supported
> by the framework and using the ctlreq mechanism to work on live
> Marcel Moolenaar
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