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    SubjectRe: "Enhanced" MD code avaible for review
    On Fri, 26 Mar 2004 13:19:28 -0600 Kevin Corry wrote:

    | On Thursday 25 March 2004 4:04 pm, Lars Marowsky-Bree wrote:
    | > On 2004-03-25T13:42:12,
    | >
    | > Jeff Garzik <jgarzik@pobox.com> said:
    | > > >and -5). And we've talked for a long time about wanting to port RAID-1
    | > > > and RAID-5 (and now RAID-6) to Device-Mapper targets, but we haven't
    | > > > started on any such work, or even had any significant discussions about
    | > > > *how* to do it. I can't
    | > >
    | > > let's have that discussion :)
    | >
    | > Nice 2.7 material, and parts I've always wanted to work on. (Including
    | > making the entire partition scanning user-space on top of DM too.)
    |
    | Couldn't agree more. Whether using EVMS or kpartx or some other tool, I think
    | we've already proved this is possible. We really only need to work on making
    | early-userspace a little easier to use.
    |
    | > KS material?
    |
    | Sounds good to me.

    Ditto.

    I didn't see much conclusion to this thread, other than Neil's
    good suggestions. (maybe on some other list that I don't read?)

    I wouldn't want this or any other projects to have to wait for the
    kernel summit. Email has worked well for many years...let's
    try to keep it working. :)

    --
    ~Randy
    "You can't do anything without having to do something else first."
    -- Belefant's Law
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