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Subject[ANNOUNCE] EVMS Release 0.9.1 (Beta)
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The EVMS team is announcing its second beta series release. Package 0.9.1 
of the Enterprise Volume Management System is now available for download at
the project web site:
http://www.sf.net/projects/evms

Highlights for version 0.9.1:

v0.9.1 - 2/15/02
- GUI
- New dialog help windows.
- Support for mkfs, unmkfs, fsck, and defrag operations as provided
by FSIMs.
- Better descriptions of selection lists.
- Display mount points in the Volumes view.
- Display a startup/splash window during engine discovery.
- Lots of UI cleanup and bug fixes.
- Text-mode UI
- Fixed support for adding/removing objects to/from containers.
- Now supports same command line options as the GUI.
- Segment Manager
- Recognizes BSD, Solaris-x86, and Unixware partitions in the engine.
- MD Plugin
- RAID 4/5 kernel support.
- Supports failover to spare disk or running in degraded mode.
- Limited testing so far - be gentle.
- RAID 4/5 creation and deletion.
- Hot add/remove support for RAID-1.
- AIX Plugin
- Complete region discovery in the engine.
- LVM Plugin
- Fixed some potential memory overwrite bugs in the engine.
- LVM Utilities
- Removed evms_pvcreate and evms_pvremove. No longer necessary to
explicitly create PVs before creating or expanding VGs, or to
explicitly remove PVs after removing or shrinking VGs.
- Kernel
- Improved support for removable and hot-pluggable media.
- Improved support for building EVMS as kernel modules.


Kevin Corry
corryk@us.ibm.com
Enterprise Volume Management System
http://www.sf.net/projects/evms
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