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SubjectRe: v2.6 vs v3.0
On Sun, 29 Sep 2002, Dave Jones wrote:

> Joe Thornber sent a patch removing LVM1, but LVM2 has yet to
> make an appearance in 2.5.x patchform afair. LVM is in one of
> those sneaky positions where they could theoretically cheat
> the feature freeze, as whats in the tree right now is fubar,
> and we need /something/ before going 2.6/3.0.

Is not EVMS ready for the show? Is Linux >=2.6 going to have LVM2 and
EVMS? Or just LVM2? I'm not aware of the current status, but I do recall
having seen EVMS stable announcements (but not sure about 2.5 status).

> It'd be nice to get /something/ in before the feature freeze so
> people can bang on this after halloween when we ramp up stability
> testing instead of waiting until the last minute.

Indeed.

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