19 September, 2006

 

AFS Support for Mondo Rescue

I've finally uploaded mondo-2.09-3 packages which contain the changes to get Mondo Rescue working with AFS to fix #385790. I should have communicated better with Bruno because he has done some work in parallel on this. We have come largely to the same conclusions, though, which is always reassuring.

2.09-3 also has some more changes done in the post-nuke arena. I felt that because it is now an integral part of the Debian package it needed some more love. Changes are:
With these changes added, post-nuke behaviour is still not perfect but probably good enough for now. Hopefully, Bruno agrees and accepts the changes upstream.

Finally, I've managed to get hold of a VXA-1a tape streamer. It's IDE which sucks because Debian removed ide-scsi from the standard kernels a while back, so the vxaTool doesn't work (yes, I know how to compile kernels, but I like to run a standard environment so that I can pick up on and reproduce issues). Then again, it's just for testing anyway and I can report that I've successfully done test runs with Mondo Rescue using it.

Speaking of testing, mondo-2.09-3 was tested:
(mindi-2.09-2 which I uploaded a few days ago was basically tested the same.)

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