Package: ganeti-instance-debootstrap / 0.16-6.1
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|respect Linux capabilities 7 in cache.patch | (download)||
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[patch] respect linux capabilities(7) in cache The default GNU tar configuration does not carry fancy extended attributes and that is where, among other things, stuff like Linux capabilities(7) are stored. This is kind of important because that's how ping(8) works for regular users. We shove --selinux and --acls in there while we're at it, because why not. We never know what the future might bring, and it seems silly *not* to create a complete archive. Note that --xattrs-include='*' is important because, by default, GNU tar will not include capabilities /even/ if --xattrs is specified on the commandline, see this bug report for details: https://bugzilla.redhat.com/show_bug.cgi?id=771927
|fix sfdisk BLKRRPART.patch | (download)||
5 5 + 0 - 0 !
skip newer sfdisk's check using the blkrrpart ioctl Newer sfdisk versions (>= 2.26) issue a BLKRRPART ioctl to check if a device is in use prior to partitioning it. However, the BLKRRPART ioctl may fail for a number of other reasons, including when a device is allocated as non-partitionable using alloc_disk(1). Since DRBD and LVM devices are allocated as non-partionable, sfdisk will always think they're busy and fail. . Since we're dealing with DRBD and LVM devices mostly, we need to work our way around this and pass `--no-reread` if sfdisk supports it.