Package: ganeti-instance-debootstrap / 0.16-6
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|fix sfdisk BLKRRPART.patch | (download)||
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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.