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From 01/16/2009 to 02/14/2009

01/23/2009

avatar 06:40 PM Feature #18: Machine-friendly output
Let's discuss what's bad with current machine-readable output formats? We're using tab-separated, which is almost the same as CSV for parsing purposes. If your task is automatic filesystem creation - let's see what tools do you plan to use for it?... Mikhail Yakshin
avatar 06:32 PM Feature #16: More user friendly Einarc CLI
Andras Horvath wrote: > or add a parameter --all-adapters or somesuch. It would be good for generic scripts, when one has no idea what adapter(s) are in a machine. In fact, it could be easily implemented in shell. @einarc -l@ outputs a list of... Mikhail Yakshin
avatar 06:11 PM Feature #18: Machine-friendly output
Add an option to produce truly machine-friendly output * for listing RAID setup details (e.g. for automated filesystem creation.) * optimally, the same format could be used as input as well (say automated RAID creation, verification, settings ch... Andras Horvath
avatar 06:08 PM Feature #16: More user friendly Einarc CLI
Mikhail Yakshin wrote: > * Make intelligent automatic guess for @--adapter@: if there are no @--adapter@ specified and there is a single adapter in a system, use this one. or add a parameter --all-adapters or somesuch. It would be good for gen... Andras Horvath
avatar 05:19 AM Feature #16: More user friendly Einarc CLI
* Make intelligent automatic guess for @--adapter@: if there are no @--adapter@ specified and there is a single adapter in a system, use this one. * If einarc is called from interactive shell, use humanize automatically. * Sort output of @adapte... Mikhail Yakshin
avatar 05:01 AM Feature #15: Log files creation
Some proprietary utilities we're using are eager to create various log/debug info files on every call. Given that they (and einarc) are usually used by root, they usually succeed, making whole filesystem a trashpile with various log/debug files. ... Mikhail Yakshin
avatar 04:50 AM Feature #11 (Closed): Einarc: make autoguessing in einarc-install
Implemented, seems to work in most cases. Needs more testing. Mikhail Yakshin
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