joeyh at debian.org
Thu Dec 29 00:29:48 UTC 2005
It's unacceptible to leave this bug open and wontfix. My main server
uses the 2.4 kernel and lvm; when this bug was brought to my attention
it was clear to me that since it's tracking unstable, the next time I
reboot it it will no longer be able to mount its lvm volumes. The fact
that debian unstable gets a system into this situation with no indication
of the problem is a horrific bug.
Conflict with the 2.4 kernel, add a postinst check for 2.4, add a
NEWS.Debian, add a debconf warning, but don't sit on your hands and
let users break their running systems!
see shy jo, removing lvm from all his systems in the meantime
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