Bug#599203: os-prober: Causes Data Corruption on a SAN setup; Mounts SAN volumes that are already mounted on a different host.
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- Subject: Bug#599203: os-prober: Causes Data Corruption on a SAN setup; Mounts SAN volumes that are already mounted on a different host.
- From: Aleksandr Levchuk <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Date: Fri, 5 Nov 2010 13:22:45 -0700
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Dear Debian Development Community,
What is current status of my bug report of the os-prober related data
On Mon, Oct 18, 2010 at 10:08 PM, Christian PERRIER
> Quoting Aleksandr Levchuk (firstname.lastname@example.org):
>> Dear Christian,
>> So will this bug be raised to RC severity?
> My previous comment still stands. I'd like people more involved in
> grub to comment.
>> >> Sigh. From what I've witnessed over the years, os-prober has always
>> >> been designed as a component of Debian Installer, used to properly
>> >> setup boot loaders' menus at install time.
>> >> Apparently, recent evolutions turned it to be installed on running
>> >> systems *because* grub recommends it.
>> > well, Colin Watson is about to say that he disagrees with that
>> > analysis..:-)
>> > Let's have him elaborate...