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Re: partman-zfs

Ok, I'm switching it to kfreebsd-any then.  Thank you.

2010/11/6 Philipp Kern <pkern@debian.org>:
> Hi,
> On Sat, Nov 06, 2010 at 12:35:28AM +0100, Robert Millan wrote:
>> I noticed these warnings in the PTS page for partman-zfs:
>> # partman-zfs/i386 unsatisfiable Depends: zfsutils-udeb (>= 8.1-4)
>> # partman-zfs/i386 unsatisfiable Depends: zfs-modules
>> Does this mean the Architecture field in partman-zfs should
>> be moved from "all" to "kfreebsd-any" ?
> britney does check arch:all instability only on i386, I'm afraid.
>> I intentionally used "all" because partman-ufs (which is
>> kfreebsd-specific) is set to "all" too, and so are the rest
>> of filesystems, most of which are linux-specific.
> partman-ufs's deps *are* satisfied on i386, due to ufs-modules being
> available.
>> No problem on my side with changing it, but I had this
>> feeling that making a script happy is the wrong reason.
>> I.e. if the reason is valid for partman-zfs, I guess it'd be
>> valid for partman-ufs and the rest.
> No, because partman-ufs is indeed also working on Linux.  Now you could,
> of course, argue that this might not be true for the hurd or another
> new kernel, but that's a thing we are ignoring in many more places at
> this point (i.e. Linux is still "special", and will be for quite some
> time).
> Kind regards,
> Philipp Kern
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Robert Millan

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