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[TAF] templates://open-iscsi/{open-iscsi.templates}

The open-iscsi package introduced new or modified debconf
templates. This is often a good moment for a review to help the
package maintainer following the general suggested writing style and
track down typos and errors in the use of English language.

A bug report has been sent against the package: 797860

If someone wants to pick up this review, please answer to this mail,
in the mailing list, with an [ITR] (Intent To Review) label.

The templates file is attached.

To propose the file you reviewed for peer review, please send a [RFR]
(Request For Review) mail with the reviewed file attached...then a few
days later, when no more contributions come, a summary mail with a
[LCFC] (Last Chance For Comments) label.

These RFR and LCFC mails should CC the opened bug report.

Finally, after no more comments coming to the LCFC mail, you can send
the reviewed templates file in the bug report.

Then, please notify the list with a last mail using a [BTS] label
with the bug number.

Helping the package maintainer to deal with induced translation
updates at that moment will be nice. If you're not comfortable with
that part of the process, please hand it off to a translator.


Template: open-iscsi/remove_even_with_active_sessions
Type: boolean
_Description: Do you want to proceed with removing open-iscsi?
 There are currently active iSCSI sessions. If you remove open-iscsi
 now this may lead to data loss and/or hang your system at shutdown.
 If you do proceed, open-iscsi will try to unmount all filesystems on
 iSCSI and logout from current sessions. If that fails (because a
 filesystem is still in use), the kernel will keep open the current
 iSCSI sessions, but not perform any recovery in case there is an
 interruption of the network connection (or the target is rebooted
 If you really want to remove open-iscsi, it is advisable to abort here
 and to first stop open-iscsi:
   service open-iscsi stop
 If that did not clean up everything, manually umount all filesystems
 that are on iSCSI, manually dismantle the storage stack and only then
 logout from all iSCSI sessions:
   iscsiadm -m node --logoutall=all
 At that point, it should be safe to remove this package.

Template: open-iscsi/upgrade_even_with_failed_sessions
Type: boolean
_Description: Do you want to proceed with upgrading open-iscsi?
 There are currently failed iSCSI sessions. Upgrading open-iscsi MAY
 cause data loss.
 If you do not proceed, the preinstallation script will be aborted and
 you will have the option to manually recover the iSCSI sessions. (Note
 that aborting an upgrade is problematic if you are dist-upgrading your
 entire system.) You may also recover the iSCSI sessions manually while
 keeping this prompt open and then choose to proceed. Or you may choose
 to proceed directly, after which iscsid will be restarted and session
 recovery will be attempted once more.

Template: open-iscsi/upgrade_recovery_error
Type: note
_Description: iSCSI recovery error on upgrade
 iscsid was restarted, but couldn't recover all iSCSI sessions. This is
 bad and could lead to DATA LOSS. Please check your system and kernel
 logs to determine the cause of the issue.
 Please DO NOT acknowledge this note until you have fixed the problem
 from a separate login shell.

Template: open-iscsi/downgrade_and_break_system
Type: boolean
_Description: Do you really want to downgrade open-iscsi?
 You are trying to downgrade open-iscsi. Because of changes between the
 version you are downgrading to and the version currently installed,
 this downgrade WILL BREAK YOUR SYSTEM.
 If you really want to downgrade, please follow the following procedure
 instead: umount all iSCSI file systems, log out of all iSCSI sessions,
 back up /etc/iscsi, purge open-iscsi and reinstall the older version.
Source: open-iscsi
Section: net
Priority: optional
Maintainer: Debian iSCSI Maintainers <pkg-iscsi-maintainers@lists.alioth.debian.org>
Uploaders: Ritesh Raj Sarraf <rrs@debian.org>, Christian Seiler <christian@iwakd.de>
Build-Depends: debhelper (>= 9), bzip2, bison, flex, autotools-dev, dh-autoreconf, dh-exec, dpkg-dev (>= 1.16.1~), po-debconf, dh-systemd
Standards-Version: 3.9.6
Vcs-Git: git://anonscm.debian.org/pkg-iscsi/open-iscsi.git
Vcs-Browser: http://anonscm.debian.org/gitweb/?p=pkg-iscsi/open-iscsi.git
Homepage: http://www.open-iscsi.org/

Package: open-iscsi
Architecture: any
Depends: ${shlibs:Depends}, ${misc:Depends}, udev
Pre-Depends: debconf | debconf-2.0
Description: High performance, transport independent iSCSI implementation
 Open-iSCSI is a high-performance, transport independent, multi-platform
 implementation of RFC3720 iSCSI
 Open-iSCSI is partitioned into user and kernel parts where the kernel
 portion implements iSCSI data path (i.e. iSCSI Read and iSCSI Write)
 The userspace contains the entire control plane consisting of:
  * Configuration Manager
  * iSCSI Discovery, Login and Logout processing
  * Connection level error processing
  * Nop-In and Nop-Out handling
  * Text processing, iSNS, SLP, Radius et cetera (future)
 The userspace component consists of a daemon, iscsid and a management
 utility, iscsiadm

Package: open-iscsi-udeb
# Note: the (virtual) udeb package scsi-modules (provided by different
#       linux kernel udebs) must exist for these architectures - so
#       check that before adding them to this list; the other
#       scsi-(core|common|...)-modules are NOT sufficient!
Architecture: amd64 arm64 i386 ia64 mips mipsel powerpc s390x ppc64el ppc64 armhf
Section: debian-installer
Package-Type: udeb
Depends: ${shlibs:Depends}, ${misc:Depends}, scsi-modules, libnss-files-udeb
Description: Configure iSCSI
 Open-iSCSI is a high-performance, transport independent, multi-platform
 implementation of RFC3720 iSCSI.
 This is the minimal package (udeb) used by debian-installer.

#Package: linux-iscsi-modules-source
#Architecture: all
#Depends: ${shlibs:Depends}, ${misc:Depends}, module-assistant, debhelper (>= 4.0.0), bzip2
#Description: Source Code for the Linux iSCSI Kernel Modules
# Along with make-kpkg, this package maybe used to build a linux-iscsi-modules 
# package for a kernel-image package.

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