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Bug#810853: RFS: moosefs/2.0.83-1 [ITP] -- fault tolerant, reliable, highly available, highly performing, scaling-out network distributed file system

On 18 Jan, 2016, at 8:35, Dmitry Smirnov <onlyjob@debian.org> wrote:

> On Mon, 18 Jan 2016 07:23:30 AM Jakub Kruszona-Zawadzki wrote:
>> On 15 Jan, 2016, at 15:10, Dmitry Smirnov <onlyjob@debian.org> wrote:
>>> I had a glimpse at the packaging in the source archive 3.0.69 and I think
>>> it needs much more work before it could be uploaded (let alone my
>>> objections against introducing MooseFS to Debian). There are too many
>>> issues to list...
>> Could you enlight me? 'debian' folder looks almost the same in MooseFS and
>> LizardFS. What issues are you talking about? Some examples?
> Please note that official Debian packaging is quite different from what you 
> can find in upstream repository. LizardFS team is not competent with 
> packaging and they barely touched it as far as I recall.
> Obvious way to improve packaging would be to address Lintian warnings, 
> introduce support for Systemd etc. Sorry I don't have time for in-depth 
> review and at the moment I have no intention to sponsor MooseFS...

ok. Thank you. We have systemd support. We have it in our "rpm" tree, but it is probably very easy to adapt it to "debian" subtree.

>> Believe me or not, but we are very open to change some things in MooseFS.
>> As you maybe know we change licence of open source version to GPL and made
>> it freely available, so we always try to adapt to community necessities.
> That is very nice indeed. Thank you.
> -- 
> Regards,
> Dmitry Smirnov.
> ---
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>        -- Winston Churchill

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