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CentOS 7 - Updates for x86_64: system environment/base: system-storage-manager

system-storage-manager - A single tool to manage your storage

Website: http://storagemanager.sf.net
License: GPLv2+
Vendor: CentOS
Description:
System Storage Manager provides an easy to use command line interface to manage
your storage using various technologies like lvm, btrfs, encrypted volumes and
more.

In more sophisticated enterprise storage environments, management with Device
Mapper (dm), Logical Volume Manager (LVM), or Multiple Devices (md) is becoming
increasingly more difficult.  With file systems added to the mix, the number of
tools needed to configure and manage storage has grown so large that it is
simply not user friendly.  With so many options for a system administrator to
consider, the opportunity for errors and problems is large.

The btrfs administration tools have shown us that storage management can be
simplified, and we are working to bring that ease of use to Linux file systems
in general.

You should install the ssm if you need to manage your storage with various
technologies via a single unified interface.

Packages

system-storage-manager-0.4-8.el7.noarch [114 KiB] Changelog by Lukas Czerner (2018-06-22):
- Fix error on ssm list when vg is exported (#1321236)
- Fix btrfs test and tests in general
system-storage-manager-0.4-7.el7.noarch [114 KiB] Changelog by Lukas Czerner (2016-07-21):
- Fix leaked descriptor on lvm invocation
- Disallow resizing encrypted volumes
system-storage-manager-0.4-5.el7.noarch [105 KiB] Changelog by Lukas Czerner (2014-03-04):
- Fix some "device or resource busy" failures in ssm test suite (#1071881)

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