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Tue Nov 22 07:05:55 UTC 2016 - ecsos@opensuse.org

- Version upgrade to 1.19
  A detailed list can be found in the rear-release-notes.txt file.
  Changes include (excerpt):
  * Save bootloader info from POWER architecture and rebuild initrd 
    after migration (issues #1029, #1031)
  * Improved documentation and man page in general (issues #918,
    #930, #1004, #1007, #1008)
  * New SLE12-SP2-btrfs-example.conf file because since SLES12-SP2 
    btrfs quota setup for snapper via "snapper setup-quota" is 
    needed (issue #999)
  * Simplified reboot halt poweroff and shutdown in the 
    rescue/recovery system in case of systemd (issue #953)
  * If TSM parameters contain a dot, the dot is replaced by an 
    underscore in the TSM_SYS variable names (issue #985 and #986)
  * Check if /dev/disk/by-label/RELAXRECOVER exist 
    (issue #979 and #326)
  * Added PRE_BACKUP_SCRIPT and POST_BACKUP_SCRIPT to be able to 
    do custom tasks in the mkbackup/mkbackuponly workflows 
    (issue #977)
  * Make TMPDIR work in compliance with Unix standards (issue #969)
  * USE_STATIC_NETWORKING now really overrides USE_DHCLIENT 
    (issue #964)
  * Make it safe against wrong btrfs subvolumes on SLES12 
   (issue #963, #966)
  * Encrypted incremental backup cannot read the tar label 
    (issue #952)
  * Introduction of the NETWORKING_PREPARATION_COMMANDS variable 
    to prepare network setup in the rescue/recovery system 
    (issue #960)
  * After migration fs_uuid for root partition wasn't changed in 
    ELILO config file /etc/elilo.conf (issue #956)
  * Clarified rear man page and default.conf file around 
    BACKUP_URL=rsync: (issues #930 and #918)
  * Make "rear recover" work with default btrfs on SLES12-SP2 
    (issue #944)
  * Dropped GRUB_SUPERUSER and GRUB_RESCUE_PASSWORD to avoid that 
    GRUB_RESCUE could change the behaviour of the GRUB2 bootloader 
    in the currently running system in unexpected ways. With the 
    new optional GRUB_RESCUE_USER setting GRUB_RESCUE works in 
    compliance with the existing GRUB2 configuration 
    (issues #938, #942)
  * Bail out if not enough disk space for GRUB and GRUB2 rescue
    image (issue #913)
  * Use BACKUP_PROG_COMPRESS_OPTIONS as an array so that one can 
    use it to provide more complex values (issue #904)
  * Add /usr/lib/syslinux/bios to the search path for mbr.bin 
    (issue #908)
  * Always load modules in /etc/modules (issue #905)
  * Ask user for EFI partition size on USB disk (issue #849)
  * Insure /etc/rear/mappings directory exists before doing a 
    recovery (issue #861)
  * First steps for rescue/recovery system update support via
    RECOVERY_UPDATE_URL (issue #841)
  * NFS mount points are not recreated after a recover (issue #818)
  * Correcting rear return code handling in auto recover mode 
    (issue #893)
  * Added NFSv4 support for security 'sys' only so far (issue #754)
  * Changed the usage of 'rpcinfo -p' a bit to have the same 
    outcome of different Linux flavours (issue #889)
  * RSYNC: /boot/efi needs -relative rsync option (issue #871)
  * New variables added for Bareos: BAREOS_RESTORE_JOB and 
  * Multipath partition not found in rhel7.2 (issue #875)
  * Adding support for ppc64le PowerNV (non-virtualized aka 
    Bare-Metal) (issue #863)
  * First steps to support new ftpfs BACKUP_URL scheme 
    (issue #845)
  * Clean up 'url_host()' (issue #856)
  * Fix that libaio (needed for multipath) could be missing in 
    rescue/recovery system because libaio can be located in 
    different directories (issue #852)
  * Improved the Relax-and-Recover menu for GRUB2 
    (issues #844, #849, #850)
  * Check for valid BACKUP_URL schemes (issue #842)
  * USB UEFI boot support (issue #831)
  * Mitigate the problem that btrfs subvolums are not restored by 
    default via TSM (issue #833)
  * Determine EFI virtual disk size automatically (issue #816)
  * ebiso image size is too small if BACKUP=TSM (issue #811)
  * Improving the logics around ebiso usage in UEFI mode 
    (issue #801)
  * Fix for wrong UUID in initrd for bootfs (issues #649 and #851)

Tue Mar 22 10:36:19 CET 2016 - jsmeix@suse.de

- Version upgrade to 1.18
  A detailed list can be found in the rear-release-notes.txt file.
  Changes include (excerpt):
  * Support was added for NVME SSD type of disk devices
    (issue #787)
  * Script 99_sysreqs.sh was added to save the minimal system
    requirements necessary for cloning a system in a remote DRP
    data center (issue #798)
  * New 99_move_away_restored_files.sh to remove restored files
    after recover (issue #799) New array was introduced to make
  * Add example configuration for NetBackup Master/Media server
  * Added backup capabilities; getcap and setcap are used
    to backup and restore (issue #771)
  * Added support for new backup method Novastor NovaBACKUP DC
    (+BACKUP=NBKDC+) (issue #669)
  * Code was improved to have network teaming support (issue #655)
  * Example configuration to put backup and rescue image
    on same ISO image, eg. DVD (issue #430)
  * /mnt/local became a global variable TARGET_FS_ROOT (issue #708)
  * Copy rear.log from recovery into /var/log/rear/recovery/
    directory after "rear recover" (issue #706)
  * wipefs will be used when available (issue #649)
  * SAN related improvements with btrfs (issue #695)
  * Support for shim.efi (UEFI booting) added (issue #702)
  * Added support for elilo (used by SLES 11/12)
    (issue #583, #691, #692, #693)
  * Bareos team added BAREOS_FILESET and ISO_DEFAULT to
    default.conf (for automated DR tests executed by
    Bareos team; issue #686, #719)
  * New SLE11-SLE12-SAP-HANA-UEFI-example.conf (issue #683)
  * usr/share/rear/conf/examples/SLE12-SP1-btrfs-example.conf
    added as an example configuration file
  * Added support for the SUSE specific gpt_sync_mbr partitioning
    scheme (issue #544)
  * Improved btrfs snapshot support with SLES 12 (issue #556)
  * Unload scsi_debug driver in recovery mode (issue #626)
  * Saved the current mount points and permissions;
    in order to improve and avoid missing mount points
    after recovery (issue #619)
  * grub support for ppc64 (issue #673)
  * grub2 supported was added for ppc64 (issue #672)
  * ppc64le support was added into the rear.spec (issue #665)
  * Network code partially rewritten to improve teaming
    (issue #662)
  * Changed default value of USE_CFG2HTML from 1 to empty
    (means do not run cfg2html by default) (issue #643)
  * Move the 50_selinux_autorelabel.sh script to the default
    location so it gets picked up by all backup methods.
    This was required for RHEL 7 (issue #650)
  * Check via NSR if the ISO image is not obsolete (issue #653)
  * Added ebiso support within rear (required for UEFI booting
    with SLES 11 & 12 (issue #657)
  * FDR/Upstream (BACKUP=FDRUPSTREAM) (NEW!) (issue #659)
- SLE11-ext3-example.conf, SLE12-SP1-btrfs-example.conf,
  and SLE12-btrfs-example.conf are now provided in the
  upstream sources.
- SLE12-SP1-btrfs.patch and rear1172a-gpt_sync_mbr.patch
  are obsolete because it is now implemented in the upstream

Tue Nov  3 15:00:49 CET 2015 - jsmeix@suse.de

- Create a separate directory /usr/share/rear/conf/examples/ for
  example config files, see https://github.com/rear/rear/pull/681
  and install the SUSE example config files there - i.e.:

Wed Oct 28 15:27:59 CET 2015 - jsmeix@suse.de

- rear1172a-gpt_sync_mbr.patch adds support for the
  SUSE specific gpt_sync_mbr partitioning
  see https://github.com/rear/rear/issues/544

Fri Oct 16 13:02:44 CEST 2015 - jsmeix@suse.de

- Enhanced SLE12-SP1-btrfs.patch so that for mounted btrfs
  subvolumes that have the 'no copy on write' attribute set
  those btrfs subvolumes are recreated with that attribute set
  (by using 'chattr' on the btrfs subvolume directory),
  see https://github.com/rear/rear/issues/556
  (bsc#946006 fate#318701).
- Enhanced SLE12-SP1-btrfs-example.conf so that also lsattr is
  in the recovery system (useful but not strictly required).

Thu Oct  8 11:04:18 CEST 2015 - jsmeix@suse.de

- Version 1.17.2.a is rear 1.17.2 with SLE12-SP1-btrfs.patch that
  makes it work specifically for the default btrfs structure
  in SLE12-SP1, see https://github.com/rear/rear/issues/556
  (bsc#946006 fate#318701).
- SLE12-SP1-btrfs-example.conf is an example for SLE12-SP1
  with default btrfs subvolumes that gets installed
  as /usr/share/rear/conf/SLE12-SP1-btrfs-example.conf
- Warning for users who upgrade Relax-and-Recover (rear):
  Users who already use it must re-validate that their
  particular disaster recovery procedure still works.
  See in particular "Version upgrades" at
  Automatic version upgrades are not possible in practice.
  The user must explicitly specify his intended rear version.
  For one product like SLE11 or SLE12 we provide several versions
  in parallel so that users where version N does not support their
  particular needs can upgrade to version M but on the other hand
  users who have a working disaster recovery procedure with
  version N do not need to upgrade. Therefore the package name
  contains the version and all packages conflict with each other
  to avoid that an installed version gets accidentally
  replaced with another version.

Mon Sep  7 12:42:05 CEST 2015 - jsmeix@suse.de

- Update to version 1.17.2
  * Fixed the NTP startup script (issue #641)
  * Fixed the vfat label issue (issue #647)
  * Improved the DUPLICITY method with finding all required
    libraries and python scripts
  * Added the /run directory to the list of recreating missing
    directories (issue #619)
  * Fix issue with USB disk and rsync as internal backup
    program (issue #645)
  * Fix rsync restore: -anchored invalid rsync option (issue #642)
  * A new variable was introduced NSR_POOLNAME (issue #640)
  * Replaced almost all temporary files from /tmp/ to $TMP_DIR/
    (issue #607)
    Related to security recommendations for Fedora and RHEL:
    https://bugzilla.redhat.com/show_bug.cgi?id=1239009 (f22)
    https://bugzilla.redhat.com/show_bug.cgi?id=1238843 (rhel 7.2)
  * In script 27_hpraid_layout.sh added the missing
    array (issue #630)
  * Syslinux version > 5.00 is now supported (ISO and USB output)
    works on Debian 8, Ubuntu 15.04 (issue #624)
  * Bail out when syslinux/modules are not found in lib/
    bootloader-functions.sh (issues #467 and #596)
    You could also define a variable SYSLINUX_MODULES_DIR if rear
    cannot find it automatically (should not be necessary)
  * Support was added for SLES11 on PPC64 hardware
    (issues #616 and #628)
  * Support was added for new hardware - PPC64LE - RHEL
    and Ubuntu (issue # 627)
  * FIX the hashed password (SSH_ROOT_PASSWORD variable) and
    added a missing library libfreeblpriv3 (issue #560)
  * Insert a 3 seconds sleep after a volume group restauration
    to give udevd or systemd-udevd time to create needed devices
    (issue #608 and #617)
  * Variable MANUAL_INCLUDE=YES has been introduced to work with
    array BACKUP_PROG_INCLUDE (issue #597)
  * Add new variable NSR_DEFAULT_POOL_NAME (defaulting to Default)
    to use a different default pool name.
    Renamed the RETENTION_TIME variable to NSR_RETENTION_TIME
    (issue #640)
  * new document 10-integrating-external-backup.adoc which
    explains the steps to take for a new backup integration
    into rear
  * All AsciiDoc documentation changed extention
    from .txt to .adoc
- Known restrictions on openSUSE and SUSE Linux Enterprise
  (in general see https://en.opensuse.org/SDB:Disaster_Recovery):
  * rear 1.17.2 will not work with default btrfs on SLES12-SP1
    because support for btrfs in rear explicitly excludes
    snapshot subvolumes but on SLES12-SP1 what is mounted
    at '/' will be a btrfs snapshot subvolume (issue #556)
  * rear 1.17.2 does not work with UEFI because of various
    different reasons (issues #588 #585 #583 #229 #214)
  * rear does not support partitions of type 'gpt_sync_mbr'
    aka. 'hybrid (synced) MBR' (issue #544)

Thu Sep  3 15:55:49 CEST 2015 - jsmeix@suse.de

- Use "ExclusiveArch: %ix86 x86_64 ppc ppc64 ppc64le" instead
  of "BuildArch: noarch" in the spec file.
  rear contains only bash scripts plus documentation so that
  on first glance it could be "BuildArch: noarch" but actually
  it is not "noarch" because it only works on those architectures
  that are explicitly supported. Of course the rear bash scripts
  can be installed on any architecture just as any binaries can be
  installed on any architecture. But the meaning of architecture
  dependent packages should be on what architectures they will
  work. Therefore only those architectures that are actually
  supported are explicitly listed. This avoids that rear can
  be "just installed" on architectures that are actually
  not supported (e.g. ARM or IBM z Systems).
  Furthermore for some architectures it requires architecture
  dependent packages (like syslinux for x86 and x86_64)
  so that rear must be architecture dependent.
  See the GitHub issue https://github.com/rear/rear/issues/629

Tue Jun 30 13:57:05 CEST 2015 - jsmeix@suse.de

- Update to version 1.17.1
  * Removed the plain password in the logs (and output) coming
    from BACKUP_PROG_CRYPT_KEY to avoid crib (issue #568)
  * Mount vfat file system without special mount options
    seems to work much better then with these options in recovery
    mode, therefore, we do not use these anymore (especially
    for /boot/efi) (issue #576)
  * Elilo support has been added for SLES
    (not fully tested yet) - issue #583
  * Grub2 rescue menu has been added (enable this feature
    with GRUB_RESCUE=y) - issue #589
  * splitted script 31_include_uefi_tools.sh in two pieces:
    31_include_uefi_tools.sh: to grab the UEFI tools (as long
    as /boot/efi is mounted), and 32_include_uefi_env.sh: to dig
    deeper into the configuration when UEFI is active
    (related to issue #214). This is necessary to have to UEFI
    tools on SLES 11/12 where we cannot create an UEFI bootable
    ISO image. We must boot in BIOS mode, and need the UEFI tools
    to make the system bootable over UEFI.
  * It is now possible to format an USB disk with a vfat and ext3
    partition (for UEFI booting) - issue #593
      rear -v format -- --efi /dev/<usbdevice>
    However, UEFI booting from an USB disk has not been
    implemented yet (sponsoring?).
  * Simplified the code for ext* fs and added StopIfError calls
    to prevent divide by zero during recovery (issue #598)
  * Syslinux version >6 requires some special handling due to
    splitting up the package (Ubuntu 15.04) (issue #584)
  * Debian 8 support added with ISO booting with latest syslinux
    release as well (issues #596, #599 and #600)
  * Changed the behavior of SSH_ROOT_PASSWORD - now saved as MD5
    hash password, but backwards compatibility is still respected
    (issue #560)
  * For EMC NetWorker server/client we added some exclude items
    to COPY_AS_IS_EXCLUDE_NSR (issue #571)
  * Removed the Warning message from main rear script as it was
    misleading (issues #563 and #564)
  * output/ISO/Linux-i386/80_create_isofs.sh: make sure
    ISO_FILES[@] are copied to isofs directory (issue #569)
- SLE11-ext3-example.conf is an example for SLE11
  with default ext3 filesystem that gets installed as
- SLE12-btrfs-example.conf is an example for SLE12
  with default btrfs subvolumes that gets installed
  as /usr/share/rear/conf/SLE12-btrfs-example.conf
- Have config(noreplace) also for all files in /usr/share/rear/
  to avoid that RPM package update overwrites user edited files
  because Relax-and-Recover (rear) is meant to be adapted and
  enhanced by the user according to his particular needs
  (see http://en.opensuse.org/SDB:Disaster_Recovery).
- Added rear-rpmlintrc to filter the following false positives
  rpmlint warning messages:
  * non-etc-or-var-file-marked-as-conffile
    because config(noreplace) is intentionally for all files
    in /usr/share/rear/ (see above)
  * systemd-service-without-service_del_preun
    because the systemd unit files in /usr/share/rear/skel/
    are not meant to be used in the running system.
    They are used to build the rear recovery system ISO image.

Sun Mar 15 19:42:07 UTC 2015 - p.drouand@gmail.com

- Update to version 1.17.0
  * rear 1.17 introduced a new stage directory (init) which
    is called before any workflow. Can be used for extra
    initialization code, custom configurations and other stuff
    that should happen each time that ReaR is used (was added
    especially for DRLM as plugin for their DRLM variables)
    (issue #557)
  * RHEL 5 could not mount NFS share as portmap daemon was not
    started yet. Reason was that script
    was executed after the mount test instead of before.
    (issue #547)
  * RHEL 6 on PPC64 architecture has problems with seclabel mount
    option. There was a fix which cuts the seclabel mount option
    (as rear is by default not using SELinux) (issue #545)
  * Disaster Recovery Linux Manager (DRLM) is a new Open Source
    project to centrally manage Disaster Recovery for Linux.
    ReaR 1.17 adds support for DRLM with a new configuration
    option DRLM_MANAGED=y (issue #522)
  * Adding /etc/crypto-policies/ when openssl is requested
    (prep/NETFS/default/09_check_encrypted_backup.sh) - required
    for https://bugzilla.redhat.com/show_bug.cgi?id=1179239
    (issue #523)
  * Introduced USING_UEFI_BOOTLOADER in default.conf file and
    modified all the involved scripts to follow the logic
    (issue #214)
  * Archicture PPC64 has been enhanced (partition recognition
    issue #536, console #537)
  * TSM restore filespace has been enhanced (issue #535)
  * Correct the usage of set -e and StopIfError function
    (issue #534, #541)
  * With BACKUP_TYPE=incremental disable variable
    NETFS_KEEP_OLD_BACKUP_COPY (mutual exclusive with this mode)
    (issue #143)
  * Increased to start variable from 32768 to 2097152 in script
    10_include_partition_code.sh (issue #492)
  * Adding /run/resolvconf/resolv.conf (Ubuntu) to rear image
    when found (issue #520)
  * When using /etc/rear/mappings/ip_addresses IPADDR/cidr
    must be translated into IPADDR and NETMASK (for RHEL 5 and 6)
    (issue #460)
  * mdadm layout code was changed in RHEL 7; code to deal with it
    (issue #518)
  * Adding missing driver xhci_hcd to GNU/Linux.conf (issue #519)
  * Adding findmnt command to GNU/Linux.conf file; request
    from https://bugzilla.opensuse.org/show_bug.cgi?id=908854
  * BTRFS code has been rewritten by J. Meixner to get
    SUSE rear116 fork back into our master tree of rear. BTRFS is
    now properly recreated on Fedora 20 and 21 and on SLES 12 and
    openSUSE 13 (issue #233, #497, #538) See also
  * Enhanced the systemd start-up of udev daemons which is
    different on Fedora 20 and 21 (issue #507, #531)
  * BACKUP_PROG_OPTIONS="anchored" became a default option
    in default.conf (issue #475)
  * Fixed an issue with auto-detection of the client name
    in BAREOS (issue #542)
  * Ubuntu 14.04 did not detect /dev/sda automatically - added
    upstart script 99-makedev.sh to create missing block devices
    like sda (issue #446)
  * New script
    added as work-around. Sometimes we might see the HP Smart
    Storage Array disk listed as a multipath device. Most likely
    this device was not blacklisted in the blacklist section of
    the /etc/multipath.conf file (do not forget to rebuilt the
    initial ramdisk after this) e.g.
    falsempathdev=$( multipath -l | grep "HP,LOGICAL" | awk '{print $1}' )
    # mpatha
  * Added a systemd service script for SEP Sesam to start sesam
    client automatically (issue #498)
  * Disk Layout Generation with HP SmartArray with more than
    one Logical Drive correction introduced by issue #208
    (issue #455)
  * OUTPUT_URL=null was added to avoid 2 ISO images on the local
    system (issue #501, #419)
  * Fix drbd restore code so it can handle multiple volumes in
    single resource (issue #495)
  * Function get_device_name was enhanced to properly translate
    /dev/vg/lv to /dev/mapper/vg-lv (issue #494)
  * Fixed the "lvm wait yes" problem (issue #493)
  * Device name conflict when grep disklayout file without proper
    space (issue #491)
  * Several fixes with mdadm code
    (issue #480, #489, #490, #508, #539)
  * Several fixes in the 10_include_partition_code.sh script
    (issue #487, #492)
  * Being a bit more careful when deleting the outputfs directory
    when rear finishes (issue #465)
  * Add a new config option USE_STATIC_NETWORKING (issue #488)
  * Resolving library search with duply (issue #482)
  * Improved the RPM package build for SLES, removed
    the lsb requirement (issue #479)
  * Integrated the patch skip_sysconfig_kernel_if_not_exist.diff
    from SUSE (issue #477)
  * Debian 7 reference to grub.conf was corrected (issue #473)
  * Debian packing was improved (issue #474, #484)
  * Commercial backup solution Galaxy 10 support added to rear
    (issue #471)
    Also, point in time recovery was implemented (issue #472)
  * Fixed the error "unary operator expected with BACKUP_TYPE"
    (issue #422)
  * lvm release 2.02.72 had already the knowledge
    of norestorefile (issue #462)
  * Add prefix $OUTPUT_PREFIX to all PXE related files
    (issue #464)
  * 55-migrate-network-devices.sh: fixed type with /sys/class/net
    (issue #459)
  * Removed Get_Start_Date function with Netbackup because
    (depending on backup strategy) it led to partial restore
    only (issue #456)
  * 26_crypt_layout.sh: fixed issue when cypher contains :
    (issue #425)
  * 55-migrate-network-devices.sh: rebuild the array instead
    of unset (issue #452)
  * skel/default/etc/scripts/system-setup : change uname -n
    by $HOSTNAME to avoid short/long hostname problems
    (issue #439)
  * Added a mkdir for $VAR_DIR/output if dir does not exist
    (issue #440)
  * 95_check_missing_programs.sh to find REQUIRED_PROGS before
    proceeding (issue #418)
  * Added a fix for autorizing and recognizong the boot flag
    in the partition (issue #443)
  * udev showing error message during startup (issue #442)
  * Prevent "ntpd -q" from waiting forever if, for example,
    no network is available, by killing it after 10 seconds
    (issue #438)
  * Several improvements around duply and duplicity
    [Debian related] (issues #426, #478)
  * 95_copy_result_files.sh uses now [*] instead of [@] with
    array (issue #431)
  * New variable introduced for TSM in default.conf file
    called LANG_RECOVER (issue #424)
  * Added Pre check script for removing older releases first
    during upgrade (RPM - issue #361)
  * Prevent udev rule rewrites if systemd-udevd is running
    issue #405
  * Fix "Networker backup fails if pool name contains spaces"
    (issue #427 and #429)
  * Fix the "More than 128 partitions is not supported" problem
    (issue #373 and #428) during recreating the partition layout
  * A new configuration option, USE_STATIC_NETWORKING=y, will
    cause statically configured network settings to be applied
    even when USE_DHCLIENT is in effect (issue #447).
- Remove rear-release-notes.txt-1.16; rear-release-notes.txt has
  been updated
- Remove traditional_style_for_bash_3.diff; merged on upstream

Tue May 13 12:28:52 CEST 2014 - jsmeix@suse.de

- Provide also the other documentation ("make install" only
  installs the man page).

Fri May  9 14:48:24 CEST 2014 - jsmeix@suse.de

- Version upgrade to 1.16 from upstream (fate#316508)
  that has in particular VLAN tagging support (fate#317032).
  For details see the rear-release-notes.txt file.
  Warning for users who upgrade Relax-and-Recover (rear):
  Users who already use it must re-validate that their
  particular disaster recovery procedure still works.
  See in particular "Version upgrades" at
- bug-859436_40_restore_with_tsm.sh.diff is obsolete
  because the issue is fixed in the uptream sources.
- rear-release-notes.txt-1.16 replaces the outdated
  doc/rear-release-notes.txt from rear-1.16.tar.gz.
- traditional_style_for_bash_3.diff replaces bash 4.x syntax
  with traditional style for bash 3.x if bash 3.x is used
  (i.e. up to openSUSE:11.1 and SLE11 where we have bash 3.x)
  where the test in the build environment assumes that the
  same bash major version is also used by the end-user in his
  runtime environment but even if the end-user had upgraded
  his bash it should not matter because bash 3.x syntax
  should also work for bash 4.x.
- Added an explicit os.conf to not depend on LSB dependencies
  to avoid calling "lsb_release" in config-functions.sh
  that might result inconsistent values (bnc#877042).

Fri Feb  7 17:23:08 CET 2014 - jsmeix@suse.de

- Added "Requires: lsb-release" because rear calls "lsb_release"
  in /usr/share/rear/lib/config-functions.sh (bnc#861871).

Fri Feb  7 12:08:12 CET 2014 - jsmeix@suse.de

- Cleanup of the LSB RPM requirements (bnc#861871):
  Replaced "Requires: lsb" by explicitly requiring
  only those RPM packages that are mandatory for rear
  (in particular when a binary is called in a script)
  because "Requires: lsb" would require much too much,
  see https://bugzilla.novell.com/show_bug.cgi?id=807747#c4
  "A distribution is LSB Certified or LSB compliant if and only if
   the distribution provides all requirements as outlined in the
  Accordingly the lsb RPM requires tons of stuff that is not
  needed by rear (in particular various graphical libraries,
  sound stuff, printing stuff, and so on).
- Replaced rear-1.15.tar.gz with the current one from upstream at
  that contains exactly same files but the tarball differs
  (probably it was re-packed at upstream) and that causes
  failures of our automated factory-auto check scripts like:
  "download_files is configured to fail when the upstream file
   is different then the committed file".

Wed Jan 22 13:00:39 CET 2014 - jsmeix@suse.de

- Version upgrade to 1.15 from upstream (fate#316508).
  For details see the rear-release-notes.txt file.
- bug-859436_40_restore_with_tsm.sh.diff fixes recovery
  with TSM (Tivoli Storage Manager) since version 6.4 that
  results in an error message "ANS1102E" as fixed upstream
  in https://github.com/rear/rear/issues/356 (bnc#859436).
- Warning for users who upgrade from rear 1.10.0
  (e.g. when upgrading from SUSE Linux Enterprise 11):
  Rear 1.15 has many new features and fundamental changes.
  In particular the filesystem creation is totally different
  (via the so called "layout workflow" instead of the old
  "dr workflow" that has been removed in rear 1.14).
  Users who already use rear must completely re-validate that
  their particular disaster recovery procedure still works.
  See in particular "Version upgrades" at

Wed Jun 12 08:30:00 UTC 2013 - werner@suse.com

- Require /usr/bin/mkisofs instead of mkisofs
- The default getty is agetty now

Wed Jun  5 16:16:09 UTC 2013 - jengelh@inai.de

- Require mkisofs instead of genisoimage, as we plan to switch to
  it. (rear works both /usr/bin/mkisofs and /usr/bin/genisoimage)
- Avoid UUOC: better deletion strategy for gitignore

Sun Feb 10 11:31:02 UTC 2013 - p.drouand@gmail.com

- updated to rear 1.14 from upstream
  * see rear-release-notes.txt for more informations
- clean and rebase specfile
- remove debian files
- don't include manfiles and makefile in documentation

Sun Feb 20 19:04:45 UTC 2011 - schlomo.schapiro@novell.com

- updated to rear 1.10.0 from upstream
  * remove symlinks that conflict with directories to resolve
    RPM upgrade problems
  * add OS_MASTER_* variables to define a parent distro,
    e.g. Fedora for CentOS
  * remove Linux-x86_64 and map it to Linux-i386 to remove
    a lot of symlinks pointing to directories
  * bugfixes for tape blocksize and bootable USB media

Mon Feb 14 10:41:25 UTC 2011 - schlomo.schapiro@novell.com

- updated to rear 1.9.0 from upstream
  * many bugfixes
  * (new) P2V/V2V/V2P/P2P with system reconfiguration
  * (new) support Data Protector, Bacula, OBDR, Tapes
  * (new) use udev for module loading, support firmware loading
  * see full list of changes at

Fri Dec 11 08:24:44 UTC 2009 - schlomo.schapiro@novell.com

- updated to rear 1.7.23 from upstream
  * some bugfixing
  * added validation info for openSUSE 11.2 i386 and x86_64
  * improved library collection for 64bit Linux
    (e.g. /lib*/libnss*)
  * symlink doc and contrib in the dist archive
    to reduce the size
  * clone required system users/groups to rescue system
    (daemon and rpc)

Wed Dec  2 14:18:45 UTC 2009 - schlomo.schapiro@novell.com

- updated to rear 1.7.22 from upsteam
  * added -L to stat call to read real device in
  * make svn2host report scp errors
  * updated rear.spec, rear.sourcespec of SUSE and FEDORA
  * updated contrib/mkvendorrp to pull version nr from
    rear, CHANGED
  * updated lib/spec/Fedora/rear.sourcespec Require field
    and doc/
  * updated skel/default/etc/scripts/system-setup to improve
    loading modules
  * updated finalize/default/88_check_for_mount_by_id.sh
  * added prep/GNU/Linux/28_include_vmware_tools.sh
  * moved some misplaced scripts from pack to build
  * added contrib/svn2hosts (continuous integration script)
  * fixed up mkdist-workflow.sh and contrib/svn2tar to share
    more code
  * removed the UTF-8 conversion
    (IMHO should be only done manually)
  * removed the overwriting of the generic spec file
    with vendor specific spec file
  * fixed the copying of /dev/shm/* by adding it to
  * support open-vm-tools and loading of vmxnet
  * removed the usage of udev_volume_id (for RHEL4) in favour
    of internal vol_id
  * fixed internal vol_id to correctly strip leading spaces
    from the values
  * fixed 31_create_filesystems.sh to actually correctly
    create ext* and support FS labels with < or > in them
  * added usleep and mktemp
  * Fixed all wrong occurences of [*] with [@].
    See https://sourceforge.net/tracker/?func=detail&atid=859452&aid=2877091&group_id=171835
  * backup/NETFS/default/40_create_include_exclude_files.sh
    fixed variable name for excluded mountpoints to actually
  * recreate/GNU/Linux/22_create_lvm2_devices.sh
    move lvm vgchange -a y  in loop to avoid old VGs to activate

Sun Sep 27 07:15:19 UTC 2009 - schlomo.schapiro@novell.com

- updated to rear 1.7.21 from upstream
  * support openSUSE 11.2 (M6)
  * rsyslogd
  * ext4

Sun Mar  8 09:05:17 CET 2009 - Schlomo.Schapiro@novell.com

- import into Factory

Tue Jan 29 12:00:00 CET 2009 - Schlomo Schapiro <rear@schlomo.schapiro.org>

- 1.7.14-1
- added man page
- fixed TSM bug with result files
- patch rear binary to point to correct _datadir and _sysconfdir
- move distribution config files to /usr/share/rear/conf
- add hpacucli support
- TSM point-in-time restore
- fix bonding for multiple bonding devices

Tue Jan 20 12:00:00 CET 2009 - Gratien D'haese <gdha@sourceforge.net>

- 1.7.13-1
- add COPYING license file
- linux-functions.sh: added rpmtopdir function;
- mkdist-workflow.sh: updated with rpmtopdir function; convert
  doc files to UTF-8

Fri Jan 09 12:00:00 CET 2009 - Gratien D'haese <gdha@sourceforge.net>

- 1.7.12-1
- NetBackup integration completed
- moved validation from /etc/rear to doc directory

Tue Dec 30 12:00:00 CET 2008 - Gratien D'haese <gdha@sourceforge.net>

- 1.7.11-1
- added scriptfor Data Protector and NetBackup integration

Wed Dec 17 12:00:00 CET 2008 - Gratien D'haese <gdha@sourceforge.net>

- 1.7.10-1
- completed verify/NBU/default/40_verify_nbu.sh script for NBU
- remove contrib entry from %%doc line in spec file

Mon Dec 01 12:00:00 CET 2008 - Gratien D'haese <gdha@sourceforge.net>

- 1.7.9-1
- remove from skel/default the symbolic links sh->bash,
  bin/init->init and the empty files etc/mtab, var/log/lastlog
  and var/lib/nfs/state
- add the link sh-bash into file
- add new file pack/GNU/Linux/10_touch_empty_files.sh
  to create the empty files
- add pack/GNU/Linux/20_create_dotfiles.sh and removed
  .bash_history from skel/default
- Added intial scripts for rear integration with NetBackup
  (of Symantec)
- copy rear.sourcespec according OS_VENDOR
- correct rear.spec file according comment 11 of bugzilla #468189

Mon Oct 27 12:00:00 CET 2008 - Gratien D'haese <gdha@sourceforge.net>

- 1.7.8-1
- Fix rpmlint error/warnings for Fedora packaging
- updated the Summary line and %%install section

Thu Oct 24 12:00:00 CET 2008 - Gratien D'haese <gdha@sourceforge.net>

- 1.7.7-1
- rewrote rear.spec for Fedora Packaging request

Tue Aug 28 12:00:00 CET 2006 - Schlomo Schapiro <rear@schlomo.schapiro.org>

- 1.0-1
- Initial RPM Release