File 0111-mdassemble-Kill-off-the-last-remains.patch of Package mdadm.7989

From 935795398d52a589598fa13e6cb6272619c5d134 Mon Sep 17 00:00:00 2001
From: Jes Sorensen <jsorensen@fb.com>
Date: Thu, 4 May 2017 11:57:41 -0400
Subject: [PATCH] mdassemble: Kill off the last remains
Git-commit: 935795398d52a589598fa13e6cb6272619c5d134
Patch-mainline: mdadm-4.0+
References: bsc#1069165, bsc#1069167, bsc#1068030

Having gotten rid of mdassemble, lets get rid of the man page too

Signed-off-by: Jes Sorensen <jsorensen@fb.com>
Signed-off-by: Coly Li <colyli@suse.de>

---
 README.initramfs |  9 ++++----
 mdassemble.8     | 65 --------------------------------------------------------
 2 files changed, 4 insertions(+), 70 deletions(-)
 delete mode 100644 mdassemble.8

diff --git a/README.initramfs b/README.initramfs
index 8f9b8dd..c5fa668 100644
--- a/README.initramfs
+++ b/README.initramfs
@@ -16,11 +16,10 @@ devices.
 
 These mechanisms, while useful, do not provide complete functionality
 and are unlikely to be extended.  The preferred way to assemble md
-arrays at boot time is using 'mdadm' or 'mdassemble' (which is a
-trimmed-down mdadm).  To assemble an array which contains the root
-filesystem, mdadm needs to be run before that filesystem is mounted,
-and so needs to be run from an initial-ram-fs.  It is how this can
-work that is the primary focus of this document.
+arrays at boot time is using 'mdadm'.  To assemble an array which
+contains the root filesystem, mdadm needs to be run before that
+filesystem is mounted, and so needs to be run from an initial-ram-fs.
+It is how this can work that is the primary focus of this document.
 
 It should be noted up front that only the array containing the root
 filesystem should be assembled from the initramfs.  Any other arrays
diff --git a/mdassemble.8 b/mdassemble.8
deleted file mode 100644
index 33aa977..0000000
--- a/mdassemble.8
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,65 +0,0 @@
-.\" -*- nroff -*-
-.TH MDASSEMBLE 8 "" v4.0
-.SH NAME
-mdassemble \- assemble MD devices
-.I aka
-Linux Software RAID
-
-.SH SYNOPSIS
-
-.BI mdassemble
-
-.SH DESCRIPTION
-.B mdassemble
-is a tiny program that can be used to assemble MD devices inside an
-initial ramdisk (initrd) or initramfs; it is meant to replace the in-kernel
-automatic RAID detection and activation.
-It can be built statically and linked against lightweight libc alternatives, like
-.B dietlibc,
-.B klibc
-or
-.B uClibc.
-
-.SH USAGE
-Invoking
-.B mdassemble
-has the same effect as invoking
-.B mdadm \-\-assemble \-\-scan.
-.PP
-Invoking
-.B mdassemble
-a second time will make all defined arrays readwrite, this is useful if
-using the
-.B start_ro
-module parameter.
-
-.SH OPTIONS
-
-There are no options to
-.B mdassemble.
-
-.SH FILES
-
-.SS /etc/mdadm.conf
-
-The config file lists which devices may be scanned to see if
-they contain MD super block, and gives identifying information
-(e.g. UUID) about known MD arrays.  See
-.BR mdadm.conf (5)
-for more details.
-
-.B mdassemble
-supports all configuration parameters defined in
-.B mdadm.conf
-with the exception of
-.B auto=
-which is supported only if mdadm was built with the
-.B \-DMDASSEMBLE_AUTO
-define.
-
-.SH SEE ALSO
-.PP
-.BR mdadm (8),
-.BR mdadm.conf (5),
-.BR md (4),
-.BR diet (1).
-- 
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