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The libStorageMgmt library will provide a vendor agnostic open source storage
application programming interface (API) that will allow management of storage
arrays. The library includes a command line interface for interactive use and
scripting (command lsmcli). The library also has a daemon that is used for
executing plug-ins in a separate process (lsmd).

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Drbd is a distributed replicated block device. It mirrors a block
device over the network to another machine. Think of it as networked
raid 1. It is a building block for setting up clusters.

Staging project for the PackageHub packages submissions. This project will be used to build the packages against the openSUSE:Backports:* repositories for the SUSE Package Hub submission.

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NOTE: Automatically created during Factory devel project migration by admin.

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Distributed Replicated Block Device tools

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YaST2 - Configuration of Distributed Replicated Block Devices. With
this module you can configure a distributed storage system, frequently
used on high availability (HA) clusters.

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Multipath I/O is a fault tolerance technique whereby there is more than
one physical path between the CPU in a computer system and its mass
storage devices through the buses, controllers, switches, and bridge
devices connecting them.

You can configure your multipathed devices with this module.

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