#583 #528 Disable dmraid-activation.service on first run if no dmraid sets are found
Closed 7 months ago by pbokoc. Opened 7 months ago by quiet.
fedora-docs/ quiet/release-notes iss528  into  f33

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  == `nano` is a default terminal text editor

  

  In Fedora 33, `nano` has been set as the default terminal text editor. See the xref:sysadmin/System_Utilities.adoc#nano-as-default [System Utilities] section for more information.

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+ == `dmraid-activation.service` no longer depends on `systemd-udev-settle.service`

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+ The `dmraid` package is necessary for supporting firmware-based Redundant Array of Independent Disks (RAID) sets of non-IntelĀ® systems and Fedora only support these RAID sets when they are already configured in BIOS during the OS installation.

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+ The `dmraid` package provides the `dmraid-activation.service` that required an obsoleted service `systemd-udev-settle.service` in the default Fedora installation. The `systemd-udev-settle.service` service waited a long time for detection of all devices. As a result, a system booting was significantly prolonged.

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+ To solve this problem, `dmraid-activation.service` now disables itself if no supported RAID sets are found when the service runs for the first time.

Hello @jwrdegoede,

Could you, please, review the text of this release note?

Many thanks,

The changes look good to me, thank you.

The changes look good to me, thank you.

Cool, thank you.

Could you also quickly look at the changes in https://pagure.io/fedora-docs/release-notes/pull-request/567

Thank you,

Merged manually due to a conflict.

Pull-Request has been closed by pbokoc

7 months ago
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