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Name: tcmu-runner Distribution: openSUSE Leap 15.0
Version: 1.4.0 Vendor: openSUSE
Release: lp150.2.6.1 Build date: Thu Aug 22 16:13:13 2019
Group: System/Management Build host: obs-power8-06
Size: 318135 Source RPM: tcmu-runner-1.4.0-lp150.2.6.1.src.rpm
Summary: A userspace daemon that handles the LIO TCM-User backstore
LIO is the SCSI target in the Linux kernel. It is entirely kernel
code, and allows exported SCSI logical  units (LUNs) to be backed
by regular files or block devices. But, if we want to get fancier with
the capabilities of the device we're emulating, the kernel is not
necessarily the right place. While there are userspace libraries for
compression, encryption, and clustered storage solutions like
Ceph or Gluster, these are not accessible from the kernel.

The TCMU userspace-passthrough backstore allows a userspace process to
handle requests to a LUN. But since the kernel-user interface that
TCMU provides must be fast and flexible, it is complex enough that
we'd like to avoid each  userspace handler having to write boilerplate

tcmu-runner handles the messy details of the TCMU interface -- UIO,
netlink, pthreads, and DBus -- and exports a more friendly C plugin
module API. Modules using this API are called "TCMU handlers". Handler
authors can write code just to handle the SCSI commands as desired,
and can also link with whatever userspace libraries they like.






* Tue Jun 18 2019 David Disseldorp <>
  - Move tcmu.conf into main package; (bsc#1138443)
* Wed May 22 2019 David Disseldorp <>
  - Add explicit libtcmu package dependency to avoid incorrect upstream
    .so versioning; (bsc#1135815)
* Tue May 21 2019 David Disseldorp <>
  - Rename openSUSE zbc patches:
    + file_zbc-fixed-compile-error-under-ppc64le ->
    + file_zbc-optionally-build-zbc-handler ->
* Fri Oct 19 2018
  - Update to version 1.4.0:
    * tcmu-runner: bump version to 1.4.0
    * Disable explicit alua support.
    * logger: notification on changing the options for dynamic reloading
    * logger: update .gitignore for logrotate.conf_install.cmake
    * logger: fix the return value
    * Sync sig handler naming.
    * Add logrotate support
    * Move starting log message.
    * Allow log file restart from SIGHUP
    * Simplify log outputs
    Replacing tcmu-runner-1.3.0.tar.gz with tcmu-runner-1.4.0.tar.xz,
    updating the SPEC file, and removing patches:
    * api-avoid-compiler-Werror-return-type-failures.patch
    * tcmu-runner-remove-uio-include-for-iovec.patch
    * support custom cephx credentials; (bsc#1135369)
* Fri Feb 09 2018
  - Update to version 1.3.0; (fate#322524)
    + Improved Ceph RBD integration
    + Support XCOPY copy-offload commands
    + Support COMPARE_AND_WRITE, with Ceph OSD request mapping
    + Asynchronous I/O improvements and bug fixes
  - Remove a number of downstream patches now carried upstream:
    + glfs-discard-glfs_check_config
    + fixed-local-dos-when-unregisterhandler-was-called-for-a-not-existing-handler
    + only-allow-dynamic-unregisterhandler-for-external-handlers-thereby-fixing-dos
    + fixed-a-number-of-memory-leaks-with-deregistering-of-dbus-handlers
    + removed-all-check_config-callback-implementations-to-avoid-security-issues
    + tcmu-runner-add-local-target_core_user-h
  - Remove development packages (bsc#1080619)
    + API discontinued upstream
  - Add fix for -Werror-return-type failures:
    + api-avoid-compiler-Werror-return-type-failures.patch
  - Add fix for library versioning:
* Wed Sep 20 2017
  - Add two patches: make target_core_user.h local, to insulate
    tcmu-runner from kernel version/data structure/naming
    changes, and add include of <sys/uio.h> to that file,
    to fix "stuct iovec" not defined issue  (bsc#1058303),
    adding patches:
    * tcmu-runner-add-local-target_core_user-h
    * tcmu-runner-remove-uio-include-for-iovec.patch
    The latter patch is added only for SUSE version >= 13.3,
    since it is only needed there.
* Wed Aug 09 2017
  - Remove install prefix from beginning of install libdir when
    setting tcmu-runner plugin path (bsc#1052795), adding
    SUSE-specific patch:
    * tcmu-runner-remove-handler-path-install-prefix.patch
* Thu Jul 20 2017
  - One more update from Security Audit, adding one more patch:
    - removed-all-check_config-callback-implementations-to-avoid-security-issues
* Thu Jul 20 2017
  - Updates based on Security Audit, adding 4 patches:
    * glfs-discard-glfs_check_config (bsc#1049485)
    * fixed-local-dos-when-unregisterhandler-was-called-for-a-not-existing-handler
    * only-allow-dynamic-unregisterhandler-for-external-handlers-thereby-fixing-dos
    * fixed-a-number-of-memory-leaks-with-deregistering-of-dbus-handlers
* Mon May 15 2017
  - Make Ceph RBD handler aarch64 and x86-64 only for now
    + librbd isn't yet available for all platforms
* Thu May 11 2017
  - Build the Ceph RBD handler and package separately; (fate#322524).
  - Split the GlusterFS handler into a separate package
    + avoid adding an unnecessary dependencies to tcmu-runner core
* Thu May 11 2017
  - Explicitly disable the GlusterFS handler for SLE builds.
* Thu May 11 2017
  - Update to upstream version 1.2.0; (bsc#1038712).
    + Add remove devices when tcmulib teardown
    + fix builds done outside of source directory
    + free tcmu_device after dev->fd is closed
    + fix Read_Capacity_16
    + detect INQURY response truncation
    + fix incorrect memcpy length
    + fix inquiry buffer length calculations
    + add tcmu.conf for log level configuration
  - Remove upstreamed fixes:
    + tcmu-runner-include-falloc-in-qcow.patch
    + tcmu-runner-let-cmake-install-man-page.patch
    + tcmu-runner-Use-CMake-FULL-library-directory-for-SOs.patch
    + include-tcmu-runner-h-in-install.patch
* Sun Aug 21 2016
  - rename libtcmu1-devel to libtcmu-devel
  - drop unnecessary %oname indirect macro
* Tue Aug 16 2016
  - Updated SPEC file to break library into separate packages
  - Install tcmu-runner.h, adding:
    * include-tcmu-runner-h-in-install.patch
* Fri Jul 29 2016
  - Drop silly buildrequires on libgfapi0/libglib-2_0-0.
    Abolish old macros.
* Sat May 28 2016
  - Updated SPEC file to install LICENSE file (bsc#982130)
* Thu May 05 2016
  - Created from upstream version 1.0.4



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