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C.1. Mail lists

Before you post to any of our lists please read the all of this document and check the archives to see if your question has already been answered. Please post in text only to our lists, fancy formated messages are near impossible to read if someone else is not running a mail client that understands it. Standard mailing list etiquette applies. Incomplete questions or configuration data make it very hard for us to answer your questions.

LVM Discussion Mailing Lists

linux-lvm

This list is aimed at user-related questions and comments. You may be able to get the answers you need from other people who have the same issues. Open discussion is encouraged. Bug reports should be sent to this list.

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dm-devel

This list is not specifically for lvm, but since device mapper is used by LVM 2, it is mentioned here.

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LVM-Related Commit Lists

lvm2-commit

This list gets messages automatically whenever someone commits to the lvm2 cvs tree. Its main purpose is to keep up with the cvs tree.

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lvm-commit

This list gets messages automatically whenever someone commits to the lvm cvs tree. Its main purpose is to keep up with the cvs tree.

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dm-commit

This list gets messages automatically whenever someone commits to the dm cvs tree. Its main purpose is to keep up with the cvs tree.

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Discontinued Lists

lvm-devel

This list has been discontinued; please use linux-lvm for lvm development discussion.

lvm-bugs

This list has been discontinued; Bug reports should be sent to the linux-lvm list.

 
 
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