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    • Henrik Riomar's avatar
      add xenpci feature · d9a93120
      Henrik Riomar authored and Natanael Copa's avatar Natanael Copa committed
      Add a xenpci feature needed for xen driver domains that needs PCI devices
      already in initramfs.
      
      This is for instance needed for a xen storage driver domain hosting its rootfs
      on a pci passthrough SAS controller.
      d9a93120
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    • Natanael Copa's avatar
      make: remove kms.files · a2128b07
      Natanael Copa authored
      a2128b07
    • Natanael Copa's avatar
      nlplug-findfs: fix cryptsetup race condition · e4af128b
      Natanael Copa authored
      We need run cryptsetup in parallel so that keyboard drivers are loaded
      while waiting for password input.
      
      But cryptsetup will recreate the device which means that the uevent for
      new device node will first be added then changed and finally will it
      create the /dev/mapper/* device node. We handle the first generated
      uevent and while handling, the device node might have disappeared
      causeing blkid not find any UUID, and the /dev/mapper/* does not yet
      exist.
      
      This means that we need to:
      - handle uevents in parallel while waiting for password input
      - block uevent handling while actually setting up the crypt device
      
      So we use libcryptsetup and add a mutex while setting up the crypt
      device.
      e4af128b
  29. 23 Sep, 2015 1 commit
    • Natanael Copa's avatar
      add new tool nlplug-findfs · c77a1e25
      Natanael Copa authored
      nlplug-findfs is a tool that will help us to find a given filesystem
      using coldplug. The only reason that initramfs exist in first place is
      to set up a rootfs and switch to it. The nlplug-findfs will handle
      coldplug events til a given filesystem/device is found and then mount
      it.
      c77a1e25
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