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- Git: https://salsa.debian.org/vmware-packaging-team/pkg-open-vm-tools.git
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- Debian changelog in Git:
open-vm-tools (2:11.0.5-2) unstable; urgency=medium
* [eab2f1a] Add vmtoolsd.service alias.
Debian's open-vm-tools.service is rather unsuaul and based on the
history of the package, so ship an alias.
* [b2977cd] Rectify a log spew in vmsvc logging.
Upstream commit 4ee0bd3c8ead89541ab7d196fb54e940e397420d
When a LSI Logic Parallel SCSI controller sits in PCI bus 0
(SCSI controller 0), the Linux disk device enumeration does not provide
a "label" file with the controller name. This results in messages like
"GuestInfoGetDiskDevice: Missing disk device name; VMDK mapping
unavailable for "/var/log", fsName: "/dev/sda2" repeatedly appearing
in the vmsvc logging. The patch converts what previously was a warning
message to a debug message and thus avoids the log spew.
Thanks to Oliver Kurth (Closes: #950888)
-- Bernd Zeimetz <email@example.com> Tue, 11 Feb 2020 15:56:51 +0100
- This branch is even with tag debian/2%11.0.5-2