[arch-commits] Commit in hdparm/repos (5 files)

Tobias Powalowski tpowa at archlinux.org
Fri Nov 11 16:16:41 EST 2011


    Date: Friday, November 11, 2011 @ 16:16:41
  Author: tpowa
Revision: 142538

db-move: moved hdparm from [testing] to [core] (i686)

Added:
  hdparm/repos/core-i686/PKGBUILD
    (from rev 142537, hdparm/repos/testing-i686/PKGBUILD)
  hdparm/repos/core-i686/wiper.sh.2_6.max-ranges.patch
    (from rev 142537, hdparm/repos/testing-i686/wiper.sh.2_6.max-ranges.patch)
Deleted:
  hdparm/repos/core-i686/PKGBUILD
  hdparm/repos/core-i686/wiper.sh.2_6.max-ranges.patch
  hdparm/repos/testing-i686/

-------------------------------+
 PKGBUILD                      |   84 ++++++++++----------
 wiper.sh.2_6.max-ranges.patch |  168 ++++++++++++++++++++--------------------
 2 files changed, 126 insertions(+), 126 deletions(-)

Deleted: core-i686/PKGBUILD
===================================================================
--- core-i686/PKGBUILD	2011-11-11 21:11:11 UTC (rev 142537)
+++ core-i686/PKGBUILD	2011-11-11 21:16:41 UTC (rev 142538)
@@ -1,42 +0,0 @@
-# $Id$
-# Maintainer: Paul Mattal <paul at archlinux.org>
-
-pkgname=hdparm
-pkgver=9.37
-pkgrel=1
-pkgdesc="A shell utility for manipulating Linux IDE drive/driver parameters"
-arch=(i686 x86_64)
-depends=('glibc')
-optdepends=('sh: required by idectl and ultrabayd')
-source=(http://downloads.sourceforge.net/sourceforge/hdparm/${pkgname}-${pkgver}.tar.gz
-        wiper.sh.2_6.max-ranges.patch)
-license=('BSD')
-url="http://sourceforge.net/projects/hdparm/"
-optdepends=('bash: for wiper.sh script')
-options=('emptydirs')
-md5sums=('0bb94ddd1bedd5c02b1ca62f1caaf6de'
-         '74e368f384166a7710b447573cda120a')
-
-build() {
-  cd ${srcdir}/${pkgname}-${pkgver}
-  # Fix Range input/output error when wiping Intel G2 and OCZ drives
-  patch -Np1 -i $srcdir/wiper.sh.2_6.max-ranges.patch
-  
-  # build
-  make
-}
-
-package() {
-  cd ${srcdir}/${pkgname}-${pkgver}
-  # install
-  mkdir -p ${pkgdir}/{usr,sbin}
-  make DESTDIR=${pkgdir} install
-  install -m755 contrib/idectl ${pkgdir}/sbin
-  install -m755 contrib/ultrabayd ${pkgdir}/sbin
-
-  install -D -m 0644 $srcdir/$pkgname-$pkgver/wiper/README.txt $pkgdir/usr/share/doc/wiper/README.txt
-  install -D -m 0755 $srcdir/$pkgname-$pkgver/wiper/wiper.sh $pkgdir/usr/sbin/wiper.sh
-
-  #install license file
-  install -D -m 644 LICENSE.TXT $pkgdir/usr/share/licenses/hdparm/LICENSE.TXT
-}

Copied: hdparm/repos/core-i686/PKGBUILD (from rev 142537, hdparm/repos/testing-i686/PKGBUILD)
===================================================================
--- core-i686/PKGBUILD	                        (rev 0)
+++ core-i686/PKGBUILD	2011-11-11 21:16:41 UTC (rev 142538)
@@ -0,0 +1,42 @@
+# $Id$
+# Maintainer: Paul Mattal <paul at archlinux.org>
+
+pkgname=hdparm
+pkgver=9.37
+pkgrel=2
+pkgdesc="A shell utility for manipulating Linux IDE drive/driver parameters"
+arch=(i686 x86_64)
+depends=('glibc')
+optdepends=('sh: required by idectl and ultrabayd')
+source=(http://downloads.sourceforge.net/sourceforge/hdparm/${pkgname}-${pkgver}.tar.gz
+        wiper.sh.2_6.max-ranges.patch)
+license=('BSD')
+url="http://sourceforge.net/projects/hdparm/"
+optdepends=('bash: for wiper.sh script')
+options=('emptydirs')
+md5sums=('0bb94ddd1bedd5c02b1ca62f1caaf6de'
+         '74e368f384166a7710b447573cda120a')
+
+build() {
+  cd ${srcdir}/${pkgname}-${pkgver}
+  # Fix Range input/output error when wiping Intel G2 and OCZ drives
+  patch -Np1 -i $srcdir/wiper.sh.2_6.max-ranges.patch
+  
+  # build
+  make
+}
+
+package() {
+  cd ${srcdir}/${pkgname}-${pkgver}
+  # install
+  mkdir -p ${pkgdir}/{usr,sbin}
+  make DESTDIR=${pkgdir} install
+  install -m755 contrib/idectl ${pkgdir}/sbin
+  install -m755 contrib/ultrabayd ${pkgdir}/sbin
+
+  install -D -m 0644 $srcdir/$pkgname-$pkgver/wiper/README.txt $pkgdir/usr/share/doc/wiper/README.txt
+  install -D -m 0755 $srcdir/$pkgname-$pkgver/wiper/wiper.sh $pkgdir/usr/sbin/wiper.sh
+
+  #install license file
+  install -D -m 644 LICENSE.TXT $pkgdir/usr/share/licenses/hdparm/LICENSE.TXT
+}

Deleted: core-i686/wiper.sh.2_6.max-ranges.patch
===================================================================
--- core-i686/wiper.sh.2_6.max-ranges.patch	2011-11-11 21:11:11 UTC (rev 142537)
+++ core-i686/wiper.sh.2_6.max-ranges.patch	2011-11-11 21:16:41 UTC (rev 142538)
@@ -1,84 +0,0 @@
---- hdparm-9.28/wiper/wiper.sh.orig	2010-03-09 06:17:37.000000000 -0800
---- hdparm-9.28/wiper/wiper.sh	2010-05-15 03:08:02.182856971 -0700
-@@ -29,7 +29,7 @@
- function usage_error(){
- 	echo >&2
- 	echo "Linux tune-up (TRIM) utility for SATA SSDs"
--	echo "Usage:  $0 [--verbose] [--commit] <mount_point|block_device>" >&2
-+	echo "Usage:  $0 [--max-ranges <num>] [--verbose] [--commit] <mount_point|block_device>" >&2
- 	echo "   Eg:  $0 /dev/sda1" >&2
- 	echo >&2
- 	exit 1
-@@ -44,6 +44,7 @@
- 
- export verbose=0
- commit=""
-+max_ranges=-1
- destroy_me=""
- argc=$#
- arg=""
-@@ -51,6 +52,10 @@
- 		commit=yes
- 	elif [ "$1" = "--verbose" ]; then
- 		verbose=$((verbose + 1))
-+	elif [ "$1" = "--max-ranges" -a $argc -gt 1 ]; then
-+		max_ranges=$2
-+		argc=$((argc - 1))
-+		shift
- 	elif [ "$1" = "" ]; then
- 		usage_error
- 	else
-@@ -499,6 +550,18 @@
- 	fi
- fi
- 
-+## Different SSD's have a different maximum number of ranges they'll accept
-+## in a single TRIM command.
-+if [ $max_ranges -le 0 ] ; then
-+	model=`$HDPARM -I $rawdev | $GAWK '/Model Number/ { print $NF }'`
-+	case "$model" in
-+		SSDSA[12]*)  max_ranges=512 ;;	# Intel X18-M/X25-M
-+		OCZ-VERTEX2) max_ranges=64 ;;	# OCZ Vertex2
-+		*)           max_ranges=65535
-+	esac
-+fi
-+[ $verbose -gt 0 ] && echo "max-ranges = $max_ranges"
-+
- ## All ready.  Now let the user know exactly what we intend to do:
- ##
- mountstatus="$fstype non-mounted"
-@@ -608,7 +671,7 @@
- 		nsectors += count;
- 		while (count > 0) {
- 			this_count  = (count > 65535) ? 65535 : count
--			printf "%u:%u ", lba, this_count
-+			printf "%u:%u \n", lba, this_count
- 			if (verbose > 1)
- 				printf "%u:%u ", lba, this_count > "/dev/stderr"
- 			lba        += this_count
-@@ -695,6 +758,22 @@
- 	-v verbose="$verbose"			\
- 	-v xfs_blksects="$xfs_blksects"		\
- 	-v xfs_agoffsets="$xfs_agoffsets"	\
--	"$GAWKPROG" | $TRIM
-+	"$GAWKPROG" | (
-+		i=0
-+		while read range ; do
-+			ranges=$ranges" "$range
-+			((i++))
-+			if [ $i -ge $max_ranges ] ; then
-+				[ $verbose -gt 0 ] && echo -e "Trim ranges:"$ranges"\n"         
-+				echo $ranges | $TRIM
-+				ranges=""
-+				i=0
-+			fi
-+		done
-+		if [ $i -gt 0 ] ; then
-+			[ $verbose -gt 0 ] && echo -e "Trim ranges:"$ranges"\n"
-+ 			echo $ranges | $TRIM
-+		fi
-+	)
- 
- do_cleanup $?
-
- 	  	 

Copied: hdparm/repos/core-i686/wiper.sh.2_6.max-ranges.patch (from rev 142537, hdparm/repos/testing-i686/wiper.sh.2_6.max-ranges.patch)
===================================================================
--- core-i686/wiper.sh.2_6.max-ranges.patch	                        (rev 0)
+++ core-i686/wiper.sh.2_6.max-ranges.patch	2011-11-11 21:16:41 UTC (rev 142538)
@@ -0,0 +1,84 @@
+--- hdparm-9.28/wiper/wiper.sh.orig	2010-03-09 06:17:37.000000000 -0800
+--- hdparm-9.28/wiper/wiper.sh	2010-05-15 03:08:02.182856971 -0700
+@@ -29,7 +29,7 @@
+ function usage_error(){
+ 	echo >&2
+ 	echo "Linux tune-up (TRIM) utility for SATA SSDs"
+-	echo "Usage:  $0 [--verbose] [--commit] <mount_point|block_device>" >&2
++	echo "Usage:  $0 [--max-ranges <num>] [--verbose] [--commit] <mount_point|block_device>" >&2
+ 	echo "   Eg:  $0 /dev/sda1" >&2
+ 	echo >&2
+ 	exit 1
+@@ -44,6 +44,7 @@
+ 
+ export verbose=0
+ commit=""
++max_ranges=-1
+ destroy_me=""
+ argc=$#
+ arg=""
+@@ -51,6 +52,10 @@
+ 		commit=yes
+ 	elif [ "$1" = "--verbose" ]; then
+ 		verbose=$((verbose + 1))
++	elif [ "$1" = "--max-ranges" -a $argc -gt 1 ]; then
++		max_ranges=$2
++		argc=$((argc - 1))
++		shift
+ 	elif [ "$1" = "" ]; then
+ 		usage_error
+ 	else
+@@ -499,6 +550,18 @@
+ 	fi
+ fi
+ 
++## Different SSD's have a different maximum number of ranges they'll accept
++## in a single TRIM command.
++if [ $max_ranges -le 0 ] ; then
++	model=`$HDPARM -I $rawdev | $GAWK '/Model Number/ { print $NF }'`
++	case "$model" in
++		SSDSA[12]*)  max_ranges=512 ;;	# Intel X18-M/X25-M
++		OCZ-VERTEX2) max_ranges=64 ;;	# OCZ Vertex2
++		*)           max_ranges=65535
++	esac
++fi
++[ $verbose -gt 0 ] && echo "max-ranges = $max_ranges"
++
+ ## All ready.  Now let the user know exactly what we intend to do:
+ ##
+ mountstatus="$fstype non-mounted"
+@@ -608,7 +671,7 @@
+ 		nsectors += count;
+ 		while (count > 0) {
+ 			this_count  = (count > 65535) ? 65535 : count
+-			printf "%u:%u ", lba, this_count
++			printf "%u:%u \n", lba, this_count
+ 			if (verbose > 1)
+ 				printf "%u:%u ", lba, this_count > "/dev/stderr"
+ 			lba        += this_count
+@@ -695,6 +758,22 @@
+ 	-v verbose="$verbose"			\
+ 	-v xfs_blksects="$xfs_blksects"		\
+ 	-v xfs_agoffsets="$xfs_agoffsets"	\
+-	"$GAWKPROG" | $TRIM
++	"$GAWKPROG" | (
++		i=0
++		while read range ; do
++			ranges=$ranges" "$range
++			((i++))
++			if [ $i -ge $max_ranges ] ; then
++				[ $verbose -gt 0 ] && echo -e "Trim ranges:"$ranges"\n"         
++				echo $ranges | $TRIM
++				ranges=""
++				i=0
++			fi
++		done
++		if [ $i -gt 0 ] ; then
++			[ $verbose -gt 0 ] && echo -e "Trim ranges:"$ranges"\n"
++ 			echo $ranges | $TRIM
++		fi
++	)
+ 
+ do_cleanup $?
+
+ 	  	 



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