path: root/debian/patches/use-tempnode-not-devnode.patch
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diff --git a/debian/patches/use-tempnode-not-devnode.patch b/debian/patches/use-tempnode-not-devnode.patch
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--- a/debian/patches/use-tempnode-not-devnode.patch
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,31 +0,0 @@
-From: Michael Tokarev <>
-Subject: use tempnode not devnode in udev rules
-Forwarded: no
-udev in wheezy does not understand $devnode construct
-in rules file, while upstream uses it in mdadm rules
-files. udev in jessie has $devnode and it also supports
-old $tempnode which is the way it worked in wheezy and
-before, even if $tempnode in jessie's udev is not documented.
-So on jessie, both $tempnode and $devnode works fine, while
-in wheezy, only $tempnode works.
-Use $tempnode instead of $devnode. Since mdadm is important
-enough for system functionality and easily can break system
-by making it unbootable, and this is the only incompatibility
-between wheezy's and jessie's udev wrt mdadm, it is better than
-having a versioned dependency on udev.
-This patch is debian-specific and should be dropped for jessie+1.
---- a/udev-md-raid-arrays.rules
-+++ b/udev-md-raid-arrays.rules
-@@ -20 +20 @@
--IMPORT{program}="BINDIR/mdadm --detail --export $devnode"
-+IMPORT{program}="BINDIR/mdadm --detail --export $tempnode"
---- a/udev-md-raid-assembly.rules
-+++ b/udev-md-raid-assembly.rules
-@@ -30 +30 @@
--ACTION=="add|change", IMPORT{program}="BINDIR/mdadm --incremental --export $devnode --offroot ${DEVLINKS}"
-+ACTION=="add|change", IMPORT{program}="BINDIR/mdadm --incremental --export $tempnode --offroot ${DEVLINKS}"