Package btrfs-progs: Information

    Source package: btrfs-progs
    Version: 6.8-alt2
    Latest version according to Repology
    Build time:  Apr 5, 2024, 03:14 PM in the task #344487
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    License: GPLv2
    Summary: Utilities for managing the Btrfs filesystem
    Btrfs (B-tree FS or usually pronounced "Butter FS") is a copy-on-write
    file system for Linux. It was created as a response to the ZFS filesystem,
    in order to replace the ext3 file system while removing a number of its
    limitations, particularly with respect to file size, total file system size
    and filesystem check duration; it is also expected to implement modern
    filesystem features not supported by ext3, like writable snapshots,
    snapshots of snapshots, builtin RAID support, and subvolumes. In addition,
    Btrfs claims a "focus on fault tolerance, repair and easy administration".
    This package contains utilities for managing the Btrfs filesystem

    List of rpms provided by this srpm:
    btrfs-progs (x86_64, ppc64le, i586, aarch64)
    btrfs-progs-debuginfo (x86_64, ppc64le, i586, aarch64)
    libbtrfs (x86_64, ppc64le, i586, aarch64)
    libbtrfs-debuginfo (x86_64, ppc64le, i586, aarch64)
    libbtrfs-devel (x86_64, ppc64le, i586, aarch64)

    Maintainer: Anton Farygin

    Anton Farygin

      1. /dev/kvm
      2. /proc
      3. /sbin/dmsetup
      4. /sbin/udevadm
      5. /usr/bin/getfacl
      6. /usr/bin/setfattr
      7. asciidoc
      8. python3-module-sphinx-sphinx-build-symlink
      9. python3-module-sphinx_rtd_theme
      10. rpm-build-vm
      11. xmlto
      12. zlib-devel
      13. libacl-devel
      14. libaio-devel
      15. libattr-devel
      16. libblkid-devel
      17. libe2fs-devel
      18. liblzo2-devel
      19. libselinux-devel
      20. libudev-devel
      21. liburing-devel
      22. libuuid-devel
      23. libzstd-devel

    Last changed

    April 5, 2024 Anton Farygin 6.8-alt2
    - added pretrans script against cpio link->file convertation (closes: #49434)
    April 1, 2024 Anton Farygin 6.8-alt1
    - 6.7.1 -> 6.8
    March 5, 2024 Anton Farygin 6.7.1-alt1
    - 6.7.1