Fedora's blivet-gui Continues Making Progress On Linux Storage Management
Written by Michael Larabel in Fedora on 30 November 2015 at 04:44 PM EST. 8 Comments
FEDORA --
It's been several months since talking about blivet-gui as a Fedora-focused UI for Linux storage management while with Fedora 23 is now blivet-gui v1.0 and other post-1.0 progress is also being made.

Vojtěch Trefný sent out an update today on the state of blivet-gui and overall things are looking fantastic. He continues making progress on simplifying the UI for complicated disk configurations, support for LVM snapshots and LVM thin-provisioning, the code is now Python 3 only, and more. For blivet-gui 2.0, work is being done on big API changes, support for LVM cache and LVM RAID, and more. Besides the code being available on GitHub, there's also a Fedora Copr repository for trying the very latest packages.


More details via Vojtěch's blog.
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