[PC-BSD Dev] PCBSD Disk Manager updated on github
kris at pcbsd.org
Mon Sep 9 05:36:33 PDT 2013
On 09/08/2013 15:11, Yuri Momotiuk wrote:
> Hi, guys!
> Just one thing. Kris, if you plan to add this util to the upcoming 9.2
> release please add it ASAP to the pootle translation system. Release
> should be soon and translators should translate it till release build.
> Claudio, thanks again for wonderfull tool!
Once it hits our git repo I'll add it to Pootle. I would imagine it will
go in post-9.2 though, unless Claudio wants to commit it now and just
work on it in our repo going forward. (I'm OK with that)
> 2013/9/5 Kris Moore <kris at pcbsd.org <mailto:kris at pcbsd.org>>
> On 09/01/2013 17:41, Claudio L. wrote:
> > On 09/01/2013 11:25, Sam Fourman Jr. wrote:
> >> I haven't tested this yet, but a thought is can there be a
> button under
> >> the advanced options.. in the PC-BSD installer that launches
> this tool?
> >> not only would it be handy, but it is a very good place to enable
> >> people to test this.
> >> Sam Fourman Jr.
> > I'm merely contributing this to the community, so I can't decide
> > If the PCBSD maintainers judge this program useful I'm sure they
> > Using it on the live DVD could potentially be very useful.
> > Claudio
> I think this is a good idea. Once it hits our git tree, I'll see about
> incorporating it over :)
> As for the disk manager, I just checked it out, looks really cool!
> Few notes:
> When it first launches, there is about a 4-5 second delay before items
> show up. Maybe use a QSplashScreen during startup, that way it doesn't
> show until the GUI is ready?
> On the "ZFS Filesystems" tab, I have a bunch of snapshots and such
> listed. But I can't see the names, nor drag the Filesystems|Status
> columns over to change the size. (See attached)
> On the CD drive it gives options to create MBR / GPT partition tables,
> not sure if you need that.
> Aside from that it seems pretty cool. Just minor things like missing
> ToolTips and such, but those can be added easily. Once you think
> its is
> a workable enough state go ahead and commit it, or send over a pull
> request for us to do it. You can even flag it as "beta" in the
> title if
> you think it needs additional testing and I'm sure the community will
> give you tons of feedback.
> BTW, the new Life-Preserver does ZFS replication tasks, so you
> don't need to worry about the replication functionality :)
> Kris Moore
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