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OSC's OSD project hosted on open-osd.org
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I am happy to announce the availability of OSC's OSD project
in a git Mirror of the internal svn repository. As expected
it only contains the GPL parts of OSC's OSD project.

Thanks to Ananth Devulapalli, the maintainer of the project
at OSC, for letting us do this.

I have also tied the project with TOMO's tgt git-tree as
a submodule, so a user that needs an OSD2 target need only
clone one head and everything will sync automatically.

The git tree is here:
  git-clone --recursive git://git.open-osd.org/osc-osd/.git
  or viewed
  http://git.open-osd.org/gitweb.cgi?p=osc-osd/.git;a=summary

The tgt submodule can also be accessed at:
  git://git.open-osd.org/osc-osd/tgt
  or viewed
  http://git.open-osd.org/gitweb.cgi?p=osc-osd/tgt/.git;a=summary

  But please don't clone directly. Use the git-submodule command
  from osc-osd project to sync everything automatically. (See below)

GIT Structure
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For most users the osc-osd/master branch is all they need and
with a small help from git-submodule update they should get
a compilable/working OSD2 target/Initiator.

However the git structure is as follows:

osc-old-git - branch: Historic git-tree
  This is the dead git tree that is still available at:
  web - http://git.osc.edu/?p=osd.git
  or git://git.osc.edu/osd.git
  It is no longer updated and won't even compile at current state.
  But it has the longest history of the project.

osc - branch: OSC's svn Mirror
  Is a branch I manually rebase-merged between the osc-old-git
  And a git-branch I made with the help of the svn_fetch3.sh
  script. OSC would let me have a read-only access to their GPL
  parts of the SVN repository, with the help of a script I import
  this tree into git. The script is incremental and is run from
  time-to-time to update on OSC's progress. From today on all commits
  to this branch will be made only by the svn_fetch3.sh script.

SVN_FETCH - tag
  This tags the patch that adds the first version of svn_fetch3.sh
  script and friends, from here on the tree branches from the original
  git tree and starts the SVN import.

master - branch
  At this branch I keep open-osd patches to the OSC project, as well
  as the integration with the tgt submodule. Checking out this branch
  should give a user working results. Other branches might not compile
  and/or need farther manual configuration. Here I will try to keep a
  working version.

Currently "master" is a superset of "osc". But in the future the "osc"
branch might advance faster then master. I will try to only cut master
at points that compile and pass my tests, so users have a good chance
of a working set. Needless to say that osc-old-git is frozen.

"osc" will never rebase, and will only advance forward. Other then
exact commits from svn it will contain updates to the svn_fetch*
script if needed.

"master" will rebase, with open-osd pending patches floating above
"osc" branch. When/if some of the patches get accepted by Ananth
or are fixed in some other way, they will get dropped. So for
users, they should "git-remote update" plus "git-checkout -b ..."
and not just "git-pull" from "master"

update: 2009/11/18:
It looks like the OSC project is by now dead. All above branches
are now frozen. Development will only continue on the *master*
branch.

[README]
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prerequisites:
needed is the sqlite-devel package. For example:
[]$ yum install sqlite-devel

all a user need is to follow these steps:
- at some parent folder do
[]$ git clone --recursive git://git.open-osd.org/osc-osd/.git

If behind a firewall and in need of "http:" access do:
[]$ git clone --recursive http://git.open-osd.org/trees/osc-osd/.git

    (Please use relatively new git version)
[]$ cd osc-osd/

- The above "--recursive" switch cloned everything for us. If you forgot
  You'll need one additional step
[]$ git submodule init
[]$ git submodule update
  These last commands will auto clone the tgt git tree.

- That's it we are ready and should now do:
[]$ make
  And it should all compile. See the osd-target/README for
  additional information.

- For running the target also read osd-target/README and
  tgt/doc/. But basically you should run ./up for a debug
  load of an OSD2 target. Edit the ./up script to specify
  the backing store of the target, default is at /var/osd-tgt/...

From time to time if you want to update on osc-osd progress
you might do:

- Save a working merge point:
[]$ git tag WORKS_FOR_ME
  This can later be removed if you're happy with the new stuff. I might keep
  these tagged as well.

- Update with new version
[]$ git remote update

[]$ git checkout -b my-osd origin/master
  Where my-osd is the name of the new branch you want to call it.

  Alternatively you might just do:
[]$ git checkout origin/master

  And one more important step:
[]$ git submodule update
  This will sync tgt to the proper point

  That's it make and test

I want to thank Pete Wyckoff Ananth Devulapalli FUJITA Tomonori and their
teems for the help and hard work put in these projects, and their advise.
We hope to stay true to these projects and provide users a good public
place to come collect these things needed for a workable OSD setup.

The open-osd teem
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