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Number of commits found: 3

Tue, 26 Apr 2016
[ 21:32 feld ] Original commit   Revision:414082
414082 sysutils/mfid/Makefile
414082 sysutils/mfid/distinfo
sysutils/mfid: Update to 0.03

Previous update had a Makefile change to quiet a warning, but poudriere
throws an error for setting MK_MAN

MFH:		2016Q2
[ 20:49 feld ] Original commit   Revision:414074
414074 sysutils/mfid/Makefile
414074 sysutils/mfid/distinfo
414074 sysutils/mfid/pkg-message
sysutils/mfid: Update to 0.02

The original implementation of mfid from Yahoo! disabled the RAID
controller's Patrol Reads. The user is given no warning that this is
happening. This update to mfid removes this functionality and comes with
a large pkg-message warning to inform the user about the previous
behavior as well as steps to re-enable Patrol Reads for their RAID card.

Thank you to Terrence Koeman for noticing this behavior, and jhb for
confirming the history of this code.

While here, change the MASTER_SITE to my LOCAL distfiles location.

MFH:		2016Q2
Wed, 18 Sep 2013
[ 18:09 feld ] Original commit   Revision:327570
327570 sysutils/Makefile
327570 sysutils/mfid
327570 sysutils/mfid/Makefile
327570 sysutils/mfid/distinfo
327570 sysutils/mfid/files
327570 sysutils/mfid/files/mfid.in
327570 sysutils/mfid/pkg-descr
add new port: sysutils/mfid

mfid is a monitoring daemon for mfi raid controllers designed by our
very own jhb@ when he worked at Yahoo.

Approved by:	crees (mentor), sbruno
Sponsored by:	Yahoo

Number of commits found: 3

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