Release Notes: This release fixed an assortment of bugs including a "--assemble --scan" crash. It also makes mdadm better at handling very large arrays. Some functionality to support some pending kernel features such as RAID 5 reshaping was added.
Release Notes: Some functionality was significantly rewritten. Support for version 1 superblocks and for bitmap-intent-logging and write-behind (where available in kernel) were added. Assorted bugfixes and documentation updates were made. Version 1 superblocks can handle more than 28 devices in one array.
Release Notes: Assorted bugs were fixed. The documentation was updated. A number of enhancements were backported from the Debian package. Handling of stacked md array and usage of udev should be improved.
Release Notes: An embarrassing bug in 1.10.0 that caused --add to always fail has been fixed.
Release Notes: This release fixes bug related to --config=partitions, opens subdevices with O_EXCL to detect whether they're already in use, and makes sure superblock updates are flushed directly to disk.
Release Notes: This release features improvements for --assemble --auto when creating name in a 'standard' format, improvements to handle stacked devices better (e.g. raid0 made of raid1 arrays), improvements to argument parsing, and assorted other minor fixes.
Release Notes: A --pid-file option to declare a file to record the pid in for --monitor --daemonise. Support for a new "faulty" personality (see md.4). support for RAID 0 and linear over devices larger than 2 terabytes. Assorted bugfixes.
Release Notes: This release adds the ability to change the active size of RAID 1, 4, 5, and 6 arrays, and to change the number of active drives in RAID 1 arrays. It also fixes a bug that stopped resync messages being generated in monitor mode, added further support for partitionable arrays, and assorted minor fixes and improvements.
Release Notes: The new mdassemble command was added. RAID6 is now supported. The RebuildFinished event is generated when rebuild finishes. Various compilation fixes were made.