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File Date Author Commit
 Documentation 2014-08-17 Mark Ruijter Mark Ruijter [f33dbc] Fix the zero-copy code and make btier work with...
 cli 2015-01-22 Mark Ruijter Mark Ruijter [47a2fe] btier_setup manual and other cleanup's for 2.0
 in-tree 2014-08-17 Mark Ruijter Mark Ruijter [c3e46b] Fix the kernel config so that it enables tiger ...
 kernel 2015-03-03 Mark Ruijter Mark Ruijter [251f04] Disable the UUID check that fails when the devi...
 man 2015-01-22 Mark Ruijter Mark Ruijter [47a2fe] btier_setup manual and other cleanup's for 2.0
 rc 2013-07-02 Mark Ruijter Mark Ruijter [6dab51] Added an initscript to support SLES11
 tools 2014-01-27 Mark Ruijter Mark Ruijter [c9b454] Introduce BIO base IO when real devices are used
 COPYING 2013-06-21 Mark Ruijter Mark Ruijter [ea8233] Initial checkin of bleeding edge code
 ChangeLog 2015-03-03 Mark Ruijter Mark Ruijter [bfa2e3] changelog
 FAQ 2013-07-01 Mark Ruijter Mark Ruijter [f28de1] Added spec file and renamed some other files
 Makefile 2014-09-01 Mark Ruijter Mark Ruijter [4dd894] Restore Makefile
 README 2013-07-01 Mark Ruijter Mark Ruijter [f28de1] Added spec file and renamed some other files
 TODO 2013-06-21 Mark Ruijter Mark Ruijter [ea8233] Initial checkin of bleeding edge code
 compile.warns 2013-06-21 Mark Ruijter Mark Ruijter [ea8233] Initial checkin of bleeding edge code
 patch-in-tree.sh 2013-06-21 Mark Ruijter Mark Ruijter [ea8233] Initial checkin of bleeding edge code

Read Me

The easiest way to install btier is to make sure that 
kernel sources have been installed on the system and
to simply type : make in the directory where you unpacked
the btier sources.

However it is also possible to patch your kernel sources
so that they contain btier. In this case 'make menuconfig'
will show btier as an option under:
Device drivers ->Block devices

To patch your kernel sources so that you can build btier
in-tree use patch-in-tree.sh as follows:

./patch-in-tree.sh /usr/src/linux-3.8

Change /usr/src/linux-3.8 to the path where your kernel
sources reside.

To build only the btier_setup cli:
make clionly

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