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authorSteve McIntyre <steve.mcintyre@linaro.org>2016-03-24 17:50:51 +0000
committerSteve McIntyre <steve.mcintyre@linaro.org>2016-03-24 17:50:51 +0000
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+Source: vland
+Section: net
+Priority: extra
+Maintainer: Steve McIntyre <93sam@debian.org>
+Standards-Version: 3.9.6
+X-Python-Version: 2.7
+Build-Depends: debhelper (>= 9.0.0), dh-python,
+ python | python-all | python-dev | python-all-dev,
+ python-setuptools (>= 3)
+Homepage: http://www.linaro.org/projects/test-validation/
+
+Package: vland
+Architecture: all
+Depends: postgresql, postgresql-client, postgresql-common, ${python:Depends}, ${misc:Depends}
+Recommends: fonts-inconsolata
+Description: VLAN management daemon
+ VLANd is a python program intended to make it easy to manage
+ port-based VLAN setups across multiple switches in a network. It is
+ designed to be vendor-agnostic, with a clean pluggable driver API to
+ allow for a wide range of different switches to be controlled
+ together.
+ .
+ Various of the switch vendors have management applications available
+ which should be able to do a similar job, but they're typically not
+ scriptable, or locked to only control their own vendor's
+ equipment. VLANd is designed (and hoped!) to be better. We've found
+ that other network management programs also exist, but either they
+ don't manage VLANs in the way we want or they depend on large
+ frameworks like Openstack.
+ .
+ VLANd is designed to augment Linaro's LAVA hardware and software
+ testing infrastructure, but is hoped also to be useful as a standalone
+ tool.