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== storaged replaces udisks2 ==
 
== storaged replaces udisks2 ==

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storaged replaces udisks2

The udisks2 package provides dynamic storage management functionality to legacy Fedora systems. Most prominently, desktop environments like GNOME udisks to handle removable media, such as USB thumb drives, via a dbus interface.

Because udisks2 does not support more complex storage technologies such as LVM or iSCSI, it is being replaced in Fedora 25 by storaged, an enhanced fork of the udisks project. storaged is a drop-in replacement for udisks2, and the additional functionality allows administrators to use software like Cockpit in Fedora Server to manage these advanced storage resources.

Detailed information on the storaged project is available from the upstream site at https://storaged.org .