Stratis is currently designed as initrd capable, but also will have a running daemon to do monitoring and support a DBus API. Given this, what is the recommendation for the best way for it to interact with LVM?
This has several interconnected facets:
* How does Stratis interact with LVM -- lvm-dbus, libblockdev, or do cmdline wrapping/parsing itself?
* How does Stratis receive and parse LVM (and DM?) errors with the granularity it needs to take appropriate action, or to convert the error into a Stratis-specific error message?
* How should Stratis listen for events? Use dmeventd, maybe with a new plugin? Does LVM have its own conditions that Stratis would need to check/poll for?
Overall, just looking for a recommendation on how best to achieve this level of support, and to fill in which pieces are there today vs. still needing development.
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