[OpenAFS] Re: [OpenAFS-announce] OpenAFS 1.5.14 release available
Fri, 19 Jan 2007 15:26:26 -0500
Does the windows 1.5.14 not include the intergrated login pts group
On Fri, Jan 19, 2007 at 02:10:11PM -0500, Derrick J Brashear wrote:
> The OpenAFS Gatekeepers announce the availability of OpenAFS
> version 1.5.14. Source files and available binaries can be
> accessed via the web at:
> or via AFS at:
> UNIX: /afs/grand.central.org/software/openafs/1.5.14/
> UNC: \\afs\grand.central.org\software\openafs\1.5.14\
> Microsoft Windows:
> For Microsoft Windows users, 1.5.14 is the latest recommended release
> * CIFS corrections: browsing directories with only lookup privilege, and
> read-only files can no longer be deleted accidently.
> * PAGs are now registered as a single large group when possible.
> * Configure tests for the Linux kernel try harder to notice errors.
> * The cred pool has been removed to avoid a deadlock.
> * The s390x system call table can now be hooked.
> * system call table hooking now uses improved range checking.
> * Locking is now tracked by thread in the client.
> * New interfaces in Solaris 10 are used when possible.
> MacOS X:
> * The AFS mount entry shows more synthetic free disk space.
> All UNIX platforms:
> * Split cache (devoted space for read write or read only volume data in
> the cache) has been improved.
> All platforms:
> * Server fake IP address support has been fixed.
> * A server crash when AFS 3.4 jumbograms are received is fixed.
> * Dead (expired) token handling in the client has been improved.
> * pts chown and rename crashes have been fixed.
> * asetkey builds with Heimdal.
> * afsdb support in the client has been made more robust across address
> * A bug in 1.5.13 vos release which can leave unused files around is fixed.
> * The vldb_check tool can now do repairs.
> * The fileserver's handling of expired tokens has been improved.
> * A crash in butc has been fixed.
> Please assist the gatekeepers by deploying this release and providing
> positive or negative feedback. Bug reports should be filed to
> firstname.lastname@example.org . Reports of success should be sent to
> email@example.com .
> Derrick Brashear
> for the OpenAFS Gatekeepers
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David William Botsch