[OpenAFS] Additional 1.6.10pre1 binaries available for testing
Thu, 21 Aug 2014 20:25:09 +0200
Additional binaries for the first 1.6.10 prerelease are now available =
the following platforms:
OpenSUSE 12.3, 13.1, factory, tumbleweed
SUSE Linux Enterprise 11 SP2, 11 SP3
Solaris 10 (x86 only) and 11 (x86 and SPARC)
and can be accessed through the link/paths given in the announcement.
Thanks are due to Andrew Deason for providing the Solaris builds and
to Christof Hanke for the SUSE ones.
On Aug 18, 2014, at 22:02 , Stephan Wiesand wrote:
> The OpenAFS 1.6 Release Team announces that the first 1.6.10 release =
> 1.6.10pre1 has been tagged in the OpenAFS source repository, available =
> as tag: openafs-stable-1_6_10pre1 .
> Source files and available binaries can be accessed via the web at:
> or via AFS at:
> UNIX: /afs/grand.central.org/software/openafs/candidate/1.6.10pre1/
> UNC: \\afs\grand.central.org\software\openafs\candidate\1.6.10pre1\
> Binaries are available for Fedora 19/20 and RHEL 5/6 thanks to Stephen =
> For other platforms, they will be uploaded as they become available.
> Besides many other fixes and enhancements, this release candidate =
> following changes:
> * volscan(8), a swiss army knife utility for gathering information =
> volume content efficiently on the fileserver hosting it, was added.
> * The client now reports just under 2 TiB free space in /afs. =
> it reported 9 GiB on most platforms, which could cause problems =
> software checking for sufficient free space before attempting to =
> files larger than that.
> * Client support for Linux kernels up to at least 3.16
> * Support for FreeBSD 9.3 and 10.1
> For the full list of user visible changes foreseen for 1.6.10, please =
> There is a known issue with out-of-tree builds. This is being worked =
> and the final solution will be included in the 1.6.10 release.
> Please assist us by deploying this prerelease and providing positive =
> negative feedback. Bug reports should be filed to =
> Reports of success should be sent to email@example.com .
> 1.6 releases are no longer targeting MS Windows.
> Stephan Wiesand, 1.6 Branch Release Manager
> for the OpenAFS Release Team