ISC DHCP 4.1-ESV-R9c1 is now available
sar at isc.org
Wed Jan 29 00:12:33 UTC 2014
ISC DHCP 4.1-ESV-R9rc1 is now available for download.
This is the first release candidate of 4.1-ESV-R9, a maintenance release
for 4.1-ESV. A list of the changes in this release has been appended to
the end of this message. For a complete list of changes from any previous
release, please consult the RELNOTES file within the source
distribution, or on our website:
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Changes since 4.1-ESV-R9b1
- Tidy up receive packet processing.
Thanks to Brad Plank of GTA for reporting the issue and suggesting
a possible patch.
Changes since 4.1-ESV-R8
- Modify the server code to only prohibit the administrator from configuring
some options in the dhcp universe instead of all universes.
- Address static analysis warnings.
[ISC-Bugs #33510] [ISC-Bugs #33511]
- Silence benign static analysis warnings.
- Add check for 64-bit package for atf.
- Use newer auto* tool packages and turn on RFC_3542 support on Mac OS.
- Remove a variable when it isn't being used due to #ifdefs to avoid
a compiler warning on Solaris using GCC.
- Add a check for too much whitespace in a config or lease file.
Thanks to Paolo Pellegrino for finding the issue and a suggestion
for the patch.
- Added a sleep call after killing the old client to allow time
for the sockets to be cleaned. This should allow the -r option
to work more consistently.
- Missing files for ISC DHCP Developer's Guide are now included in
the release tarballs. To generate this documentation, please use
make devel command in doc directory. [ISC-Bugs #32767]
- Update client script for use with openwrt.
- Fix the socket handling for DHCPv6 clients to allow multiple instances
of a client on a single machine to work properly. Previously only
one client would receive the packets. Thanks to Jiri Popelka at Red Hat
for the bug report and a potential patch.
- Enhance the DHCPv6 server logging to include the addresses that are assigned
to the clients. This can be enabled by defining LOG_V6_ADDRESSES in site.h.
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