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Recommended update for nfs-client (8475)
Bugs: 844015, 832264, 802823, 834164, 841971
Applies to:Package(s): nfs-client nfs-doc nfs-kernel-server nfs-utils nfs-utils-debuginfo nfs-utils-debugsource
SLE 11 SP2 DEBUGINFO
SUSE Linux Enterprise Desktop 11 SP2
SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 11 SP2 for VMware
SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 11 SP2
Every user should update.
This update for nfs-utils provides the following fixes:
- Fix decoding of octal encoded fields in idmapd. (bnc#802823)
- Improve support for GSS security negotiation with old servers. (bnc#844015)
- Correctly handle sub-directory exports from file systems with 64-bit inode numbers. (bnc#841971)
- Ensure ldconfig cache is updated when libraries exist on NFS mounted file system. (bnc#834164)
- Make it easy to enable NFSv4.1 support on server. (bnc#832264)
This update is provided as a set of RPM packages that can easily be installed onto a running system by using the YaST online update module. Please install the update.
|nfs-client-1.2.3-18.33.1.x86_64.rpm||193.0 KB (197704)||2013-12-05 11:50:56|
|nfs-kernel-server-1.2.3-18.33.1.x86_64.rpm||112.1 KB (114812)||2013-12-05 11:50:58|
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