Accepted nfs-utils 1:1.0.10-4 (source)
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Tue Nov 14 23:51:43 GMT 2006
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Date: Tue, 14 Nov 2006 22:51:40 +0000
Binary: nfs-kernel-server, nhfsstone, nfs-common
Maintainer: Anibal Monsalve Salazar <anibal at debian.org>
Changed-By: Tollef Fog Heen <tfheen at canonical.com>
Closes: 377685 378686 381366 384552 385377 386116 386117 392276 394810 394916 396344
nfs-utils (1:1.0.10-4) unstable; urgency=low
* README.Debian.nfsv4 updates.
* Document how to mount using GSS; previously, we only documented server
* Change the section about setclientid in the light of the new util-linux
* Fix a grammatical error in the exports(5) man page; patch from Joey
Schultze. (Closes: #396344)
nfs-utils (1:1.0.10-3) unstable; urgency=low
* Copy the do_modprobe() definition from nfs-kernel-server.init to
nfs-common.init, fixing spurious warnings when running a non-modular
kernel. (Closes: #394810)
* Wrap README.Debian.nfsv4 at 80 columns. (Closes: #394916)
* In README.Debian.nfsv4, added a note about /etc/hosts entries containing
non-global IP addresses.
nfs-utils (1:1.0.10-2) unstable; urgency=low
* Remove leftover log file from the .diff.gz.
* Build package with -O2; it got lost somewhere along the way.
* Replace - by \- in man pages (exports, nfsstat, showmount) where
* Add Required-Stop to the nfs-common and nfs-kernel-server init script
blocks to match the Required-Start directives.
* Finally remove DH_VERBOSE=1 from debian/rules.
* Add a reference to Trond Myklebust's client patch sets in
* Handle issues with the nfs entries missing in /etc/services. (Closes:
* Depend on netbase (>= 4.24), to make sure we have a version that has the
entries in the first place.
* Document that the entries might be missing still in README.Debian.nfsv4
(in case the user refused to replace a modified version of
/etc/services), and that they might need re-adding.
* Make the init script check that the lines are there before starting
rpc.gssd, and refer to the README otherwise.
nfs-utils (1:1.0.10-1) unstable; urgency=low
* New upstream release.
* Fixes issues with missing write_oid() function. (Closes: #386117)
* Drop versioned dependency on libnfsidmap1, now that libnfsidmap-dev has
fixed shlibs. This makes it possible to build against libnfsidmap2.
* Update README.Debian.nfsv4.
* Remove the part about a patched mount; the NFSv4 patch has been enabled
in mount for some time.
* Note that the special export structure might go away in the future.
* Note that you will need idmapd and possibly gssd/svcgssd enabled.
nfs-utils (1:1.0.9-12) unstable; urgency=low
* Really remove dependency on sysvinit.
nfs-utils (1:1.0.9-11) unstable; urgency=low
* In the exports man page, document that there might be sensitive non-root
gids as well as uids, for instance gid staff. (Closes: #385377)
* Remove unnecessary dependency on sysvinit, in line with the Ubuntu
* Change the versioned build-dependency on librpcsecgss-dev (>= 0.14-2)
to a build-conflict on 0.14-1, as that is the only version, and it's
easier for backports and other distributions without the new version of
nfs-utils (1:1.0.9-10) unstable; urgency=low
* The -n option (short option for --no-tcp) to rpc.mountd was set
to take a parameter, even though --no-tcp doesn't take any, the
parameter is never used and the help doesn't mention any. Remove
the colon after 'n' in the getopt string to fix it.
* Add a versioned dependency from nfs-common to libnfsidmap1 (>= 0.16-3)
temporarily, to work around #384688.
nfs-utils (1:1.0.9-9) unstable; urgency=medium
* Patched svc_socket.c to define __bzero only on ia64.
nfs-utils (1:1.0.9-8) unstable; urgency=medium
* In the init scripts, don't attempt to use pid files; the daemons don't
leave them, and --make-pidfile gives wrong pid files since all the daemons
fork by themselves. Thus, multiple invocations of "start" could leave
multiple daemons lying around, which could cause all sorts of problems.
nfs-utils (1:1.0.9-7) unstable; urgency=low
* New sourceful upload to force rebuild against librpcsecgss3, to get all
architectures in sync and make sure rpc.gssd actually has a proper library
to link against.
* Build-depend against librpcsecgss-dev (>= 0.14-2), since that's when
the package name bump happened.
nfs-utils (1:1.0.9-6) unstable; urgency=low
* Enable idmapd by default if we find an /etc/exports file, as NFSv4 exports
need idmapd. (See the init script for the complete reasoning). Also start
nfs-common on initial installation of nfs-kernel-server, as we don't want
to reboot or restart nfs-common manually just to get idmapd working the
first time. (Closes: #381366)
nfs-utils (1:1.0.9-5) unstable; urgency=low
* Put rpc.svcgssd back into place; removing it was obviously not what
upstream intended to do after all. (Closes: #378686)
* Add rpc.svcgssd to nfs-kernel-server.install.
* Add the svcgssd(8) man page, as well as the rpc.svcgssd(8) symlink.
* Add NEED_SVCGSSD and RPCSECGSSDOPTS options to nfs-kernel-server.default.
* Start and rpc.svcgssd in the nfs-kernel-server init script. Currently,
no autodetection is done; you'll need to enable it manually. (We can't
start it regardless, since it bombs out if there is no adequate nfs/*
entry in the keytab.)
* Remove obsolete RPCGSSDOPTS option from the nfs-kernel-server init script.
nfs-utils (1:1.0.9-4) unstable; urgency=low
* Remove versioned dependency on coreutils, as we don't use it indirectly,
only via ucf (so the dependency should be there). This makes the package
somewhat easier to backport to sarge.
* Remove the word "Debian" from our patch against the exports(5) man page,
as Debian is not the only distribution using these packages.
nfs-utils (1:1.0.9-3) unstable; urgency=low
* Don't automatically assume that the kernel is modular if /sbin/modprobe
is available, check for /proc/modules as well; patch from Nicolas
Trecourt. (Closes: #377685)
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