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Re: [Nbd] 3.12 released


On Sunday 08 November 2015 13:04:17 Wouter Verhelst wrote:
> Hi all,
> I just released nbd 3.12.
> The following changes exist in this release:
> - The remainder of oldstyle was removed. This results in:
>   - inetd mode should work again, now using the default export name in the
>     newstyle protocol
>   - when specifying an export on the server command line or not specifying
>     a name on a client command line, the newstyle protocol is used with
>     the default export name (but a warning will be produced stating that
>     oldstyle is no longer supported)
>   - All traces of oldstyle (except a few error messages) have been removed
> - Bug fixes:
>   - We now listen on IPv4 and IPv6 by default, regardless of what the
>     system's configuration is like, by explicitly listening both on
> and ::.
>   - Some bugs in the handling of the TRIM command have been removed
>   - nbd-client now uses readit() in the negotiation, rather than plain
>     non-retrying read().
> - New features:
>   - It is now possible to listen on multiple addresses; the "listenaddr"
>     parameter has been changed into a comma-separated list of addresses
>     to listen on
>   - nbd-client now supports an nbdtab file, which allows connecting a
>     device by just using the device name
>   - nbd-server now uses a GThreadPool to implement asynchronous handling
>     of requests
>   - Punching holes on files is now supported on cygwin, too.
> Get it at the usual place.
> NOTE: while preparing this release, I accidentally removed
> nbd-3.11.tar.gz from the nbd-3.11 directory. I found a nbd-3.11 file
> that I still had lying around, and *think* it's the same file with the
> same checksum, but I have no way to check, so for now I'm going to leave
> it removed.
> If that's causing issues for someone, and that someone does have a copy
> of the original, that'd be welcome. If not, meh.

This doesn't compile here. It seems 'nbdtab.5.in.sgml' is missing?

	make[2]: *** No rule to make target 'nbdtab.5.in.sgml', needed by 'nbdtab.5.sh.in'.  Stop.

Best Regards,


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