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  •  05 Jan 2009 21:33
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    Release Notes: This release fixes compilation on more recent FreeBSD systems and incorrect filesystem size reporting when using Solaris as an NFS server.

    •  15 Jul 2008 17:33
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      Release Notes: This release fixes a problem where a Solaris client was unable to remove a directory with rm -r if the directory was sufficiently full and READDIR and REMOVE operations were run concurrently.

      •  05 Dec 2007 21:30
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        Release Notes: This release fixes LOOKUP permission reporting for execute-only directories. It also improves support for clients that do open() and fchmod(..., 0) followed by read or write operations.

        •  26 Nov 2007 21:49
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          Release Notes: This release fixes auxiliary group support and changing the ownership of symbolic links.

          •  04 Sep 2007 20:19
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            Release Notes: This release fixes possible problems with Solaris 10 clients and adds an option to test the syntax of the exports file. It is also now possible to instruct the daemon to write a PID file.

            •  22 Jan 2007 15:24
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              Release Notes: The server can now be compiled and run on the Windows platform. Several minor permission handling bugs were fixed. The server now supports the anonuid and anongid export options.

              •  04 Nov 2006 23:11
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                Release Notes: This release adds support for the "secure" and "insecure" export options that control whether mounting from source ports above 1023 is allowed. The daemon was also made more resistent against RPC and XDR failures.

                •  19 Aug 2006 19:36
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                  Release Notes: This release changes the server to only accept mount requests from source ports below 1024.

                  •  09 Jul 2006 20:45
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                    Release Notes: This release relaxes attribute checking to allow clients to use the SET_TO_SERVER_TIME flag when creating file system objects.

                    •  09 Sep 2005 19:18
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                      Release Notes: This release adds support for the CREATE EXCLUSIVE procedure call, which is needed for running some programs (OpenOffice, for example) off unfs3 exported filesystems.

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