Release Notes: Support for HP-UX 11i and 11.22 was added. Support for Linux on AMD Opteron was added. Several race conditions in the fileserver which could result in crashes, deadlocks, and unclean shutdowns have been fixed. The Solaris client was modified for use with current kernel jumbo patches. The Mac OS client was modified to support Disk Arbitration. The Linux client was modified to support Process Authentication Group garbage collection and to preclude shutting down the cache manager while AFS is still mounted.
Release Notes: The Linux client includes works with newer kernels and the file creation problems in 2.2 series kernels was fixed. A dentry caching change was made, and a new sysctl interface added. The Solaris client now forks instead of using the deprecated newproc for the Rx listener, and allows a shutdown and restart. The Darwin client no longer panics during unlink operations. Several generic client issues were also fixed, as well as a file server issue caused looping when clearing host callbacks.
Release Notes: The Linux client has several fixes including masking signals in afsd system call helpers, holding signals while user processes are blocking in AFS calls, and dealing with events occurring before they are slept for. Other ports have minor bugfixes.
Release Notes: A fix to prevent the Linux client from oopsing when stat()ing a large number of directories, Rx MTU calculation fixes for Irix, Solaris and Linux, and dynamic root (/afs) support for all Unix versions added.
Release Notes: OpenAFS is now built using configure. AFSDB support has been enabled by default. RedHat Linux 7.1 SMP kernel support now works.
Release Notes: Updates for Windows NT and 2000 including LANA number no longer needing to be set, integrated logon fixes, and fixes to how tokens are bound to users so Windows 2000 particularly should no longer lose tokens.
Release Notes: New binary releases including Darwin and Windows NT, fixes to the cache manager for Linux, ubik changes to fix problems from clone server support integration, fileserver correctly deals with a client changing IP addresses, and miscellaneous bugfixes.