Release Notes: A race condition on Windows was fixed in the BPlus Tree directory lookups, which could result in either an incorrect FID lookup or a crash. A race condition in directory update synchronization for Windows was fixed. Sequential ordering of requests has been added to request synchronization on Windows. This will significantly reduce the problem of CIFS/SMB client timeouts due to multiple simultaneous asynchronous I/O requests being issued by Microsoft Office applications (and others). A fileserver locking issue that applies to all platforms has been fixed.
Release Notes: This release fixes a crash in the B+ Tree code that occurred when a file rename only resulted in a change of case.
Release Notes: Mac OS X Leopard support has been added. Solaris 10 update 4 is now supported. Linux kernels through 2.6.24 are known to work. A large number of fileserver bugs and usability issues have been addressed.
Release Notes: OpenAFS 1.4.0 adds large file support in Unix and Unix-like clients and in servers. Kerberos 5 integration has been improved. aklog now ships with OpenAFS 1.4.0. Several new operating system versions are now supported, including Solaris 10 on both SPARC and Intel.
Release Notes: Bugfixes and cleanups for all platforms. The Windows version is now considered stable. volserver has been added. Large files (>2Gb) are supported on systems with large file support, although HP-UX has not been verified for this.
Release Notes: This release fixes an integer overflow and a potential null pointer dereference in the file server during heavy connection turnover.
Release Notes: The file server has been fixed to avoid an integer overflow error and a potential null pointer dereference during times of heavy connection turnover, triggered by some Windows client versions.
Release Notes: The Windows client is fixed to be ready for XP SP2. This version of the Windows client is considered the current stable client. All Unix clients were updated as milestones for the 1.4 release. Large files (>2GB) are now supported.
Release Notes: This fixes a bug in 1.2.10 and all prior versions where all database services lost quorum after 2^30 seconds since January 1, 1970.
Release Notes: Client disk cache blocks now use fine grained locking. AIX 5.x, FreeBSD 5.x and HP-UX 11.23 support is included. A Java helper library is now built. The threaded volserver is now included but not compiled or installed by default. Sysname list functionality has been corrected and enhanced. Large file support is included but not compiled in by default. System-independent translation of errors for wire transport between compatible releases is now provided.