Release Notes: The signal handlers and timers have been rewritten. Various portability issues have been fixed. IPv6 support has been improved. Service config reporting has been improved. The configuration parser has been reworked.
Release Notes: This release fixes several bugs that resulted in core dumps, updates configuration files, fixes a DOS bug, and improves handling of IPv4 mapped IPv6 addresses.
Release Notes: A number of memory leaks were fixed. A command-line option not to fork was added so that xinetd can be run from init. Major bugs in the reload config handlers were fixed. File descriptor leaks on reload were fixed. A double free in the retry logic was fixed. Looping problems for UDP when access control rejects the packet were fixed. The memory footprint of xinetd was reduced.
Release Notes: This release fixes memory leaks introduced in 2.3.10, makes tcpmux work again, corrects bind directives in the defaults section, and adds numerous code cleanups.
Release Notes: A fix for a bug that disables services on reconfig, a fix for a bug that leads to "out of descriptors message", cleanups for memory leaks, improved descriptor management, new syslog facilities, corrections for some portability issues, a fix for a bug in the consistency check, and correction of an internal services problem with tcp_wrappers.
Release Notes: Bugs in the parser were fixed. Service names can now be used rather than port numbers. Problems in access controls were fixed. Time service output is now in network byte order. tcpmux was updated. A race which occurred if only 1 wait service was specified was fixed.