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authorEd Maste <emaste@FreeBSD.org>2020-03-09 20:46:43 +0000
committerEd Maste <emaste@FreeBSD.org>2020-03-09 20:46:43 +0000
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retire amd(8)
autofs was introduced with FreeBSD 10.1 and is the supported method for automounting filesystems. As of r296194 the amd man page claimed that it is deprecated. Remove it from base now; the sysutils/am-utils port is still available if necessary. Discussed with: cy Relnotes: Yes Sponsored by: The FreeBSD Foundation
Notes
Notes: svn path=/head/; revision=358821
-rw-r--r--Makefile.inc15
-rw-r--r--ObsoleteFiles.inc22
-rw-r--r--UPDATING5
-rw-r--r--contrib/amd/AUTHORS427
-rw-r--r--contrib/amd/BUGS303
-rw-r--r--contrib/amd/COPYING32
-rw-r--r--contrib/amd/ChangeLog13085
-rw-r--r--contrib/amd/FAQ69
-rw-r--r--contrib/amd/FREEBSD-Xlist268
-rw-r--r--contrib/amd/FREEBSD-upgrade103
-rw-r--r--contrib/amd/INSTALL370
-rw-r--r--contrib/amd/MIRRORS.html106
-rw-r--r--contrib/amd/MIRRORS.txt60
-rw-r--r--contrib/amd/NEWS1567
-rw-r--r--contrib/amd/README104
-rw-r--r--contrib/amd/README.attrcache129
-rw-r--r--contrib/amd/README.ldap57
-rw-r--r--contrib/amd/README.y2k26
-rw-r--r--contrib/amd/amd/am_ops.c484
-rw-r--r--contrib/amd/amd/amd.8412
-rw-r--r--contrib/amd/amd/amd.c584
-rw-r--r--contrib/amd/amd/amd.h923
-rw-r--r--contrib/amd/amd/amfs_auto.c174
-rw-r--r--contrib/amd/amd/amfs_direct.c106
-rw-r--r--contrib/amd/amd/amfs_error.c147
-rw-r--r--contrib/amd/amd/amfs_generic.c1255
-rw-r--r--contrib/amd/amd/amfs_host.c710
-rw-r--r--contrib/amd/amd/amfs_link.c129
-rw-r--r--contrib/amd/amd/amfs_linkx.c109
-rw-r--r--contrib/amd/amd/amfs_nfsl.c241
-rw-r--r--contrib/amd/amd/amfs_nfsx.c507
-rw-r--r--contrib/amd/amd/amfs_program.c207
-rw-r--r--contrib/amd/amd/amfs_root.c95
-rw-r--r--contrib/amd/amd/amfs_toplvl.c319
-rw-r--r--contrib/amd/amd/amfs_union.c128
-rw-r--r--contrib/amd/amd/amq_subr.c596
-rw-r--r--contrib/amd/amd/amq_svc.c310
-rw-r--r--contrib/amd/amd/autil.c800
-rw-r--r--contrib/amd/amd/clock.c240
-rw-r--r--contrib/amd/amd/conf.c1473
-rw-r--r--contrib/amd/amd/conf_parse.y154
-rw-r--r--contrib/amd/amd/conf_tok.l189
-rw-r--r--contrib/amd/amd/get_args.c440
-rw-r--r--contrib/amd/amd/info_exec.c422
-rw-r--r--contrib/amd/amd/info_file.c254
-rw-r--r--contrib/amd/amd/info_hesiod.c191
-rw-r--r--contrib/amd/amd/info_ldap.c592
-rw-r--r--contrib/amd/amd/info_ndbm.c140
-rw-r--r--contrib/amd/amd/info_nis.c447
-rw-r--r--contrib/amd/amd/info_nisplus.c309
-rw-r--r--contrib/amd/amd/info_passwd.c187
-rw-r--r--contrib/amd/amd/info_sun.c53
-rw-r--r--contrib/amd/amd/info_union.c144
-rw-r--r--contrib/amd/amd/map.c1098
-rw-r--r--contrib/amd/amd/mapc.c1258
-rw-r--r--contrib/amd/amd/mntfs.c410
-rw-r--r--contrib/amd/amd/nfs_prot_svc.c488
-rw-r--r--contrib/amd/amd/nfs_start.c457
-rw-r--r--contrib/amd/amd/nfs_subr.c1863
-rw-r--r--contrib/amd/amd/ops_TEMPLATE.c301
-rw-r--r--contrib/amd/amd/ops_cachefs.c256
-rw-r--r--contrib/amd/amd/ops_cdfs.c241
-rw-r--r--contrib/amd/amd/ops_efs.c171
-rw-r--r--contrib/amd/amd/ops_ext.c223
-rw-r--r--contrib/amd/amd/ops_lofs.c155
-rw-r--r--contrib/amd/amd/ops_lustre.c203
-rw-r--r--contrib/amd/amd/ops_mfs.c50
-rw-r--r--contrib/amd/amd/ops_nfs.c1092
-rw-r--r--contrib/amd/amd/ops_nfs3.c50
-rw-r--r--contrib/amd/amd/ops_nfs4.c50
-rw-r--r--contrib/amd/amd/ops_nullfs.c50
-rw-r--r--contrib/amd/amd/ops_pcfs.c222
-rw-r--r--contrib/amd/amd/ops_tfs.c50
-rw-r--r--contrib/amd/amd/ops_tmpfs.c192
-rw-r--r--contrib/amd/amd/ops_udf.c272
-rw-r--r--contrib/amd/amd/ops_ufs.c180
-rw-r--r--contrib/amd/amd/ops_umapfs.c50
-rw-r--r--contrib/amd/amd/ops_unionfs.c50
-rw-r--r--contrib/amd/amd/ops_xfs.c167
-rw-r--r--contrib/amd/amd/opts.c1560
-rw-r--r--contrib/amd/amd/readdir.c952
-rw-r--r--contrib/amd/amd/restart.c282
-rw-r--r--contrib/amd/amd/rpc_fwd.c474
-rw-r--r--contrib/amd/amd/sched.c300
-rw-r--r--contrib/amd/amd/srvr_amfs_auto.c205
-rw-r--r--contrib/amd/amd/srvr_nfs.c1075
-rw-r--r--contrib/amd/amd/sun2amd.892
-rw-r--r--contrib/amd/amd/sun2amd.c203
-rw-r--r--contrib/amd/amd/sun_map.c595
-rw-r--r--contrib/amd/amd/sun_map.h123
-rw-r--r--contrib/amd/amd/sun_map_parse.y492
-rw-r--r--contrib/amd/amd/sun_map_tok.l233
-rwxr-xr-xcontrib/amd/amd/test1.sh2
-rw-r--r--contrib/amd/amq/amq.8307
-rw-r--r--contrib/amd/amq/amq.c851
-rw-r--r--contrib/amd/amq/amq.h61
-rw-r--r--contrib/amd/amq/amq_clnt.c250
-rw-r--r--contrib/amd/amq/amq_xdr.c316
-rw-r--r--contrib/amd/amq/pawd.1111
-rw-r--r--contrib/amd/amq/pawd.c257
-rw-r--r--contrib/amd/aux_conf.h.in58
-rwxr-xr-xcontrib/amd/bootstrap64
-rw-r--r--contrib/amd/conf/checkmount/checkmount_bsd44.c76
-rw-r--r--contrib/amd/conf/fh_dref/fh_dref_freebsd22.h2
-rw-r--r--contrib/amd/conf/mtab/mtab_bsd.c143
-rw-r--r--contrib/amd/conf/nfs_prot/nfs_prot_freebsd2.h141
-rw-r--r--contrib/amd/conf/nfs_prot/nfs_prot_freebsd3.h204
-rw-r--r--contrib/amd/conf/sa_dref/sa_dref_bsd44.h6
-rw-r--r--contrib/amd/conf/transp/transp_sockets.c533
-rw-r--r--contrib/amd/conf/trap/trap_default.h3
-rw-r--r--contrib/amd/conf/umount/umount_bsd44.c117
-rw-r--r--contrib/amd/doc/am-utils.texi8745
-rw-r--r--contrib/amd/doc/stamp-vti4
-rw-r--r--contrib/amd/doc/texinfo.tex10079
-rw-r--r--contrib/amd/doc/version.texi4
-rw-r--r--contrib/amd/fixmount/fixmount.8216
-rw-r--r--contrib/amd/fixmount/fixmount.c599
-rw-r--r--contrib/amd/fsinfo/fsi_analyze.c668
-rw-r--r--contrib/amd/fsinfo/fsi_data.h234
-rw-r--r--contrib/amd/fsinfo/fsi_dict.c133
-rw-r--r--contrib/amd/fsinfo/fsi_gram.y414
-rw-r--r--contrib/amd/fsinfo/fsi_lex.l273
-rw-r--r--contrib/amd/fsinfo/fsi_util.c677
-rw-r--r--contrib/amd/fsinfo/fsinfo.8227
-rw-r--r--contrib/amd/fsinfo/fsinfo.c287
-rw-r--r--contrib/amd/fsinfo/fsinfo.h132
-rw-r--r--contrib/amd/fsinfo/null_gram.c1414
-rw-r--r--contrib/amd/fsinfo/null_gram.h56
-rw-r--r--contrib/amd/fsinfo/null_gram.y8
-rw-r--r--contrib/amd/fsinfo/null_lex.c1716
-rw-r--r--contrib/amd/fsinfo/null_lex.l9
-rw-r--r--contrib/amd/fsinfo/wr_atab.c330
-rw-r--r--contrib/amd/fsinfo/wr_bparam.c104
-rw-r--r--contrib/amd/fsinfo/wr_dumpset.c91
-rw-r--r--contrib/amd/fsinfo/wr_exportfs.c103
-rw-r--r--contrib/amd/fsinfo/wr_fstab.c337
-rw-r--r--contrib/amd/hlfsd/hlfsd.8380
-rw-r--r--contrib/amd/hlfsd/hlfsd.c921
-rw-r--r--contrib/amd/hlfsd/hlfsd.h156
-rw-r--r--contrib/amd/hlfsd/homedir.c806
-rw-r--r--contrib/amd/hlfsd/nfs_prot_svc.c245
-rw-r--r--contrib/amd/hlfsd/stubs.c529
-rw-r--r--contrib/amd/include/am_compat.h472
-rw-r--r--contrib/amd/include/am_defs.h1614
-rw-r--r--contrib/amd/include/am_utils.h536
-rw-r--r--contrib/amd/include/am_xdr_func.h1330
-rw-r--r--contrib/amd/include/amq_defs.h191
-rw-r--r--contrib/amd/include/mount_headers1.h224
-rw-r--r--contrib/amd/include/mount_headers2.h83
-rw-r--r--contrib/amd/include/nfs_common.h99
-rw-r--r--contrib/amd/ldap-id.ms306
-rw-r--r--contrib/amd/ldap-id.txt360
-rw-r--r--contrib/amd/ldap.schema52
-rw-r--r--contrib/amd/libamu/amu.h78
-rw-r--r--contrib/amd/libamu/hasmntopt.c114
-rw-r--r--contrib/amd/libamu/misc_rpc.c206
-rw-r--r--contrib/amd/libamu/mount_fs.c1496
-rw-r--r--contrib/amd/libamu/mtab.c246
-rw-r--r--contrib/amd/libamu/nfs_prot_xdr.c65
-rw-r--r--contrib/amd/libamu/strerror.c64
-rw-r--r--contrib/amd/libamu/strutil.c300
-rw-r--r--contrib/amd/libamu/wire.c574
-rw-r--r--contrib/amd/libamu/xdr_func.c3076
-rw-r--r--contrib/amd/libamu/xutil.c1167
-rw-r--r--contrib/amd/mk-amd-map/mk-amd-map.890
-rw-r--r--contrib/amd/mk-amd-map/mk-amd-map.c395
-rw-r--r--contrib/amd/scripts/Makefile.am49
-rw-r--r--contrib/amd/scripts/Makefile.in381
-rw-r--r--contrib/amd/scripts/am-eject.in53
-rw-r--r--contrib/amd/scripts/amd.conf-sample166
-rw-r--r--contrib/amd/scripts/amd.conf.51118
-rwxr-xr-xcontrib/amd/scripts/amd2ldif.in60
-rwxr-xr-xcontrib/amd/scripts/amd2sun.in51
-rw-r--r--contrib/amd/scripts/automount2amd.8116
-rwxr-xr-xcontrib/amd/scripts/automount2amd.in72
-rwxr-xr-xcontrib/amd/scripts/ctl-amd.in155
-rwxr-xr-xcontrib/amd/scripts/ctl-hlfsd.in116
-rw-r--r--contrib/amd/scripts/expn.11369
-rwxr-xr-xcontrib/amd/scripts/expn.in1369
-rwxr-xr-xcontrib/amd/scripts/fix-amd-map.in52
-rwxr-xr-xcontrib/amd/scripts/fixrmtab.in32
-rwxr-xr-xcontrib/amd/scripts/redhat-ctl-amd.in106
-rwxr-xr-xcontrib/amd/scripts/test-attrcache.in135
-rwxr-xr-xcontrib/amd/scripts/wait4amd.in45
-rwxr-xr-xcontrib/amd/scripts/wait4amd2die.in49
-rw-r--r--contrib/amd/tasks111
-rw-r--r--contrib/amd/vers.m41
-rw-r--r--contrib/amd/wire-test/wire-test.8110
-rw-r--r--contrib/amd/wire-test/wire-test.c124
-rw-r--r--libexec/rc/rc.d/Makefile6
-rwxr-xr-xlibexec/rc/rc.d/amd49
-rw-r--r--release/Makefile4
-rw-r--r--tools/build/mk/OptionalObsoleteFiles.inc24
-rw-r--r--tools/build/options/WITHOUT_AMD4
-rw-r--r--tools/build/options/WITH_AMD7
-rw-r--r--usr.sbin/Makefile1
-rw-r--r--usr.sbin/amd/Makefile13
-rw-r--r--usr.sbin/amd/Makefile.inc42
-rw-r--r--usr.sbin/amd/NOTES3
-rw-r--r--usr.sbin/amd/amd/Makefile82
-rw-r--r--usr.sbin/amd/amd/Makefile.depend22
-rw-r--r--usr.sbin/amd/amd/Makefile.depend.options6
-rw-r--r--usr.sbin/amd/amd/amd.map4
-rw-r--r--usr.sbin/amd/amq/Makefile19
-rw-r--r--usr.sbin/amd/amq/Makefile.depend22
-rw-r--r--usr.sbin/amd/fixmount/Makefile20
-rw-r--r--usr.sbin/amd/fixmount/Makefile.depend23
-rw-r--r--usr.sbin/amd/fsinfo/Makefile45
-rw-r--r--usr.sbin/amd/fsinfo/Makefile.depend23
-rw-r--r--usr.sbin/amd/hlfsd/Makefile18
-rw-r--r--usr.sbin/amd/hlfsd/Makefile.depend22
-rw-r--r--usr.sbin/amd/include/Makefile29
-rw-r--r--usr.sbin/amd/include/Makefile.depend11
-rw-r--r--usr.sbin/amd/include/amu_autofs_prot.h8
-rw-r--r--usr.sbin/amd/include/amu_nfs_prot.h1
-rw-r--r--usr.sbin/amd/include/aux_conf.h72
-rw-r--r--usr.sbin/amd/include/build_version.h8
-rw-r--r--usr.sbin/amd/include/config.h2443
-rw-r--r--usr.sbin/amd/include/newvers.sh34
-rw-r--r--usr.sbin/amd/libamu/Makefile38
-rw-r--r--usr.sbin/amd/libamu/Makefile.depend17
-rw-r--r--usr.sbin/amd/mk-amd-map/Makefile15
-rw-r--r--usr.sbin/amd/mk-amd-map/Makefile.depend22
-rw-r--r--usr.sbin/amd/pawd/Makefile19
-rw-r--r--usr.sbin/amd/pawd/Makefile.depend22
-rw-r--r--usr.sbin/amd/scripts/Makefile7
-rw-r--r--usr.sbin/amd/scripts/Makefile.depend11
-rw-r--r--usr.sbin/amd/wire-test/Makefile15
-rw-r--r--usr.sbin/amd/wire-test/Makefile.depend22
-rw-r--r--usr.sbin/newsyslog/newsyslog.conf.d/Makefile4
230 files changed, 29 insertions, 101999 deletions
diff --git a/Makefile.inc1 b/Makefile.inc1
index f4cee70ee15c..2006dde4b046 100644
--- a/Makefile.inc1
+++ b/Makefile.inc1
@@ -2284,11 +2284,6 @@ _basic_bootstrap_tools+=sbin/sysctl bin/chflags
# mkfifo is used by sys/conf/newvers.sh
_basic_bootstrap_tools+=usr.bin/mkfifo
-.if ${MK_AMD} != "no"
-# unifdef is only used by usr.sbin/amd/libamu/Makefile
-_basic_bootstrap_tools+=usr.bin/unifdef
-.endif
-
.if ${MK_BOOT} != "no"
_basic_bootstrap_tools+=bin/dd
# xz/unxz is used by EFI
diff --git a/ObsoleteFiles.inc b/ObsoleteFiles.inc
index f49b799273fe..8f3c7859918c 100644
--- a/ObsoleteFiles.inc
+++ b/ObsoleteFiles.inc
@@ -36,6 +36,28 @@
# xargs -n1 | sort | uniq -d;
# done
+# 20200309: amd(8) retired
+OLD_FILES+=etc/amd.map
+OLD_FILES+=etc/newsyslog.conf.d/amd.conf
+OLD_FILES+=etc/rc.d/amd
+OLD_FILES+=usr/bin/pawd
+OLD_FILES+=usr/sbin/amd
+OLD_FILES+=usr/sbin/amq
+OLD_FILES+=usr/sbin/fixmount
+OLD_FILES+=usr/sbin/fsinfo
+OLD_FILES+=usr/sbin/hlfsd
+OLD_FILES+=usr/sbin/mk-amd-map
+OLD_FILES+=usr/sbin/wire-test
+OLD_FILES+=usr/share/examples/etc/amd.map
+OLD_FILES+=usr/share/man/man1/pawd.1.gz
+OLD_FILES+=usr/share/man/man5/amd.conf.5.gz
+OLD_FILES+=usr/share/man/man8/amd.8.gz
+OLD_FILES+=usr/share/man/man8/amq.8.gz
+OLD_FILES+=usr/share/man/man8/fixmount.8.gz
+OLD_FILES+=usr/share/man/man8/fsinfo.8.gz
+OLD_FILES+=usr/share/man/man8/hlfsd.8.gz
+OLD_FILES+=usr/share/man/man8/mk-amd-map.8.gz
+OLD_FILES+=usr/share/man/man8/wire-test.8.gz
# 20200301: bktr removed
OLD_DIRS+=usr/include/dev/bktr
OLD_FILES+=usr/include/dev/bktr/ioctl_bktr.h
diff --git a/UPDATING b/UPDATING
index def0d85b5250..404ca0c70e37 100644
--- a/UPDATING
+++ b/UPDATING
@@ -26,6 +26,11 @@ NOTE TO PEOPLE WHO THINK THAT FreeBSD 13.x IS SLOW:
disable the most expensive debugging functionality run
"ln -s 'abort:false,junk:false' /etc/malloc.conf".)
+20200309:
+ The amd(8) automount daemon has been removed from the source tree.
+ As of FreeBSD 10.1 autofs(5) is the preferred tool for automounting.
+ amd is still available in the sysutils/am-utils port.
+
20200301:
Removed brooktree driver (bktr.4) from the tree.
diff --git a/contrib/amd/AUTHORS b/contrib/amd/AUTHORS
deleted file mode 100644
index 1ae6dcd2d72e..000000000000
--- a/contrib/amd/AUTHORS
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,427 +0,0 @@
-PRIMARY AUTHORS AND MAJOR CONTRIBUTORS TO AM_UTILS:
-Original authors of amd were the Berkeley team and especially Jan-Simon
-Pendry. Since then many people have contributed patches.
-
-This file lists the ones who contributed major code changes, in no
-particular order, and I thank them all. This is of course not to diminish
-the smaller contributes of the many others. Thank you all.
-
-* Erez Zadok <ezk AT cs.sunysb.edu>
-
-The most significant changes were made by Erez Zadok in terms of bug fixes,
-ports, and new features added. Erez Zadok is the current maintainer of
-am-utils, as of January 1997.
-
-* Ion Badulescu <ion AT cs.columbia.edu>
-
-Co-maintainer of am-utils since late 1999: Linux and Solaris autofs support,
-Linux NFSv3 support, major code reorganization, etc...
-
-* Randall S. Winchester <rsw AT glue.umd.edu>
-
-May 7, 1997: contributed a special version of upl102 that included NFS V.3
-support. Some of the code was contributed by Christos Zoulas
-<christos AT deshaw.com>. I (Erez) ported these changes to am-utils.
-
-September 12, 1997: lots of small prototype cleanups and fixes to numerous
-files.
-
-January 27, 1998: support pid files in the amd.conf file. Provide base name
-for hesiod zone files. Always use /etc/amd.conf if exists.
-
-August 8, 1998: add detection support for NFS V.3 for NetBSD 1.3F.
-
-February 1, 1998: fixes for NetBSD to better detect its features.
-
-September 4, 1999: assorted fixes for NetBSD 1.4+.
-
-* Hannes Reinecke <hare AT MathI.UNI-Heidelberg.DE>
-
-Back in 1995, contributed code for linux. A new parser for file system
-specific options that only exist under linux.
-
-* Leif Johansson <leifj AT matematik.su.se>
-
-June 22, 1997: minor patch to ensure that systems without an RE library work.
-
-June 23, 1997: mount options should be properly comma limited.
-
-July 10, 1997: info_ldap.c and prototype changes to all map _init and _mtime
-functions. Contributed scripts/amd2ldif.pl.
-
-August 4, 1997: info_ldap.c fixes and adding two new amd.conf ldap
-variables: ldap_cache_seconds and ldap_cache_maxmem.
-
-* Andreas Stolcke <stolcke AT speech.sri.com>
-
-June 22, 1997: patches to ensure that proto= and vers= options work
-properly in mount tables and can be overridden. Later on, more code
-contribued to optimize the best combination of proto/vers.
-
-July 4, 1997: patches to get NFS V.3 working under irix5.
-
-September 9, 1997: initialize all fields of mntent_t structures to 0.
-
-October 2, 1997: don't log an RPC timeout as an error but only as an info
-message.
-
-December 19, 1997: detected an FMR (Free Memory Read) in amd/mntfs.c,
-uninit_mntfs().
-
-* Danny Braniss <danny AT cs.huji.ac.il>
-
-July, 6 1997: contributed patches to hesiod on bsdi3.
-
-* Tom Schmidt <tschmidt AT micron.com>
-
-July 10, 1997: Recommdation to include libgdbm if libc has no dbm_open.
-Patches for netgrp(host) command. Mods to aux/config.guess to recognize
-sun3.
-
-January 19, 1998: print correct -l option depending if system supports
-syslog and/or syslog facilities.
-
-January 29, 1998: fix for 0.0.0.0 loopback on SunOS 3.X which defines
-IFF_ROUTE instead of IFF_LOOPBACK.
-
-May 30, 2000: correct logging types for addopts/mergeopts messages.
-
-* Daniel S. Riley <dsr AT mail.lns.cornell.edu>
-
-July 11, 1997: fixes to DU-4.0 to support string POSIX.1 signals, and struct
-sockaddr with sa_len field.
-
-July 13, 1997: Move amd.conf parsing to before switch_option() on log/debug
-options. Minor type wrt "ro" option in libamu/mount_fs.c. Added more
-fillers of mnttab options, for acdirmax, acdirmin, acregmax, acregmin, noac,
-grpid, nosuid, and actimo.
-
-August 15, 1998: fix memory leak in processing of /defaults, and avoid
-accessing uninitialized memory in osf1.
-
-* Roman Hodek <Roman.Hodek AT informatik.uni-erlangen.de>
-
-July 23, 1997: Got lots of patches from the Debian Linux folks, who fixed
-several generic bugs, and one serious one for Linux. The latter involved
-using connected sockets for NFS mounts on kernels 1.3.10 and older. Roman's
-work is baed on amd-upl102, and work from Ian Murdock <imurdock AT debian.org>
-and Dominik Kubla <dominik AT debian.org>.
-
-* Rainer Orth <ro AT TechFak.Uni-Bielefeld.DE>
-
-August 6, 1997: assorted fixes to support hesiod-1.3, solaris 2.4 (which I
-already fixed but did not release yet), and support for $LDFLAGS at
-configure/compile time.
-
-February 24, 1998: lots of patches for ultrix 4.3 port.
-
-February 28, 1998: lots of documentation fixes!
-
-January 8, 1999: texi fixes, and more Ultrix 4.3 fixes, among others.
-
-January 11, 1999: hesiod_isup function. Fix format errors in dlog/plog.
-Remove obsolete or unnecessary files/macros. Don't report disabled file
-systems. More misc fixes.
-
-February 3, 1998: don't start autofs listener unless autofs maps were in
-use.
-
-December 10, 1999: assorted fixed and lots of fixes to support in-kernel
-mount tables in Solaris 8.
-
-February 9, 2000: new debug options hrtime (hi-res timer) and xdrtrace. bug
-fixes.
-
-* Jason Thorpe <thorpej AT nas.nasa.gov>
-
-August 25, 1997: make amd work when talking to NIS+ servers in NIS
-compatibility mode. Fix originally came from Matthieu Herrb
-<matthieu AT laas.fr>.
-
-* Chris Metcalf <metcalf AT catfish.lcs.mit.edu>
-
-August 29, 1997: patch to make amd use FQHN for NFS/RPC authentication,
-useful esp. for cross-domain NFS mounts.
-September 2, 1997: if plock() succeeded, don't display errno string.
-
-* Enami Tsugutomo <enami AT cv.sony.co.jp>
-
-September 4, 1997: don't ping remote servers with NFS V.3 always, but V.2,
-regardless of client's NFS version. (conf/transp/transp_sockets.c)
-
-* Dan Riley <dsr AT mail.lns.cornell.edu>
-
-September 19, 1997: make sure that amd works with more secure portmappers
-that do not allow forwarding of RPC messages to other services.
-
-* Wolfgang Rupprecht <wolfgang AT wsrcc.com>
-
-August 10, 1997: netbsd and other bsd systems have a mask flag for
-pcfs_args (msdos mount).
-
-* Christos Zoulas <christos AT zoulas.com>
-
-September 25, 1997: fix to initialize uid/gid fields of pcfs_args_t on
-netbsd.
-
-October 10, 1997: compile time cleanups of printf()s in hlfsd code. If nfs
-server is down or does not support a portmapper call, then mark it down as
-version 2, and try again later.
-
-November 29, 2002: compile fixes for NetBSD, a couple of bug fixes (one
-already fixed by maintainers)
-
-April 12, 2003: support new "unmount" option, useful to timeout removable
-local media mounts.
-
-October 12, 2004: patch to support two new amd.conf options, domain_strip
-and auto_attrcache. Patch to cleanup NFS attribute-cache flag computation.
-Patch to fix an inconsistency in timeouts in the RPC code between socket and
-TLI implementations. Patch to print version string (amd -v) after all
-options had been initialized, so we can print domain, host, and hostd.
-Linux patch to use umount2(2) if umount(2) fails.
-
-* Bill Paul <wpaul AT ctr.columbia.edu>
-
-November 5, 1997: NFS v.3 support for AIX 4.2.1, which does *not* include
-headers for this. Bill had to guess at the right structures, field names,
-sizes, alignment, etc.
-
-January 15, 1999: small ldap bug fixes.
-
-* Stefan Vogel <vogel AT physik-rzu.unizh.ch>
-
-November 14, 1997: typo in the subscription instructions to amd-dev.
-
-* Guntram Wolski <gwolsk AT sei.com>
-
-November 15, 1997: pointed out mismatching documentation for the -o option.
-
-* Michael Hucka <hucka AT eecs.umich.edu>
-
-January 11, 1997: pointed out reversed definition of NFS mount options vers
-and proto.
-
-* Albert Chin <china AT pprd.abbott.com>
-
-January 12, 1998: minor bug in output of amd -H.
-
-June 23, 2005: assortment of small compile bugs on aix4, and solaris 5/6/7.
-
-* Thomas Richter <richter AT chemie.fu-berlin.de>
-
-January 13, 1998: use case insensitive comparisons for variables that need
-it (such as all hostname related ones, and more).
-
-July 20, 1998: don't leak memory in the private version of yp_all (when
-vendor yp_all is bad).
-
-* Fred Korz <korz AT smarts.com>
-
-January 30, 1998: minor typo fixed to tftp example in am-utils.texi.
-
-* Donald Buczek <buczek AT MPIMG-Berlin-Dahlem.MPG.DE>
-
-March 6, 1998: correctly inherit existing NFS V.3 mounts upon restart.
-
-March 17, 1998: compare log file name and syslog string with correct length.
-
-March 20, 1998: do not close stdout in case it gets reused elsewhere and to
-allow startup script to redirect it. Set a temporary secure umask(0022)
-before writing log file and restore it afterwards.
-
-* Matthew Crosby <mcrosby AT ms.com>
-
-April 20, 1998: allow arbitrary number of interfaces in wire listing.
-
-* David O'Brien <obrien AT NUXI.com>
-
-September 4, 1998: bug fix to avoid overrunning hostname buffer, and minor
-amd.conf man page typo correction.
-
-September 22, 1999: use more secure vsnprintf in real_plog().
-
-* Danny Rathjens <dkr AT cs.fiu.edu>
-
-October 29, 1998: swap arguments to kill(2) in amd.c.
-
-* Mike Mitchell <mcm AT unx.sas.com>
-
-November 3, 1998: amd/nfs_subr.c (nfsproc_lookup_2_svc): try to avoid a race
-condition between unmounting and re-mounting an entry, by increasing the ttl
-of a looked up entry before unmounting it.
-
-* Douglas K. Rand" <rand AT aero.und.edu>
-
-December 3, 1998: case insensitive host name match for nfsl.
-
-* David Wolfskill <dhw AT whistle.com>
-January 28, 1999: don't turn on/off noconn option if it was already in that
-state.
-
-* Jeffrey C Honig <jch AT BSDI.COM>
-March 14, 1999: clean up more autogenerated files upon "make distclean".
-
-March 15, 1999: avoid overly verbose NIS warning even on systems that don't
-run NIS. On BSD systems, wire.c uses getifaddrs(), sysctl(), IRS routines,
-and more fixes. Numerous IP packet security fixes.
-
-March 16, 1999: documentation typos. new cdfs options. ufs structure
-detection for bsdi4.
-
-September 17, 1999: fixes to expn.
-
-* Paul Balyoz <pbalyoz AT sedona.ch.intel.com>
-March 26, 1999: ensure lostaltmail displays Y2K compliant dates.
-
-* Jon Peatfield <J.S.Peatfield AT damtp.cam.ac.uk>
-March 30, 1999: turn off incomplete NFS V.3 support in HPUX 10.20.
-
-September 22, 1999: safe reloading of maps without first clearing old
-copies, and using cached copies if map failed to reload.
-
-* Peter Breitenlohner <peb AT mppmu.mpg.de>
-July 24, 1999: patch for linux 2.2.x to work with older libc5 systems, and
-nis_isup mis-logic fixes.
-December 13, 2001: report typos in scripts/amd.conf.5.
-
-* Dale Talcott <aeh AT quest.cc.purdue.edu>
-July 26, 1999: added NFS3 support for AIX mounting.
-
-* Christophe Kalt <Christophe-Kalt AT deshaw.com>
-July 14, 1999: add netgrpd() syntax function which uses FQHN.
-
-* Andrew J. Korty <ajk AT purdue.edu>
-September 5, 1999: pawd works for type:=nfsl.
-
-* Nick Williams <njw AT ms.com>
-September 1, 1999: bug fix for incorrect symlinks when two locations are
-requested simultaneously.
-
-November 1, 1999: fixes to sync maps even if they are set to mapcache:=sync.
-
-January 19, 2000: fix (and reduce the incidence of) stale file handles when
-doing rapid mounts and umounts in succession.
-
-June 5, 2000: better handling of potential race-conditions during rapid
-u/mounts. Correctly update d_drops stats for amq -s.
-
-* Johann Pfefferl <johann.pfefferl.jp AT germany.agfa.com>
-November 16, 1999: fix to ldap code so repeated calls to string2he don't
-corrupt the string passed.
-
-* Amitha Perera <perera AT cs.rpi.edu>
-December 9, 1999: detect all wire() interfaces correctly.
-
-* Steven Danz <sdanz AT awc.kc.noaa.gov>
-January 25, 2000: allow browsable auto maps.
-
-* Wolfram Klaus <klaus AT physik.fu-berlin.de>.
-November 21, 2000: recognize proplist mnttab flag.
-
-* Thomas Klausner <tk AT giga.or.at>
-November 21, 2000: lots of NetBSD fixes (many of which are generic).
-
-April 18, 2003: patch to reference am-utils info pages in man page.
-
-November 28, 2004: small fixes to typos in amd.conf(5) man page.
-
-* Olaf Kirch <okir AT caldera.de>
-February 1, 2001: important Linux NFS error number mapping fixed
-
-* Ahmon Dancy <dancy AT franz.com>
-February 9, 2001: Apple Rhapsody/Darwin/OS X port
-
-* Sebastien Bahloul <sebastien.bahloul AT mangoosta.fr>
-July 3, 2001: LDAP fixes and updates to support new APIs
-
-March 27, 2002: LDAP bug and port to HPUX-11.
-
-* Philippe Troin <phil AT fifi.org>
-July 12, 2001: Proper handling of GNU getopt, support for optionally
-disabling LDAP/Hesiod, fixes for the dev/nodev option on Linux. Texi
-documentation fix.
-
-November 28, 2001: Bug fix. Support "nolock" as an NFS option, not a
-generic mount option.
-
-July 17, 2003: pref:=null core dump fix. libgdbm portability. tcpd/librap
-support. And a few other things for the 6.0 branch.
-
-* Trond Myklebust <trond.myklebust AT fys.uio.no>
-January 10, 2002: Proper initialization of the timeo parameter on Linux, TCP
-_must_ have a timeout 2 orders of magnitude larger than UDP
-
-* George Ross <gdmr AT dcs.ed.ac.uk>
-April 29, 2002: Rework of old code, support for wildcards in LDAP queries,
-and an FD leak fix. Amd -A support.
-
-October 21, 2002: ldap_unbind fix for SIGPIPE, and support for LDAPv3
-protocol version parameter (with Tim Colles <timc AT inf.ed.ac.uk>).
-
-* Matthias Scheler <tron AT zhadum.de>
-June 14, 2002: patch to use "xlatecookie" NFS mount option.
-
-* Jun-ichiro itojun Hagino <itojun AT iijlab.net>.
-June 11, 2002: minor fixes to support NetBSD 1.6A.
-
-* Sean Fagan <sef AT apple.com>
-March 14, 2003: detect and use the MNT2_GEN_OPT_AUTOMNTFS mount flag
-on OS X / Darwin.
-
-* Hendrik Scholz <hscholz AT raisdorf.net>
-June 9, 2003: mk-amd-map should open temp db file using O_EXCL.
-
-* Mark Davies <mark AT mcs.vuw.ac.nz>
-July 14, 2003: define "xlatecookie" mnttab option if not defined (for
-NetBSD). Support null hesiod entries if they start with a ".".
-
-* Eric S. Raymond <esr AT thyrsus.com>
-December 9, 2003: fix unbalanced [] typo in fsinfo man page.
-
-* Martin Blapp <mb AT imp.ch>
-July 6, 2004: recognize fields in pcfs_args_t in FreeBSD 5.
-
-* Dan Nelson <dnelson AT allantgroup.com>
-August 2, 2004: pawd to recognize "host" type mounts.
-
-* Hauke Fath <hauke AT Espresso.Rhein-Neckar.DE>
-August 3, 2004: pawd to recognize "linkx" type mounts.
-
-* Michael van Elst <M.van.Elst AT science-computing.de>
-September 1, 2004: bug fix to avoid race condition in calls to mntctl on
-AIX.
-
-* Jonathan Chen <jon+amd AT spock.org>
-October 22, 2004: patch/fix to move mlock/mlockall/plock code after the
-fork().
-June 29, 2005: core dump going off end of exported_ap[] array.
-September 29, 2005: patch/fix for pawd not to go into an infinite loop.
-October 25, 2005: patch/fix for pawd to repeatedly resolve path.
-
-* David Rage <rage AT ucl.ac.uk>
-January 17, 2005: prevent Amd from logging 'Read-only filesystem' errors
-when the mount point has an ancestor (i.e. '/') that is mounted read-only.
-
-* Kevin Layer <layer AT franz.com>
-January 28, 2005: basic instructions how to setup Amd on Mac OS-X.
-
-* Dan Ottavio <dottavio AT ic.sunysb.edu>
-March 2, 2005: new global amd.conf option debug_mtab_file, to set the debug
-mtab file when using debug_options=mtab. Default has changed from "./mtab"
-to "/tmp/mtab" to avoid security problem. Bug fixed to ensure that Amd
-terminates properly even mtab file doesn't exist.
-
-* Erik Kline <ekline at ekline dot com>
-January 3, 2005: implementation of executable maps for Amd.
-
-* Jim Zajkowski <jim.zajkowski AT gmail.com>
-March 14, 2005: small patch to amd2ldif.
-
-* Adam Morley <adam at gmi dot com>
-January 27, 2005: synchronize what amd2ldif does vs. what the ldap.schema
-expects.
-
-* Graeme Wilford <G.Wilford AT surrey.ac.uk>
-July 4, 2005: buffer overflow in pawd.
-
diff --git a/contrib/amd/BUGS b/contrib/amd/BUGS
deleted file mode 100644
index 8e87e859cbac..000000000000
--- a/contrib/amd/BUGS
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,303 +0,0 @@
- LIST OF KNOWN BUGS IN AM-UTILS OR OPERATING SYSTEMS
-
-Note: report am-utils bugs via Bugzilla to https://bugzilla.am-utils.org/ or
-by email to the am-utils mailing list (see www.am-utils.org).
-
-
-(1) mips-sgi-irix*
-
-[1A] known to have flaky NFS V.3 and TCP. Amd tends to hang or spin
-infinitely after a few hours or days of use. Users must install recommended
-patches from vendor. Patches help, but not all the time. Otherwise avoid
-using NFS V.3 and TCP on these systems, by setting
-
- /defaults opts:=vers=2,proto=udp
-
-[1B] yp_all() leaks a file descriptor. Eventually amd runs out of file
-descriptors and hangs. Am-utils circumvents this by using its own version
-of yp_all which uses udp and iterates over NIS maps. The latter isn't as
-reliable as yp_all() which uses TCP, but it is better than hanging.
-
-(I have some reports that older version of hpux-9, with older libc, also
-leak file descriptors.)
-
-[1C] SGI's MIPSpro C compiler on IRIX 6 has the unfortunate habit of
-creating code specificially for the machine it runs on. The ABI and ISA
-used depend very much on the OS version and compiler release used. This
-means that the resulting amd binary won't run on machines different from
-the build host, particularly older ones. Older versions of am-utils
-enforced the O32 ABI when compiling with cc to work around this, but this
-ABI is deprecated in favor of the N32 ABI now, so we use -n32 -mips3 to
-ensure that the binaries run on every host capable of running IRIX 6 at
-all. If this is not appropriate for you, configure with something like
-CC='cc -64' instead to get the desired ABI and ISA.
-
-(2) alpha-unknown-linux-gnu (RedHat Linux 4.2)
-
-hasmntopt(mnt, opt) can go into an infinite loop if opt is any substring
-of mnt->mnt_opts. Redhat 5.0 does not have this libc bug. Here is an
-example program:
-
-#include <stdio.h>
-#include <mntent.h>
-main()
-{
- struct mntent mnt;
- char *cp;
- mnt.mnt_opts = "intr,rw,port=1023,timeo=8,foo=br,retrans=110,indirect,map=/usr/local/AMD/etc/amd.proj,boo";
- cp = hasmntopt(&mnt, "ro");
- printf("cp = %s\n", cp);
- exit(0);
-}
-
-It is possible that sufficiently newer version of libc for RH4.2 fix this
-problem.
-
-
-(3) mips-dec-ultrix4.3
-
-Rainer Orth <ro@TechFak.Uni-Bielefeld.DE> reports
-
-[3A] One needs the Kernel Config Files (UDTBIN430) subset installed to
-compile am-utils, otherwise essential header files (net/if.h, net/route.h,
-rpcsvc/mount.h, rpcsvc/yp_prot.h, rpcsvc/ypclnt.h, sys/proc.h) are
-missing.
-
-[3B] It's probably impossible to build am-utils with DEC C on Ultrix V4.3.
-This compiler is pseudo-ANSI only. Maybe the new ANSI C compiler in V4.3A
-and beyond will do. I successfully used gcc 2.8.1.
-
-[3C] You need to build against a recent libhesiod (I used 3.0.2) and
-libresolv/lib44bsd (I used BIND 4.9.5-P1). The resolver routines in
-libc seem to cause random memory corruption. It is necessary to specify
-LIBS=-l44bsd. lib44bsd is a helper library of libresolv used to supply
-functions like strdup which are missing on the host system. This isn't
-currently autoconfiscated.
-
-[3D] You need to configure with CONFIG_SHELL=/bin/sh5 /bin/sh5 buildall;
-/bin/sh cannot handle the shell functions used in buildall and is both
-buggy and slow.
-
-[3E] At least the gcc 2.7.0 fixincludes-mangled <sys/utsname.h> needs a
-forward declaration of struct utsname to avoid lots of gcc warnings:
-
-RCS file: RCS/utsname.h,v
-retrieving revision 1.1
-diff -u -r1.1 utsname.h
---- utsname.h 1995/06/19 13:07:01 1.1
-+++ utsname.h 1998/01/27 12:34:26
-@@ -59,6 +59,7 @@
- #ifdef KERNEL
- #include "../h/limits.h"
- #else /* user mode */
-+struct utsname;
- extern int uname _PARAMS((struct utsname *));
- #endif
- #define __SYS_NMLN 32
-
-
-(4) powerpc-ibm-aix4.2.1.0
-
-[4A] "Randall S. Winchester" <rsw AT Glue.umd.edu> reports that for amd to
-start, you need to kill and restart rpc.mountd and possibly also make sure
-that nfsd is running. Normally these are not required.
-
-[4B] "Stefan Vogel" <vogel AT physik.unizh.ch> reports that if your amq
-executable dump core unexpectedly, then it may be a bug in gcc 2.7.x.
-Upgrade to gcc 2.8.x or use IBM's xlC compiler.
-
-[C] Do not link amd with libnsl. It is buggy and causes amd to core dump
-in strlen inside strdup inside svc_register().
-
-
-(5) *-linux-rh51 (RedHat Linux 5.1)
-
-There's a UDP file descriptor leak in libnsl in RedHat Linux 5.1. This
-library part of glibc2. Am-utils currently declares redhat 5.1 systems as
-having a "broken yp_all" and using an internal, slower, leak-free version.
-The leak is known to the glibc maintainers and a fix from them is due soon,
-but it is not yet in the glibc-2.0.7-19 RPM.
-
-
-(6) rs6000-ibm-aix4.1.x
-
-A bug in libc results in an amq binary that doesn't work; amq -v dumps core
-in xdr_string. There is no known fix (source code or vendor patch) at this
-time. (Please let us know if you have a fix; see www.am-utils.org.)
-
-
-(7) *-aix4.3.2.0
-
-The plock() function will pre-reserve all of the memory up to the maximum
-listed in the ulimit. If the ulimit is infinite, plock() will try to take
-all of the system's memory, and fail with ENOMEM (Not Enough Space).
-Normally ulimit may be set to a few gigs of max memory usage, but even that
-is too much; Amd doesn't need more than a few megs of resident memory size
-(depending on the particular usage, number of maps, etc.) Solution: lower
-your ulimit before starting amd. This can be done inside the ctl-amd
-script, but be careful not to limit it too low. Alternatively, don't use
-plock on aix-4.3: set it to plock=no in amd.conf (which is the default if
-you do nothing).
-
-
-(8) *-linux (systems using glibc 2.1, such as RedHat-6.x)
-
-There's a UDP file descriptor leak in the NIS routines in glibc, especially
-those that do yp_bind. Until this is bug fixed, do not set nis_domain in
-amd.conf, but let the system pick up the default domain name as set by your
-system. That would avoid using the buggy yp_bind routines in libc.
-
-
-(9) *-linux (SuSE systems using unfsd)
-
-The user-level nfsd (2.2beta44) on older SuSE Linux systems (and possibly
-others) dies with a SEGV when amd tries to contact it for access to a volume
-that does not exist, or one for which there is no permission to mount.
-
-
-(10) *-*-hpux11
-
-If you're using NFSv3, you must install HP patches PHNE_20344 and
-PHNE_20371. If you don't, and you try to use amd with NFSv3 over TCP, your
-kernel will panic.
-
-
-(11) *-linux* (any system using a 2.2.18+ kernel)
-
-The Linux kernels don't support Amd's direct mounts very well, leading to
-erratic behavior: shares that don't get remounted after the first timeout,
-inability to restart Amd because its mount points cannot be unmounted, etc.
-There are some kernel patches on the am-utils Web site, which solve these
-problems. See http://www.am-utils.org/patches/.
-
-Later 2.4.x kernels completely disallow the hack amd was using for direct
-mounts, so another solution will have to be found.
-
-Note: the above is for the old-style amd mount_type = nfs. The autofs mounts
-don't support direct mounts at all (due to lack of kernel support).
-
-(12) *-aix5.1.0.0 and *-hpux9*
-
-/bin/sh is broken and fails to run the configure script properly. You need
-to use /bin/ksh instead. The buildall script will do it for you; if for some
-reason you need to run configure directly, run it using 'ksh configure'
-instead of just 'configure'.
-
-[12A] *-aix5.2.*
-
-Apparently there is an NFS client side bug in vmount() which causes amd to
-hang when it starts (and tries to NFS-mount itself). According to IBM
-engineers, this has to do with partial support code for IPv6: the NFS kernel
-code doesn't appear to recognize the sin_family of the amd vmount(),
-although amd does the right thing. The bug doesn't appear to be in 5.1 or
-4.3.3. A fix from IBM is available, APAR number IY41417.
-
-A binary built on 4.3.3 will not work on 5.2, because the kernel ABIs have
-changed.
-
-[12C] *-aix*
-
-It is important that you install bos.net.nfs.adt before configuring and
-building am-utils. If you don't, you will get compile-time or
-configure-time errors, especially when configure tries to find AIX's
-definition of struct nfs_args.
-
-(13) *-linux and *-darwin6.0
-
-Certain linux kernels (2.4.18+ are fine, 2.4.10- are probably bad, those in
-between have not been tested) have a bug which causes them to reconnect
-broken NFS/TCP connections using unprivileged ports (greater than 1024),
-unlike the initial connections which do originate from privileged
-ports. This can upset quite a few NFS servers and causes accesses to the
-mounted shares to fail with "Operation not permitted" (EPERM).
-
-The darwin (MacOS X) kernel defaults to using unprivileged ports, but that
-can be changed by setting the resvport mount flag (which amd sets by
-default). Nonetheless, if a TCP connection breaks, under certain unclear
-circumstances the kernel might "forget" about that flag and start using
-unprivileged ports, causing the same EPERM error above.
-
-(14) Solaris
-
-The line "%option" in *.l files may cause Solaris /usr/ccs/bin/lex to abort
-with the error "missing translation value." This is a bug in Solaris lex.
-
-Moreover, both Solaris yacc and lex produce code that does not pass strict
-compilation such as "gcc -Wall -Werror".
-
-Use GNU Flex and Bison instead. You can download ready-made binaries from
-www.sunfreeware.com. Note, however, that sometimes the binaries on
-sunfreeware.com don't seem to work, often because they are built against an
-older revision of Solaris or build tools. In that case, build a fresh
-version of GNU flex and/or bison from the latest stable sources. See
-http://www.gnu.org/software/flex/ and http://www.gnu.org/software/bison/.
-
-(15) Solaris 8 + patch 10899[34]-xx (18 <= xx < 25) or patch 11260[56]-xx
-
-With this patch, Sun updated the autofs kernel module and automountd
-userspace daemon from version 3 to version 4. They also updated the
-/usr/include/rpcsvc/autofs_prot.x file, but forgot to regenerate the
-autofs_prot.h file. Thus, when amd is compiled, it uses the old header and
-thinks it should use autofs version 3, when in fact the kernel now supports
-(and expects) only version 4.
-
-The workaround is to run 'rpcgen -C -h /usr/include/rpcsvc/autofs_prot.x >
-/usr/include/rpcsvc/autofs_prot.h' and completely reconfigure and rebuild
-am-utils (removing config.cache before running configure).
-
-The problem is fixed in patch revisions 10899[34]-25 and up.
-
-
-(16) Linux kernel 2.4+ and lofs mounts
-
-Lofs mounts are not supported by the linux kernel, at all, but since 2.4.0
-the kernel supports a similar type of mount called a bind mount. Its
-semantics are closer to those of a hardlink than to those of lofs, and one
-of the results is that bind mounts ignore any mount options paseed to them.
-
-Amd uses bind mounts internally to emulate lofs mounts, which means that
-lofs mounts on linux will effectively ignore their mount parameters and
-inherit whatever options the original filesystem mounted upon had.
-
-
-(17) autoconf 2.57
-
-If you see configure warnings of the following kind:
-
-configure: WARNING: sys/proc.h: present but cannot be compiled
-configure: WARNING: sys/proc.h: check for missing prerequisite headers?
-configure: WARNING: sys/proc.h: proceeding with the preprocessor's result
-configure: WARNING: ## ------------------------------------ ##
-configure: WARNING: ## Report this to bug-autoconf@gnu.org. ##
-configure: WARNING: ## ------------------------------------ ##
-
-please ignore them. They are not real errors, and neither
-bug-autoconf@gnu.org nor the am-utils maintainers are interested in hearing
-about them. Autoconf simply tries to do more than we need and attempts to
-compile each header in isolation, which fails for many system headers.
-That's ok, because we only need to know if a header file exists -- we know
-how to use it properly ourselves.
-
-While autoconf does offer a way to specify other files to be included with
-the tested header, in order to avoid these warnings, using it would enlarge
-the resulting configure script by an order of magnitude, and for no real
-gain. Configure is big enough as it is, we don't need any more useless
-baggage in it.
-
-(18) NetBSD 2.0.2, FreeBSD 5.4, OpenBSD 3.7, and quite possibly most other
- BSDs and other OSs (as of September 2005)
-
-Some BSD kernels don't have a way to turn off the NFS attribute cache. They
-don't have a 'noac' mount flag, and setting various cache timeout fields in
-struct nfs_args doesn't turn off the attribute cache; instead, it sets the
-attribute cache timeout to some internal hard-coded default (usually
-anywhere from 5-30 seconds). If Amd cannot turn off the NFS attribute
-cache, under heavy Amd usage, users could get ESTALE errors from automounted
-symlinks, or find that those symlinks point to the wrong place. One
-workaround which would minimize this effect is to set auto_attrcache=1 in
-your amd.conf, but it doesn't eliminate the problem! The best solutions are
-(1) to use Amd in Autofs mode, if it's supported in your OS, and (2) talk to
-your OS vendor to support a true "noac" flag. See README.attrcache for more
-details.
-
-Erez & the am-utils team.
diff --git a/contrib/amd/COPYING b/contrib/amd/COPYING
deleted file mode 100644
index f54191d75fea..000000000000
--- a/contrib/amd/COPYING
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,32 +0,0 @@
-Copyright (c) 1997-2014 Erez Zadok
-Copyright (c) 1989 Jan-Simon Pendry
-Copyright (c) 1989 Imperial College of Science, Technology & Medicine
-Copyright (c) 1989 The Regents of the University of California.
-All rights reserved.
-
-This code is derived from software contributed to Berkeley by
-Jan-Simon Pendry at Imperial College, London.
-
-Redistribution and use in source and binary forms, with or without
-modification, are permitted provided that the following conditions
-are met:
-1. Redistributions of source code must retain the above copyright
- notice, this list of conditions and the following disclaimer.
-2. Redistributions in binary form must reproduce the above copyright
- notice, this list of conditions and the following disclaimer in the
- documentation and/or other materials provided with the distribution.
-3. Neither the name of the University nor the names of its contributors
- may be used to endorse or promote products derived from this software
- without specific prior written permission.
-
-THIS SOFTWARE IS PROVIDED BY THE REGENTS AND CONTRIBUTORS ``AS IS'' AND
-ANY EXPRESS OR IMPLIED WARRANTIES, INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, THE
-IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE
-ARE DISCLAIMED. IN NO EVENT SHALL THE REGENTS OR CONTRIBUTORS BE LIABLE
-FOR ANY DIRECT, INDIRECT, INCIDENTAL, SPECIAL, EXEMPLARY, OR CONSEQUENTIAL
-DAMAGES (INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, PROCUREMENT OF SUBSTITUTE GOODS
-OR SERVICES; LOSS OF USE, DATA, OR PROFITS; OR BUSINESS INTERRUPTION)
-HOWEVER CAUSED AND ON ANY THEORY OF LIABILITY, WHETHER IN CONTRACT, STRICT
-LIABILITY, OR TORT (INCLUDING NEGLIGENCE OR OTHERWISE) ARISING IN ANY WAY
-OUT OF THE USE OF THIS SOFTWARE, EVEN IF ADVISED OF THE POSSIBILITY OF
-SUCH DAMAGE.
diff --git a/contrib/amd/ChangeLog b/contrib/amd/ChangeLog
deleted file mode 100644
index d996f8e75082..000000000000
--- a/contrib/amd/ChangeLog
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,13085 +0,0 @@
-2014-10-28 Christos Zoulas <christos@zoulas.com>
-
- *******************************************************************
- *** Released am-utils-6.2 ***
- *******************************************************************
-
- * add ylwrap.amd, sick and tired of patching broken ylwrap.
-
-2014-09-05 Christos Zoulas <christos@zoulas.com>
-
- * factor out the size check for both readdir methods
- (raven at themaw.net)
-
-2014-09-03 Christos Zoulas <christos@zoulas.com>
-
- * configure test for 64 bit xdr function (raven at themaw.net)
-
-2014-09-01 Christos Zoulas <christos@zoulas.com>
-
- * bug fix from raven at themaw.net to prevent writing v3 handle
- to a v2 structure.
-
-2014-07-21 Christos Zoulas <christos@zoulas.com>
-
- * fix permission problems with access
- * auto_nfs_version = 3 now works for me.
-
-2014-07-20 Christos Zoulas <christos@zoulas.com>
-
- * refresh some autoconf files
- * force autoconf version since earlier versions don't work
- * changes from raven at themaw.net to support NFSv3 for automounted
- toplevel filesystems presented to the list in May. A few bug fixes
- and integration changes by me. The code now works well enough to
- mount the filesystem with NFSv3 and automount children but readdir
- does not work yet (so no listing of automounted filesystems).
- The new code is not enabled by default. To enable use
- auto_nfs_version = 3
- in your configuration file.
-
-2014-03-26 Christos Zoulas <christos@zoulas.com>
-
- From Ian Kent <ikent@redhat.com>
-
- * use mktemp in scripts/fixrmtab
- * fix documentatio nits
- * [linux] Add ext2, ext3, ext4 specific mount options
- * fix tcpwrappers (hosts.{allow,deny} problems for specific host
- entries
-
-2014-03-20 Christos Zoulas <christos@zoulas.com>
-
-
- * don't background autofs umount
- * avoid fh NULL dereference on umount
- * handle ENOENT umount return for autofs mounts
- * fix error message in get_nfs_version
- * fix debug log deadlock
- * [linux] retry umount on EBUSY
- * handle failed umount on exit
-
-2014-03-09 Christos Zoulas <christos@zoulas.com>
-
- * Remove BSD advertising clause.
- * Remove expn program which is not used by anything
-
-2013-12-05 Christos Zoulas <christos@zoulas.com>
-
- * Change the way we handle multiple lex scanners and yacc parsers
- in a single program. Our old patch to ylwrap does not work anymore
- because the bison parsers need shared symbols that start with yy
- and we can't easily select which ones work. So now we use -P and
- -p to let lex and yacc do the work for us. This requires a patch
- to ylwrap, but it is smaller.
-
-
-2013-12-05 Christos Zoulas <christos@zoulas.com>
-
- * Change the way we handle multiple lex scanners and yacc parsers
- in a single program. Our old patch to ylwrap does not work anymore
- because the bison parsers need shared symbols that start with yy
- and we can't easily select which ones work. So now we use -P and
- -p to let lex and yacc do the work for us. This requires a patch
- to ylwrap, but it is smaller.
-
-2013-05-14 Christos Zoulas <christos@zoulas.com>
-
- * update to handle new autoconf and regen files
-
-2012-11-23 Christos Zoulas <christos@zoulas.com>
-
- * recognize mountport=, noacl options
- * simplify the bootstrap process, by forcing
- all the files to be rebuild with autoreconf -f - i
-
-2012-10-03 Christos Zoulas <christos@zoulas.com>
-
- * add missing ops_nfs4.c to the Makefile.am
-
-2012-09-14 Christos Zoulas <christos@zoulas.com>
-
- * add locking option handling for lustre
- * fix noatime, nodiratime, mandlock for linux
-
-2012-07-25 Christos Zoulas <christos@zoulas.com>
-
- * bug fixes for lustre rhost parsing
-
-2012-06-27 Christos Zoulas <christos@zoulas.com>
-
- * Disable 1/2-baked sun map support to avoid SIGSEGV
-
-2012-06-16 Christos Zoulas <christos@zoulas.com>
-
- *******************************************************************
- *** Released am-utils-6.2-rc1 ***
- *******************************************************************
-
- * Fix libtool.m4 to work with later versions of autoconf.
- * In buildall, use eval so that quoted strings work
- * Centralize nfs version checking function, and introduce
- new configuration variable nfs_vers_ping, which is the
- max version we ping for. This is not documented yet, because
- there might be a better way separate the max version we can
- use vs the max version we ping for.
-
-2012-06-09 Christos Zoulas <christos@zoulas.com>
-
- * fix issue with parsing nfsv4 security option strings
-
-2012-05-01 Christos Zoulas <christos@zoulas.com>
-
- * Handle EPERM return from v4 file handles
- in old linux kernels
-
-2012-03-09 Christos Zoulas <christos@zoulas.com>
-
- * fix linux autofs detection
- * fix wrong types in new amq mount xdr processing
-
-2012-01-25 Christos Zoulas <christos@zoulas.com>
-
- * FreeBSD portability fixes
-
-2012-01-23 Christos Zoulas <christos@zoulas.com>
-
- * Avoid type punned warnings
-
-2011-12-29 Christos Zoulas <christos@zoulas.com>
-
- * fix bug I introduced in get_nfs_version that caused it to return 0
- * add direct support for ext{2,3,4}
-
-2011-12-15 Christos Zoulas <christos@zoulas.com>
-
- * Include <linux/fs.h> on linux, to grab extra mount flags
- * Add support for lustre
-
-2011-11-28 Christos Zoulas <christos@zoulas.com>
-
- * For nfsl mounts, match against either the short local
- host name or the fqdn name.
-
-2011-10-06 Christos Zoulas <christos@zoulas.com>
-
- * Add NFSv4 support (loosely based on Ramya's code).
- Currently if the NFSv4 mount fails with ENOENT we fail
- back to NFSv3, unless -DNO_FALLBACK.
- * Replace strdup with xstrdup. It is not nice to replace
- system functions with ones that behave differently.
- * Add various consistency checks (caller function checks
- variable for NULL, but callee does not).
- * Fix error handling in various paths.
- * Don't check before using XFREE(). free(NULL) works.
-
-2011-09-15 Christos Zoulas <christos@zoulas.com>
-
- * amq -i addition (prints info about the map files)
-
-2011-09-14 Christos Zoulas <christos@zoulas.com>
-
- * Solaris OS and compiler fixes from:
- Hofmann, Frank <Frank.Hofmann@morganstanley.com>
- Sayle, Alex <Alex.Sayle@morganstanley.com>
- - (void)&var generates warnings, removed
- - __inline is invalid, changed with inline
- - <sys/socket.h> and other headers have extra dependendcies
- `
-2011-08-11 Christos Zoulas <christos@zoulas.com>
-
- * fix potential buffer overflow in expand_error()
- (Richard Kettlewell). Does not seem to be exploitable.
-
- * simplify %option parsing to appease ancient flex.
-
-2011-06-21 Christos Zoulas <christos@zoulas.com>
-
- * add support for linux autofs version 5 (untested)
-
-2011-06-18 Christos Zoulas <christos@zoulas.com>
-
- * roll back to an older version of libtool that works
-
- * newer versions of config.guess and config.sub
-
- * minor fixes to buildall
-
-2011-05-19 Christos Zoulas <christos@zoulas.com>
-
- * m4/macros/libtool.m4: for AIX AC_LANG_PROGRAM is incorrectly
- used and the latest autoconf gives an error. For now just
- quote it.
-
- * configure.in: Fedora Core 15 and RedHat 6 now don't define
- af_family_t in <linux/socket.h>, but in <bits/sockaddr.h>.
- Include <sys/socket.h> so that we get <bits/sockaddr.h>
- indirectly. This caused the <linux/nfs_mount.h> detection
- test to fail.
-
-2010-11-24 Erez Zadok <ezk@fsl.cs.sunysb.edu>
-
- * m4/macros/os_cflags.m4: for linux, define _GNU_SOURCE (to get
- definitions for O_LARGEFILE and more).
-
-2010-11-20 Christos Zoulas <christos@zoulas.com>
-
- * Update news items, add release readme, mark as rc1
-
- * Fix addopts code to work with options that are key=value
- when the built-in hasmntopt() code is not used. The problem
- was that the code passed "key=" to hasmntopt not "key".
-
-2009-12-10 Christos Zoulas <christos@zoulas.com>
-
- * Copy all fields of the am_opts structure
- When we introduced am_loc we also added a function to
- create a duplicate of an am_opts structure. As it turns
- out, that only made a partial copy of the struct and some
- fields (e.g. opt_cache) was left blank in the new structure.
- Unfortunately any code that was checking the options
- through the mntfs structure was mislead by the partial
- copy: caching was disabled completely, for example, and
- since browsing relies on caching being enabled it wasn't
- working either.
- From: Krisztian Kovacs <Kris.Kovacs@morganstanley.com>
-
- * Initialize RPC authentication flavor to AUTH_UNIX instead
- of zero. RHEL 5 uses version 6 of the mount_arg structure
- that includes the desired RPC authorization flavour.
- Unfortunately amd initializes that value to zero, meaning
- AUTH_NULL, resulting in all NFS servers denying operations.
- From: Krisztian Kovacs <Kris.Kovacs@morganstanley.com>
-
- * Make sure to remove nodes in the proper order when going
- down. Depending on what order the nodes got created it's
- possible that the parent of a node has a bigger am_mapno
- (index in exported_ap[]) so that it gets freed before
- its child while the child's am_parent pointer is still
- pointing to the already freed block of memory.
- This change makes sure that umount_exported() cleans up
- all children of a node first before freeing the node.
- From: Krisztian Kovacs <Kris.Kovacs@morganstanley.com>
-
- * Fix Linux-specific stuff in ops_tmpfs.c
- AUTOFS_TMPFS_FS_FLAGS is defined only in the Linux-specific
- conf_linux.c file, so it cannot be built on Solaris.
- From: Krisztian Kovacs <Kris.Kovacs@morganstanley.com>
-
- * Add missing parenthesis to fix defined(XXX
- From: Krisztian Kovacs <Kris.Kovacs@morganstanley.com>
-
- * In the previous commit we've already made a change that
- makes this code unnecessary since the node is returned
- even if the backing file server is known to be down.
- Since the code path is unused it should be removed.
- From: Krisztian Kovacs <Kris.Kovacs@morganstanley.com>
-
- * amfs_generic_lookup_child() tries to find an alternate
- file server if it detects that the current one is down.
- However, in the comparison used to decide if a possible
- mount is the same as the current one it compares the am_loc
- pointers instead of the actual mntfs pointers. Since
- amfs_lookup_one_location() creates a brand new am_loc
- structure for the returned mntfs structure the am_loc
- pointer will be different even if the mntfs it's pointing
- to is the same.
- This tricks amfs_generic_lookup_child() think it has
- found an alternate file server while it hasn't and thus
- starts multiple racing mounts for the very same node and
- mntfs.
- From: Krisztian Kovacs <Kris.Kovacs@morganstanley.com>
-
- * In the new am_loc scheme mounted mntfs structures still
- have their mf_fo structure left intact. So when restart
- creates a fake mntfs for an already mounted filesystem it
- should not free mf_fo right away.
- From: Krisztian Kovacs <Kris.Kovacs@morganstanley.com>
-
- * Setting the error flag of the mntfs for which the share
- is already mounted results in the mount point not being
- removed when it times out. (Amd considers it an error
- mntfs and thus umount becomse a no-op.)
- From: Krisztian Kovacs <Kris.Kovacs@morganstanley.com>
-
- * Right now AMD sets all timeout values to their defaults
- even if you explicitly set them to zero. This patch
- introduces separate flags that store if the respective
- values have been set and the code path setting default
- values checks these flags instead of testing the values
- for zero. [Linux only]
- From: Krisztian Kovacs <Kris.Kovacs@morganstanley.com>
-
- * Fix mntfs related lookup/(un)mount race conditions, by
- introducing a new structure linking an mntfs to a node.
- From: Krisztian Kovacs <Kris.Kovacs@morganstanley.com>
-
- * We have to free the buffers allocated by the XDR routines when
- decoding the mount response after copying them to their final place.
- From: Krisztian Kovacs <Kris.Kovacs@morganstanley.com>
-
-2009-12-09 Christos Zoulas <christos@zoulas.com>
-
- * Free continuation in amfs_retry() if we don't call amfs_bgmount()
- Normally it's amfs_bgmount() which frees the continuation. However, if
- the mount is already in progress and we're in amfs_retry() for another
- node we don't try mounting the filesystem once again. Still, we have
- to free the continuation as we won't get called again and thus would
- leak the continuation structure and our am_loc references.
- From: Krisztian Kovacs <Kris.Kovacs@morganstanley.com>
-
- * Fix use-after-free and double free of mntfs private data
- ops_nfs.c(nfs_init) does not clear private data pointer after free().
- This leads to use-after-free and double free in case mount() fails.
- (found by valgrind)
- From: Krisztian Kovacs <Kris.Kovacs@morganstanley.com>
-
-2009-11-23 Christos Zoulas <christos@zoulas.com>
-
- * The temporary filename buffer was leaked in lock_mtab().
- From: Krisztian Kovacs <Kris.Kovacs@morganstanley.com>
-
-2009-10-27 Christos Zoulas <christos@zoulas.com>
-
- * Deal with errno.h->sys/errno.h better
-
-2009-10-26 Christos Zoulas <christos@zoulas.com>
-
- * Fix issue with autoconf 2.63
-
- * Fix compile warnings for gcc-4.4.x
-
-2009-04-15 Christos Zoulas <christos@zoulas.com>
-
- * Share the LDAP connection between different maps to save resources
- on the LDAP server. (Olaf Flebbe <o.flebbe@science-computing.de>)
-
-2009-03-20 Christos Zoulas <christos@zoulas.com>
-
- * Fix largefile re-definitions
-
- * Fix compilation error caused in previous patch
-
-2009-02-19 Christos Zoulas <christos@zoulas.com>
-
- * Add a synchronous unmount amq rpc that will wait for the remote
- filesystem to be unmounted, or return an error. Enabled by amq -uu
-
-2009-01-11 Erez Zadok <ezk@fsl.cs.sunysb.edu>
-
- * amd/ops_udf.c: don't define functions/variables which may not be
- used.
-
- * amd/ops_tmpfs.c (mount_tmpfs): force gcc not to complain about
- unused variables.
-
- * config.guess.long: properly support Fedora Core.
-
-2009-01-09 Christos Zoulas <christos@zoulas.com>
-
- * Fix nfs mounts on linux 2.6.26 by explicitly initializing context.
-
- * Treat an empty sublink as an unset sublink; this allows us to
- say sublink:=; in a spec to override the default. (This produces
- Bad selector error, but it works. XXX: We need to decide how to
- unset a selector. I proposed an unset keyword a while ago).
-
-2009-01-06 Christos Zoulas <christos@zoulas.com>
-
- * re-renerate all generated files with newer versions of the
- auto-tools.
-
- * move INSTALL to INSTALL.am-utils to avoid conflicts
-
- * fix incompatibilities with new m4 and new autoconf.
-
- * add UDF filesystem support.
-
- * fix NetBSD nfs file handle detection.
-
-2009-01-02 Christos Zoulas <christos@zoulas.com>
-
- * add nocasetrans, nojoliet, rrcaseins for cd9660 filesystems
-
-2008-12-03 Christos Zoulas <christos@zoulas.com>
-
- * allow ldap queries try a comma-separated list of servers given as:
-
- ldap_hostports = host1:port1,host2,host3:port3
-
- original patch from Florian Geyer
-
-2008-09-19 Christos Zoulas <christos@zoulas.com>
-
- * the auth_create gid on NetBSD is int
-
- * deal with lossage from flex -P
-
- * fix missing/incorrect prototypes
-
-2008-09-17 Christos Zoulas <christos@zoulas.com>
-
- * fix manual page section issues (sorting, non-existant)
-
- * add missing forward declarations
-
- * avoid null pointer derefs (coverity)
-
- * more portable endian detection support
-
- * implement tmpfs support
-
- * use sizeof var instead of constant
-
- * fix yyerror declaration and definition
-
- * fix yy function renaming, and correct some renaming issues.
-
- * work around automake < 1.9 issue where ylwrap is not being run
- for a single yacc or lex file.
-
- * NetBSD
- - handle headers that need other headers to compile
- - add exfs and tmpfs specific glue
- - add options log, noatime, nocoredump, nodevmtime, softdep,
- symperm, union
- - NetBSD's new mount system call needs the size of the opaque
- filesystem specific structure, but passing 0 for now works.
- We would need to change a lot more code to pass the size from
- the fs-specific calls, so for now punt.
- - recvfrom takes socklen_t * on NetBSD
- - handle newer NetBSD using statvfs
- - NetBSD calls its ufs ffs
-
- * Linux
- - Most recent kernels have trouble with trying to parse the pid
- hostname and do locking. What before was a silent failure, now
- there is a warning printed and the mount is rejected. This is
- the simplest fix:
- (http://bugs.debian.org/cgi-bin/bugreport.cgi?bug=479884)
-
-2007-04-13 Erez Zadok <ezk@cs.sunysb.edu>
-
- * amd/sun_map.c (sun_append_str): When translating '&' from Sun
- automounter maps, replace it with "${key}" in the Amd map, not
- with the value of the key at the time. This way '*' maps work
- too.
-
- * config.guess.long: don't use -q option to grep because some
- systems don't support it. Bug fix for solaris.
-
-2007-03-11 Christos Zoulas <christos@zoulas.com>
-
- * amd/opts.c (expand_op): Don't call xstrlcpy() to truncate a
- string. It causes spurious xstrlcpy() syslog() errors. Use
- memcpy() and explicitly terminate the string.
-
-2007-01-20 Erez Zadok <ezk@cs.sunysb.edu>
-
- * updated copyright year to 2007 on all files.
-
-2006-12-27 Erez Zadok <ezk@cs.sunysb.edu>
-
- * minor new port: ia64-hp-hpux11.23
-
- * m4/macros/check_libwrap_severity.m4 (LIBS): also test if caller
- needs to define rfc931_timeout.
-
- * amd/sun2amd.c: define rfc931_timeout and allow/deny_severity for
- libwrap.
-
- * amd/amq_svc.c: some versions of libwrap require the caller to
- define rfc931_timeout in addition to allow/deny_severity.
-
- * amd/amfs_toplvl.c (amfs_toplvl_init): properly detect when
- forced unmount functionality exists for all systems.
-
- * libamu/mount_fs.c (compute_nfs_args): reset nfs_args_t->pathconf
- only if field exists.
-
- * conf/nfs_prot/nfs_prot_hpux11.h: prevent HPUX 11.23 from
- including <tiuser> or <sys/tiuser> (TLI definitions are already
- included from elsewhere).
-
- * configure.in: detect nfs_args_t->pathconf field.
-
-2006-11-27 Erez Zadok <ezk@cs.sunysb.edu>
-
- * doc/Makefile.am: properly publish html files using newer
- text2html.
-
-2006-11-27 Erez Zadok <ezk@shekel.local>
-
- * doc/Makefile.am: obfuscate emails in ChangeLog before it is
- published on web site.
-
- * obfuscate many more emails in the distro, esp. of files which get
- posted on the am-utils web site.
-
-2006-11-26 Erez Zadok <ezk@shekel.local>
-
- * minor new port: i386-apple-darwin8.8.1.
-
- * doc/am-utils.texi: remove obvious URLs used by spammers, and
- replace them with links to the am-utils web site, which uses PNG
- images to obfuscate the actual email/mailman URLs.
-
-2006-10-30 Erez Zadok <ezk@cs.sunysb.edu>
-
- * doc/am-utils.texi (Password maps): minor typo reported by
- Christoph P. Kukulies.
-
-2006-10-26 Erez Zadok <ezk@cs.sunysb.edu>
-
- * minor new port: i386-pc-linux-fc6.
-
- * m4/macros/linux_headers.m4: handle newer Linux kernels which
- removed UTS_RELEASE from <linux/version.h>.
-
-2006-10-25 Erez Zadok <ezk@cs.sunysb.edu>
-
- * minor new ports: i386-pc-linux-centos4.4 and
- powerpc-apple-darwin8.7.0.
-
- * config.guess.long: recognize CentOS Linux.
-
-2006-06-20 Erez Zadok <ezk@cs.sunysb.edu>
-
- * minor new port: i386-pc-solaris2.11-nexentaos (GNU/OpenSolaris).
-
- * config.guess.long: recognize NexentaOS (GNU/OpenSolaris)
-
- * config.guess, config.sub: updates from latest official GNU
- distributions.
-
-2006-05-11 Erez Zadok <ezk@cs.sunysb.edu>
-
- * Minor new ports: i386-unknown-freebsd6.1 (RELEASE),
- powerpc-apple-darwin8.6.0, and i386-unknown-openbsd3.9.
-
-2006-05-10 Erez Zadok <ezk@cs.sunysb.edu>
-
- * libamu/mount_fs.c (compute_nfs_attrcache_flags): fix signedness
- problems on IRIX-6.5.
-
- * conf/autofs/autofs_solaris_v1.c (xdr_umntrequest): fix
- signedness problems on IRIX-6.5.
-
-2006-05-01 Erez Zadok <ezk@cs.sunysb.edu>
-
- * configure.in: check if libc already includes dbm functionality
- (as in FreeBSD 6), then don't bother to check specific libraries
- such as libdbm, gdbm, etc.
-
-2006-04-21 Erez Zadok <ezk@cs.sunysb.edu>
-
- * configure.in: detect G/DBM support via gdbm_compat library
- (Debian 3.1).
-
- * minor new port: powerpc-apple-darwin8.5.0
-
-2006-04-20 Erez Zadok <ezk@cs.sunysb.edu>
-
- * scripts/amd.conf-sample, scripts/amd.conf.5, doc/am-utils.texi,
- NEWS: document new nfs_allow_any_interface parameter.
-
- * include/am_compat.h (INADDR_LOOPBACK): define INADDR_LOOPBACK if
- not defined, since some systems don't have it.
-
-2006-04-20 Nick Williams <Nick.Williams@morganstanley.com>
-
- * libamu/wire.c (is_interface_local): new boolena function to
- determine if address represents any of the local interfaces.
- (getwire): more properly check if address equals INADDR_LOOPBACK,
- not if IFF_LOOPBACK is not (the latter isn't as correct).
-
- * include/am_utils.h: extern for new is_interface_local() function.
-
- * conf/transp/transp_{sockets,tli}.c: don't define INADDR_LOOPBACK
- here but in am_compat.h
-
- * amd/nfs_prot_svc.c (nfs_program_2): if
- nfs_allow_any_interface=yes, then allow NFS packets from any local
- interface (not just 127.0.0.1).
-
- * amd/conf.c (gopt_nfs_allow_any_interface): implement the new
- amd.conf parameter nfs_allow_any_interface.
-
- * amd/amd.h (CFM_NFS_ANY_INTERFACE): define new global flag when
- al interfaces are acceptable for local NFS packets.
-
-2006-04-18 Christos Zoulas <christos@zoulas.com>
-
- * amd/opts.c: Add support for optionally specifying the hostname
- to match against the netgroup in the netgrp and netgrpd selectors.
-
-2006-04-16 Erez Zadok <ezk@cs.sunysb.edu>
-
- * libamu/mtab.c (hasmntval): fix inverted meaning of error from
- hasmntvalerr().
-
-2006-04-14 Erez Zadok <ezk@cs.sunysb.edu>
-
- * libamu/mount_fs.c (compute_nfs_attrcache_flags): use new
- hasmntvalerr() function to set attribute cache values only if they
- were set (regardless whether they were set to zero or a non-zero
- value). Before, we were unable to distinguish between an error to
- parse an option, and a user who actually wanted to set an
- attribute-cache value to 0. This now fixes an important
- performance bug that Amd was turning off the attribute caches even
- for regular (non-automounter) NFS mounts.
-
- * libamu/mtab.c (hasmntvalerr): new function to set the value of
- an option into an integer, but ONLY if that options was set and
- parsed correctly. This function returns 1 on error, 0 on success
- (instead of always setting the option value to 0).
- (hasmntval): wrapper function around hasmntvalerr, which maintains
- backwards compatibility (always sets option value to 0, even on
- error to parse the option).
-
- * amd/nfs_subr.c (fh_to_mp3): use long int printf format for
- fhh_pid.
-
-2006-04-05 Christos Zoulas <christos@zoulas.com>
-
- * amd/amfs_generic.c (amfs_lookup_mntfs): fix use-after-free bug
- (Coverity).
-
-2006-03-27 Erez Zadok <ezk@cs.sunysb.edu>
-
- * doc/am-utils.texi, scripts/{amd.conf.5,amd.conf-sample}:
- document new nfs_retransmit_counter_toplvl and
- nfs_retry_interval_toplvl global amd.conf parameters.
-
- * amd/conf.c (gopt_nfs_retransmit_counter_toplvl,
- (gopt_nfs_retry_interval_toplvl): parse amd.conf
- nfs_retransmit_counter_toplvl and nfs_retry_interval_toplvl global
- parameters.
-
- * amd/amfs_toplvl.c (amfs_toplvl_mount): support setting toplvl
- timeo/retrans parameters for Amd's toplvl mounts, separately from
- all other UDP or NFS mounts.
-
- * amd/amd.h: define a new timeo/retrans parameter for toplvl
- mounts.
-
-2006-03-22 Erez Zadok <ezk@cs.sunysb.edu>
-
- * minor new port: i386-pc-linux-suse10.1 (beta 8).
-
-2006-03-21 Christos Zoulas <christos@zoulas.com>
-
- * amd/am_ops.c (merge_opts): Remove useless check found by
- Coverity; xmalloc never returns NULL.
-
-2006-03-21 Erez Zadok <ezk@cs.sunysb.edu>
-
- * minor new ports: i386-pc-linux-fc5.
-
- * amd/info_ldap.c: as of Linux Fedora Core 5 (which comes with
- openldap-2.3.9), the ldap.h headers deprecate several functions
- used in this file, such as ldap_unbind. You get compile errors
- about missing extern definitions. Those externs are still in
- <ldap.h>, but surrounded by an ifdef LDAP_DEPRECATED. I am
- turning on that ifdef at the top of info_ldap.c, under the
- assumption that the functions may be deprecated, but they still
- work for this (older?) version of the LDAP API. It gets am-utils
- to compile, but it is not clear if it will work perfectly.
-
- * libamu/xdr_func.c (xdr_am_mountres3_ok), amq/amq_xdr.c
- (xdr_amq_mount_tree, xdr_amq_mount_tree_p,
- xdr_amq_mount_info_list, xdr_amq_mount_tree_list), amq/amq.c
- (show_mti), amd/amq_subr.c (xdr_amq_setopt, xdr_amq_mount_subtree,
- xdr_amq_mount_tree, xdr_amq_mount_tree_list, xdr_amq_mount_tree),
- libamu/xdr_func.c (xdr_am_mountres3_ok): use casing magic to stop
- GCC-4.1 from complaining about "dereferencing type-punned pointer
- will break strict-aliasing rules" here (but not elsewhere).
-
-2006-03-20 Christos Zoulas <christos@zoulas.com>
-
- * libamu/wire.c: avoid potential dereferencing of a NULL pointer
- (Coverity).
-
- * hlfsd/homedir.c (delay): remove unnecessary check for NULL
- pointer (Coverity).
-
- * fsinfo/fsi_analyze.c (analyze_dkmounts, analyze_mounts,
- analyze_mounts): avoid potential dereferencing of a NULL pointer
- (Coverity).
-
- * conf/transp/transp_sockets.c (create_amq_service): avoid
- potential dereferencing of a NULL pointer (Coverity).
-
- * amd/sched.c (sigchld): properly check for the end of the waiting
- process list (Coverity).
-
- * amd/mapc.c (mapc_create): initialize 'modify' to zero (Coverity).
-
- * amd/autil.c (amfs_mkcacheref, am_unmounted): avoid potential
- dereferencing of a NULL pointer (Coverity).
-
- * amd/amfs_generic.c (amfs_lookup_mntfs): free def_opts before
- reusing it (memory leak bug detected by Coverity).
- (amfs_bgmount): avoid potential dereferencing of a NULL pointer
- (Coverity).
-
- * amd/am_ops.c (merge_opts): no need to check if newstr is NULL
- (bug detected by Coverity).
-
-2006-03-08 Ion Badulescu <ionut@moisil.badula.org>
-
- * amd/nfs_subr.c (mp_to_fh): fixed old-style filehandles--the pid
- comparison was failing.
-
-2006-03-08 Erez Zadok <ezk@cs.sunysb.edu>
-
- * configure.in: properly test for either <gdbm/ndbm.h> or
- <gdbm-ndbm.h> (unfortunately, Autoconf will map both names to the
- same $ac_cv_* variable name). Some systems support one header or
- another. Patch inspired by work Debian did.
-
-2006-02-16 Daniel P. Ottavio <ottavio@vm.fsl.cs.sunysb.edu>
-
- * amd/sum_map_tok.l: Fixed a bug in a regular expression that
- prevented dashes in hostnames. This was posted in BZ by Thomas
- A. Fine.
-
- * README.sun2amd: Fixed a typo. Sentence mentions use of autofs
- type when it should be host type.
-
-2006-01-04 Erez Zadok <ezk@cs.sunysb.edu>
-
- * doc/am-utils.texi (auto_attrcache Parameter): revise discussion
- to mention pros and cons of turning on/off this parameter,
- including impact on Amd's performance, and ways to improve
- performance while minimizing the window of vulnerability in which
- kernel may return the wrong (cached) attributes.
-
-2006-01-02 Erez Zadok <ezk@cs.sunysb.edu>
-
- * updated copyright year to 2006 on all files.
-
-2005-12-20 Erez Zadok <ezk@cs.sunysb.edu>
-
- * include/am_utils.h, conf/transp/transp_tli.c (amu_svc_register,
- register_autofs_service): use a consistent prototype for the
- dispatch function of the autofs service de/registration functions.
-
-2005-12-03 Erez Zadok <ezk@cs.sunysb.edu>
-
- * minor new ports: i386-unknown-netbsdelf2.1,
- i386-unknown-netbsdelf3.0 (RELEASE), and i386-unknown-openbsd3.8.
-
-2005-12-02 Erez Zadok <ezk@cs.sunysb.edu>
-
- * m4/macros/check_field.m4: remove double inclusion of msdosfs
- headers, which are included in mount_header1.h (netbsd 2.1 doesn't
- protect <msdosfs/msdosfsmount.h> which causes compile errors).
-
-2005-11-08 Erez Zadok <ezk@cs.sunysb.edu>
-
- * minor new port: i386-unknown-freebsd6.0 (RELEASE)
-
-2005-10-26 Erez Zadok <ezk@cs.sunysb.edu>
-
- * amd/amq_subr.c (amqproc_pawd_1_svc): repeatedly resolve path in
- Amd, not in pawd (to avoid repeated network RPCs).
-
- * amq/pawd.c (transform_dir): move repeated path resolution into Amd.
-
-2005-10-25 Erez Zadok <ezk@cs.sunysb.edu>
-
- * amq/pawd.c (transform_dir): resolve path repeatedly until
- finished. Bug fix from Jonathan Chen <jon+amd-at-spock.org>.
- Added safety check to prevent infinite loops.
-
-2005-10-19 Erez Zadok <ezk@cs.sunysb.edu>
-
- * doc/am-utils.texi (opts Option): document new pcfs options
- longname, nowin95, shortname, user=N, group=N, mask=N, and
- dirmask=N.
-
- * amd/ops_pcfs.c (mount_pcfs): process new pcfs options longname,
- nowin95, shortname, user=N, group=N, mask=N, and dirmask=N.
-
- * include/am_compat.h: provide compatibility mnttab string names,
- if needed, for pcfs mount options longname, nowin95, shortname,
- user=N, group=N, mask=N, and dirmask=N.
-
- * include/am_utils.h: extern for hasmntstr().
-
- * libamu/mtab.c (hasmntstr): new function to return the string
- value following a mount option, up to the next comma-delimited
- options.
-
- * configure.in: check for mnttab and pcfs options longname,
- nowin95, and shortname.
-
- * Makefile.am (EXTRA_DIST_M4): distribute new macro
- check_mnt2_pcfs_opt.m4.
-
- * m4/macros/check_mnt2_pcfs_opt.m4: new macro to check for pcfs
- mnttab and mount options.
-
-2005-10-18 Erez Zadok <ezk@cs.sunysb.edu>
-
- * libamu/mount_fs.c (print_nfs_args): print nfs_args->addr
- correctly, depending if it's a pointer or not.
-
- * conf/sa_dref/sa_dref_*.h: for each NFS_SA_DREF macro, also
- #define NFS_ARGS_T_ADDR_IS_POINTER if nfs_args->addr is a pointer
- or an embedded structure, so we can tell how to print it.
-
- * libamu/mount_fs.c (print_nfs_args): print nfs_args->addrlen
- field, if it exists.
-
- * configure.in: check for nfs_args->addrlen field.
-
- * wire-test/wire-test.c (main), libamu/mount_fs.c
- (print_nfs_args), fixmount/fixmount.c (inetresport,
- clnt_create_timeout), amq/pawd.c (transform_dir), amq/amq.c
- (main), amd/srvr_nfs.c (find_nfs_srvr), amd/autil.c
- (amfs_mount): document that as per POSIX, we don't need to set the
- sa_len/sin_len fields in struct sockaddr/sockaddr_in. The field
- is used only internally in the kernel. See
- www.awprofessional.com/articles/article.asp?p=169505&seqNum=2&rl=1
-
- * fixmount/fixmount.c (inetresport): initialize sockaddr_in
- structure before filling in some fields.
-
-2005-10-11 Erez Zadok <ezk@cs.sunysb.edu>
-
- * doc/am-utils.texi (nfs_vers, nfs_proto parameters): clarify and
- correct mistaken description of nfs_proto.
-
-2005-10-10 Erez Zadok <ezk@cs.sunysb.edu>
-
- *******************************************************************
- *** Released am-utils-6.1a1 ***
- *******************************************************************
-
- * README.sun2amd: revised.
-
-2005-10-09 Daniel P. Ottavio <dottavio@ic.sunysb.edu>
-
- * amd/info_nis.c (nis_search): Bug fix for bugzilla #428; make
- sure that sun_entry2amd() is not called when yp_match() returns an
- error, this is done by checking that 'res' is 0. Bug fix (same
- BZ#); free the output allocated by yp_match() instead of freeing
- the return value of sun_entry2amd().
-
- * amd/sun_map.c (sun_entry2amd): Fix a comment.
-
- * README.sun2amd: Made a first pass at describing the status of
- the sun2amd feature.
- Moved the date.
-
-2005-10-09 Erez Zadok <ezk@cs.sunysb.edu>
-
- * README.sun2amd: place holder.
-
- * Makefile.am (EXTRA_DIST): distribute new README.sun2amd file.
-
-2005-10-07 Erez Zadok <ezk@cs.sunysb.edu>
-
- * m4/macros/check_mnttab_type.m4: move the test for MOUNT_* to the
- very end, after the test using getvfsbyname().
-
- * m4/macros/expand_run_string.m4: if the string value returned is
- empty, consider it invalid.
-
- * m4/macros/check_varargs_macros.m4: rewrite macro so it'll
- try and compile the varargs test, not just cpp it. Some systems
- pass the old cpp test, but not when you actually try to compile
- the code (Tru64's cc).
-
- * conf/autofs/autofs_solaris_v1.h: redefine
- autofs_strdup_space_hack as a macro to str3cat(NULL,(s)," ","").
- This works everywhere and we avoid linking problems, inline
- functions, etc.
-
- * conf/autofs/autofs_solaris_v1.c (autofs_mount_fs): remove
- autofs_strdup_space_hack() function altogether.
-
- * m4/macros/os_cflags.m4: remove hack that hardcodes pte_t=u_int.
-
- * configure.in: test for <sys/immu.h> header.
- Test for pte_t, but only on IRIX6 systems.
-
- * Makefile.am (EXTRA_DIST_M4): distribute new type_pte_t.m4 file.
-
- * m4/macros/type_pte_t.m4: new test for existence of pte_t
- typedef, needed on some IRIX-6.5/gcc systems.
-
- * m4/macros/header_templates.m4: add missing templates for
- HAVE_EXTERN_GETDTABLESIZE, HAVE_EXTERN_GETWD, and
- HAVE_EXTERN_UALARM.
-
- * amd/info_exec.c (exec_map_open): break assignment from inside
- conditional, to work around an IRIX-6.5 cc bug.
-
- * amd/Makefile.am (amd_LDADD, sun2amd_LDADD): put libaminfo.a
- before libamu.la. Some linkers (e.g., IRIX-6.5) incorrectly
- complain about undefined symbols.
-
- * fsinfo/fsi_util.c (set_ether_if), amd/map.c (unmount_mp),
- libamu/xutil.c (expand_error), libamu/strutil.c (xsnprintf): avoid
- comparison between signed and unsigned integers.
-
- * conf/autofs/autofs_solaris_v1.h, conf/autofs/autofs_solaris_v1.c
- (autofs_strdup_space_hack): move "space_hack" function from static
- inline in header, into the only source file that needs it. This
- is cleaner and also prevents linking problem with some compilers
- that won't apply CPP macros inside static inline functions (for
- the strl* functions).
-
- * amq/pawd.c (find_mt, find_mlp): remove obsolete, inefficient
- code.
- (transform_dir): call the new, efficient amqproc_pawd_1() routine.
-
- * amq/amq_clnt.c (amqproc_pawd_1): AMQPROC_PAWD wrapper routine.
-
- * amq/amq.h (amqproc_pawd_1): extern for amq's AMQPROC_PAWD
- wrapper routine.
-
- * amd/amq_svc.c (amq_program_1): dispatch point for
- amqproc_pawd_1_svc.
-
- * amd/amq_subr.c (amqproc_pawd_1_svc): moved pawd's path-matching
- functionality into Amd, where it can be done a lot more
- efficiently. We don't have to construct and ship a whole export
- tree from Amd to pawd. We just get a variable-length
- xdr_wrapstring for the user's path, iterate over the entire export
- list inside Amd, and return only a matched string if found
- (otherwise we return "" to indicate that there was no match, and
- let pawd printf the same string it sent over).
-
- * amd/amd.h: extern for amqproc_pawd_1_svc, amd's service routine
- the AMQPROC_PAWD RPC.
-
-2005-10-06 Erez Zadok <ezk@cs.sunysb.edu>
-
- * ltmain.sh, m4/macros/libtool.m4: update to libtool-1.5.20.
- Fixes Tru64 bugs when using ksh.
-
- * amd/amfs_toplvl.c (amfs_toplvl_mount): break complex ifdef macro
- into two sections, to workaround a C99 varargs-macro bug in
- gcc-3.2.2 (RH9).
-
- * libamu/wire.c (print_wires): convert argument-less xsnprintf to
- xstrlcpy.
-
- * include/am_utils.h: use new HAVE_C99_VARARGS_MACROS or
- HAVE_GCC_VARARGS_MACROS to pass file name and line number to
- xsnprintf/xvsnprintf.
-
- * libamu/strutil.c (xsnprintf, xvsnprintf): if debugging is on,
- then also print the source file name and line number that called
- xsnprintf/xvsnprintf with a buffer that wasn't large enough (most
- likely an am-utils bug).
-
- * Makefile.am (EXTRA_DIST_M4): distribute new
- check_varargs_macros.m4 file.
-
- * configure.in: execute new AMU_VARARGS_MACROS test.
-
- * m4/macros/check_varargs_macros.m4: new test to check what style
- of variable-length argument macros, if any, does the
- compiler/pre-processor supports.
-
- * conf/autofs/autofs_solaris_v2_v3.c (autofs_lookup_2_req)
- conf/autofs/autofs_solaris_v1.c (autofs_mount_1_req), amd/opts.c,
- amd/nfs_subr.c (nfsproc_lookup_2_svc), amd/nfs_start.c
- (mount_automounter), amd/get_args.c (get_args), amd/amfs_toplvl.c,
- amd/amfs_auto.c (amfs_auto_mount), amd/amd.h, amd/amd.c (main):
- use sizeof() instead of fixed SIZEOF_* macros.
-
- * libamu/strutil.c (xstrlcat, xstrlcpy), include/am_utils.h
- (DEBUG): if debugging is on, then also print the source file name
- and line number that called xstrl* with a buffer that wasn't large
- enough (most likely an am-utils bug)
-
- * include/am_compat.h (INADDR_NONE): define in a common location,
- if OS doesn't have it, use 0xffffffffU which should work with any
- ANSI compiler.
-
- * fixmount/fixmount.c, libamu/wire.c: remove local definition of
- INADDR_NONE.
-
- * amd/amfs_toplvl.c (amfs_toplvl_mount), amd/amfs_auto.c
- (amfs_auto_mount): use common SIZEOF_OPTS in definition and call
- to autofs_get_opts.
-
- * amd/amd.h (SIZEOF_OPTS): moved #define to common header.
-
-2005-10-06 Rainer Orth <ro@TechFak.Uni-Bielefeld.DE>
-
- * amd/opts.c (expand_op): Need to check BUFSPACE for env for
- vlen+1. Likewise for cp and strlen(cp)+1.
-
- * amd/amfs_toplvl.c (amfs_toplvl_mount) [HAVE_FS_AUTOFS]: Pass new
- size argument to autofs_get_opts.
-
-2005-10-05 Erez Zadok <ezk@cs.sunysb.edu>
-
- * amq/pawd.c (transform_dir): was using UDP only. Now will also
- try TCP if UDP failed. Destroy client after use to avoid leftover
- TCP sockets in the kernel.
-
- * libamu/hasmntopt.c (amu_hasmntopt): increase size of MNTMAXSTR
- from 128 to to 256, because some users have really long option
- strings. Suggestion from jon+amd-at-spock.org.
-
- * amd/opts.c (expand_op): should check BUFSPACE for vlen+1, not
- just vlen. Bug discovered when started using xstrlcpy().
-
- * ALL: convert from using strcat to the safer xstrlcat, and from
- strcpy to safer xstrlcpy.
-
-2005-10-04 Erez Zadok <ezk@cs.sunysb.edu>
-
- * hlfsd/hlfsd.h: remove old fatalerror() and ERRM macros.
-
- * hlfsd/hlfsd.c (fatalerror): new function instead of macro.
- Easier to use xstrlcat in this new function.
-
- * amd/amd.h, include/am_utils.h, amd/amd.c: moved 'hostd' extern
- from am_utils.h to amd.h, and define its size as a macro that
- could be passed to xstrl*().
-
- * ALL: convert from using sprintf to the safer xsnprintf.
-
- * mk-amd-map/Makefile.am (LDADD): link with libamu to get
- xsnprintf().
-
- * amd/amd.h, amd/amd.c, include/am_utils.h: moved pid_fsname
- extern from am_utils.h to amd.h, and define its size as a macro
- that could be passed to xsnprintf().
-
-2005-10-02 Erez Zadok <ezk@cs.sunysb.edu>
-
- * libamu/Makefile.am: use strutil.c, not util.c.
-
- * libamu/strutil.c: rename from util.c to explain better purpose
- of file. Move xvsnprintf and xsnprintf from xutil.c to this file.
-
- * libamu/xutil.c: explain purpose of file. Move mkdirs/rmdirs
- code from old util.c.
-
-2005-10-01 Erez Zadok <ezk@cs.sunysb.edu>
-
- * m4/macros/header_templates.m4: templates for FFS.
-
- * m4/macros/check_mnttab_type.m4: on BSD44 systems, check for file
- system mount table name via the MOUNT_* mount(2) macros (because
- BSD44 keeps the mount table in the kernel).
-
- * configure.in: synchronise order of searching for mnttab entries
- and mount names. The new order is "ext3 ext2 ffs ufs 4.2 4.3 4.4
- efs xfs jfs ultrix" (which would prefer ffs on BSD44 instead of
- ufs, and ext3 instead of ext2 on Linux).
-
- * include/am_defs.h: include <sys/statvfs.h> if it exists.
-
- * conf/nfs_prot/nfs_prot_netbsd1_4.h: NetBSD 3 has both statfs()
- and statvfs(), but the latter is preferred, so #define to use
- statvfs.
-
- * configure.in: check for statfs(), statvfs(), and
- <sys/statvfs.h>.
-
- * config.guess.long: strip trailing '.' on "netbsdelf3.0."
- (Beta). Workaround for bug in config.guess.
-
- * config.{guess,sub}: update to latest versions.
-
-2005-09-30 Christos Zoulas <christos@zoulas.com>
-
- * fsinfo/fsi_util.c (set_ether_if): use INADDR_NONE instead of
- hard-coded value of -1.
-
- * include/amq_defs.h (AMQ_STRLEN): increase default size from 2KB
- to 16KB. We can afford it these days.
-
- * libamu/strcasecmp.c (strcasecmp): use unsigned chars in
- tolower() to avoid sign/size promotion bugs.
-
- * libamu/xutil.c (switch_to_logfile): don't output to LOG_CONS by
- default (it's unfriendly). If user really wants to, they can set
- it in /etc/syslog.conf.
-
-2005-09-29 Erez Zadok <ezk@cs.sunysb.edu>
-
- * amq/pawd.c (find_mt): if the auto mount type is used, pawd could
- go into an infinite loop since the mt_directory and mt_mountpoint
- fields are the same for auto mounts. Solution: ignore type auto
- mounts, similar to toplvl. Bug fix from Jonathan Chen
- <jon+amd@spock.org>.
-
- * README.attrcache: document test-attrcache script.
-
- * scripts/Makefile.am (noinst_SCRIPTS): build test-attrcache
- script.
-
- * configure.in: build scripts/test-attrcache script and chmod it
- so it can be executed in place.
-
- * scripts/test-attrcache.in: script to test the NFS attribute
- cache using Amd.
-
-2005-09-26 Erez Zadok <ezk@cs.sunysb.edu>
-
- * hlfsd/stubs.c (nfsproc_getattr_2_svc, nfsproc_lookup_2_svc,
- nfsproc_readlink_2_svc, nfsproc_readdir_2_svc), hlfsd/hlfsd.c
- (hlfsd_init): use new clocktime() function.
-
-2005-09-18 Erez Zadok <ezk@cs.sunysb.edu>
-
- * README.attrcache: document netbsd's patchs to support noac.
-
- * libamu/mount_fs.c (compute_nfs_attrcache_flags): cleanup the
- code that sets the ac{reg,dir}{min,max} fields so it also sets the
- appropriate nfs_args->flags such as MNT2_NFS_OPT_ACREGMIN.
-
- * configure.in: check for nfs_args fields acregmax and acdirmax.
-
- * README.attrcache: new file documenting in detail OS bugs
- relating to attribute caching, which can affect Amd's reliability
- under heavy load.
- Update status of freebsd and openbsd.
-
- * doc/Makefile.am: install README.attrcache file as attrache.txt
- file on am-utils Web site.
-
- * Makefile.am (EXTRA_DIST): include README.attrcache in distro.
-
- * BUGS, NEWS, doc/am-utils.texi (auto_attrcache Parameter),
- scripts/amd.conf.5, scripts/amd.conf-sample: document attribute
- cache bugs on some OSs.
-
-2005-09-17 Erez Zadok <ezk@cs.sunysb.edu>
-
- * libamu/xutil.c (clocktime): newly implemented routine. Uses
- gettimeofday() each time to return a high-resolution clock time,
- and does not "cache" the last time. Returns time in seconds, just
- like the old implementation. If passed a non-null argument, will
- fill it in with the current time in seconds+microseconds.
-
- * libamu/xutil.c: remove actual declaration of clock_valid, and
- another never-used declaration for xclock_valid.
-
- * include/am_utils.h: remove defunct definition of clocktime()
- macro and clock_valid variable. Add extern for new definition.
-
- * libamu/mount_fs.c (mount_fs), hlfsd/homedir.c (homedir,
- hlfsd_diskspace, hlfsd_getpwent, plt_reset, table_add),
- hlfsd/hlfsd.c (main, hlfsd_init, reload, cleanup),
- conf/mtab/mtab_mach3.c (open_locked_mtab), conf/mtab/mtab_file.c
- (open_locked_mtab), amd/nfs_start.c (do_select, run_rpc),
- amd/autil.c (host_normalize): remove defunct clock_valid.
-
- * amd/nfs_subr.c (nfsproc_getattr_2_svc): Print microseconds for
- node's mtime.
- (fh_to_mp3): use new clocktime() to update mtime and get a better
- time resolution.
-
- * amd/mapc.c (mapc_reload_map): change prototype from returning
- void to returning an int. If reloading was needed and succeeded,
- return 1; else return 0.
- (mapc_sync): update mtime of parent node if needed. This is a
- CRITICAL FIX, to ensure that the kernel flushes its DNLC/dcache
- when we run "amq -f" manually or when a map is reloaded.
-
- * amd/map.c (new_ttl): update am_ttl and na_atime in one shot.
- (init_map): use new clocktime().
- (unmount_mp): if the OS doesn't support a "symttl" option, then
- update the mtime of the parent node using the clocktime(); but if
- the time hasn't gotten changed because of rapid Amd accesses on
- systems that don't have a micro-second NFS-client resolution, then
- increment mtime by one arbitrarily (this could, on some systems
- and under pathological cases, result in mtime's that are in the
- future).
-
- * amd/autil.c (forcibly_timeout_mp): MAJOR BUG FIX: force mtime
- update of parent dir, to prevent DNLC/dcache from caching the old
- entry, which could result in ESTALE errors, bad symlinks, and
- more.
- (am_mounted): record mount time, and update am_stats at the same
- time, using the double-action redone clocktime() routine.
- (am_mounted): update parent's mtime from that of the child.
- (am_unmounted): when unmounting an entry, update mtime of parent
- node.
-
- * amd/amfs_generic.c (amfs_bgmount): now that clocktime() doesn't
- remember it's last non-zero value, save it in a temporary variable
- to avoid a TOCTOU problem (between an "if" and a "dlog").
-
- * libamu/xutil.c (show_time_host_and_name),
- conf/autofs/autofs_linux.c (autofs_mounted, autofs_timeout_mp),
- amd/srvr_nfs.c (nfs_keepalive_callback, nfs_keepalive_timeout)
- (find_nfs_srvr), amd/rpc_fwd.c (fwd_alloc), amd/nfs_subr.c
- (nfsproc_getattr_2_svc), amd/nfs_start.c (do_select, run_rpc),
- amd/mapc.c (root_init), amd/map.c(map_flush_srvr, timeout_mp),
- amd/info_ndbm.c (ndbm_init), amd/info_ldap.c (amu_ldap_rebind),
- amd/info_file.c (file_open), amd/info_exec.c (fgets_timed,
- exec_search), amd/clock.c (timeout, softclock), amd/autil.c
- (forcibly_timeout_mp), amd/amfs_generic.c (amfs_retry,
- amfs_bgmount, amfs_generic_mount_child), amd/amd.c (main): pass
- NULL to clocktime().
-
-2005-09-15 Erez Zadok <ezk@cs.sunysb.edu>
-
- * amd/nfs_subr.c (nfsproc_getattr_2_svc): initialize 'retry', just
- in case.
- (fh_to_mp3): increment amd_stats.d_stale counter only if we are
- actually returning ESTALE.
-
- * amd/info_exec.c (exec_parse_qanswer), amd/info_file.c
- (file_search_or_reload), amd/info_hesiod.c (hesiod_search),
- amd/info_ldap.c (amu_ldap_search), amd/info_ndbm.c (search_ndbm),
- amd/info_nis.c (nis_search), amd/info_nisplus.c (nisplus_search,
- nisplus_search): don't dereference mnt_map->cfm which may be null
- if we're not using an amd.conf file.
-
-2005-09-14 Erez Zadok <ezk@cs.sunysb.edu>
-
- * libamu/xutil.c (unregister_amq): if failed to de-register Amd
- from portmapper, report it under dlog (debugging), not as an
- annoying plog that always shows up.
-
-2005-09-13 Erez Zadok <ezk@cs.sunysb.edu>
-
- * mk-amd-map/mk-amd-map.c (read_file_file), libamu/util.c
- (strsplit), libamu/hasmntopt.c (nextmntopt), amd/sun_map.c
- (sun_entry2amd), amd/sun2amd.c (sun2amd_convert_convert),
- amd/mapc.c (mapc_add_kv), amd/info_file.c (file_search_or_reload),
- amd/info_exec.c (exec_parse_qanswer): cast isspace() and isascii()
- arg to unsigned char, which is safer as per Christos.
-
- * amd/sun_map.c (sun_entry2amd): isspace takes an int, not a char.
-
- * configure.in: keep a dummy unused AM_PROG_LEX, because old
- Automake (1.6.3) looks for it if you refer to LEX in your
- Makefile.am files. Silly thing, fixed in newer versions of
- Automake (1.9.2).
-
-2005-09-11 Erez Zadok <ezk@cs.sunysb.edu>
-
- * Makefile.am (EXTRA_DIST_M4): add prog_{lex,yacc}.m4 to distro.
-
- * configure.in: use new macros AMU_PROG_YACC and AMU_PROG_LEX.
-
- * m4/macros/prog_yacc.m4: new macro to check if bison/yacc/byacc
- exist, but exist with an error if none found.
-
- * m4/macros/prog_lex.m4: new macro to check if f/lex exist, but
- exit with an error if not found (am-utils requires f/lex).
-
-2005-09-07 Erez Zadok <ezk@cs.sunysb.edu>
-
- * minor new port: powerpc-apple-darwin8.2.0.
-
- * m4/macros/type_auth_create_gidlist.m4: Old macosx used "gid_t"
- but all newer ones (10.4+) use int.
-
- * m4/macros/type_recvfrom_fromlen.m4: Old macosx used "int" for
- 6th arg of recvfrom(), but all newer ones (10.4+) use socklen_t.
-
- * minor new port: i386-pc-linux-deb3.1.
-
-2005-09-02 Erez Zadok <ezk@cs.sunysb.edu>
-
- * conf/mount/mount_linux.c: If autoconf didn't find any disk-based
- file system on this system (probably because /proc isn't mounted),
- then provide some default definition for this file to compile.
-
-2005-08-28 Daniel P. Ottavio <dottavio@ic.sunysb.edu>
-
- * amd/sun_map.c (sun_entry2amd) : Wipe out any trailing white
- spaces or '\n' before passing strings to the parser.
-
- * amd/amd.h : oops, reverting bad changes
-
- * amd/info_file.c : oops, reverting bad changes
-
- * amd/mapc.c : oops, reverting bad changes
-
- * amd/sun_map_parse.y : oops, reverting bad changes
-
-2005-08-27 Erez Zadok <ezk@cs.sunysb.edu>
-
- * libamu/xutil.c: amd_program_number is a u_long now.
- (unregister_amq): if pmap_unset failed to de-register Amd from the
- portmapper, print an error message.
- (get_amd_program_number): returns a u_long now.
- (set_amd_program_number): take a u_long now.
-
- * include/am_utils.h: get_amd_program_number() returns u_long now.
- set_amd_program_number() takes a u_long now.
-
- * amq/amq.c: amd_program_number is a u_long, not int.
-
- * amd/nfs_start.c (mount_automounter): when registering Amd with
- the portmapper (for Amq service), don't fail if just one of TCP or
- UDP failed to register, but only if both transports failed. That
- way Amq can still contact Amd using the transport that did
- register correctly. However, now, if both transports failed to
- register, then set amd_state to "Done" so it would shutdown
- cleanly.
-
- * conf/transp/transp_{sockets,tli{}.c (amu_svc_register): better
- comments.
-
- * libamu/xutil.c: debug_flags should always be initialized to
- D_CONTROL (amq,daemon,fork).
- (debug_option): allow setting initial immutable debug_flags via
- amd.conf; afterward, prevent it (i.e., one tries it via "amq -D").
-
- * Makefile.am (DISTCLEANFILES): also remove amu_autofs_prot.h,
- config.cache.old, and dbgcf.h on "make distclean".
- (CLEANFILES): remove dbgcf on plain "make clean".
-
- * amd/Makefile.am (DISTCLEANFILES): also remove ops_autofs.c on
- "make distclean".
-
-2005-08-27 Daniel P. Ottavio <dottavio@ic.sunysb.edu>
-
- * amd/info_file.c (file_search_or_reload): Changed the key
- variable that is passed to the sun_entry2amd.
-
- * amd/mapc.c (mapc_add_kv): Add support for multiple entries
- packed into one line. This is a workaround for handling Sun style
- mounts that contains multiple entries on one line: "multi-mount
- entries". The sun2amd conversion tools will convert such entries
- into type:=auto and pack each of the auto-entries into one line
- separated by '\n'. The mapc_add_kv function will now recognize
- such entries and add then.
-
- * amd/sun2amd.c (sun2amd_convert): Add print statement that
- includes the line number during a parser failure.
-
- * sun_map.c: Fix the AMD_MAP_PREF_KW definition. Fix spelling.
- (sun_mountpts2amd): removed this function
- (sun_hsfs2amd): added some more comments
- (sun_nfs2amd): moved support for multi-mount entries from this
- function to sun_multi2amd().
- (sun_multi2amd): New function to handle multi-mount entries. This
- function will convert the Sun version to an Amd type:=auto. Each
- extra auto entry will be appended to the same line separated by a
- '\n'.
- (sun_entry2amd): Fixed a bug if-statement. This function now
- checks for multi-mount entries.
-
- * amd/sun_map.h: Add a fstype member to the sun_mountpt struct.
-
- * amd/sun_map_parse.y: Parser now supports fstype for multi-mount
- entries.
-
- * amd/sun_map_tok.l: No longer print the line and column number
- when parsing. This is because the parser is handed strings not
- files. Therefore, the line number will always be 1. It is now up
- to the higher level tools to echo line information during error
- when they feed the parser.
-
-2005-08-24 Erez Zadok <ezk@cs.sunysb.edu>
-
- * configure.in: wrap all LDAP and HESIOD tests in test whether
- --with-OPT was used.
-
-2005-08-20 Daniel P. Ottavio <dottavio@ic.sunysb.edu>
-
- * amd/sun_map.c: Clean up #defines
- (sun_entry2amd) : Verify that the key and entry values passed are
- not NULL. Free the Sun entry struct when done.
-
- * amd/sun_map.h: Add some "not implemented yet" comments to the
- map and mmap structures.
-
- * amd/sun_map_parse.y: Removed automap include functionality, it
- will need to be re-implemented using a pre-processor.
- Clean up function calls.
-
-2005-08-16 Daniel P. Ottavio <dottavio@ic.sunysb.edu>
-
- * amd/sun2amd.c (sun2amd_convert): If the input line is too long
- don't return an error just null terminate and continue. Fix bug:
- the map key was not written.
-
- * amd/sun_map.c: Add a new Amd device, and cdfs constant.
- (sun_locations2amd): Write the NFS type keyword
- for each host of the mount entry. Add a space between each mount
- location.
- (sun_hsfs2amd): New function to support hsfs to
- cdfs.
- (sun_nfs2amd): Don't write the nfs type here. Fix
- comments.
- (sun_entry2amd): Change function parameter var for
- clarity. Add support for hsfs.
-
- * amd/sun_map_parse.y (sun_map_parse_read): Reset the entry list
- after it has been returned.
-
-2005-08-16 Erez Zadok <ezk@cs.sunysb.edu>
-
- * amd/get_args.c (get_args): initialize debug_flags if they've
- never been set.
-
-2005-08-15 Erez Zadok <ezk@cs.sunysb.edu>
-
- * amd/mapc.c (mapc_create): mapc find takes 4th arg, the mount
- point. Now, we can properly initialize the cfm structure of the
- mnt_map, so we can have access to the flags (e.g., SUN_MAP_SYNTAX)
- inside each info_*.c file.
- (mapc_find): takes 4rd arg (mntpt) and passes it to calls to
- mapc_create.
- (root_newmap): pass NULL as 4th arg (mntpt).
-
- * amd/amfs_generic.c (amfs_parse_defaults): remove ugly hack to
- initialize map cfm structure (including flags) so late.
-
- * amd/autil.c (amfs_mkcacheref): pass mount point as 4th arg to
- mapc_find.
-
- * amd/amfs_root.c (amfs_root_mount): pass NULL as new 4th arg to
- mapc_find.
-
- * amd/amd.h: extern for mapc_find changed to pass the mount point.
-
- * libamu/xutil.c: debug_flags should be unsigned.
- (dbg_opt): fix comments for updated debug_flags, add "defaults".
- (debug_option): Don't allow "immutable" (D_IMMUTABLE) flags to be
- changed, because they could mess Amd's state and only make sense
- to be set once when Amd starts. Currently these immutable flags
- are "daemon," "fork," "amq," and "mtab." If Amd not compiled with
- debugging, set default "control" options (daemon,fork,amq).
- (unregister_amq): proper use of D_AMQ.
-
- * include/am_utils.h: define new D_BASIC, D_CONTROL, D_DEFAULT,
- D_IMMUTABLE, and D_MASK. Updated definitions of D_ALL and D_TEST.
- debug_flags extern should be unsigned.
-
- * scripts/amd.conf-sample (debug_options): mention new "defaults"
- option.
-
- * scripts/amd.conf.5,doc/am-utils.texi: document new debug option
- "defaults" and properly explain the corrected meanings of
- "daemon," "fork," "amq," and their "no" inversions. Better
- explain "all" and "test" too. Correct default debug_mtab file to
- /tmp/mtab.
-
- * hlfsd/stubs.c (nfsproc_readlink_2_svc): proper use of D_FORK.
-
- * hlfsd/homedir.c (homedir): proper use of D_FORK.
-
- * hlfsd/hlfsd.c (main, hlfsd_init, cleanup): proper use of
- D_DAEMON.
-
- * amd/nfs_start.c (mount_automounter): proper use of D_AMQ.
-
- * amd/amd.h (DEBUG_MNTTAB_FILE): change default to /tmp/mtab,
- which is more common on more systems (instead of /tmp/mnttab).
-
- * amd/amd.c (main): properly use D_DAEMON.
-
-2005-08-14 Erez Zadok <ezk@cs.sunysb.edu>
-
- * libamu/xutil.c (xlog_opt): define new pseudo log_option named
- "defaults", which is an alias for "fatal,error,user,warning,info".
-
- * scripts/amd.conf.5, doc/am-utils.texi, amd/amd.8: document new
- log_option "defaults".
-
- * amq/amq.8: typo. Arg name for -D is "debug_options" not
- "log_options".
-
- * libamu/xutil.c: make xlog_level static, and initialize it to
- XLOG_DEFAULT.
- (cmdoption): take unsigned int as flags argument, and print any
- errors as XLOG_ERROR (which cannot be turned off).
- (switch_option): remove old code which disallowed you from turning
- off flags that were set when Amd started up. Now, you can turn
- any log option on/off at start time or later on (via amq -x),
- other than the two mandatory options (fatal+error).
-
- * include/am_utils.h (XLOG_*): remove unused XLOG_DEFSTR. Define
- XLOG_MASK to mask out unused flag bits. Define XLOG_DEFAULT to be
- what it was before (fatal + error + user + warning + info), but
- use the new mask. Remove extern's for xlog_level and
- xlog_level_init. Change extern for cmdoption() to take an
- unsigned flags argument.
-
- * doc/am-utils.texi, amq/amq.8, scripts/amd.conf.5, amd/amd.8:
- document mandatory log options
- (fatal+error) which cannot be turned off and are always on by
- default. They must be on so that Amd can report crucial errors,
- including those related to setting flags on/off.
-
- * hlfsd/hlfsd.c (main): remove hack to initialize log_options.
-
- * wire-test/wire-test.c: remove reference to unused xlog_level.
-
- * amd/mapc.c (mapc_create): 'alloc' flags variable should be
- unsigned.
-
- * amd/get_args.c (get_args): no need for hack using
- xlog_level_init.
-
- * amd/Makefile.am: separate sources common to amd and sun2amd into
- a special, locally-built only, static library called libaminfo.a.
-
- * libamu/xutil.c (real_plog, xsnprintf): call new xvsnprintf()
- wrapper function.
- (xvsnprintf): new function which already gets a va_list. This was
- needed to avoid nesting va_list's (which apparently isn't
- allowed).
-
- * include/am_utils.h: prototype for new xvsnprintf wrapper.
-
- * configure.in: sinclude([vers.m4]) version number file.
-
- * vers.m4: new file to separate version number out of
- configure.in, useful for nightly snapshot script to generate
- nightly version string.
-
- * Makefile.am (EXTRA_DIST_M4): include vers.m4 in distro.
-
-2005-08-14 Daniel P. Ottavio <dottavio@ic.sunysb.edu>
-
- * amd/info_file.c: add key to sun_entry2amd()'s parameters
-
- * amd/info_hesiod.c: add key to sun_entry2amd()'s parameters
-
- * amd/info_ldap.c: add key to sun_entry2amd()'s parameters
-
- * amd/info_ndbm.c: add key to sun_entry2amd()'s parameters
-
- * amd/info_nis.c: add key to sun_entry2amd()'s parameters
-
- * amd/info_nisplus.c: add key to sun_entry2amd()'s parameters
-
- * amd/sun_map.c: New functions to support sun translation to amd.
- The function sun_entry2amd's parameters were expanded to include
- the key value. sun_entry_2amd() now returns NULL on error.
-
- * amd/sun_map.h: Expand sun_entry2amd's parameters to include key
- value.
-
- * amd/sun_map_parse.y: Change how file system types are parsed out
- of the list of options for each entry. The previous way was not
- working properly so now we just look for the 'fstype' keyword in
- each option. If it exists we copy its key value.
- Added some comments to sun_map_parse_read().
-
- * amd/amd.h: Added an extern from info_file.c called
- file_read_line(). Previously this function was static but is now
- used in sun2amd.c.
-
- * amd/info_file.c: Changed the static function read_line() to a
- public function called file_read_line(). This function is now
- used in sun2amd.c
-
- * amd/sun2amd.8: Filled in the contents of this man page. This is
- a conversion utility that converts Sun maps to Amd maps.
-
- * amd/sun2amd.c: Implemented a working version of this utility.
-
-2005-08-11 Erez Zadok <ezk@cs.sunysb.edu>
-
- * amd/sun_map_parse.y: instead of using a custom FOO_alloc()
- function, use Amd's CALLOC(struct FOO) macro.
-
- * amd/sun_map.h: remove extern definitions to functions no longer
- needed.
-
- * amd/sun_map.c: removed superfluous *_alloc() functions, some of
- which caused conflicts with same-named symbols in the parser
- (since we rename 'yyalloc' to 'sun_map_alloc').
-
- * configure.in: keep AC_INIT on same line, for nightly snapshot
- build script.
-
- * amd/Makefile.am: f/lex libraries are incompatible with multiple
- scanners, so don't link Amd with libl.a/libfl.a.
-
-2005-08-10 Daniel P. Ottavio <dottavio@ic.sunysb.edu>
-
- * amd/sun_map_tok.l: Clean up regular expression so HPUX stops
- whining.
-
-2005-08-09 Daniel P. Ottavio <dottavio@ic.sunysb.edu>
-
- * amd/sun_map_parse.y: Moved license below special yacc bracket to
- be portable with HPUX's yacc. Clean up externs.
-
- * amd/sun_map_tok.l: Moved license below special lex bracket to be
- portable with HPUX's lex. Fixed definitions to allow for a
- non-flex lex to parse strings instead of files. Added some casts
- to strlcpy usage to silence warnings. Moved the % options because
- HPUX was complaining,
-
-2005-08-08 Daniel P. Ottavio <dottavio@ic.sunysb.edu>
-
- * amd/sun_map_tok.l: Applied some definition goop to handle the
- ECHO symbol that lex defines. This symbol causes problems on
- RedHat-EL-powerPC platforms. Replaced strncpy with strlcpy.
- Renamed the function sun_map_yyinput to sun_map_input. This
- function is a utility function that is not generated by lex.
- Therefore, the 'yy' may cause confusion.
-
-2005-08-08 Erez Zadok <ezk@cs.sunysb.edu>
-
- * amd/sun_map_tok.l: allocate more output slots so lex scanners
- don't run out of memory.
-
- * amd/sun_map_parse.y: declare extern for sun_map_parse().
-
- * libamu/xutil.c (xsnprintf): ensure proper comparisons between
- signed and unsigned quantities.
-
-2005-08-06 Erez Zadok <ezk@cs.sunysb.edu>
-
- * libamu/util.c, amd/autil.c (strsplit): moved strsplit() function
- from Amd code to to libamu, so sun2amd could use it.
-
- * amd/Makefile.am (sbin_PROGRAMS): build sun2amd binary and man
- page.
- (EXTRA_sun2amd_OBJECTS): sun2amd needs to link with all info_*.c files
-
- * amd/sun2amd.8: placeholder for man page.
-
- * amd/sun2amd.c: placeholder for C version of translator from Sun
- syntax maps to Amd maps.
-
- * */*.[0-9]: include file name in nroff source comment.
-
- * ALL: use '0' properly when assigning or passing it to functions.
- If in the context pointer, use NULL. If in the context of a
- single char (say within a string), the use '\0'. This is just to
- make the code clearer.
-
- * m4/macros/header_templates.m4: template for HAVE_MAP_SUN.
-
- * amd/mapc.c (maptypes): add placeholder for Sun-syntax map
- methods.
-
- * amd/Makefile.am (EXTRA_amd_SOURCES): compile info_sun.c
-
- * amd/info_sun.c: placeholder for meta info parser to get info
- from Sun automount-style /etc/auto_master, possibly following
- into multiple info services (via /etc/nsswitch.conf).
-
- * libamu/xutil.c (xsnprintf): if vsnprintf truncated the output
- string to avoid an overflow, print an error. Include some code to
- break out any possible infinite loop between plog() and
- xsnprintf().
- (real_plog): now we can use (carefully) xsnprintf() directly.
-
- * amd/sun_map.[hc]: cleanup and formatting.
-
- * amd/sun_map_parse.y: to match the literal string "fstype=" use
- double quotes, not single quotes.
-
- * amd/get_args.c (get_args): call conf_parse() using conf_in.
-
- * amd/amd.h: use renamed parser symbols (yyparse -> conf_parse;
- yyin -> conf_in).
-
- * ylwrap: Enhance wrapper to avoid the #define hacks done by Gdb,
- and suggested by the Automake manual. This enhanced parser will
- prefix each conflicting yacc/lex symbol with a unique name
- produced from INPUT. For example, if INPUT is foo_parse.y, then
- yyparse() becomes foo_parse(). This requires that both your .l
- and corresponding .y files have the same prefix (e.g., foo_parse.y
- and foo_tok.l).
-
- * amd/Makefile.am (BUILT_SOURCES): define which yacc/lex .h/.c
- source files are built automatically, and therefore should not be
- in the distro (IMHO), and should be cleaned upon "make clean".
- (amd_SOURCES): include new sun_map_parse.y and sun_map_tok.l files.
-
- * ylwrap: new file needed because we have two parsers now.
-
- * amd/sun_map_{parse.y,tok.l}: cleanup and formatting.
-
-2005-08-06 Daniel P. Ottavio <dottavio@ic.sunysb.edu>
-
- * amd/Makefile.am: Added new files sun_map.h, sun_map.c,
- sun_map_parse.y, and sun_map_tok.l. These files add support for
- parsing Sun style maps. The yacc/lex files needed custom rules so
- they don't cause symbol conflicts with each other.
-
- * amd/amd.h: Added "#define INFO_MAX_LINE_LEN" that specifies the
- line limit for info services.
-
- * amd/info_exec.c: Replaced MAX_LINE_LEN with INFO_MAX_LINE_LEN
-
- * amd/info_file.c: Replaced MAX_LINE_LEN with INFO_MAX_LINE_LEN,
- added support for parsing Sun style maps. The support for Sun
- maps is done using the sun_entry2amd() function. This function is
- called for each entry line that is read only when Sun parsing is
- enabled. For each entry line that is passed to the function a
- copy of the Amd equivalent is returned.
-
- * amd/sun_map.h: new header file for Sun style map support
-
- * amd/sun_map.c: new source file for Sun style map support, clean
- up comments, additional sun2amd conversion routines
-
- * amd/sun_map_parse.y: new yacc file for parsing Sun style maps,
- fix copyright notice, put filename below license.
-
- * amd/sun_map_tok.l: new lex file for parsing Sun style maps, fix
- copyright notice, put filename below license.
-
- * amd/get_args.c: replace usage of strlcat with xstrlcat
-
- * include/am_utils.h: added 'extern void xstrlcat()'
-
- * libamu/util.c: Added a xstrlcat() function that wraps the
- syscall strlcat() so that string truncations can be logged.
-
-2005-08-06 Erez Zadok <ezk@cs.sunysb.edu>
-
- * amd/info_file.c (file_search, file_reload): pass mnt_map to
- file_search_or_reload.
- (file_search_or_reload): ensure that mnt_map is never NULL.
-
- * amd/info_nis.c (nis_search): call sun_entry2amd() if
- sun_map_syntax=yes.
-
- * amd/info_ldap.c (amu_ldap_search): call sun_entry2amd() if
- sun_map_syntax=yes.
-
- * amd/info_hesiod.c (hesiod_search): call sun_entry2amd() if
- sun_map_syntax=yes.
-
- * amd/info_ndbm.c (ndbm_search): pass mnt_map to search_ndbm.
- (search_ndbm): call sun_entry2amd() if sun_map_syntax=yes.
-
- * amd/info_nisplus.c (nisplus_search): call sun_entry2amd() if
- sun_map_syntax=yes.
-
- * amd/info_exec.c (exec_search): pass mnt_map to
- exec_parse_qanswer.
- (exec_parse_qanswer): call sun_entry2amd() if sun_map_syntax=yes.
-
- * doc/am-utils.texi (sun_map_syntax Parameter): document new
- common parameter.
-
- * scripts/amd.conf.5: selectors_in_defaults is a common parameter,
- not just [global]. Use consistent capitalization of Amd/Amq.
- Document new sun_map_syntax parameter.
-
- * scripts/amd.conf-sample: properly list all of the parameters
- which are common to both the [global] and the per-map sections.
- (sun_map_syntax): example of new parameter.
-
- * doc/am-utils.texi (Common Parameters): selectors_in_defaults is
- a common parameter, not just [global].
-
- * scripts/amd.conf-sample (sun_map_syntax): example of new flag.
-
- * amd/conf.c ({ropt,gopt}_sun_map_syntax): new function to parse
- sun_map_syntax flag (global or per map).
-
- * amd/amd.h (CFM_SUN_MAP_SYNTAX): new flag for users to say if the
- map uses Sun automounter syntax.
-
- * cvs-server.txt: update instructions after branching 6.1-stable.
-
-2005-08-02 Erez Zadok <ezk@cs.sunysb.edu>
-
- *******************************************************************
- *** Released am-utils-6.1.1 ***
- *******************************************************************
-
- * libamu/xutil.c (xsnprintf): "unsafe" alternative to vsnprintf is
- vsprintf, not sprintf.
-
- * conf/umount/umount_osf.c (umount_fs): refer to proper formal
- parameter name.
- (umount2_fs): pass second arg to umount().
-
- * ALL: remove CVS ID and put actual file name in source.
-
- * conf/autofs/*.[hc]: proper copyright headers.
-
- * whitespace reformatting. Remove remaining '%W%' SCCS IDs.
-
- * amd/mntfs.c (free_mntfs): don't discard the last reference to an
- mntfs that had been mounted already. It won't have the
- MFF_RESTARTED flag on, as it gets turned off after the entry is
- mounted, but it will have the MFF_RSTKEEP flag on.
-
- * amd/autil.c (mf_mounted), amd/restart.c (restart_fake_mntfs):
- show the mntfs's flags.
-
-2005-08-01 Erez Zadok <ezk@cs.sunysb.edu>
-
- * conf/mtab/mtab_linux.c: removed unused code. Cleanup.
- (handler): removed this bad signal handler.
- (lock_mtab): Redhat's original code set a signal handler called
- "handler()" for all non-ALRM signals. The handler called
- unlock_mntlist(), plog'ed the signal name, and then exit(1)!
- Never, ever, exit() from inside a utility function. This messed
- up Amd's careful signal-handling code, and caused Amd to abort
- uncleanly only any other "innocent" signal
- (even simple SIGUSR1), leaving behind a hung Amd mnt point. That
- code should have at least restored the signal handlers' states
- upon a successful mtab unlocking. Anyway, that handler was
- unnecessary, because will call unlock_mntlist() properly anyway on
- exit.
-
- * conf/mtab/mtab_{file,isc3,mach3,linux}.c (unlock_mntlist): dlog
- message that we're inside the unlock_mntlist function.
-
- * amd/amd.c (main): use new setup_sighandler() for Amd's four main
- signals (INT, TERM, HUP, and CHLD).
- (main) Add SIGINT and SIGTERM to masked_sigs, used in
- nfs_start.c:do_select() for setjmp/longjmp code; the MASK was set
- to all four signals if !HAVE_SIGACTION, but only to HUP+CHLD if we
- HAVE_SIGACTION. So this change makes Amd behave consistently.
-
- * include/am_utils.h: extern for new setup_sighandler().
-
- * libamu/xutil.c (setup_sighandler): new utility function to setup
- a single signal-handler regardless of what method is supported by
- this OS.
- (going_down): call unlock_mntlist() when exiting, to ensure that
- Amd will remove any leftover mtab lock files, if any.
-
- * amd/restart.c (restart_automounter_nodes): cleanup function.
-
- * minor new port: i386-pc-linuxoldld-deb3.1.
-
- * configure.in: include <sys/types.h> before <linux/socket.h> to
- get the definition of size_t on Debian-3.1r0a.
-
-2005-07-29 Erez Zadok <ezk@cs.sunysb.edu>
-
- * amd/srvr_nfs.c (find_nfs_srvr): don't blindly copy the hostent
- IP address. First check if it differs from the existing one of
- the fserver, and copy only if it changed. If it did change, flush
- the fhandle cache to avoid a stale fhandle being reused. This
- allows Amd to detect IP address changes even for an fserver that
- lost one or more NFS pings, but not enough to be declared totally
- down. We handle the "totally down" fserver case in
- check_fs_addr_change().
-
- * amd/ops_nfs.c (nfs_umount), amd/sched.c (sched_task),
- amd/nfs_subr.c (nfs_quick_reply): code clarity.
-
- * conf/mount/mount_linux.c (linux_nfs_error): dlog mappings of
- errnos to NFS errors.
-
- * conf/umount/umount_linux.c (umount2_fs): cleanup code. Trying
- stat() seems doomed to hang at times, so don't try stat at all,
- because umount2() appears to be clever enough to never hang.
-
-2005-07-25 Erez Zadok <ezk@cs.sunysb.edu>
-
- * amd/amd.h (FSF_FORCE_UNMOUNT): new flag used to indicate that a
- particular fserver may need forced/lazy unmounts when it's mntfs's
- are unmounted.
-
- * amd/ops_nfs.c (nfs_umount): a simple unmount returned EBUSY, and
- the user specified forced_unmounts=yes in amd.conf, and this
- fserver was flagged with FSF_FORCE_UNMOUNT, and the OS supports
- forced/lazy unmounts, then try forced/lazy unmounts. This should
- allow a hung mount point to be removed.
-
- * amd/srvr_nfs.c (find_nfs_srvr): move away IP-address change
- detection code to its own function.
- (check_fs_addr_change): new function to detect if the IP address
- of a downed host has changed, and do various cleanups and fixups
- to try and recover as best from that situation (e.g., flushing
- various caches). Also set the FSF_FORCE_UNMOUNT flag for the
- fserver in question.
- (flush_srvr_nfs_cache): pass fserver as argument, so we can
- selectively flush the NFS cache for a single fserver (or all of
- them, if you pass NULL).
-
- * libamu/xutil.c (switch_to_logfile): truncate a regular-file log
- file if user passed non-zero "truncate_log" flag.
-
- * include/am_utils.h: switch_to_logfile() now takes a 3rd arg.
-
- * amd/get_args.c (get_args): pass "truncate_log" flag as per
- amd.conf global settings.
-
- * amd/conf.c (gopt_truncate_log): store global value of
- truncate_log flag.
-
- * amd/amq_subr.c (amqproc_setopt_1_svc), hlfsd/hlfsd.c (main,
- reload): don't truncate log file when calling switch_to_logfile().
-
- * amd/amd.h (CFM_TRUNCATE_LOG): new flag. Fix comment typo.
-
- * NEWS, doc/am-utils.texi (truncate_log Parameter),
- scripts/amd.conf.5, scripts/amd.conf-sample (log_file): document
- new truncate_log amd.conf parameter.
-
- * amd/conf.c (gopt_forced_unmounts): check Linux kernel version
- and alert if your version may be too old for MNT_FORCE to work
- (before 2.4.0) or for MNT_DETACH to work (before 2.6.0).
- Otherwise it may be impossible to pin down the exact kernel
- version in which we should enable this feature.
-
- * conf/umount/umount_linux.c (umount2_fs): if MNT_FORCE returned
- EBUSY, then don't try to stat(2) before MNT_DETACH because it
- could hang.
-
-2005-07-21 Erez Zadok <ezk@cs.sunysb.edu>
-
- * conf/umount/umount_linux.c (umount_fs): cleanup this function,
- breaking long "if" statements using "goto out".
-
- * conf/umount/umount_{aix,bsd44,osf,default,linux}.c (umount_fs):
- call new utility function umount2_fs() as needed (EBUSY, EIO, or
- ESTALE).
-
- * conf/umount/umount_{aix,bsd44,osf,default,linux}.c (umount2_fs):
- define a new utility function to invoke forcible/lazy unmounts
- without touching any mtab files. This separate utility function
- is useful because it can be called from elsewhere.
-
- * amd/amfs_toplvl.c (amfs_toplvl_init): new function, called
- before Amd mounts toplvl mounts, which gives us a hook for cleanup
- of a previously dead Amd. In our case, if the user asked for
- forced_unmounts, and the OS supports it, then we try forced/lazy
- unmounts on any previous toplvl mounts. This is useful if a
- previous Amd died and left behind toplvl mount points (this Amd
- will clean them up!). WARNING: Don't use forced/lazy unmounts if
- you have another valid Amd running, because this code WILL force
- those valid toplvl mount points to be detached as well!
-
- * amd/amfs_toplvl.c (amfs_toplvl_umount): don't unconditionally
- try forced/lazy unmounts because it will prevent a normal Amd from
- terminating and cleaning up properly (self-deadlocking: detached
- mounts hang the parent Amd on a stat). Since we already do
- unmounts in the background, then try a safer policy: after trying
- the normal unmounts a few times (5 sec), escalate and try forced
- unmounts a few times (5 more seconds), and if even that failed,
- then try the ultimate -- detached unmounts (which always succeed).
- This allows Amd to first try and shutdown cleanly, and gradually
- try more forcible ways to shutdown. On Linux, this procedure will
- cleanly shutdown Amd even if there are processes with their CWD on
- Amd's mount points (which normally result in EBUSY).
-
-2005-07-20 Erez Zadok <ezk@cs.sunysb.edu>
-
- * Makefile.am (EXTRA_DIST_CONF): add new umount_aix.c to distro.
-
- * conf/umount/umount_aix.c: easier if AIX has its own unmount
- helper file.
-
- * m4/macros/check_umount_style.m4: AIX needs its own unmount style
- file.
-
- * doc/am-utils.texi (forced_unmounts Parameter): @xref -> @pxref.
-
-2005-07-19 Erez Zadok <ezk@cs.sunysb.edu>
-
- * conf/nfs_prot/nfs_prot_aix5_2.h: define compatible
- forced-unmount flag.
-
- * conf/umount/umount_default.c (umount_fs): if regular umount got
- EBUSY, EIO, or ESTALE, then try forced unmount, if supported. Try
- umount2 (Solaris) or uvmount (AIX).
-
- * conf/umount/umount_{bsd44,osf}.c (umount_fs): if default
- umount() failed with EIO or ESTALE, also try forced unmount.
-
-2005-07-18 Erez Zadok <ezk@cs.sunysb.edu>
-
- * amd/autil.c (amfs_mount), amd/amfs_toplvl.c
- (amfs_toplvl_umount): enable forced/lazy unmounts only if user
- asked for it (and dlog it).
-
- * scripts/amd.conf.5: document new force_unmount global parameter.
-
- * doc/am-utils.texi (forced_unmounts Parameter): document new
- global parameter.
-
- * amd/conf.c (gopt_forced_unmounts): process forced_unmounts
- option (default "no"). Exit with an error if user specified the
- option as "yes" but configure couldn't find support for either the
- MNT_FORCE or MNT_DETACH flags.
-
- * scripts/amd.conf-sample (forced_unmounts): example usage of new
- option.
-
- * amd/amd.h (CFM_FORCED_UNMOUNTS): new flag for forced_unmounts
- option.
-
- * m4/macros/header_templates.m4: templates for _DETACH and _FORCE.
-
- * configure.in: check for generic u/mount options "detach" and
- "force".
-
- * include/am_utils.h (UMOUNT_FS, umount_fs): new prototypes.
- Define AMU_UMOUNT flags for force, detach, and autofs.
-
- * amd/amfs_toplvl.c (amfs_toplvl_umount): pass _FORCE and _DETACH
- unmount flags unconditionally. Pass them to UMOUNT_FS().
-
- * conf/nfs_prot/nfs_prot_linux.h: define MNT_FORCE and MNT_DETACH
- if needed, because some Linux systems don't define them
- (presumably because it would be too dangerous to expose these
- flags to users).
-
- * amd/autil.c (amfs_mount): if mount(2) failed with ESTALE or EIO,
- then assume that we're in trouble, possibly because a previous
- mount is hung. So, first try to force a lazy unmount of the old
- mount. If the forced unmount worked, then try again to mount the
- desired file system. If the forced unmount failed, then don't
- retry: just return an error.
-
- * amd/amfs_generic.c (amfs_generic_umount), amd/amfs_host.c
- (amfs_host_umount), amd/ops_cachefs.c (cachefs_umount),
- amd/ops_cdfs.c (cdfs_umount), amd/ops_efs.c (efs_umount),
- amd/ops_lofs.c (lofs_umount), amd/ops_nfs.c (nfs_umount),
- amd/ops_pcfs.c (pcfs_umount), amd/ops_ufs.c (ufs_umount),
- amd/ops_xfs.c (xfs_umount), conf/umount/umount_bsd44.c
- (umount_fs), conf/umount/umount_default.c (umount_fs),
- conf/umount/umount_linux.c (umount_fs), conf/umount/umount_osf.c
- (umount_fs): compute and use unmount specific flags.
-
-2005-07-16 Erez Zadok <ezk@cs.sunysb.edu>
-
- * configure.in: better help for users, if nfs_args can't be found.
-
-2005-07-15 Erez Zadok <ezk@cs.sunysb.edu>
-
- * BUGS: more details on AIX's need to install bos.net.nfs.adt
- before configuring am-utils (else configure cannot find struct
- nfs_args on AIX).
-
-2005-07-10 Erez Zadok <ezk@cs.sunysb.edu>
-
- * amd/srvr_nfs.c (find_nfs_srvr): flush NFS handle cache if the IP
- address of a down server had changed.
-
- * amd/info_union.c (union_reload): use safer xsnprintf() routine.
-
- * amd/srvr_nfs.c (find_nfs_srvr): check to see if the IP address
- of a named but down fserver changed (i.e., the previous IP address
- is no longer responding). If so, then reset the fserver to the
- new IP address, and set the fserver's flags such that the function
- will fall through to doing the usual NFS version/proto checks and
- pinging. (This should fix one case of bug #308.)
-
- * conf/umount/umount_linux.c (umount_fs): warn if plain umount()
- failed, before we try to ignore any errors or try optional
- umount2(), possibly with forced/lazy unmount.
- (umount_fs): dlog when unmount succeeded.
-
-2005-07-08 Erez Zadok <ezk@cs.sunysb.edu>
-
- * conf/mount/mount_linux.c: add a couple more NFSv2 error codes
- that are compatible with NFSv3.
-
-2005-07-07 Erez Zadok <ezk@cs.sunysb.edu>
-
- * m4/macros/header_templates.m4: extern template for strlcat().
-
- * amd/get_args.c (get_version_string): use safer strlcat (or
- replacement strlcat). Use new wrapper xsnprintf() function, which
- will use the safer vsnprintf() if available, else default to plain
- sprintf.
-
- * configure.in: check for existence of strlcat() and its extern,
- replacing with libamu/strlcat.c as needed.
-
- * libamu/Makefile.am (EXTRA_DIST): add strlcat.c to distro.
-
- * include/am_defs.h: optional strlcat() extern.
-
- * include/am_utils.h: extern for new xvsnprintf().
-
- * configure.in: overdue new major libtool shlib version.
- Check for snprintf function and extern.
-
-2005-07-06 Erez Zadok <ezk@cs.sunysb.edu>
-
- * conf/nfs_prot/nfs_prot_aix4_3.h: cleanup struct
- aix4_nfs_args_bis.
-
- * Makefile.am (EXTRA_DIST_CONF): include mount_aix3.c in
- distribution.
-
- * conf/mount/mount_aix.c: mount style for aix 5.x and newer.
-
- * conf/mount/mount_aix3.c: mount styles for aix 3.x/4.x.
-
- * m4/macros/check_mount_style.m4: split mount styles for
- aix3.x/4.x and the newer (and better) aix 5.x code.
-
-2005-07-05 Erez Zadok <ezk@cs.sunysb.edu>
-
- * amq/pawd.c (getawd): avoid buffer overflow. Bug fix from Graeme
- Wilford <G.Wilford@surrey.ac.uk>.
-
-2005-06-30 Erez Zadok <ezk@cs.sunysb.edu>
-
- * amd/map.c (get_next_exported_ap): Avoid running off the end of
- the exported_ap[] array. Patch from jon+amd-at-spock.org. Fixed
- bug #301.
-
-2005-06-25 Erez Zadok <ezk@cs.sunysb.edu>
-
- * Makefile.am (EXTRA_DIST_CONF): distribute new mtab_linux.c.
-
- * conf/mtab/mtab_linux.c (rewrite_mtab): variable declarations
- must come before C code.
-
- * conf/mtab/mtab_linux.c: Linux-specific mount table hanlding
- that's safe (uses locks, handles symlinks to /proc/mounts, etc.).
- Patch from Red Hat, which they adapted from mtab_file.c. Minor
- fixes to this file.
-
- * m4/macros/check_mnttab_style.m4: Use Linux-specific mount table
- handling.
-
-2005-06-24 Erez Zadok <ezk@cs.sunysb.edu>
-
- * conf/mount/mount_aix.c (mount_aix3): minor cleanup of filehandle
- copying code.
-
-2005-06-23 Erez Zadok <ezk@cs.sunysb.edu>
-
- * conf/nfs_prot/nfs_prot_hpux.h: add extern for h_errno, which may
- be missing from older hpux10 systems.
-
- * configure.in: update bug-reporting address to list
- https://bugzilla.am-utils.org/ as well as the mailing list.
-
- * Makefile.am (EXTRA_DIST_M4): distribute new type_rpcvers_t.m4
- macro.
-
- * conf/transp/transp_tli.c (get_nfs_version): always use
- rpcvers_t, now that it'll be automatically discovered.
-
- * configure.in: check for rpcvers_t type.
-
- * m4/macros/type_rpcvers_t.m4: new macro to check for type of
- rpcvers_t (Some Solaris versions need it).
-
- * conf/nfs_prot/nfs_prot_sunos5_8.h: don't define INADDR_NONE
- here, but in the actual source files that may need it.
-
- * libamu/wire.c (INADDR_NONE): define INADDR_NONE if not defined
- already.
-
- * include/am_defs.h: define extern for sleep(3) if needed.
-
- * m4/macros/header_templates.m4: template for sleep(3) extern.
-
- * configure.in: check for extern for sleep(3), which is missing
- from some old (and buggy) versions of gcc's fixinc'ed headers.
-
- * conf/nfs_prot/nfs_prot_aix4_3.h: update definition of struct
- nfs_args from actual system headers.
-
- * conf/mount/mount_aix.c (mount_aix3): fix name of aix4 "bis"
- structure.
-
-2005-06-22 Erez Zadok <ezk@cs.sunysb.edu>
-
- * BUGS: update Solaris information about use of f/lex and
- yacc/bison.
-
-2005-06-20 Erez Zadok <ezk@cs.sunysb.edu>
-
- * minor new port: i386-pc-linux-suse9.3.
-
-2005-06-20 Rainer Orth <ro@TechFak.Uni-Bielefeld.DE>
-
- * configure.in (linux/nfs_mount.h): Move __KERNEL__ definition up
- so u32 is available for <linux/sunrpc/msg_prot.h>.
-
-2005-06-16 Erez Zadok <ezk@cs.sunysb.edu>
-
- * amd/mapc.c (maptypes): move MAP_EXEC after MAP_FILE, because
- exec maps will always match when users use amd with command line
- args (not amd.conf). Using that legacy way, unfortunately, means
- that Amd will use it's hard-coded info-service search path, which
- doesn't work for everyone. It's much better to use amd.conf and
- specify what you want exactly.
-
-2005-06-15 Erez Zadok <ezk@cs.sunysb.edu>
-
- * minor new port: i386-pc-linux-fc4 (gcc4 catches more bugs).
-
- * m4/macros/type_recvfrom_fromlen.m4: linux systems use unsigned
- int as the type of recvfrom()'s 6th argument.
-
- * m4/macros/type_yp_order_outorder.m4: linux systems use unsigned
- int as the type of yp_order()'s 3rd argument.
-
-2005-06-15 Erez Zadok <ezk@cs.sunysb.edu>
-
- * scripts/amd.conf-sample (map_type): typo, said mount_type
- instead of map_type for the 'exec' example.
-
-2005-06-11 Erez Zadok <ezk@cs.sunysb.edu>
-
- *******************************************************************
- *** Released am-utils-6.1 ***
- *******************************************************************
-
-2005-06-04 Erez Zadok <ezk@cs.sunysb.edu>
-
- * amd/ops_nfs.c (mount_nfs_fh): set timeo/retrans mount options
- only if the user specified them in amd.conf or elsewhere. If they
- were not specified, don't do anything, which would let the OS use
- its own defaults.
-
- * amd/get_args.c (get_args): negative timeo/retrans are "good" in
- that they represent uninitialized values (meaning to let the OS
- use it's default values). So only check if user specified a value
- equal to zero (invalid).
-
- * amd/amd.h: define AMU_TYPE_NONE so we know when users didn't
- specify timeo/retrans at all.
-
-2005-06-03 Erez Zadok <ezk@cs.sunysb.edu>
-
- *******************************************************************
- *** Released am-utils-6.1-rc7 ***
- *******************************************************************
-
- * m4/macros/os_cflags.m4 (CFLAGS): use custom-OS C flags for
- configuring, not just for building. That way the two phases
- (configure and compile) are in sync. This fixes getwire() on
- OSF/1 systems.
-
- * conf/nfs_prot/nfs_prot_sunos5_8.h: define INADDR_NONE if not
- defined in system headers.
-
-2005-06-01 Erez Zadok <ezk@cs.sunysb.edu>
-
- * libamu/Makefile.am (EXTRA_DIST): remove alloca.c as it's no
- longer needed.
-
-2005-05-28 Erez Zadok <ezk@cs.sunysb.edu>
-
- * completed set of fixes for irix6.5.
-
- * Minor new ports alpha-unknown-linux-gentoo1.4.16
- alphaev56-dec-osf4.0f, mips-unknown-linux-gentoo1.4.16, and
- sparc64-unknown-linux-gentoo1.4.16, and mips-sgi-irix6.5. Test
- those systems with both cc and gcc, where possible.
-
- * include/am_xdr_func.h: remove trailing comma at end of enum
- list.
-
- * m4/macros/os_cflags.m4: with gcc 3.4.3 on irix-6.5, we get pte_t
- undefined. So give it a dummy value.
-
- * libamu/alloca.c: remove file from distro.
-
- * configure.in: don't call AC_FUNC_ALLOCA any more.
-
- * include/am_defs.h: remove header fixups for <alloca.h>, now that
- we don't need it.
-
- * amd/amq_svc.c (amqsvc_is_client_allowed): rewrite function to
- avoid only use of alloca() in am-utils, and to use strdup
- explicitly. This way we can avoid using alloca, a feature that's
- not portable on various systems.
-
- * amq/amq.c: remove unused lint/rcsid cruft.
-
-2005-05-27 Erez Zadok <ezk@cs.sunysb.edu>
-
- * conf/checkmount/checkmount_osf.c (fixmount_check_mount): add
- extra parentheses around assignments in "if" expressions (gcc
- complains).
-
- * conf/nfs_prot/nfs_prot_osf4.h: add missing extern definitions
- for plock, hstrerror, getmntinfo, alloca, xdr_exportnode, and
- xdr_groups.
-
- * configure.in: check for <linux/socket.h>, which, if found,
- appears to be preferable to <sys/socket.h>. Use it to find
- <linux/nfs_mount.h>. On some Linux systems
- (Gentoo), both exist but only one must be included, or else you
- get redefined structure errors.
-
- * libamu/wire.c (is_network_member): check if masknum is
- INADDR_NONE, not "< 0" because it's an unsigned quantity.
-
- * libamu/util.c (xstrlcpy): remove useless test for size_t < 0,
- because it's an unsigned quantity.
-
-2005-05-26 Erez Zadok <ezk@cs.sunysb.edu>
-
- *******************************************************************
- *** Released am-utils-6.1-rc6 ***
- *******************************************************************
-
-2005-05-25 Erez Zadok <ezk@cs.sunysb.edu>
-
- * conf/nfs_prot/nfs_prot_aix5_2.h: AIX 5.3 complains about
- missing definition of struct thread_credentials in <sys/vfs.h>
- but trying to bring that definition in drags a whole lot of other
- messy stuff. So just provide a dummy definition for this
- structure.
-
-2005-05-24 Erez Zadok <ezk@cs.sunysb.edu>
-
- * Makefile.am (EXTRA_DIST_M4): distribute m4/macros/libtool.m4.
-
- * m4/macros/header_templates.m4: template for HAVE_EXTERN_MNTCTL.
-
- * m4/macros/check_extern.m4: include <sys/vmount.h> on AIX
- systems, so we can find extern definition for mntctl().
-
- * conf/mtab/mtab_aix.c, conf/checkmount/checkmount_aix.c: only
- define an extern for mntctl() if needed.
-
- * amd/ops_nfs.c (prime_nfs_fhandle_cache): never, ever, use C++
- style comments in C code. Some C compilers don't accept it.
-
- * amd/info_ldap.c (amu_ldap_init, get_ldap_timestamp): force cast
- of "time_t *ts" to u_long, to avoid complaints on AIX 5.2 with
- xlC.
-
- * amd/get_args.c: rename symbol conf_file to amu_conf_file to
- avoid conflict with libldap.a from openldap-2.0.21 on AIX 5.2.
- Oh, when will people who develop libraries learn to always prefix
- their exported symbols with a library-specific name?
-
- * configure.in: check for mntctl() extern on AIX systems.
-
- * ltmain.sh: update from latest libtool-1.5.18, so we can properly
- build on AIX 5.2/5.3 with cc and with gcc.
-
- * m4/macros/libtool.m4: update from latest libtool-1.5.18. This
- time, and from now on, we must include libtool.m4 from the libtool
- distribution itself. That way we ensure that we use an ltmain.sh
- that matches the appropriate libtool M4 macros. This makes
- am-utils no longer dependent on having libtool installed on a
- given system on which you run bootstrap.
-
-2005-05-23 Erez Zadok <ezk@cs.sunysb.edu>
-
- * minor new port: i386-pc-linux-deb3.0.
-
-2005-05-22 Erez Zadok <ezk@cs.sunysb.edu>
-
- * minor new ports: i386-unknown-netbsdelf2.0.2 and
- i386-unknown-openbsd3.7.
-
-2005-05-20 Erez Zadok <ezk@cs.sunysb.edu>
-
- * minor new ports: i386-pc-linux-gentoo1.4.16 and
- powerpc-unknown-linux-yellowdog2.3.
-
- * include/{mount_headers2.h, am_defs.h}: safer setup before
- inclusion of <linux/nfs_mount.h>, which is broken on several
- systems.
-
- * configure.in: test for <linux/nfs2.h>. Separate special test
- for <linux/nfs_mount.h> because we need to define __KERNEL__ for
- that test, as well as optionally define struct nfs2_fh for some
- systems (gentoo with 2.4 kernel, yellowdog 2.3, and others).
-
- * config.guess.long: support Gentoo and Yellow Dog Linux distros.
-
-2005-05-18 Erez Zadok <ezk@cs.sunysb.edu>
-
- * minor new ports: i386-pc-linux-suse9.2 and
- i386-unknown-freebsd5.4.
-
- * amd/nfs_subr.c: use NFS_FHSIZE, not FHSIZE.
-
-2005-05-17 Erez Zadok <ezk@cs.sunysb.edu>
-
- *******************************************************************
- *** Released am-utils-6.1-rc5 ***
- *******************************************************************
-
- * amd/info_ldap.c (amu_ldap_init): change plog to dlog, to avoid
- sending annoying warning for a minor issue.
-
-2005-05-17 Ion Badulescu <ionut@moisil.badula.org>
-
- * amd/nfs_subr.c: check for NULL pointer before dereferencing it.
-
-2005-05-16 Erez Zadok <ezk@cs.sunysb.edu>
-
- * minor new ports: powerpc-apple-darwin7.9.0.
-
- * m4/macros/host_macros.m4: if a NetBSD system, remove 'elf' part
- from OS name because it's no longer relevant. Also, don't include
- the major OS version number in the OS name because that's also
- unnecessary (and users can always use $osver in maps).
-
- * amd/nfs_subr.c: use [1] for out-of-band pointer at the end of
- struct am_fh, because it's the most portable method. Bug fix
- suggestion from Dan Riley <dsr at mail.lns.cornell.edu>. Better
- fix from Ion Badulescu: use [FHSIZE-sizeof(u_int)] which is the
- actual size we use.
-
- * amd/amfs_generic.c (amfs_lookup_mntfs): reset currently used
- def_opts to options given in -opts, appended with the /default
- options. Bug fix suggestion from Dan Riley <dsr at
- mail.lns.cornell.edu>.
-
-2005-05-13 Erez Zadok <ezk@cs.sunysb.edu>
-
- *******************************************************************
- *** Released am-utils-6.1-rc4 ***
- *******************************************************************
-
-2005-05-11 Daniel P. Ottavio <dottavio@ic.sunysb.edu>
-
- * amd/amd.c (main) : fixed memory leak detected by valgrind
-
- * amd/info_ldap.c (amu_ldap_init) : fixed memory leak detected by
- valgrind
-
-2005-05-11 Erez Zadok <ezk@cs.sunysb.edu>
-
- * m4/macros/{check_checkmount_style.m4, check_mnttab_style.m4,
- check_nfs_fh_dref.m4, check_nfs_prot_headers.m4,
- check_nfs_sa_dref.m4, check_umount_style.m4, os_cflags.m4}: check
- for "macosx" as valid OS string, so we compile properly on Darwin
- systems.
-
- *******************************************************************
- *** Released am-utils-6.1-rc3 ***
- *******************************************************************
-
- * rerun bootstrap to get a working configure script that actually
- checks for limits.h and dependent linux autofs/nfs headers.
-
- * configure.in: remove redundant check for limits.h.
-
-2005-05-09 Erez Zadok <ezk@cs.sunysb.edu>
-
- *******************************************************************
- *** Released am-utils-6.1-rc2 ***
- *******************************************************************
-
-2005-05-08 Erez Zadok <ezk@cs.sunysb.edu>
-
- * amd/amfs_generic.c (amfs_lookup_mntfs): removed redundant use of
- old_def_opts variable.
-
-2005-05-08 Daniel P. Ottavio <dottavio@ic.sunysb.edu>
-
- * amd/amfs_generic.c (amfs_lookup_mntfs) : Make sure when a map
- entry has a single dash '-', that the default options are reset.
- This functionality was somehow lost from earlier releases and
- reported by Dan Riley <dsr@mail.lns.cornell.edu>.
-
-2005-05-05 Erez Zadok <ezk@cs.sunysb.edu>
-
- * config.guess.long: detect SuSE Enterprise Server and call it
- "sles" not "suse".
-
-2005-05-02 Erez Zadok <ezk@cs.sunysb.edu>
-
- * doc/am-utils.texi (amd): document proper use of
- /etc/hosts.allow. Don't spawn a new Amd process because Amd will
- get confused if someone else waitpid's on its children (which
- often do important un/mount work). Issue reported by Francis
- Montagnac <Francis.Montagnac at sophia.inria.fr>.
-
- * minor new ports: powerpc64-unknown-linux-rhel4, and
- powerpc64-unknown-linux-sles9.
-
-2005-05-01 Daniel P. Ottavio <dottavio@ic.sunysb.edu>
-
- * amd/amfs_host.c (amfs_host_umount): We do not want to pass
- ENOENT as an error because if the directory does not exists our
- work is done anyway.
-
- * conf/umount/umount_linux.c (umount_fs): If we are successful or
- there was an ENOENT, remove the mount entry from the mtab file.
-
-2005-05-01 Ion Badulescu <ionut@moisil.badula.org>
-
- * amd/nfs_subr.c: am_fh definition moved here from amd.h;
- restructured to better reflect its duality (old/new filehandles)
- (fh_to_mp3): fhh_gen is always used, even for new style f/h
- (mp_to_fh): ditto
-
- * amd/amd.h: moved am_fh definition to nfs_subr.c (which is the
- only place where it's used)
-
-2005-04-30 Erez Zadok <ezk@cs.sunysb.edu>
-
- * m4/macros/host_macros.m4: use sw_vers on Apple machines to find
- out more appropriate OS name (macosx) and OS version (10.3.x) than
- uname(3) reports.
-
-2005-04-29 Erez Zadok <ezk@cs.sunysb.edu>
-
- * config.guess, config.sub, doc/texinfo.tex: updates from latest
- official GNU distributions.
-
- * m4/macros/host_macros.m4: for macosx, change architecture value
- from "Power Macintosh" to "powerpc".
-
- * libamu/util.c (xstrlcpy): format 'len' parameter as u_long, not
- int (it's a size_t).
-
-2005-04-16 Erez Zadok <ezk@cs.sunysb.edu>
-
- * scripts/amd.conf.5, doc/am-utils.texi (normalize_slashes
- Parameter), scripts/amd.conf-sample: document new
- normalize_slashes global configuration parameter.
-
- * amd/opts.c (deslashify, normalize_slash): don't touch trailing
- slashes, even if multiples of them, if user said
- normalize_slashes=no in amd.conf.
-
- * amd/conf.c (gopt_normalize_slashes): new function to record if
- to normalize slashes or not.
-
- * amd/amd.h (CFM_NORMALIZE_SLASHES): new flag to decide if to
- normalize double-slashes or not ("yes" by default).
-
- * amd/autil.c (am_mounted): pass TRUE when calling mf_mounted.
- This is the parent mntfs which does the mf->mf_fo
- (am_opts type), and we're passing TRUE here to tell mf_mounted to
- actually free the am_opts.
-
- * amd/autil.c (mf_mounted): Be careful when calling free_ops and
- XFREE here. Some pseudo file systems like nfsx call this
- function, even though it would be called by the lower-level amd
- file system functions. nfsx needs to call this function because
- of the other actions it takes. So we pass a boolean from the
- caller (yes, not so clean workaround) to determine if we should
- free or not. If we're not freeing (often because we're called
- from a callback function), then just to be sure, we'll zero out
- the am_opts structure and set the pointer to NULL. The parent
- mntfs node owns this memory and is going to free it with a call to
- mf_mounted(mntfs,TRUE).
-
- * amd/amd.h: pass flag to mf_mounted, to free or not to free the
- am_opts.
-
- * amd/amfs_nfsx.c (amfs_nfsx_cont): call mf_mounted with FALSE to
- tell it not to free the am_opts, to avoid double free.
-
- * include/am_defs.h: include limits.h if found.
-
- * configure.in: check for limits.h. Check for certain Linux
- headers such as auto_fs.h after checking for limits.h, and include
- the latter if it exists, because some Linux headers depend on
- limits.h. This prevents warnings during configure time.
-
-2005-04-12 Erez Zadok <ezk@cs.sunysb.edu>
-
- * amd/amfs_toplvl.c (amfs_toplvl_mount): do NOT set retrans/timeo
- values from default global UDP settings, because it can cause
- unexpected timeouts in Amd on slow systems. The default that each
- OS provides for these toplvl NFS mounts should be OK, or else you
- can use the map_options entry.
-
-2005-04-09 Daniel P. Ottavio <dottavio@ic.sunysb.edu>
-
- * amd/nfs_subr.c (mp_to_fh): Replace xstrlcpy with memcpy because the
- source buffer is treated more as a filehandle than a string.
-
- * amd/nfs_subr.c (fh_to_mp3): Replace xstrlcpy with memcpy because the
- source buffer is treated more as a filehandle than a string.
-
- * amd/opts.c (free_op): No longer need to assign pointer to NULL
- after XFREE.
-
- * amd/opts.c (expand_op): Revert back to using strncpy() instead
- of xstrlcpy. The code is correct and relies on the semantics of
- strncpy.
-
- * libamu/mount_fs.c (compute_nfs_args): Leave XXX warning that use
- of xstrlcpy in NFS_HN_DREF may corrupt a struct nfs_args, or
- truncate our concocted "hostname:/path" string prematurely if the
- nap->hostname field is ever less than 64 bytes long
- (MAXHOSTNAMELEN).
-
- * libamu/util.c (xstrlcpy): Return immediately if len is 0 to
- avoid unnecessary work. Log an error and return if len is less
- than 0.
-
-2005-04-07 Erez Zadok <ezk@cs.sunysb.edu>
-
- * include/am_utils.h (XFREE): XFREE() should nullify the pointer
- even when compiling without debugging. It's safer this way.
-
- * libamu/xutil.c (am_set_hostname),
- hlfsd/stubs.c (nfsproc_lookup_2_svc),
- fsinfo/fsinfo.c (fsi_get_args),
- fixmount/fixmount.c (is_same_host, remove_mount, main),
- conf/mtab/mtab_isc3.c (mnt_dup, mtab_of),
- conf/mount/mount_svr4.c (mount_svr4),
- conf/mount/mount_linux.c (setup_loop_device),
- conf/hn_dref/hn_dref_linux.h (NFS_HN_DREF),
- conf/hn_dref/hn_dref_isc3.h (NFS_HN_DREF),
- amd/opts.c (expand_op),
- amd/ops_nfs.c (mount_nfs_fh),
- amd/nfs_subr.c (fh_to_mp3, mp_to_fh),
- amd/amfs_host.c (amfs_host_mount),
- amd/am_ops.c (merge_opts):
- use the new xstrlcpy instead of strncpy.
-
- * conf/checkmount/checkmount_{default,svr4}.c
- (fixmount_check_mount): document why NOT to use xstrlcpy.
-
- * libamu/xutil.c: am_hostname need not be MAXHOSTNAMELEN+1 any
- more, just MAXHOSTNAMELEN.
-
- * libamu/xutil.c (real_plog): use strlcpy (not xstrlcpy to avoid
- recursion, since xstrlcpy may use plog).
-
- * libamu/util.c (xstrlcpy): truncating a string is serious. Use
- XLOG_ERROR not XLOG_WARNING.
-
-2005-04-06 Erez Zadok <ezk@cs.sunysb.edu>
-
- * include/am_utils.h: external definition for new xstrlcpy
- function.
-
- * libamu/util.c (xstrlcpy): new function. Similar to strncpy, but
- uses strlcpy to guarantee that the resulting string is null
- terminated, and also warn if the resulting string was truncated.
-
- * libamu/xutil.c (get_server_pid): move this function from util.c
- which is for general-purpose utilities.
-
- * m4/macros/header_templates.m4: template for HAVE_EXTERN_STRLCPY.
-
- * include/am_defs.h: provide extern definition for strlcpy, if
- needed.
-
- * libamu/Makefile.am (EXTRA_DIST): include strlcpy.c in distro.
-
- * configure.in: search for strlcpy and its extern.
-
- * amq/pawd.c (find_mt): It only handles *some* filesystem types,
- so it breaks on direct xfs mounts for example. The fix (from
- Christos Zoulas) is simple: We need to exclude toplvl to avoid
- infinite recursion, but all other fs's are game.
-
-2005-03-31 Erez Zadok <ezk@cs.sunysb.edu>
-
- * amd/nfs_subr.c (fh_to_mp3): strncpy may not null terminate if
- copying exactly len bytes, so add null just to be safe.
-
-2005-03-30 Daniel P. Ottavio <dottavio@ic.sunysb.edu>
-
- * amd/nfs_subr.c (fh_to_mp3): Increased the n of strncpy()
- to make sure it null terminates.
-
-2005-03-29 Daniel P. Ottavio <dottavio@ic.sunysb.edu>
-
- * amd/nfs_subr.c (fh_to_mp3): Fix memset bug. In this case
- the memset can be removed because strncpy() should padd the
- buffer with NULLs anyway.
-
-2005-03-21 Rainer Orth <ro@TechFak.Uni-Bielefeld.DE>
-
- * include/am_defs.h: Clarify comment.
-
-2005-03-21 Erez Zadok <ezk@cs.sunysb.edu>
-
- * include/am_defs.h: undefine "GROUP" so Solaris 10 with gcc-2.96
- won't complain about a conflict for this definition between
- <rpcsvc/nis.h> and <sys/acl.h>.
-
-2005-03-20 Erez Zadok <ezk@cs.sunysb.edu>
-
- * amd/readdir.c (amfs_readdir_browsable): use %p, not %lx.
-
- * libamu/mount_fs.c (print_nfs_args): print pointer with %p, not
- %lx.
-
-2005-03-18 Erez Zadok <ezk@cs.sunysb.edu>
-
- *******************************************************************
- *** Released am-utils-6.1-rc1 ***
- *******************************************************************
-
-2005-03-18 Erez Zadok <ezk@cs.sunysb.edu>
-
- * conf/transp/transp_tli.c (get_nfs_version): use proper type for
- versout on Solaris (rpcvcers_t).
-
- * amd/mapc.c (mapc_showtypes): if last map type to print, don't
- append newline or comma to it.
-
- * libamu/mount_fs.c (print_nfs_args): cast struct netbuf pointer
- to %lx because on Solaris 10 sparc gcc-3.4.3 complains about
- casting it to an int (size is different).
-
- * configure.in, NEWS: prepare for 6.1-rc1 release.
-
-2005-03-17 Erez Zadok <ezk@cs.sunysb.edu>
-
- * scripts/amd2ldif.in, ldap.schema: fixes by Adam Morley
- <adam-at-gmi-dot-com> to synchronize what amd2ldif does vs. what
- the ldap.schema expects.
-
- * amd/map.c (exported_ap_free): We're using a free-list data
- structure and re-using malloc'ed objects. So, to be safe, memset
- entire structure when it's freed, not just the pointer.
- (umount_exported): bug fix to on-exit code. Don't run
- am_unmounted() unless unmount_mp() didn't run, since the latter
- already calls am_unmounted(). This way we avoid a double-free
- bug.
-
-2005-03-15 Erez Zadok <ezk@cs.sunysb.edu>
-
- * tasks: updates. Executable maps is supported. NFSv4 and
- FreeBSD autofs isn't.
-
- * Makefile.am (EXTRA_DIST): include FAQ in distro.
-
- * doc/Makefile.am (alldocs): install README.lda and README.osx.
-
- * FAQ: new file, better late than never.
-
-2005-03-14 Erez Zadok <ezk@cs.sunysb.edu>
-
- * scripts/amd2ldif.in: patch to add the amdMapName attribute to
- the amdMapTimestamp object when amd2ldif converts it. This is
- necessary if you are using type:=auto mounts and want those
- mountmaps looked up through LDAP. Patch from Jim Zajkowski
- <jim.zajkowski@gmail.com>.
-
-2005-03-12 Erez Zadok <ezk@cs.sunysb.edu>
-
- * minor new ports: i386-pc-linux-rhel4.
-
- * minor new ports: powerpc-apple-darwin7.8.0.
-
-2005-03-10 Erez Zadok <ezk@cs.sunysb.edu>
-
- * amd/ops_nfs.c (prime_nfs_fhandle_cache): rearrange code so it's
- cleaner.
-
- * ltmain.sh: upgrade from libtool-1.5.6.
-
- * m4/macros/check_{fs_mntent,mnttab_type,mount_type}.m4: check for
- Linux 2.6 kernel modules, which have a .ko extension, not .o. Now
- we can properly detect which file systems exist on Linux 2.6 based
- systems (SLES9, RHEL4, Fedora, etc.).
-
-2005-03-09 Erez Zadok <ezk@cs.sunysb.edu>
-
- * m4/macros/host_macros.m4: find out what's the OS software
- distribution name, if any.
-
- * m4/macros/header_templates.m4: template for DISTRO_NAME.
-
- * amd/get_args.c (get_version_string): print again full_os, os,
- osver, and vendor (bug fix).
- (get_version_string): print distribution name, if known (e.g.,
- rh9, suse8, etc.).
-
- * amd/mapc.c (mapc_showtypes): wrap around list of supported map.
-
-2005-03-08 Erez Zadok <ezk@cs.sunysb.edu>
-
- * amd/map.c (umount_exported): when unmounting file systems on
- exit (when amd.conf global unmount_on_exit=yes), use unmount_mp()
- instead of unmount_node() because the latter always unmounts in
- the foreground, whereas the former unmounts in the bg/fg as
- needed. Unmounting always in the foreground has two problems: (1)
- if the unmount hangs, amd hangs, and (2) for type:=program, the
- unmount script is execve'd(!) thus replacing the main amd process,
- which never gets to finish up, leaving the amd mount points hung.
-
- * NEWS: mention new feature of executable maps.
-
- * AUTHORS: Acknowledge Erik Kline.
-
- * scripts/amd.conf.5: document executable maps and
- exec_map_timeout parameter.
-
- * scripts/amd.conf-sample: examples of an executable map and
- exec_map_timeout.
-
- * m4/macros/header_templates.m4: template for HAVE_MAP_EXEC.
-
- * doc/am-utils.texi: document Executable maps and exec_map_timeout
- parameter.
-
- * amd/conf.c (gopt_exec_map_timeout): function to parse
- exec_map_timeout [global] parameter.
-
- * amd/amd.h (AMFS_EXEC_MAP_TIMEOUT): define default executable map
- timeout to 10 seconds, and a global placeholder for the
- configurable value.
-
- * amd/amd.c (init_global_options): initialize default executable
- map timeout.
-
- * amd/Makefile.am (EXTRA_amd_SOURCES): include info_exec.c in
- tarball.
-
- * configure.in: enable executable maps.
-
- * amd/mapc.c: define executable map functions and behavior.
-
- * amd/info_exec.c: executable map implementation from Erik Kline
- <ekline at ekline dot com>, modified, cleaned-up, and fixed.
-
-2005-03-07 Erez Zadok <ezk@cs.sunysb.edu>
-
- * amd/info_file.c (file_init_or_mtime): consolidate identical
- file_init and file_mtime into one function.
-
-2005-03-05 Erez Zadok <ezk@cs.sunysb.edu>
-
- * doc/am-utils.texi (Program Filesystem): if umount/unmount are
- not specified, Amd uses "umount ${fs}" by default.
-
- * amd/amfs_program.c (amfs_program_match): if neither unmount nor
- umount parameters are specified, use the default userland umount
- program with "umount ${fs}". This way type:=program doesn't have
- to specify the umount program for basic unmounting actions.
- (amfs_program_init): save unmount program string in mf_private
- only if it's NULL, not based on mf_refc.
-
- * configure.in: auto-detect name of userland unmount program.
-
- * aux_conf.h.in (UNMOUNT_PROGRAM): macro for default userland
- unmount program.
-
- * amd/ops_cachefs.c (cachefs_init): save unmount program string in
- mf_private only if it's NULL, not based on mf_refc.
-
- * configure.in: don't "discover" inheritance file system any more,
- since we don't have the .c file for it.
-
- * amd/get_args.c (get_version_string): hack to still show that we
- support the inherit file system in output of amd -v.
-
-2005-03-05 Ion Badulescu <ionut@moisil.badula.org>
-
- * amd/amfs_inherit.c: removed, dead code
-
- * amd/Makefile.am,
- amd/am_ops.c,
- amd/amd.h,
- conf/autofs/autofs_linux.h,
- conf/autofs/autofs_solaris_v1.h,
- conf/autofs/autofs_solaris_v2_v3.h,
- m4/macros/header_templates.m4: removed references to amfs_inherit.c
-
-2005-03-05 Erez Zadok <ezk@cs.sunysb.edu>
-
- * amd/autil.c (am_mounted): completely rewrite the unmount
- no/timeout code to (1) make more sense for odd conditions, and (2)
- allow utimeout=N mount options to override FS_NOTIMEOUT default
- flags for disk-based file systems such as ufs, pcfs, cdfs, etc.
-
- * libamu/mount_fs.c (mount_fs): use safer XFREE() not free().
-
- * conf/umount/umount_linux.c (umount_fs): strtok is destructive,
- so use strdup'ed string.
-
- * conf/mount/mount_linux.c (parse_opts): strtok is destructive, so
- use strdup'ed string.
-
-2005-03-04 Erez Zadok <ezk@cs.sunysb.edu>
-
- * scripts/amd.conf.5, doc/am-utils.texi (cache_duration
- Parameter): clarify actual behavior: this Parameter affects
- initial mount timeout as well as the linear backoff what happens
- the initial failed EBUSY unmount.
-
- * doc/am-utils.texi (opts Option): better explanation of
- utimeout=N mount pseudo-option.
-
- * amd/amd.h (AM_TTL, AM_TTL_W): better comments, minor cleanup.
-
-2005-03-02 Daniel P. Ottavio <dottavio@ic.sunysb.edu>
-
- * AUTHORS: add Dan Ottavio.
-
- * scripts/amd.conf.5: document new debug_mtab_file option.
-
- * scripts/amd.conf-sample (debug_mtab_file): show example.
-
- * doc/am-utils.texi (debug_mtab_file Parameter): document new
- option.
-
- * conf/mtab/mtab_{file,mach3}.c (open_locked_mtab): if mtab file
- doesn't exist by the time Amd tries to exist, return a 0 rather
- than hang indefinitely.
-
- * amd/conf.c (gopt_debug_mtab_file): new function to parse
- debug_mtab_file option.
-
- * amd/amd.h: placeholder for debug_mtab_file string.
- Define default debug_mtab_file to "/tmp/mtab".
-
- * NEWS: document new debug_mtab_file option.
-
-2005-03-02 Erez Zadok <ezk@cs.sunysb.edu>
-
- * conf/transp/transp_{sockets,tli}.c (amu_get_myaddress): when
- users want Amd's NFS service to bind to some arbitrary "localhost"
- address, show which address was actually resolved and bound to.
-
-2005-03-01 Erez Zadok <ezk@cs.sunysb.edu>
-
- * amd/srvr_nfs.c (start_nfs_pings): move code from elsewhere
- (update_nfs_pingval) that initializes the pinger, as well as turns
- it on/off as needed, and handles changing its value. This is to
- avoid races and other infinite-loop conditions that could result
- in ping storms.
-
- * amd/srvr_amfs_auto.c (amfs_generic_find_srvr): when creating a
- new file server structure, default the ping value to AM_PINGER
- (30sec) and set the FSF_PING_UNINIT flag.
-
- * amd/amd.h (FSF_PING_UNINIT): new flag to tell whether the NFS
- pinger had been initialized for a given file server.
-
- * scripts/ctl-amd.in (stop): no need to check if
- /var/lock/subsys/amd file exists if you do an rm -f afterward.
- Ensure that proper return value is returned from script.
-
- * NEWS, doc/am-utils.texi (opts Option): update meaning of ping=N
- so that if N=-1, pings are off; if N=0, pings are set to the
- default value (currently 30 seconds).
-
-2005-02-28 Erez Zadok <ezk@cs.sunysb.edu>
-
- * amd/nfs_prot_svc.c (nfs_program_2): on TLI system, try to call
- __rpc_get_local_uid to verify if the RPC call through the
- local host interface came from UID 0.
-
- * configure.in: look for internal libnsl function
- __rpc_get_local_uid (seems to be available on all known TLI
- systems, Solaris and HP-UX 11).
-
- * conf/transp/transp_tli.c (amu_svc_getcaller): unnecessary
- function for TLI systems (and it violated a array's bounds,
- discovered with libumem.so).
- (bind_resv_port, bind_resv_port_only_udp, get_autofs_address):
- just to be on the safe side, set struct t_bind's qlen field to non
- zero (64 by default). This value cannot be zero for TCP
- connections, and it's unclear if it's good to have it zero for UDP
- connections, so setting it to 64 is safer.
-
-2005-02-27 Erez Zadok <ezk@cs.sunysb.edu>
-
- * doc/am-utils.texi (opts Option, Keep-alives): update text on
- ping option.
-
- * amd/srvr_nfs.c (update_nfs_pingval): new function to update NFS
- server ping values, turn them off, or re-enable them.
- (find_nfs_srvr): call update_nfs_pingval() as needed.
-
- * hlfsd/hlfsd.c (reaper, cleanup): don't use exit(3) in a signal
- handler, but use _exit(2) instead.
-
- * amd/amd.c (parent_exit): This signal handler is called during
- Amd initialization. The parent forks a child to do all the hard
- automounting work, and waits for a SIGQUIT signal from the child.
- When the parent gets the signal it's supposed to call this handler
- and exit(3), thus completing the daemonizing process. Alas, on
- some systems, especially Linux 2.4/2.6 with Glibc, exit(3) doesn't
- always terminate the parent process. Worse, the parent process
- now refuses to accept any more SIGQUIT signals -- they are
- blocked. What's really annoying is that this doesn't happen all
- the time, suggesting a race condition somewhere.
- (This happens even if I change the logic to use another signal.)
- I traced this to something which exit(3) does in addition to
- exiting the process, probably some atexit() stuff or other
- side-effects related to signal handling. Either way, since at
- this stage the parent process just needs to terminate, I'm simply
- calling _exit(2). Note also that the OpenGroup doesn't list
- exit(3) as a recommended "Base Interface" but they do list
- _exit(2) as one. This fix seems to work reliably all the time.
-
- * scripts/wait4amd2die.in: change default to recognize that amd is
- down more quickly (check every 3 seconds instead of 5).
-
-2005-02-26 Erez Zadok <ezk@cs.sunysb.edu>
-
- * libamu/xutil.c (amu_release_controlling_tty): warn if closing
- stdin/stdout/stderr failed. No need for tempfd.
-
- * scripts/ctl-{amd,hlfsd}.in: before running any real program in
- these shell scripts, chdir to "/" to avoid possible hangs with
- existing NFS mounts. This was causing ctl-amd's forked
- grand-child amd process to hang if restartable_mounts=no. Go
- figure.
-
-2005-02-25 Erez Zadok <ezk@cs.sunysb.edu>
-
- * minor new port ia64-unknown-linux-rhel4
-
- * fsinfo/fsi_util.c (set_ether_if): avoid u_long casting to -1
- (RHEL4 gcc 3.4.3 ia64 compiler complains).
-
-2005-02-24 Erez Zadok <ezk@cs.sunysb.edu>
-
- * minor new port i386-unknown-freebsd6.0 (6.0-CURRENT-SNAP001).
-
-2005-02-23 Erez Zadok <ezk@cs.sunysb.edu>
-
- * minor new port: i386-pc-linux-rhel3.
-
- * INSTALL: major update of the compatibility list.
-
- * m4/macros/os_cflags.m4: set AMU_CFLAGS not AM_CFLAGS.
-
-2005-02-22 Erez Zadok <ezk@cs.sunysb.edu>
-
- * scripts/amd.conf.5, doc/am-utils.texi (preferred_amq_port):
- document new preferred_amq_port [global] option.
-
- * scripts/amd.conf-sample (preferred_amq_port): example.
-
- * include/am_utils.h: add preferred_amq_port to prototype.
-
- * conf/transp/transp_tli.c (bind_preferred_amq_port): new function
- to bind the Amq RPC service for UDP and TCP to a preferred port
- (or to any port if preferred_amq_port==0).
- (create_amq_service): decide if to bind to RPC_ANYFD, or to a
- requested port.
-
- * conf/transp/transp_sockets.c (create_amq_service): if
- preferred_amq_port is greater than 0, then bind to that port for
- both UDP and TCP. If preferred_amq_port==0, then bind to any
- port.
-
- * amd/nfs_start.c (mount_automounter): pass global
- preferred_amq_port value to create_amq_service().
-
- * amd/conf.c (gopt_preferred_amq_port): new function to parse
- amd.conf value for preferred_amq_port.
-
- * amd/amd.h: placeholder for preferred_amq_port.
-
-2005-02-21 Erez Zadok <ezk@cs.sunysb.edu>
-
- * conf/transp/transp_tli.c (bind_resv_port_only_udp): rename old
- bindnfs_port to a more proper name. This function binds the NFS
- service to a specified port, and only for UDP.
-
- * conf/transp/transp_tli.c: cleanup some code, rename some
- functions, in preparation for RPC amq port specification code.
-
-2005-02-19 Erez Zadok <ezk@cs.sunysb.edu>
-
- * */Makefile.am: don't redefine CFLAGS or LDFLAGS; they are
- reserved for users to pass them on the command line. Instead, use
- autoconf's internal AM_CFLAGS and AM_LDFLAGS.
-
- * depcomp, install-sh, missing, mkinstalldirs: update from latest
- versions of Automake 1.9.2.
-
- * m4/macros/*.m4: properly quote AC_DEFUN'ed macro name, and fix
- regexp/patsubst M4 commands. Newer versions of autoconf (e.g.,
- v2.59) complain about those.
-
-2005-02-17 Erez Zadok <ezk@cs.sunysb.edu>
-
- * amd/opts.c (f_xhost): if we don't have hstrerror, just print the
- value of h_errno.
-
- * configure.in: include -lresolv if it defines the hstrerror()
- function and not already available in existing libraries.
-
- * minor new port: powerpc-apple-darwin7.7.0.
-
- * amd/nfs_subr.c (mp_to_fh): pathlen should be u_int because it is
- later compared against an unsigned quantity (complaint from gcc
- 3.3 on SuSE 8.2)
-
- * include/am_utils.h: remove unnecessary (and conflicting) extern
- for bind_resv_port2(), which is declared as static in
- transp_tli.c.
-
- * doc/am-utils.texi, scripts/amd.conf.5, scripts/amd.conf-sample,
- NEWS: document four new amd.conf options: nfs_retry_interval_udp,
- nfs_retransmit_counter_udp nfs_retry_interval_tcp, and
- nfs_retransmit_counter_tcp.
-
- * amd/ops_nfs.c (mount_nfs_fh): set timeo/retrans values based on
- wether nfs_proto was "udp" or "tcp".
-
- * amd/amfs_toplvl.c (amfs_toplvl_mount): set retrans/timeo values
- from default UDP settings (because toplvl mounts are UDP for now).
-
- * amd/get_args.c (get_args): use parameters to -t option to set
- both UDP and TCP timeo/retrans values.
-
- * amd/conf.c: (gopt_nfs_retransmit_counter_udp,
- (gopt_nfs_retransmit_counter_tcp, gopt_nfs_retry_interval_udp
- (gopt_nfs_retry_interval_tcp): new functions to parse UDP and TCP
- retrans/timeo parameters separately.
- (gopt_nfs_retry_interval, gopt_nfs_retransmit_counter): if
- specified, use it to set defaults for both UDP and TCP.
-
- * amd/amd.c (init_global_options): initialize default values of
- both UDP and TCP retrans/timeo values to -1.
-
- * amd/amd.h (AMU_TYPE_{TCP,UDP,MAX}): define separate retrans and
- timeo values, one for udp mounts and another for tcp mounts.
-
-2005-02-16 Erez Zadok <ezk@cs.sunysb.edu>
-
- * README.osx: new file with some instructions for Mac OS-X users,
- courtesy Kevin Layer.
-
- * amd/get_args.c (get_args): move call to switch_to_logfile()
- after processing -v, so we don't print "no logfile defined; using
- stderr" when we're about to print version info and exit anyway.
-
- * minor new port: powerpc-ibm-aix5.3.0.0.
-
- * hlfsd/hlfsd.c (main): rewrite code to avoid negative array
- references.
-
- * conf/checkmount/checkmount_aix.c: remove extern definition for
- mntctl(), since AIX 5.3 has it in <sys/vmount.h>.
-
- * amd/info_union.c (union_reload): rewrite code to avoid negative
- array references.
-
- * amd/opts.c (split_opts, expand_op): rewrite code to avoid
- negative array references.
-
- * conf/mtab/mtab_aix.c: remove extern definition for mntctl(),
- since AIX 5.3 has it in <sys/vmount.h>.
-
- * libamu/xutil.c (real_plog): rewrite code to avoid negative array
- references.
-
- * libamu/wire.c (is_network_member): rearrange code slightly to
- avoid negative array references (AIX 5.3 xlC 7.0 compiler
- complains about it).
-
-2005-01-26 Erez Zadok <ezk@cs.sunysb.edu>
-
- * doc/am-utils.texi (xhost Selector Function): document new
- selector function.
-
- * amd/opts.c (f_xhost): new function for use when matching the
- "host" selector for the current host's name. This function will
- now match the primary host name as well as all known aliases
- (CNAMES) that gethostbyname() returns. This function now supports
- a new function selector called xhost(ARG); the old host==ARG
- selector is unharmed.
-
-2005-01-17 Ion Badulescu <ionut@moisil.badula.org>
-
- * NEWS: document the ability to restart old mount points
-
- * amd/map.c (mount_auto_node): force the fileid of the
- root to be 1, so that it won't change between restarts; use the
- root filesystem's own methods instead of hard-coding the use of
- the default methods
-
- * conf/transp/transp_tli.c (create_nfs_service): better cleanup on
- error conditions.
- (bind_resv_port2): allow the caller to request a certain port.
-
- * conf/transp/transp_sockets.c (bind_resv_port): allow the caller
- to request a certain port.
- (create_nfs_service): better cleanup on error conditions.
-
- * amd/restart.c (restart_automounter_nodes): new function, takes
- care of restarting automounter NFS mount points (autofs will come
- later).
- (restart): skip all automounter mount points.
-
- * amd/nfs_subr.c (fh_to_mp3, mp_to_fh): new filehandle
- implementation: if the path to the node is shorter than sizeof(fh)
- chars (currently 32 chars for a NFSv2 fh), simply store it inside
- the fh. For longer paths, keep the old implementation.
-
- * amd/nfs_start.c (mount_automounter): reorder things so that
- restarting the toplvl filesystems occurs before anything else (so
- that we can grab all the ports we need before we accidentally use
- them for something else).
-
- * amd/mntfs.c (locate_mntfs): remove dead code; add special
- handling of restarted toplvl filesystems.
-
- * amd/mapc.c (root_keyiter): fix up a comment.
-
- * amd/map.c (path_to_exported_ap): new function, searches for and
- returns a node by the path to it.
- (get_root_nfs_fh): remove unnecessary fiddling with the root fh.
-
- * config.guess.long: support Red Hat Enterprise Linux
-
-2005-01-17 Erez Zadok <ezk@cs.sunysb.edu>
-
- * libamu/util.c (rmdirs): prevent amd from logging 'Read-only
- filesystem' errors when the mount point has an ancestor (i.e. '/')
- that is mounted read-only. Patch from David Rage <rage@ucl.ac.uk>.
-
-2005-01-17 Ion Badulescu <ionut@moisil.badula.org>
-
- * conf/umount/umount_linux.c (umount_fs): Linux doesn't need the
- autofs space hack
-
- * conf/umount/umount_default.c (umount_fs): there is no need for
- HAVE_LOOP_DEV, now that Linux has its own dedicated umount_linux.c
-
-2005-01-17 Erez Zadok <ezk@cs.sunysb.edu>
-
- * doc/am-utils.texi (Automatic Unmounting): document new umount2()
- behavior on Linux.
-
- * conf/umount/umount_linux.c (umount_fs): new file. On Linux, if
- umount(2) failed with EIO or ESTALE, try umount2(2) with
- MNT_FORCE+MNT_DETACH. Based on patch from Christos Zoulas
- <christos@zoulas.com>.
-
- * m4/macros/check_umount_style.m4: pick new linux umount style.
-
- * Makefile.am (EXTRA_DIST_CONF): distribute new umount_linux.c
- file.
-
-2005-01-16 Erez Zadok <ezk@cs.sunysb.edu>
-
- * conf/nfs_prot/nfs_prot_aix{4_2,4_3,5_1,5_2}.h,
- m4/macros/struct_nfs_args.m4: minor cleanups for quicker execution
- of "nfs_args" test.
-
-2005-01-13 Erez Zadok <ezk@cs.sunysb.edu>
-
- * amd/get_args.c (show_usage): separate function to print usage
- string.
- (get_args) Call show_usage() from get_args when needed, then exit.
-
- * amd/get_args.c (get_version_string): print also domain, host,
- and hostd.
- (get_args): print version string at the very end, after all other
- values had been initialized. Patch from Christos Zoulas
- <christos@zoulas.com>.
-
- * conf/transp/transp_sockets.c (check_pmap_up, get_nfs_version),
- conf/transp/transp_tli.c (check_pmap_up): correct an inconsistency
- in timeouts in the RPC code between socket and TLI
- implementations. The clntudp_create timeout has a different
- meaning than the clnt_call timeout. Set the timeout of the create
- to 2 seconds which means retry if no answer in two seconds, and
- the timeout call to 6 seconds, which will give us consistently 2
- to 3 pings. This is useful on occasional network UDP loss where a
- single packet loss would wrongfully mark a server down. (The TLI
- code is the one that had the problem occurs.) Patch from Christos
- Zoulas <christos@zoulas.com>.
-
- * libamu/mount_fs.c (compute_nfs_attrcache_flags): make sure code
- compiles even for systems that don't have the nfs_args
- ac{reg,dir}{min,max} fields.
-
- * amd/amfs_toplvl.c (set_auto_attrcache_timeout): just to be safe,
- add "noac" if amd.conf option auto_attrcache was set to 0. This
- should hopefully make the compute_nfs_attrcache_flags patch even
- safer.
-
- * libamu/mount_fs.c (compute_nfs_attrcache_flags): separate
- function to compute attribute-cache values. This function now
- computes attribute-cache flags for BOTH Amd's automount points
- (NFS) as well as any normal NFS mount that Amd performs.
- (compute_nfs_args, compute_automounter_nfs_args): call
- compute_nfs_attrcache_flags to figure out attribute-cache related
- flags. Patch from Christos Zoulas <christos@zoulas.com>.
-
- * scripts/amd.conf-sample: show examples of new global options
- domain_strip and auto_attrcache.
-
- * scripts/amd.conf.5: document new global options domain_strip and
- auto_attrcache. Add warning to auto_attrcache use in case of
- ESTALE.
-
- * doc/am-utils.texi: minor cleanups and document new global
- options domain_strip and auto_attrcache. Add warning to
- auto_attrcache use in case of ESTALE.
-
- * amd/conf.c (gopt_auto_attrcache): parse new global amd.conf
- option auto_attrcache.
- (gopt_domain_strip): parse new global amd.conf option
- domain_strip. Part of a patch from Christos Zoulas
- <christos@zoulas.com>.
-
- * amd/autil.c (host_normalize): don't call domain_strip()
- unconditionally, but depend on the new global amd.conf flag
- domain_strip.
-
- * amd/amfs_toplvl.c (set_auto_attrcache_timeout): new function to
- set attribute cache timeout value given other configured global
- defaults.
- (amfs_toplvl_mount): set automount point attribute cache option
- value to "noac" if attrcache=0, else set it to whatever
- set_auto_attrcache_timeout() returns.
-
- * amd/amd.h (CFM_DOMAIN_STRIP, CFM_DEFAULT_FLAGS): flag to decide
- if to strip the domain from the host name or not, default options
- set to strip the domain.
- Store global value of automount attribute cache timeout value.
-
- * amd/amd.c (init_global_options): add flag to record automount
- point attribute cache value.
-
- * amd/amd.c (do_memory_locking): new function to encapsulate all
- of the memory-locking functionality, which was in main() before.
- Also added a call to madvise(), just in case.
- (main): call do_memory_locking() to pin process memory if amd.conf
- asked for it, but do so after the main Amd process daemonizes,
- because mlock/mlockall is not inherited by fork() by default.
- Slightly restructured patch from Jonathan Chen
- <jon+amd@spock.org>.
-
- * configure.in: check for madvise(2).
-
- * config.guess, config.sub: updates for latest official GNU
- versions.
-
- * m4/GNUmakefile: update paths to "make update"
-
-2005-01-12 Erez Zadok <ezk@cs.sunysb.edu>
-
- * conf/nfs_prot/nfs_prot_hpux11.h: define an nfs_fh3 structure
- that's compatible for HPUX11 as well as NFSv3.
-
- * include/am_defs.h: On AIX 5.2, both <resolv.h> and
- <arpa/nameser_compat.h> define MAXDNAME, if compiling with gcc
- -D_USE_IRS (so that we get extern definitions for hstrerror() and
- others). So undef MAXDNAME before it gets redefined.
-
- * include/am_defs.h: Solaris 10 (build 72) defines GROUP_OBJ in
- <sys/acl.h>, which is included in many other header files.
- <rpcsvc/nis.h> uses GROUP_OBJ inside enum zotypes. So if you're
- unlucky enough to include both headers, you get a compile error
- because the two symbols conflict. Temp hack: undefine acl.h's
- GROUP_OBJ before including nis.h, because we don't need acl.h for
- am-utils.
-
- * m4/macros/os_cflags.m4: turn -D_USE_IRS for AIX5+ so that
- certain extern definitions of resolver functions become available.
-
- * amd/opts.c (expand_op): use #define for expand_error string
- because some compilers complain about the use of static const
- char[] inside a varargs function.
-
- * minor new port i386-unknown-netbsdelf1.6.2.
-
- * new port i386-unknown-netbsdelf2.0.
-
- * minor port i386-unknown-freebsd5.3.
-
- * libamu/mount_fs.c (compute_nfs_args): don't compare
- nap->maxgrouplist against NULL but against 0 directly, because on
- FreeBSD 4.3, NULL is defined is (void *)0 and gcc 3.4 complains
- about a type mismatch.
-
- * minor port i386-pc-linux-fc3 (Fedora Core 3).
-
-2005-01-11 Erez Zadok <ezk@cs.sunysb.edu>
-
- * hlfsd/hlfsd.c (main): use sigsuspend() over sigpause(), because
- FC3 doesn't have proper extern definition for the defunct
- sigpause().
-
- * configure.in: look for sigsuspend().
-
-2005-01-01 Erez Zadok <ezk@cs.sunysb.edu>
-
- * updated copyright year to 2005 on all files.
-
-2004-11-29 Erez Zadok <ezk@cs.sunysb.edu>
-
- * scripts/amd.conf.5: Small fixes to typos in man page, from
- Thomas Klausner <tk@giga.or.at>.
-
-2004-10-22 Erez Zadok <ezk@cs.sunysb.edu>
-
- * ldap.schema: add this file to distribution.
-
-2004-09-15 Erez Zadok <ezk@cs.sunysb.edu>
-
- * doc/am-utils.texi: fix old URLs.
-
-2004-09-01 Erez Zadok <ezk@cs.sunysb.edu>
-
- * conf/mtab/mtab_aix.c (read_mtab): avoid a race condition between
- multiple calls to mntctl(). Patch suggested by Michael van Elst
- <M.van.Elst@science-computing.de>.
-
-2004-08-07 Erez Zadok <ezk@cs.sunysb.edu>
-
- * doc/am-utils.texi (Program Filesystem): document how to get
- double slashes in Amd maps.
-
- * amd/opts.c (normalize_slash): support escaped slashes, needed
- for SMB mounts. Use '\\\/\\\/' in a string to get a double slash.
-
-2004-08-06 Erez Zadok <ezk@cs.sunysb.edu>
-
- * amd/amfs_program.c (amfs_program_match): bug fix. Complain if
- both opt_unmount and opt_umount are missing, not when just one of
- them is missing.
-
-2004-08-03 Erez Zadok <ezk@cs.sunysb.edu>
-
- * amq/pawd.c (find_mt): recognize "linkx" type mounts. Patch from
- Hauke Fath <hauke@Espresso.Rhein-Neckar.DE>. Support "nfsx" while
- we're at it.
-
- * doc/am-utils.texi: mention bugzilla. Fix broken URL HREF's.
-
-2004-08-02 Erez Zadok <ezk@cs.sunysb.edu>
-
- * amq/pawd.c (find_mt): recognize "host" type mounts. Patch from
- Dan Nelson <dnelson@allantgroup.com>.
-
-2004-07-30 Erez Zadok <ezk@cs.sunysb.edu>
-
- * doc/am-utils.texi, NEWS: minor typos fixed.
-
-2004-07-30 Erez Zadok <ezk@play.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- * include/am_xdr_func.h: cannot have field-less structure; put a
- dummy field in.
-
- * conf/autofs/autofs_solaris_v2_v3.c (xdr_autofs_rddirargs): cast
- 2nd arg of xdr_u_int to a u_int*, not int*.
- (autofs_mount_2_req): don't use C++ // comments.
-
-2004-07-30 Erez Zadok <ezk@cs.sunysb.edu>
-
- * m4/macros/{try_compile_anyfs,check_field}.m4: include
- <fs/msdosfs/msdosfsmount.h> if it exists. Part of a set of
- FreeBSD 5 patches from Martin Blapp <mb@imp.ch>.
-
- * include/am_defs.h: include <fs/msdosfs/msdosfsmount.h> if it
- exists.
-
- * amd/ops_pcfs.c (mount_pcfs): set pcfs_args_t.dirmask field to
- 0777 by default.
-
- * configure.in: check for pcfs_args_t.dirmask field. Check for
- existence of <fs/msdosfs/msdosfsmount.h>, new on FreeBSD 5.
-
-2004-07-29 Erez Zadok <ezk@cs.sunysb.edu>
-
- * minor new port: i386-pc-linux-fc2 (Fedora Core 2).
-
- * amd/info_ldap.c (amu_ldap_rebind): don't use ldap_enable_cache()
- unless the function exists in libldap and the extern is in
- <ldap.h>. Recently, openldap removed the extern from ldap.h, but
- left the function in libldap, for binary compatibility; however
- ldap_enable_cache and related functions have been deprecated (and
- no longer listed in the header files), and therefore should be
- avoided.
-
- * m4/macros/check_extern_ldap.m4: new macro to check for
- LDAP-specific externs. This is separate from check_extern.m4 so
- as to avoid breaking the general-purpose macro with LDAP-specific
- headers.
-
- * m4/macros/header_templates.m4: extern template for new
- HAVE_EXTERN_LDAP_ENABLE_CACHE.
-
- * configure.in: call new check_extern_ldap.m4 macro.
-
- * Makefile.am (EXTRA_DIST_M4): distribute new check_extern_ldap.m4
- macro.
-
- * config.guess.long: distinguish between redhat and fedora-core
- releases.
-
-2004-07-23 Erez Zadok <ezk@cs.sunysb.edu>
-
- * Minor new port i386-pc-linux-suse8.2: minor new port to SuSE
- 8.2. This systems' latest GCC (gcc version 3.3 20030226
- prerelease) correctly caught a lot of possibly bad comparisons
- between signed and unsigned quantities.
-
- * hlfsd/homedir.c (table_add, plt_search): changed first arg of
- both functions to u_int.
-
- * hlfsd/hlfsd.h, hlfsd/hlfsd.c: change 'cache_interval' to u_int.
- Changed proto for plt_search arg to u_int.
-
- * amq/amq.c (show_mi, main): change 'i' to u_int.
-
- * amq/pawd.c (find_mlp): change 'i' to u_int.
-
- * amd/srvr_nfs.c (find_nfs_srvr): change proto_nfs_version to
- u_int.
-
- * amd/amd.h: change prototype of vreaddir and amfs_error_readdir
- to use u_int count parameter.
-
- * amd/ops_TEMPLATE.c (foofs_readdir), amd/amfs_error.c
- (amfs_error_readdir): change 'count' parameter in proto to u_int.
-
- * amd/amd.h: change proto of amfs_generic_readdir() to use u_int
- count parameter.
-
- * amd/readdir.c (make_entry_chain): preflen should be u_int.
- (amfs_readdir_browsable): change 'count' to u_int.
- (amfs_generic_readdir): change 'count' to u_int.
-
- * amd/amd.h: amu_global_options's portmap_program field should be
- u_long, not int (to match RPC conventions). Change am_fh's
- fhh_gen field to u_int, to match am_gen field in struct am_node.
-
- * amd/conf.c (gopt_portmap_program): use atol() instead of atoi()
- to avoid size differences.
-
- * conf/mount/mount_linux.c (find_unused_loop_device): cast to int
- to avoid comparison between chars and integers.
-
- * libamu/mount_fs.c (get_hex_string): change 'i' to u_int to avoid
- comparisons between signed and unsigned integers.
-
-2004-07-13 Erez Zadok <ezk@cs.sunysb.edu>
-
- * minor new port: i386-pc-linux-suse9.1.
-
- * include/am_defs.h: don't use __kernel_dev_t for dev_t on Linux,
- because SuSE wants __kernel_old_dev_t. Instead, just define it
- directly to what they both use: an unsigned short.
-
-2004-05-27 Erez Zadok <ezk@cs.sunysb.edu>
-
- * minor new port: i386-unknown-freebsd4.10
-
-2004-04-29 Ion Badulescu <ionut@moisil.badula.org>
-
- * amd/amfs_generic.c (amfs_lookup_one_mntfs): fix the creation of
- mountpoints for autofs-based sublinks the right way
-
-2004-04-28 Ion Badulescu <ionut@moisil.badula.org>
-
- Fixes for various memory management problems discovered by
- Rainer's purify run:
-
- * conf/transp/transp_tli.c (check_pmap_up): zero out struct
- timeval before using;
- (get_nfs_version): ditto
-
- * amd/map.c (umount_exported): make sure we don't try to free the
- same am_node multiple times, by setting its corresponding
- exported_ap slot to null
-
- * amd/get_args.c (get_version_string): a static pointer is pretty
- pointless, make it automatic
-
- * amd/conf.c (gopt_debug_options): remove unnecessary strdup();
- (gopt_log_options): ditto
- (gopt_print_version): free version string after using it
-
- * amd/autil.c (mf_mounted): free mntfs->mf_fo instead of leaking
- it
-
- * amd/amfs_generic.c (amfs_lookup_one_mntfs): use the CALLOC macro
- (amfs_lookup_mntfs): free def_opts on return
-
- * amd/amd.c (daemon_mode): zero out struct sigaction before using
- it;
- (main): ditto
-
-2004-04-27 Ion Badulescu <ionut@moisil.badula.org>
-
- * amd/amfs_generic.c (amfs_lookup_one_mntfs): force FS_MKMNT on
- the real mount of an autofs-based sublink
-
-2004-04-25 Ion Badulescu <ionut@moisil.badula.org>
-
- * amd/map.c (free_map_if_success): avoid dereferencing a pointer
- to potentially freed memory
-
-2004-02-26 Erez Zadok <ezk@cs.sunysb.edu>
-
- * minor new port: i386-unknown-freebsd5.2.1.
-
-2004-01-30 Ion Badulescu <ion@guppy.limebrokerage.com>
-
- * scripts/ctl-hlfsd.in: don't run hlfsd with -D fork
-
-2004-01-25 Erez Zadok <ezk@cs.sunysb.edu>
-
- * minor new port: sparc64-unknown-linux-deb3.0
-
- * config.guess.long: recoognize Debian Linux.
-
-2004-01-22 Erez Zadok <ezk@cs.sunysb.edu>
-
- * conf/transp/transp_tli.c (amu_get_myaddress): use
- htonl(INADDR_LOOPBACK) and define INADDR_LOOPBACK if not already
- available.
-
-2004-01-21 Erez Zadok <ezk@cs.sunysb.edu>
-
- * wire-test/wire-test.c, hlfsd/hlfsd.c (main): pass NULL as second
- parameter to amu_get_myaddress().
-
- * conf/transp/transp_tli.c (amu_get_myaddress): resolve value of
- localhost_address amd.conf parameter, if defined (else default to
- HOST_SELF_CONNECT).
- Removed htonl() around socket address copying (I think it was
- wrong) since plog("My IP address is...") in amd.c was printing
- addresses wrong on Solaris x86..
-
- * conf/transp/transp_sockets.c (amu_get_myaddress): comment out
- old DEBUG code that warns if 127.0.0.1 isn't the same as what
- get_myaddress() reports. Add code to resolve value of
- localhost_address amd.conf parameter, if defined (else default to
- 127.0.0.1).
-
- * amd/conf.c (gopt_localhost_address): new function to parse
- amd.conf parameter localhost_address.
-
- * amd/amd.h: global field to store amd.conf localhost_address
- parameter.
-
- * amd/amd.c (main): call amu_get_myaddress with global option,
- which could have been set in amd.conf.
-
- * NEWS, doc/am-utils.texi, scripts/amd.conf-sample,
- scripts/amd.conf.5: document new option localhost_address.
-
-2004-01-20 Ion Badulescu <ionut@moisil.badula.org>
-
- * amd/conf.c (gopt_nfs_allow_insecure_port): support function for
- the new "nfs_allow_insecure_port" amd.conf directive
-
- * amd/nfs_prot_svc.c (nfs_program_2): complain about the insecure
- port and drop the request only if the "nfs_allow_insecure_port"
- option is not set in amd.conf
-
- * doc/am-utils.texi (Global Parameters): documented the new
- amd.conf directive "nfs_allow_insecure_port"
-
- * scripts/amd.conf.5 (nfs_allow_insecure_port): ditto
-
- * scripts/amd.conf-sample (nfs_allow_insecure_port): added the
- "nfs_allow_insecure_port" directive
-
-2004-01-20 Erez Zadok <ezk@cs.sunysb.edu>
-
- * doc/am-utils.texi: amd-workers is defunct.
-
-2004-01-19 Erez Zadok <ezk@cs.sunysb.edu>
-
- * cvs-server.txt: updated instructions
-
-2004-01-18 Erez Zadok <ezk@cs.sunysb.edu>
-
- * minor new port: i386-unknown-freebsd5.2.
-
-2004-01-05 Erez Zadok <ezk@cs.sunysb.edu>
-
- * MIRRORS.{txt,html}: verify each mirror site, update to new
- locations (if found), and remove stale mirrors URLs.
-
- * updated copyright year to 2004 on all files.
-
-2004-01-03 Erez Zadok <ezk@cs.sunysb.edu>
-
- * MIRRORS.txt: track status.
-
- * Makefile.am (install-snapshot): new directory to install
- snapshots (now that am-utils home page is moved).
-
-2004-01-02 Erez Zadok <ezk@cs.sunysb.edu>
-
- * INSTALL, README.autofs: remove forced text-mode.
-
- * doc/am-utils.texi: fix Amd book URL.
-
- * Makefile.am (EXTRA_DIST): include new mirror files in tarball.
-
- * AUTHORS, BUGS, README, README.y2k, configure.in,
- doc/am-utils.texi: revisions to use newer URLs for Web site, FTP,
- and mailing lists.
-
- * MIRRORS.{html,txt}: updates.
-
- * doc/Makefile.am: install mirror lists officially.
-
-2004-01-01 Erez Zadok <ezk@cs.sunysb.edu>
-
- * tasks: things to do after migrating ftp/Web sites.
-
-2003-12-09 Erez Zadok <ezk@cs.sunysb.edu>
-
- * fsinfo/fsinfo.8: fixed typo (unbalanced []) in man page. Bug
- report from Eric S. Raymond <esr@thyrsus.com>.
-
-2003-11-18 Erez Zadok <ezk@cs.sunysb.edu>
-
- * Makefile.am (EXTRA_DIST_M4): exclude removed file
- m4/macros/struct_nfs_fh3.m4 from distro.
-
-2003-10-24 Rainer Orth <ro@TechFak.Uni-Bielefeld.DE>
-
- * libamu/xdr_func.c (xdr_am_nfs_fh3): Use AM_FHSIZE3 instead of
- FHSIZE3 (may be undefined).
-
-2003-10-24 Ion Badulescu <ion@guppy.limebrokerage.com>
-
- Compile fix for Solaris7 with LDAP:
-
- * include/am_defs.h: moved the ldap headers before am_nfs_prot.h
- to facilitate using ldap types in it
-
- * conf/nfs_prot/nfs_prot_sunos5_7.h: add a couple of ldap
- definitions that Sun left out of their headers
-
-2003-10-24 Ion Badulescu <ionut@moisil.badula.org>
-
- * conf/nfs_prot/nfs_prot_*.h: remove all NFSv3-related
- definitions, they are now defined globally
-
- * libamu/xdr_func.c: unconditionally define all xdr functions
- needed for NFSv3, but with an am_ prefix to prevent namespace
- collisions
-
- * amd/amfs_host.c, amd/ops_nfs.c, amd/srvr_nfs.c,
- libamu/mount_fs.c: added the am_ prefix to all
- structures and functions having to do with NFSv3 to prevent
- namespace collisions
-
- * include/am_utils.h: moved definition of am_nfs_handle to ...
-
- * include/am_xdr_func.h: ... here. Also define AM_FHSIZE3,
- am_nfs_fh3, AM_NFSPROC3_LOOKUP, am_nfsstat3, am_fhandle3,
- am_mountstat3, am_mountres3_ok, am_mountres3, am_filename3,
- am_diropargs3, am_LOOKUP3args, am_LOOKUP3resok, am_LOOKUP3resfail,
- am_LOOKUP3res here; remove cross-platform compile helper macros
- AMU_LOOKUP3RES_*.
-
- * include/am_defs.h: include am_xdr_func.h before am_utils.h to
- provide definitions for NFS filehandles
-
- * amd/amd.h: removed declaration for xdr_mountres3
-
- * doc/am-utils.text: minor warning fix
-
- * BUGS: document the autoconf warnings when trying to compile
- system header files in isolation
-
-2003-10-23 Ion Badulescu <ionut@moisil.badula.org>
-
- * m4/macros/struct_nfs_fh3.m4: removed, not needed
-
- * configure.in: check if struct mounta has the optptr field;
- removed all NFSv3-related checks, we implement everything
- internally now
-
- * conf/autofs/autofs_solaris_v2_v3.c (autofs_mount_2_free): don't
- touch mnt->optptr unless HAVE_MOUNTA_OPTPTR is defined
-
-2003-10-22 Ion Badulescu <ionut@moisil.badula.org>
-
- * m4/macros/struct_nfs_fh3.m4: removed, not used anymore
-
- * libamu/xdr_func.c (xdr_am_nfs_fh3): update xdr_am_nfs_fh3
- comments
-
- * configure.in: don't check for xdr_nfs_fh3 and struct nfs_fh3, we
- always use our own
-
-2003-10-22 Ion Badulescu <ion@guppy.limebrokerage.com>
-
- * BUGS: document the limitations of bind mounts on Linux
-
-2003-10-21 Ion Badulescu <ionut@moisil.badula.org>
-
- * buildall: added support for -i (make install)
-
-2003-10-16 Rainer Orth <ro@TechFak.Uni-Bielefeld.DE>
-
- * NEWS: New minor port i386-pc-solaris2.10 (Solaris 10).
- * INSTALL: Mention its test status.
-
-2003-10-16 Erez Zadok <ezk@cs.sunysb.edu>
-
- * amd/ops_nfs.c (nfs_init): declare as static to match forward
- definition at top of file.
-
- * conf/nfs_prot/nfs_prot_{hpux11, netbsd1_4,openbsd,aix5_2}.h:
- added missing definitions for LOOKUP3res, diropargs3, etc.
-
-2003-10-15 Erez Zadok <ezk@cs.sunysb.edu>
-
- * libamu/xdr_func.c (xdr_LOOKUP3res, xdr_am_nfs_fh3),
- libamu/mount_fs.c (compute_nfs_args), amd/ops_nfs.c
- (got_nfs_fh_mount, got_nfs_fh_webnfs, prime_nfs_fhandle_cache,
- webnfs_lookup), amd/amfs_host.c (fetch_fhandle): Attempt to
- cleanup some inconsistencies with how we treat NFSv3 file handles.
- Whenever we need to get data out of a filehandle given to us, we
- assume that it uses the OS's native fhandle structure
- (often struct nfs_fh3). When we store the fhandle data for our
- own use, however, we store it in one of two ways. The first, is
- that we use the system's default nfs_fh3 structure; the second is
- that we define out own struct am_nfs_fh3 in nfs_prot.h (and go
- through an elaborate autoconf song-and-dance to "discover" it as a
- native fh3 handle structure). It appears that we do the latter,
- instead of using the system's default fhandle structure, simply to
- avoid extra malloc's and free's, because whereas nfsv2's fhandle
- structure is a simple 32-byte buffer, nfsv3's fhandle structures
- often just define a "char *" for the fhandle data, and the caller
- must malloc/free the space inside as needed. Our code was never
- written with constructor/destructor callbacks for these nfsv3
- filehandles. Moreover, we carefully wrote our own am_nfs_fh3
- structure so IT JUST SO HAPPENS to align with most (hopefully all)
- of the fhandle structures for v3: first four bytes are the length
- fields and the next four bytes are the fhandle data. Sigh.
- Having this inconsistent use of v3 filehandles can be a real bear,
- because we simply cannot avoid using the system's default fhandle
- structure indirectly, through things like diropargs3 in
- xdr_diropargs3(), which has inside of it a reference to the
- system's default nfs_fh3 structure. ANYWAY, the current fix I've
- come up with is to generalize the way we dereference field names
- within the nfs_fh3 structure (whether ours or the system's) and
- the same for the system's LOOKUP3res structure. I'm not pleased
- with this fix; I'd rather we don't use our own am_nfs_fh3
- structure at all.
-
- * libamu/xdr_func.c (xdr_am_nfs_fh3): always define this
- function if we have NFS3, because we often use our own,
- incompatible am_nfs_fh3 structure.
-
- * include/am_xdr_func.h: We cannot use the native system's
- xdr_nfs_fh3 because we are defining our own incompatible
- am_hfs_fh3 structure for some systems.
-
- * include/am_xdr_func.h: Define default values for field names of
- struct nfs_fh3 and LOOKUP3res.
-
- * doc/am-utils.texi (debug_options Parameter): minor typo fixed.
-
- * conf/nfs_prot/nfs_prot_freebsd3.h: FreeBSD uses different fields
- names for struct nfs_fh3 and LOOKUP3res, so override the default
- names here.
-
- * configure.in: AMU_CHECK_FS_MNTENT(nfs3) test before
- AMU_STRUCT_NFS_FH3, because the latter depends on the former.
-
- * amd/ops_nfs.c (prime_nfs_fhandle_cache): add {} to disambiguate
- and clarify if-the-else clauses.
-
-2003-10-13 Ion Badulescu <ionut@moisil.badula.org>
-
- * amd/get_args.c (get_version_string): change "Built by" to
- "Configured by", and add a new "Built by" line using the variables
- below
-
- * m4/update_build_version (vers): add BUILD_USER, BUILD_HOST, and
- BUILD_DATE to build_version.h
-
- * amd/mntfs.c (locate_mntfs): fix restarted filesystems: mf_fo
- must be initialized even for them, otherwise we lose opt_sublink
- (and perhaps other options as well). Report from Rainer Orth.
-
- * amd/amfs_generic.c (amfs_bgmount): The fix for the mf_fo NULL
- pointer dereferencing was a bit too aggressive and could end up
- not processing the sublink option if the filesystem was already
- mounted.
-
-2003-10-11 Ion Badulescu <ionut@moisil.badula.org>
-
- Fix restarted filesystem by disabling the amfs_inherit filesystem
- and moving the restarting logic into the generic code. The old
- code is still there, will be removed sometime in the near future.
-
- * amd/mntfs.c (locate_mntfs): disable amfs_inherit and simply
- return the pointer to the restarted filesystem
- (free_mntfs): check for the MFF_RESTART flag instead of the
- amfs_inherit ops
-
- * amd/autil.c (mf_mounted): remove the MFF_RESTART flag once the
- filesystem is in use
-
- * amd/amfs_nfsx.c (amfs_nfsx_init): only call fs_init() if the
- filesystem is not being restarted
- (amfs_nfsx_remount): if the filesystem is already mounted,
- short-circuit the code and just continue
-
- * amd/amfs_generic.c (amfs_bgmount): only call fs_init() if the
- filesystem is not being restarted; remove hack that was used to
- work around an amfs_inherit problem
-
-2003-10-09 Rainer Orth <ro@TechFak.Uni-Bielefeld.DE>
-
- Use WebNFS to obtain file handles for mount(2).
-
- * NEWS: Document WebNFS support.
-
- * configure.in: Check for public mount option.
- * include/am_compat.h (MNTTAB_OPT_PUBLIC): Define if missing.
- * doc/am-utils.texi (opts Option): Renamed webnfs to public,
- update description.
-
- * amd/amd.h (FSF_WEBNFS): New mntfs flag.
- * include/am_utils.h (RPC_XID_WEBNFS): New XID type.
-
- * amd/amfs_host.c (amfs_host_mount, amfs_host_umounted): Reject
- WebNFS mount/umount attempts.
- * amd/ops_nfs.c (got_nfs_fh_mount): Renamed from got_nfs_fh.
- (got_nfs_fh_webnfs): New function.
- (flush_nfs_fhandle_cache): Don't invalidate port for WebNFS servers.
- (prime_nfs_fhandle_cache): Likewise.
- Remove unconditional return of public file handle for WebNFS, but
- get NFS file handles via mountd or WebNFS instead.
- (webnfs_lookup): New function.
- (nfs_umounted): Don't inform mountd if MFF_WEBNFS.
- * amd/rpc_fwd.c (fwd_packet, fwd_reply): Send/receive WebNFS
- packets.
- * amd/srvr_nfs.c (recompute_portmap): Don't contact portmap for
- WebNFS servers.
- Mention host in info message.
- (find_nfs_srvr): Handle public mount option.
- Prefer NFSv3/tcp if the client supports it.
- Allow port mount option to override default or result from portmap
- lookup.
-
- * libamu/xdr_func.c (xdr_diropargs3, xdr_filename3,
- xdr_LOOKUP3args, xdr_LOOKUP3res, xdr_LOOKUP3resfail,
- xdr_LOOKUP3resok, xdr_nfs_fh3, xdr_nfsstat3): New functions.
- * include/am_xdr_func.h: Declare them.
- * configure.in: Check for them.
- * conf/nfs_prot/nfs_prot_linux.h: Provide missing NFSv3
- definitions and types.
-
-2003-10-09 Rainer Orth <ro@TechFak.Uni-Bielefeld.DE>
-
- Support IRIX 6 private mount option.
-
- * configure.in (AC_CHECK_MNTTAB_OPTS): Check for private option
- name string.
- (AC_CHECK_MNT2_NFS_OPTS): Check for private NFS mount option (IRIX 6).
- * aux/macros/header_templates.m4 (MNTTAB_OPT_PRIVATE,
- MNT2_NFS_OPT_PRIVATE): Provide templates.
- * include/am_compat.h (MNTTAB_OPT_PRIVATE): Define if missing.
- * doc/am-utils.texi (opts Option): Document it.
-
-2003-10-09 Rainer Orth <ro@TechFak.Uni-Bielefeld.DE>
-
- * doc/am-utils.texi (opts Option): Fix Tru64 UNIX name in proplist
- mount option.
-
-2003-10-09 Rainer Orth <ro@TechFak.Uni-Bielefeld.DE>
-
- * libamu/mount_fs.c (compute_nfs_args) [HAVE_NFS_ARGS_T_FH_LEN]:
- Don't reference removed fh3.
-
-2003-10-09 Rainer Orth <ro@TechFak.Uni-Bielefeld.DE>
-
- * NEWS: New minor port sparc-sun-solaris2.10 (Solaris 10).
-
- * INSTALL: Mention test status of various ports.
- Describe IRIX 6 autofs status.
-
-2003-10-09 Ion Badulescu <ionut@moisil.badula.org>
-
- * NEWS: updated
-
- * amd/amfs_generic.c (amfs_bgmount): don't use mf_fo until after
- we've done all the tests and we know we have a valid and mountable
- mntfs. Otherwise we could end up dereferencing null pointers.
-
- * amd/amd.h: fixed a copy&paste comment bug
-
- * amd/am_ops.c (ops_match): minor code cleanup
-
- * doc/am-utils.texi: fixed various typos; added warning about the
- racy nature of nfsx; removed duplicated listing of debug options;
- added paragraph about signals supported by hlfsd; removed the long
- list of (maybe) supported platforms since it duplicates the list
- in INSTALL.
-
-2003-10-02 Rainer Orth <ro@TechFak.Uni-Bielefeld.DE>
-
- Simplify FD_SET etc. use.
-
- * include/am_defs.h (FD_SET, FD_ISSET, FD_CLR, FD_ZERO): Provide
- if missing.
- (rpc_pending_now, run_rpc): Use them.
- * configure.in: Check for fds_bits field in fd_set.
- * amd/nfs_start.c (run_rpc): Use it.
-
-2003-10-02 Rainer Orth <ro@TechFak.Uni-Bielefeld.DE>
-
- Improve RPC XID handling.
-
- * amd/rpc_fwd.c (fwd_packet, fwd_reply): Always log xid.
- Convert xid to/from host/network byte order.
-
-2003-10-02 Rainer Orth <ro@TechFak.Uni-Bielefeld.DE>
-
- Use NFS V2/V3 file handles instead of mount results.
-
- * include/am_utils.h (am_nfs_fhandle): Use NFS V2/V3 file handles
- only, not MOUNTPROC_MNT results.
- * amd/amfs_host.c (fetch_fhandle): Use local variables to store
- MOUNTPROC_MNT results.
- * amd/autil.c (amfs_mount): Use new am_nfs_fhandle_t.
- * amd/ops_nfs.c (struct fh_cache): New member fh_status.
- (got_nfs_fh): Use local variables to store MOUNTPROC_MNT results.
- Store MOUNTPROC_MNT errors in fh_status.
- (prime_nfs_fhandle_cache): Get fh_error from fh_status.
- * hlfsd/hlfsd.c (main): Use new am_nfs_fhandle_t.
- * libamu/mount_fs.c (compute_nfs_args): Copy NFS V2/V3 file
- handles straight from new am_nfs_fhandle_t.
-
-2003-10-02 Rainer Orth <ro@TechFak.Uni-Bielefeld.DE>
-
- * amd/clock.c (CID_ALLOC): Remove unused argument.
- (timeout): Likewise.
-
- * amd/ops_nfs.c (FHID_ALLOC): Remove unused argument.
- (prime_nfs_fhandle_cache): Likewise.
- (call_mountd): Use UDPMSGSIZE instead of magic constant.
-
- * amd/rpc_fwd.c (XID_ALLOC): Remove unused argument.
- (fwd_packet): Likewise.
- Handle TLOOK error from t_rcvudata().
-
-2003-09-30 Ion Badulescu <ionut@moisil.badula.org>
-
- * NEWS: updated
-
- * libamu/mount_fs.c (mount_fs): don't try to recreate the mount
- point if the mount fails with ENOENT: in the best case we would be
- papering over a bug, and in the worst case we could cause a
- deadlock (with autofs). If there are races, they need to be
- exposed and fixed properly.
-
- * conf/autofs/autofs_solaris_v1.h,
- conf/autofs/autofs_solaris_v2_v3.h,
- conf/autofs/autofs_linux.h: (AUTOFS_NFSX_FS_FLAGS): autofs
- semantics don't allow us to mount nfsx directly onto an autofs
- mountpoint, so disallow it
-
- * amd/amfs_nfsx.c (amfs_nfsx_match): more restrictive sanity check
- to avoid trying to memmove(foo, bar, (unsigned)-1) due to invalid
- map entries...
- (amfs_nfsx_cont): amfs_retry does most of the cleanup work for us
- in the upper layer, so don't do anything else beside wakeup() on
- success
- (amfs_nfsx_remount): only create the mountpoints as we need them,
- avoids creating them on the wrong filesystem in the case of
- hierarchical mounts; fix crash-generating typo (m should really be
- mf and I swear I hate single-character variable names)
-
- * amd/amfs_generic.c (amfs_cont): one more dlog
- (amfs_bgmount): amazingly enough, even foreground mounts can be
- backgrounded (in the case of nfsx), so account for this
- possibility and permit retries
-
- * m4/macros/check_autofs_style.m4 (AMU_AUTOFS_PROT_HEADER): define
- and AC_SUBST it as ${top_builddir}/amu_autofs_prot.h
-
- * amd/Makefile.am ($(amd_OBJECTS) $(EXTRA_amd_OBJECTS)): depend on
- @AMU_AUTOFS_PROT_HEADER@
-
-2003-09-29 Erez Zadok <ezk@urd.fsl.cs.sunysb.edu>
-
- * minor new port mipsel-unknown-linux-rhPS2 (Linux on Sony
- PlayStation 2)
-
- * amd/srvr_nfs.c (find_nfs_srvr): don't run code that expects
- "char protocols[]" unless MNTTAB_OPT_PROTO is defined.
-
-2003-09-26 Rainer Orth <ro@TechFak.Uni-Bielefeld.DE>
-
- Consolidate alloca support.
-
- * amd/amq_svc.c: Move alloca support ...
- * include/am_defs.h: ... here.
- * amd/conf_parse.y: Remove alloca support.
- * fsinfo/fsi_gram.y: Likewise.
-
-2003-09-25 Rainer Orth <ro@TechFak.Uni-Bielefeld.DE>
-
- Handle Solaris 10.
- * m4/macros/check_nfs_prot_headers.m4
- (AMU_CHECK_NFS_PROT_HEADERS): Don't use wildcards for
- sunos5.[0-3], solaris 2.[0-3], there were no micro releases.
- Explicitly match sunos5*, solaris2* for Solaris 8 and beyond.
-
- * m4/macros/os_cflags.m4 (AMU_OS_CFLAGS): Dont use wildcards for
- solaris2.[0-5], sunos5.[0-5], but explicitly handle Solaris 2.5
- micro releases to cope with Solaris 2.5.1.
- Explicitly match solaris2*, sunos5*.
-
-2003-09-25 Rainer Orth <ro@TechFak.Uni-Bielefeld.DE>
-
- * amd/amq_svc.c: Provide alloca prerequisites.
-
- * conf/transp/transp_tli.c (register_autofs_service): Fix typo.
-
-2003-09-23 Ion Badulescu <ion@opteron.tower-research.com>
-
- * minor new port: x86_64-unknown-linux-rh2.9.5AS. (Red Hat
- Enterprise Linux 3.0 beta running on a 64-bit AMD64 platform)
-
-2003-09-22 Ion Badulescu <ionut@buggy.badula.org>
-
- * conf/autofs/autofs_solaris_v1.c (autofs_mount_fs): compile fix
-
-2003-09-19 Ion Badulescu <ionut@moisil.badula.org>
-
- * amd/amfs_nfsl.c (amfs_nfsl_match): checking opt_fs is not always
- enough, we should lstat() the sublink if it's defined.
- (amfs_nfsl_ffserver): ditto
- (ALL): Removed some obsolete comments. The nfsl code is now little
- more than a very straight-forward switch between link and nfs.
-
- * amd/amfs_link.c (amfs_link_match): more up-to-date explanation
- for the prepend-the-dot hack for type link; also, the sublink is
- already normalized and absolute, so take advantage of that
-
- * amd/amfs_generic.c (amfs_lookup_one_mntfs): the sublink is
- already normalized and absolute, so take advantage of that
-
- * amd/am_ops.c (ops_match): normalize the sublink here, early into
- the matching process
-
- * amd/autil.c (am_mounted): be consistent and accept both
- "nounmount" and "noumount" as pseudo mount options (same as
- "unmount" and "umount" nearby)
-
- * amd/Makefile.am (build_version.h): fixed dependencies (depends
- on amd_OBJECTS, not OBJECTS -- which doesn't even exist)
-
-2003-09-19 Erez Zadok <ezk@dhcp8.fsl.cs.sunysb.edu>
-
- * amd/amq_subr.c (amqproc_export_1_svc): force double casting to
- avoid gcc-3.3 complaints on Solaris 9 about "dereferencing
- type-punned pointer will break strict-aliasing rules".
-
-2003-09-16 Ion Badulescu <ionut@moisil.badula.org>
-
- * Released beta version 6.1b4
-
-2003-09-15 Ion Badulescu <ionut@moisil.badula.org>
-
- * doc/am-utils.texi (opts Option): removed documentation for old
- ignore_portmapper mount option, documented the new webnfs option
-
- * NEWS: webnfs support
-
- * amd/srvr_nfs.c (find_nfs_srvr): set MFF_WEBNFS if the "webnfs"
- (former "ignore_portmapper") mount option is present
-
- * amd/ops_nfs.c (prime_nfs_fhandle_cache): generate a public
- filehandle (all zeros) if MFF_WEBNFS is set
- (nfs_umounted): don't talk to mountd if MFF_WEBNFS is set
-
- * amd/amd.h (MFF_WEBNFS): new flag, obvious meaning
-
-2003-09-13 Ion Badulescu <ionut@moisil.badula.org>
-
- * amd/srvr_nfs.c: renamed np_xid to global_xid; sanitized the
- NPXID_ALLOC macro and renamed it to XID_ALLOC; renamed start_ping
- to create_ping_payload; renamed nfs_pinged to
- nfs_keepalive_callback; renamed nfs_timed_out to
- nfs_keepalive_timeout; renamed nfs_srvr_port to get_mountd_port;
- made ping_buf and ping_len arrays with one element for each
- supported nfs version
-
- * amd/amd.h: renamed nfs_srvr_port() to get_mountd_port()
-
- * amd/amfs_host.c (amfs_host_init): ditto
-
- * amd/ops_nfs.c (call_mountd): ditto
-
-2003-09-03 Rainer Orth <ro@TechFak.Uni-Bielefeld.DE>
-
- * BUGS: Mention fix for broken Solaris 8 <rpcsvc/autofs_prot.h>
- patches.
-
-2003-08-31 Erez Zadok <ezk@filer.fsl.cs.sunysb.edu>
-
- * amd/autil.c (strealloc): don't call malloc_verify() unless it
- exists.
-
- * configure.in: move "OPTION PROCESSING" section (opt_debug etc.)
- after we figure out PROG_CC and other compiler features, because
- some of the option processing macros need a compiler to function.
-
- * libamu/xutil.c: don't define variables that won't be used unless
- mallinfo() and malloc_verify() exist.
- (real_plog): don't call checkup_mem unless
- mallocinfo() and malloc_verify() exist.
- (checkup_mem): don't define this function unless mallocinfo() and
- malloc_verify() exist.
-
- * m4/macros/opt_debug.m4: check for functions malloc_verify and
- mallinfo in general libraries and then in libmapmalloc and
- libmalloc. These seem to have disappeared in FreeBSD 5.x.
-
- * libamu/xutil.c (dxfree): print pointer using %p
-
-2003-08-29 Erez Zadok <ezk@a-opendarwin.fsl.cs.sunysb.edu>
-
- * configure.in: start 6.1b4-pre officially (belated)
-
- * minor new port: i686-apple-darwin6.6
-
-2003-08-27 Ion Badulescu <ionut@moisil.badula.org>
-
- * conf/autofs/autofs_solaris_v1.c: convert relative targets to
- absolute paths when using lofs mounts
-
- * conf/autofs/autofs_solaris_v2_v3.c: ditto
-
- * conf/autofs/autofs_linux.c: ditto
-
-2003-08-27 Ion Badulescu <ionut@buggy.badula.org>
-
- * README.autofs: added a paragraph about the resource consumption
- of auto maps over autofs
-
- * amd/amfs_generic.c (amfs_lookup_one_mntfs): moved the setting of
- the MFF_IS_AUTOFS flag from init_mntfs() to
- amfs_lookup_one_mntfs(), where it belongs
-
- * amd/mntfs.c (init_mntfs): ditto
-
-2003-08-27 Ion Badulescu <ion@guppy.limebrokerage.com>
-
- * amd/ops_nfs.c (got_nfs_fh): make the error EACCES if we are
- denied a filehandle by the server (used to be EIO)
-
-2003-08-27 Erez Zadok <ezk@a-bsdi42.fsl.cs.sunysb.edu>
-
- * conf/nfs_prot/nfs_prot_bsdi3.h: support na_uid and na_gid.
-
-2003-08-27 Ion Badulescu <ionut@moisil.badula.org>
-
- * conf/autofs/autofs_linux.c (autofs_mount_succeeded): force
- daemon-initiated timeouts on autofs filesystems, since apparently
- they appear as "always busy" to the kernel-based expiration routine
-
-2003-08-26 Ion Badulescu <ionut@buggy.badula.org>
-
- * NEWS: updated
-
- * conf/autofs/autofs_linux.h (AUTOFS_LINK_FS_FLAGS): remove
- FS_ON_AUTOFS
- (AUTOFS_LINKX_FS_FLAGS): ditto
-
- * conf/autofs/autofs_solaris_v1.h (AUTOFS_LINK_FS_FLAGS): remove
- FS_ON_AUTOFS
- (AUTOFS_LINKX_FS_FLAGS): ditto
-
- * conf/autofs/autofs_solaris_v2_v3.h (AUTOFS_LINK_FS_FLAGS): remove
- FS_ON_AUTOFS
- (AUTOFS_LINKX_FS_FLAGS): ditto
-
- * amd/amfs_generic.c (amfs_lookup_one_mntfs): don't modify the
- original opt_fs, instead store the new mount point for autofs in a
- temporary variable and pass it around. Fixes a problem with the
- link side of nfsl.
-
-2003-08-25 Ion Badulescu <ionut@moisil.badula.org>
-
- * NEWS: updated
-
- * amd/ops_nfs.c (prime_nfs_fhandle_cache): use get_mntfs_wchan to
- initialize the fh_wchan member of the cache entry
- (prime_nfs_fhandle_cache): use get_mntfs_wchan for the wchan_t
- argument of call_mountd()
-
- * amd/map.c (free_map_if_success): use get_mntfs_wchan for the
- wchan_t argument of wakeup()
-
- * amd/amfs_nfsx.c (amfs_nfsx_cont): use get_mntfs_wchan for the
- wchan_t argument of wakeup_task() and wakeup()
-
- * amd/amfs_host.c (amfs_host_init): use get_mntfs_wchan for the
- wchan_t argument of nfs_srvr_port()
-
- * amd/amfs_generic.c (ALL): use get_mntfs_wchan for the wchan_t
- argument of sched_task() and wakeup()
- (amfs_retry): minor cleanup
- (amfs_bgmount): call nfs_quick_reply on failure
-
- * amd/sched.c (get_mntfs_wchan): new function which calls the
- member function get_wchan if defined, otherwise returns the mntfs
- pointer itself
-
- * amd/amfs_inherit.c (amfs_inherit_get_wchan): new function,
- calls get_mntfs_wchan() on the inherited filesystem
-
- * amd/amfs_*.c, amd/ops_*.c: initialize the new get_wchan member
- of the ops to 0
-
- * amd/amd.h: new function type vget_wchan
- (struct mntfs): new member get_wchan which returns the waiting
- channel associated with the mntfs (normally itself)
-
-2003-08-22 Ion Badulescu <ion@guppy.limebrokerage.com>
-
- * conf/mount/mount_linux.c (parse_opts): minor cleanup
-
- * conf/autofs/autofs_linux.c (autofs_handle_fdset): added missing
- break in case autofs_ptype_expire_multi
-
-2003-08-22 Ion Badulescu <ionut@moisil.badula.org>
-
- * conf/autofs/autofs_solaris_v1.h: undefine autofs support if
- autofs_args_t cannot be determined (hopefully fixes a reported
- IRIX 6.5.4 problem).
-
- * conf/autofs/autofs_solaris_v1.c: wrap entire file in #ifdef
- HAVE_FS_AUTOFS / #endif (see above)
-
- * conf/autofs/autofs_linux.h: undefine autofs support if the
- necessary header files are not found (fixes a reported RedHat 6.2
- Sparc problem).
-
- * conf/autofs/autofs_linux.c: wrap entire file in #ifdef
- HAVE_FS_AUTOFS / #endif (see above)
-
- * libamu/mount_fs.c (compute_nfs_args): only use MNT2_NFS_OPT_SOFT
- if autoconf detected it (fixes a reported RedHat 6.2 Alpha problem).
-
- * amd/map.c (unmount_mp, unmount_exported): move the code that
- changes the fattr from NFLNK to NFDIR from unmount_mp to
- unmount_exported, it was causing troubles (ESTALE) after failed
- unmounts. This is still very very unclean, but it's the same as the
- old 6.0 code.
-
-2003-08-22 Nick Williams <Nick.Williams@morganstanley.com>
-
- * amd/info_ldap.c (amu_ldap_init): don't try to pass a null
- pointer as a string to plog, Solaris (and other OS's) don't like
- it and will dump core.
-
-2003-08-13 Ion Badulescu <ion@guppy.limebrokerage.com>
-
- * amd/amd.h: introduced two new types, wchan_t and opaque_t, as
- aliases of voidp. This makes reading the code easier on the eyes. :)
-
- * ALL: replace various instances of voidp with wchan_t and
- opaque_t, as appropriate
-
-2003-08-13 Ion Badulescu <ionut@nicu.badula.org>
-
- * NEWS, configure.in: bumped version up to 6.1b4-pre
-
-2003-08-13 Ion Badulescu <ionut@moisil.badula.org>
-
- * Released beta version 6.1b3
-
-2003-08-13 Ion Badulescu <ion@guppy.limebrokerage.com>
-
- * conf/autofs/autofs_linux.c (autofs_mount_fs): HACK: always use
- symlinks for host mounts; assorted fixes for the symlink mode
-
-2003-08-05 Ion Badulescu <ionut@moisil.badula.org>
-
- * conf/umount/umount_default.c (umount_fs): enable space hack
- handling for autofs v1
-
- * amd/map.c (get_first_exported_ap, get_next_exported_ap): new
- functions that facilitate iterating through the list of
- mountpoints
-
- * amd/amfs_union.c (amfs_union_mounted): use get_first_exported_ap
- and get_next_exported_ap
-
- * conf/autofs/autofs_solaris_v2_v3.c (autofs_unmount_2_req): ditto
-
-2003-08-04 Erez Zadok <ezk@ulkesh.dyn.optonline.net>
-
- * configure.in: check if system stores mount tables in files
- (usually in /etc), and configure couldn't find a definition for
- either struct mntent or struct mnttab. If so, abort configure
- because this could be a new/misconfigured system, or a bug in
- am-utils.
-
-2003-08-04 Ion Badulescu <ionut@moisil.badula.org>
-
- * conf/autofs/autofs_solaris_v2_v3.c (autofs_umount_fs): fix
- compile warning
-
-2003-08-04 Ion Badulescu <ionut@buggy.badula.org>
-
- * conf/autofs/autofs_linux.c (autofs_mount_fs): don't call
- ops->mount_fs() for an already mounted filesystem
- (autofs_umount_fs): only call ops->umount_fs() if we're holding
- the last reference to the filesystem
-
- * conf/autofs/autofs_solaris_v1.c (autofs_mount_fs): ditto
- (autofs_umount_fs): ditto
-
- * conf/autofs/autofs_solaris_v2_v3.c (autofs_mount_fs): ditto
- (autofs_umount_fs): ditto
-
- * amd/amfs_generic.c (amfs_lookup_mntfs): remove the shortcut for
- already-mounted filesystems
- (amfs_cont): only release the autofs_fh if the filesystem is not
- mounted; add another comment about the NFS_SCALEDOWN hack
- (amfs_bgmount): if the mntfs is already mounted, skip just the
- filesystem initialization, but do call mount_node()
-
- * amd/map.c (mount_node): always call autofs_mount_fs(), but only
- call ops->mount_fs() if the mntfs is not yet mounted
- (unmount_node): always call autofs_umount_fs(), but only call
- ops->umount_fs() if the refcount on the mntfs equals 1.
-
-2003-08-02 Erez Zadok <ezk@filer.fsl.cs.sunysb.edu>
-
- * conf/nfs_prot/nfs_prot_openbsd.h: include <ufs/ufs/ufsmount.h>
- here with the proper workarounds for openbsd3.3 (define MAXQUOTAS,
- define dummy struct netexport, and include <ufs/ufs/extattr.h>
- wrapped in _KERNEL).
-
- * conf/nfs_prot/nfs_prot_freebsd3.h: include <ufs/ufs/ufsmount.h>
- here with the proper workarounds for freebsd5.1 (define dummy
- struct ufs_extattr_per_mount).
-
- * conf/nfs_prot/nfs_prot_bsdi2.h: include <ufs/ufs/ufsmount.h>
- here with the proper workarounds for bsdi2 (define MAXQUOTAS and
- dummy struct netexport).
-
- * include/mount_headers1.h: do not include <ufs/ufs/ufsmount.h>
- here, b/c every *BSD system has some sort of problem in including
- this header file, which includes ugly workarounds. Inclusion of
- this header was already moved out of am_defs.h (used to compile
- amd), but we forgot to move it out of mount_headers1.h (used to
- configure). The specific inclusion of ufsmount.h is now in the OS
- specific nfs_prot.h file.
-
- * configure.in: if configure could not find any definition for
- "struct nfs_args", abort configure with an explanatory message.
- There's no point in continuing, as this could be a system bug,
- buggy am-utils, or a new system to which am-utils wasn't ported to
- yet.
-
- * minor new port: i386-pc-solaris2.9
-
-2003-08-01 Ion Badulescu <ionut@buggy.badula.org>
-
- * doc/am-utils.texi (NFS-Link Filesystem): make the documentation
- match the code (as well as basic logic operations: the negation of
- 'a or b' is 'not a and not b', not 'not a or not b')
-
-2003-08-01 Erez Zadok <ezk@filer.fsl.cs.sunysb.edu>
-
- * minor new port: i386-unknown-openbsd3.3.
-
- * m4/macros/check_libwrap_severity.m4: new macro to check if
- libwrap includes the integer variables deny_severity and
- allow_severity, since some libwrap implementations do and others
- don't. The test tries to compile and run a simple empty main()
- program, then the same program while defining these two variables:
- comparing the results of the two tests, we can tell whether we
- should define NEED_LIBWRAP_SEVERITY_VARIABLES.
-
- * Makefile.am (EXTRA_DIST_M4): distribute new macro
- check_libwrap_severity.m4.
-
- * m4/macros/header_templates.m4: template for HAVE_LIBWRAP (which
- we must define explicitly since we've overridden the
- action-if-found in AC_CHECK_LIB(wrap). Also template for
- NEED_LIBWRAP_SEVERITY_VARIABLES.
-
- * amd/amq_svc.c: if libwrap does not include the severity
- variables, then define and initialize them here.
-
- * amd/Makefile.am (LIBS): explicitly include @WRAPLIB@ only for
- Amd binary. Other am-utils binaries don't need -lwrap.
-
- * configure.in: if libwrap is found, only define it in @WRAPLIB@,
- so we don't automatically link every am-utils binary with -lwrap.
- Run test for existence of severity variables in libwrap.
-
-2003-07-31 Erez Zadok <ezk@filer.fsl.cs.sunysb.edu>
-
- * conf/nfs_prot/nfs_prot_openbsd.h: define struct fattr fields uid
- and gid.
-
- * configure.in: move check for AC_CHECK_LIB(libwrap) as far down
- as possible because on modern tcpwrapper systems such as openbsd,
- the caller must provide two symbols: deny_severity and
- allow_severity, which determine the logging level of rejected and
- requested requests, respectively. If this check happens too
- early, then $LIBS includes -lwrap, which causes many subsequent
- tests that need to run a compiled program to fail with missing
- symbols.
-
- * m4/macros/header_templates.m4: fix typo in template for
- readdirplus.
-
- * configure.in: check for <ufs/ufs/extattr.h> (OpenBSD 3.3)
-
- * minor new port: i386-unknown-netbsdelf1.6.1.
-
- * configure.in: save state before system-specific tests are run.
-
- * m4/macros/check_gnu_getopt.m4: do NOT abort ./configure just
- because the compiled test program failed to run.
-
-2003-08-01 Ion Badulescu <ionut@buggy.badula.org>
-
- * NEWS, README.autofs: updated
-
- * libamu/mount_fs.c (mount_fs): added support for the space hack
-
- * doc/am-utils.texi: mention than UFS/XFS/EFS/CacheFS filesystems
- are not expired by default; correct and expand the section
- describing the program filesystem
-
- * conf/autofs/autofs_solaris_v2_v3.h (AUTOFS_*_FS_FLAGS): add
- FS_ON_AUTOFS for supported filesystems
-
- * conf/autofs/autofs_solaris_v2_v3.c (autofs_mount_fs): call
- mf->mount_fs()
- (autofs_umount_fs): call mf->umount_fs()
-
- * conf/autofs/autofs_solaris_v1.h (autofs_strdup_space_hack): add
- prototype for malloc()
- (AUTOFS_*_FS_FLAGS): lose the FS_MKMNT flags, add FS_ON_AUTOFS for
- supported filesystems
-
- * conf/autofs/autofs_solaris_v1.c (autofs_mount_fs): add support
- for the space hack; call mf->mount_fs()
- (autofs_umount_fs): add support for the space hack; call
- mf->umount_fs()
- (autofs_mount_succeeded): add support for the space hack
-
- * conf/autofs/autofs_linux.h: lose the FS_MKMNT flags, add
- FS_ON_AUTOFS for supported filesystems
-
- * conf/autofs/autofs_linux.c (AUTOFS_MAX_VERSION): define to
- AUTOFS_MAX_PROTO_VERSION instead of hardcoding to 4
- (autofs_mounted): host mounts are now supported on all autofs
- versions, remove the hack to turn it off on v3
- (autofs_mount_fs): call mf->mount_fs(), create/remove mountpoints
- as needed
- (autofs_umount_fs): call mf->umount_fs(), remove mountpoints on
- success
- (ALL): use '#if AUTOFS_MAX_VERSION >= 4' instead of
- '#ifdef autofs_ptype_expire_multi'
-
- * amd/map.c (mount_node): autofs_mount_fs() now calls
- mf->mount_fs() internally
- (unmount_node): autofs_umount_fs() now calls mf->umount_fs()
- internally
-
- * amd/autil.c (am_mounted): minor cleanup
-
- * amd/amfs_program.c (amfs_program_ops): added FS_MKMNT to
- nfs_fs_flags
-
- * amd/amfs_generic.c (amfs_lookup_one_mntfs): use the FS_ON_AUTOFS
- flag instead of hardcoding filesystem types
- (amfs_bgmount): better mount_type logging
-
- * amd/amd.h (FS_ON_AUTOFS): new flag which tells the code that
- this filesystem can be mounted directly onto an autofs mountpoint
-
-2003-07-31 Ion Badulescu <ionut@buggy.badula.org>
-
- * amd/amfs_nfsl.c (amfs_nfsl_umount): fix copy&paste error (was
- calling amfs_link_ops.umount_fs() for NFS filesystems)
- (amfs_nfsl_umounted): remove rmdirs() hack, it is now handled
- properly elsewhere
- (amfs_nfsl_ffserver): remove FS_MKMNT from mf_fsflags if we're
- using link (not NFS)
-
-2003-07-31 Rainer Orth <ro@TechFak.Uni-Bielefeld.DE>
-
- * README.autofs: Correct IRIX spelling.
- AutoFS support exists only on IRIX 6.
- Update IRIX 6 status.
-
- Allow AutoFS V1 support to compile on IRIX 6.
- * conf/autofs/autofs_solaris_v1.c (autofs_mount_1_req): Add
- SVCXPRT * arg.
- Remove superfluous \n from dlog messages.
- (autofs_unmount_1_req): Likewise.
- Switch to get_exported_ap.
- (autofs_program_1): Invoke handlers with additional transp arg.
- * conf/autofs/autofs_solaris_v1.h: Use autofs_args_t to define
- autofs_fh_t, struct auto_args doesn't exist on IRIX 6.
-
- * conf/mount/mount_irix6.c (mount_irix) [HAVE_FS_AUTOFS]: Support
- AutoFS mounts.
- [HAVE_FS_LOFS]: Likewise for lofs mounts.
-
- * conf/nfs_prot/nfs_prot_irix6.h (AUTOFS_CONFTYPE): Define.
- Don't disable AutoFS support any more.
-
- * conf/transp/transp_sockets.c [HAVE_FS_AUTOFS && AUTOFS_PROG]
- (register_autofs_service): Define autofs_xprt.
-
- * m4/macros/check_autofs_style.m4 (AMU_CHECK_AUTOFS_STYLE): Update
- Solaris 8+ comment to mention AutoFS V4.
- (irix6*): Enable AutoFS V1 support on IRIX 6.
-
-2003-07-30 Erez Zadok <ezk@agora.fsl.cs.sunysb.edu>
-
- * NEWS, doc/am-utils.texi, scripts/amd.conf.5: revised explanation
- of autofs_use_lofs.
-
-2003-07-30 Rainer Orth <ro@TechFak.Uni-Bielefeld.DE>
-
- * amd/ops_efs.c (efs_mount): Replace on_autofs arg with
- MFF_ON_AUTOFS flag.
- (efs_umount): Likewise.
-
-2003-07-30 Erez Zadok <ezk@filer.fsl.cs.sunysb.edu>
-
- * conf/umount/umount_bsd44.c (umount_fs): convert to new way of
- unmounting which takes autofs into account.
-
-2003-07-30 Ion Badulescu <ionut@moisil.badula.org>
-
- * ALL: renamed MFF_AUTOFS to MFF_IS_AUTOFS; removed mf_real_mount
- hack; pass a new on_autofs argument to mount/umount function,
- based on the MFF_ON_AUTOFS mntfs flag
-
- * NEWS, README.autofs: updated
-
- * scripts/amd.conf.5: document new option autofs_use_lofs
-
- * scripts/amd.conf-sample (autofs_use_lofs): document new option
-
- * m4/macros/check_autofs_style.m4 (am_utils_link_files): symlink
- the autofs header as amu_autofs_prot.h instead of slurping it into
- aux_conf.h
-
- * libamu/mount_fs.c (mount_fs): removed old stub, renamed
- mount_fs2 to mount_fs, added new argument on_autofs
-
- * doc/am-utils.texi (Direct Automount Filesystem): document
- problems with nfs direct mounts on modern kernels, document good
- autofs support for direct mounts on Solaris
- (autofs_use_lofs Parameter): document this new option
- (browsable_dirs Parameter): note that mount storms are avoided
- when using autofs
-
- * conf/umount/umount_bsd44.c (umount_fs): removed old stub,
- renamed umount_fs2 to umount_fs
-
- * conf/umount/umount_osf.c (umount_fs): removed old stub,
- renamed umount_fs2 to umount_fs, added new argument on_autofs
-
- * conf/umount/umount_default.c (umount_fs): ditto as above; return
- an error on ENOENT instead of faking success
-
- * conf/autofs/autofs_solaris_v2_v3.c (autofs_lookup_2_req): much
- simplified, now only consults the map for existance of the key and
- returns success if key is found
- (autofs_mount_2_req): request symlinks if CFM_AUTOFS_USE_LOFS is
- not on;
- (autofs_mount_2_free): implemented
- (autofs_unmount_2_req): use get_exported_ap() instead of
- referencing export_ap directly
- (autofs_mount_succeeded): remove code for replying to lookup
- requests, now only mount requests can end up here
- (autofs_mount_failed): ditto
-
- * conf/autofs/autofs_solaris_v1.h (AUTOFS_HOST_FS_FLAGS): removed
- FS_AUTOFS
- (AUTOFS_DIRECT_FS_FLAGS): added FS_DIRECTORY
-
- * conf/autofs/autofs_solaris_v2_v3.h (AUTOFS_HOST_FS_FLAGS): removed
- FS_AUTOFS
- (AUTOFS_DIRECT_FS_FLAGS): added FS_DIRECTORY
- (AUTOFS_LINK_FS_FLAGS): added FS_MBACKGROUND
-
- * conf/autofs/autofs_linux.c (autofs_bind_umount): new function,
- factored out of autofs_umount_fs()
- (autofs_mount_fs): renamed from autofs_link_mount() and expanded
- to deal with filesystems mounted indirectly (via lofs/bind
- mounts) on autofs and to observe the new CFM_AUTOFS_USE_LOFS flag
- (autofs_umount_fs): ditto, from autofs_link_umount()
-
- * conf/autofs/autofs_solaris_v1.c (autofs_mount_fs): ditto
- * (autofs_umount_fs): ditto
-
- * conf/autofs/autofs_solaris_v2_v3.c (autofs_mount_fs): ditto
- * (autofs_umount_fs): ditto
-
- * amd/opts.c: made fs_static static
-
- * amd/ops_nfs.c: made nfs_init, nfs_match, nfs_mount, nfs_umount
- and nfs_umounted static
- (mount_nfs_fh): removed unnecessary arguments
-
- * amd/ops_cachefs.c (cachefs_ops): use amfs_generic_find_srvr for
- the ffserver method, because using NULL causes problems
-
- * amd/ops_cdfs.c (cdfs_ops): ditto
-
- * amd/ops_efs.c (efs_ops): ditto
-
- * amd/ops_lofs.c (lofs_ops): ditto
-
- * amd/ops_pcfs.c (pcfs_ops): ditto
-
- * amd/ops_ufs.c (ufs_ops): ditto
-
- * amd/ops_xfs.c (xfs_ops): ditto
-
- * amd/nfs_subr.c (fh_to_mp3, fh_to_mp, mp_to_fh): moved here from
- map.c
-
- * amd/nfs_start.c: use get_exported_ap() instead of referencing
- exported_ap directly
-
- * amd/mntfs.c (locate_mntfs): new function, factored out of
- find_mntfs
- (locate_mntfs): special-case FS_DIRECT filesystems: for direct
- mounts we will have two filesystems mounted on the same m/p
- (realloc_mntfs): removed the old EZK hack for failovers
-
- * amd/map.c (get_exported_ap): new function that returns an
- exported_ap member by its index
- (root_node,exported_ap,exported_ap_size,first_free_map,last_used_map):
- made static
- (fh_to_mp3, fh_to_mp, mp_to_fh): moved to nfs_subr.c
- (get_root_ap): removed unused second argument
- (unmount_mp): moved the mk_fattr(NFDIR) here from umount_exported
- to catch more cases
- (mount_node): call autofs_mount_fs after ops->mount_fs for autofs
- nodes
- (unmount_node): call autofs_umount_fs before ops->umount_fs for
- autofs nodes
-
- * amd/conf.c: new global option "autofs_use_lofs", takes yes/no
- values
-
- * amd/autil.c (amfs_mount): take an extra argument (mf)
- (amfs_mount): call autofs_compute_mount_flags() for mounts
- directly on autofs m/p
- (am_unmounted): document and avoid the race between am_umounted()
- at shutdown time and amfs_cont()
-
- * amd/amfs_union.c (amfs_union_mounted): use get_exported_ap()
- instead of referencing internal map variables directly
-
- * amd/amq_subr.c (amqproc_export_1_svc): ditto
-
- * amd/amfs_toplvl.c (amfs_toplvl_ops): removed FS_AUTOFS from
- nfs_fs_flags
- (amfs_toplvl_mount): pass extra argument (mf) to amfs_mount()
- (amfs_toplvl_umount): refuse to attempt the unmount if the
- mountpoint is not a directory
-
- * amd/amfs_nfsx.c (amfs_nfsx_init): propagate the MFF_ON_AUTOFS
- flag into the nfs f/s at the bottom of the stack
-
- * amd/amfs_nfsl.c: call nfs and link member functions through
- their respective am_ops structures, not directly
-
- * amd/amfs_linkx.c (amfs_linkx_umount): new static stub
-
- * amd/amfs_link.c: made amfs_link_mount() and amfs_link_umount()
- static functions
- (amfs_link_mount): removed call to autofs_link_mount()
- (amfs_link_umount): removed call to autofs_link_umount()
-
- * amd/amfs_host.c (amfs_host_ops): removed FS_AUTOFS from
- nfs_fs_flags
- (do_mount): removed superfluous function arguments
-
- * amd/amfs_direct.c (amfs_direct_ops): removed FS_AUTOFS from
- nfs_fs_flags
-
- * amd/amfs_auto.c (amfs_auto_ops): removed FS_AUTOFS from
- nfs_fs_flags
- (amfs_auto_mount): pass extra argument (mf) to amfs_mount
-
- * amd/amd.h (CFM_AUTOFS_USE_LOFS): new flag, tells amd whether to
- use lofs-mounts or symlinks when mounting on autofs
- (CFM_DEFAULT_FLAGS): added CFM_AUTOFS_USE_LOFS
- (VLOOK_LOOKUP): new flag, will merely check if a key exists
- (MFF_IS_AUTOFS): renamed from MFF_AUTOFS
- (MFF_ON_AUTOFS): new flag, tells amd if a f/s is mounted directly
- on an autofs m/p, or indirectly via a lofs mount/symlink
- (fh_to_mp2): macro expanded throughout the code and removed
- (mntfs): removed mf_real_mount hack
- (autofs_mount_fs): renamed from autofs_link_mount
- (autofs_umount_fs): renamed from autofs_link_umount
- (mount_lofs): exposed
- various other cleanups, functions/variables made static and removed
-
- * aux_conf.h.in: removed @am_utils_autofs_style@, it is now
- included directly as amu_autofs_prot.h
-
-2003-07-24 Erez Zadok <ezk@whitestar.dyn.optonline.net>
-
- * doc/am-utils.texi, scripts/amd.conf.5: document that
- use_tcpwrappers is "yes" by default.
-
- * amd/amd.c (init_global_options): set default global options.
-
- * amd/amd.h (CFM_DEFAULT_FLAGS): define default options which
- are always on (plock and use_tcpwrappers).
-
- * scripts/amd.conf-sample: reorganize values per option so default
- one is listed first.
-
-2003-07-23 Erez Zadok <ezk@filer.fsl.cs.sunysb.edu>
-
- * tasks: trim old stuff. Discuss new parser.
-
- * amd/conf.c (set_conf_kv): initialize the very first map in conf
- file from global defaults. Bug fix which was introduced after
- conf.c code restructuring.
-
-2003-07-18 Erez Zadok <ezk@filer.fsl.cs.sunysb.edu>
-
- * m4/macros/header_templates.m4: template for
- HAVE_EXTERN_HOSTS_CTL.
-
- * include/am_defs.h: define extern for hosts_ctl() if needed.
-
- * configure.in (AMU_CHECK_EXTERNS): check for extern definition
- for libwrap's hosts_ctl() (FreeBSD 5.0 doesn't have it).
-
- * m4/macros/check_extern.m4: include tcpd.h if it and libwrap exist.
-
-2003-07-18 Erez Zadok <ezk@cs.sunysb.edu>
-
- * hlfsd/hlfsd.h: redundant extern for mboxfile removed.
-
- * amd/amq_svc.c (amq_program_1): only check for tcpwrappers if
- amd.conf global option use_tcpwrappers=yes.
-
- * scripts/amd.conf.5, scripts/amd.conf-sample (use_tcpwrappers),
- doc/am-utils.texi (use_tcpwrappers Parameter): document new
- amd.conf global option.
-
- * amd/conf.c (gopt_use_tcpwrappers): define a new amd.conf global
- option called use_tcpwrappers ("no" by default).
-
- * amd/amq_svc.c (amqsvc_is_client_allowed): include tcpd/libwrap
- code only if both libwrap and tcpd.h exist.
- (amq_program_1): log warning when an Amq service client is denied,
- and a debug message when a client is allowed.
-
- * amd/amd.h (CFM_USE_TCPWRAPPERS): define [global] amd.conf flag.
- (AMD_SERVICE_NAME): define AMD_SERVICE_NAME for tcpd/libwrap.
-
- * include/am_defs.h: include tcpd.h if available and libwrap
- available.
-
- * configure.in: check for tcpd.h.
-
-2003-07-18 Erez Zadok <ezk@filer.fsl.cs.sunysb.edu>
-
- * scripts/expn.1, amd/amd.8 amq/amq.8, fixmount/fixmount.8,
- hlfsd/hlfsd.8, scripts/expn.1: remove ".PD 0" nroff command
- because it removes useful spaces in between paragraphs. Based on
- smaller patch from Philippe Troin <phil@fifi.org>.
-
-2003-07-17 Philippe Troin <phil@fifi.org>
-
- * amq/amq.8: Document the libwrap/amd behavior.
-
- * amd/amq_svc.c (libwrap_check_client): New function to validate
- an amq connection with libwrap.
- (amq_program_1): Call libwrap_check_client() and close the
- connection if libwrap does not allow it.
-
- * configure.in: Check for the tcp wrappers library.
-
-2003-07-17 Erez Zadok <ezk@filer.fsl.cs.sunysb.edu>
-
- * amd/amq_subr.c (amqproc_mnttree_1_svc, amqproc_stats_1_svc,
- amqproc_getmntfs_1_svc, xdr_amq_mount_tree), hlfsd/hlfsd.c
- (hlfsd_init): cast pointers to void* before casting them to
- another type, to avoid gcc-3.3 -Wall warnings.
-
- * fsinfo/*.[hc]: rename fsinfo function log() to fsi_log(), to
- avoid conflict with builtin function in gcc-3.3.
-
-2003-07-17 Rainer Orth <ro@TechFak.Uni-Bielefeld.DE>
-
- * scripts/amd.conf-sample: Remove obsolete comment.
-
-2003-07-16 Erez Zadok <ezk@cs.sunysb.edu>
-
- * amd/info_file.c (read_line): check for errors from fgets().
- Although rare, they can occur upon disk or network failures.
- Patch from Nick Williams <Nick.Williams@morganstanley.com>.
-
-2003-07-16 Rainer Orth <ro@TechFak.Uni-Bielefeld.DE>
-
- * BUGS (Solaris 8): Update patch revisions, mention old autofs
- patches, fix filenames and rpcgen command.
-
-2003-07-15 Erez Zadok <ezk@agora.fsl.cs.sunysb.edu>
-
- * doc/am-utils.texi (map_defaults Parameter): document new
- map_defaults option.
-
- * scripts/amd.conf.5: document new map_defaults option.
-
- * scripts/amd.conf-sample (map_type): show examples of new
- map_defaults option.
-
- * amd/mapc.c (mapc_create): initialize mnt_map->cfm field to NULL.
-
- * amd/get_args.c (get_args): call process_all_regular_maps().
-
- * amd/conf.c: keep head and tail of cfm list.
- (init_cf_map): reworked reset_cf_map. This one doesn't reset a
- globaly reused cfm, but rather just inherits [global] options.
- (set_conf_kv): just store global/map options without actually
- creating any mnt_map's. Essentially, we now parse the whole
- amd.conf file, and then try to process the maps one at a time.
- (process_one_regular_map): new function to process one map, just
- renamed from process_regular_map.
- (process_all_regular_maps): new exported function to process all
- maps. No need for hacky process_last_map().
- (find_cf_map): new exported function to return a cf_map_t given a
- map's mount point (e.g., /home or /net).
-
- * amd/amfs_generic.c (amfs_parse_defaults): find if amd.conf
- specificed a map_defaults for a given map. If so, use that
- instead of the /defaults that came from the map itself. Also
- restructure code a bit so it's not one huge long "if" statement.
-
- HACK ALERT: there's no easy way to find out what the map mount
- point is at this point, so I am forced to initialize the
- mnt_map->cfm field here for the first time, upon the very first
- search for a /defaults entry in this map. This initialization is
- much better done in mapc_create(), but it's impossible to do that
- there with the current code structure.
-
- * amd/amd.h: struct cf_map becomes linked list. struct mnt_map
- includes pointer to cf_map_t, amd.conf defaults and options for a
- given map. extern cleanups.
-
-2003-07-15 Erez Zadok <ezk@filer.fsl.cs.sunysb.edu>
-
- * amd/info_hesiod.c (hesiod_search): It's not possible to have a
- key such as ".access" in a hesiod map as that would imply a null
- node in the DNS tree. So a lookup for such a key must clearly
- fail. With the current info_hesiod.c it does (after calling
- hes{,iod}_resolve) but returns an error that confuses some
- programs - eg. apache. This patch shortcuts the process and just
- returns ENOENT for any key starting with ".". Patch submitted by
- by Mark Davies <mark@mcs.vuw.ac.nz>.
-
- * include/am_utils.h (CALLOC): redefine macro to use xzalloc, not
- fsinfo's own xcalloc.
-
- * fsinfo/fsi_util.c (xcalloc): remove redundant function.
-
-2003-07-14 Erez Zadok <ezk@cs.sunysb.edu>
-
- * include/am_compat.h (MNTTAB_OPT_XLATECOOKIE): The NetBSD
- xlatecookie NFS option doesn't work as MNTTAB_OPT_XLATECOOKIE is
- never defined. Define it as needed. Patch from Mark Davies
- <mark@mcs.vuw.ac.nz>.
-
-2003-07-14 Ion Badulescu <lionut@gonzales.badula.org>
-
- * BUGS (Note): document the Solaris 8 bug (the upgrade to autofs
- v4 without updating all the header files)
-
-2003-07-13 Ion Badulescu <lionut@gonzales.badula.org>
-
- * NEWS, tasks: updated
-
- * amd/amfs_generic.c (free_continuation): free _all_ mntfs's in
- the am_mfarray, unconditionally
- (amfs_bgmount): call free_mntfs when we're done with a mntfs, call
- dup_mntfs when starting processing of a new one; make sure we
- always go through 'goto failed' for a failed mntfs; use the error
- code returned by autofs_get_fh()
-
- * conf/autofs/autofs_linux.c (autofs_get_fh): return proper error
- codes in case of problems
-
-2003-07-13 Erez Zadok <ezk@filer.fsl.cs.sunysb.edu>
-
- * BUGS: Document buggy behavior of Solaris /usr/ccs/bin/lex. In
- short, use flex.
-
-2003-07-13 Erez Zadok <ezk@a-hpux11.fsl.cs.sunysb.edu>
-
- * fsinfo/fsi_lex.l, amd/conf_tok.l: allocate more output slots so
- lex scanners don't run out of mem.
-
-2003-07-13 Ion Badulescu <lionut@gonzales.badula.org>
-
- * amd/amfs_generic.c (amfs_lookup_mntfs): ditto as below for the
- special provision
-
- * amd/mntfs.c (find_mntfs): compare the filesystem type
- (i.e. mf_ops) in addition to mf_info; the special provision
- mentioned below is really for any filesystem already mounted on
- our mount point, not just for inherited filesystems
-
-2003-07-13 Erez Zadok <ezk@whitestar.dyn.optonline.net>
-
- * doc/Makefile.am (install-html): build per-chapter HTML manual,
- as well as manual in one big HTML file.
-
- * doc/am-utils.texi: Minor corrections. Ack Ion's autofs work.
- Ack maintainers. New section on How to get additionl info,
- including the Amd book. Correct stale URLs and Emails.
-
- * amd/amd.8, amq/amq.8, amq/pawd.1, fixmount/fixmount.8,
- fsinfo/fsinfo.8, hlfsd/hlfsd.8, mk-amd-map/mk-amd-map.8,
- scripts/amd.conf.5, scripts/automount2amd.8,
- wire-test/wire-test.8: include references to info pages, proper
- authors, am-utils Web page, and amd book.
-
-2003-07-13 Ion Badulescu <lionut@gonzales.badula.org>
-
- * amd/mntfs.c (find_mntfs): re-add the check for mf_info, but with
- a special provision for inherited filesystems. This unbreaks the
- handling of parallel mounts
-
- * amd/amfs_generic.c (amfs_lookup_mntfs): for restarted
- filesystems, there can be no alternative mntfs to try to mount
-
-2003-07-13 Erez Zadok <ezk@cs.sunysb.edu>
-
- * amd/amd.8: reference am-utils info page in amd man page, as per
- Thomas Klausner <wiz@danbala.ifoer.tuwien.ac.at>.
-
- * fsinfo/fsinfo.h, fsinfo/fsinfo.c (fsi_get_args): don't use
- yywrap() if it doesn't exist.
-
- * amd/conf_parse.y, amd/conf_tok.l, fsinfo/fsi_gram.y,
- fsinfo/fsi_lex.l: fixes to support old flex 2.5.4, as well as the
- newer flex 2.5.31 (beta development). These include resolving
- conflicts with yylineno, unput() vs. nounput(), etc.
-
-2003-07-13 Ion Badulescu <lionut@gonzales.badula.org>
-
- * amd/amfs_generic.c (amfs_cont): check for (am_error > 0) before
- calling assign_error_mntfs()
- (amfs_generic_mount_child): ditto
-
- * amd/autil.c (assign_error_mntfs): move the check for
- (am_error > 0) up into the caller, it's less confusing that way
-
- * tasks: some updates
-
- * conf/transp/transp_tli.c (check_pmap_up): new function which
- detects if the remote portmapper is functional
- (amu_clnt_create_best_version): removed
- (get_nfs_version): use a much simplified version of the old
- amu_clnt_create_best_version(), based on clnt_create_vers() and
- its _timed() counterpart
-
- * conf/transp/transp_sockets.c (check_pmap_up): new function which
- detects if the remote portmapper is functional
- (pmap_ping): deleted
- (get_nfs_version): removed calls to pmap_ping, already done by
- caller
-
- * amd/srvr_nfs.c: call check_pmap_up() before continuing with
- get_nfs_version()
-
- * amd/amfs_generic.c: updated a couple of log messages
-
- * configure.in: detect clnt_create_vers and clnt_create_vers_timed;
- changed LIBTOOL versioning to 3:0:0
-
-2003-07-12 Ion Badulescu <lionut@gonzales.badula.org>
-
- * conf/autofs/autofs_linux.h (AUTOFS_HOST_FS_FLAGS): removed
- FS_AUTOFS because the host mount cannot be a top level mount
- (AUTOFS_DIRECT_FS_FLAGS): removed FS_AUTOFS because Linux autofs
- doesn't support direct mounts
-
-2003-07-12 Erez Zadok <ezk@whitestar.dyn.optonline.net>
-
- * amd/conf_parse.y, amd/conf_tok.l: pretty comments on # cpp
- macros.
-
-2003-07-10 Ion Badulescu <ionut@buggy.badula.org>
-
- * include/am_utils.h (dlog): improved version for gcc, using
- vararg macros
-
- * amd/rpc_fwd.c (fwd_packet): unused variable when compiling
- without debugging
-
-2003-07-10 Erez Zadok <ezk@filer.fsl.cs.sunysb.edu>
-
- * include/am_utils.h (dlog): change the #define of non-debugging
- dlog to "nothing" so that all that'll be left behind is a list of
- args in parenthesis (arg,arg,...). GCC and other native C
- compilers seem OK with it, even if it doesn't optimize away the
- whole debugging line.
-
- * ltmain.sh: was from libtool 1.4.2. updated to libtool 1.4.3,
- the latest on RH9 systems (but is not the latest libtool
- available). Stay with stable version in preparation for 6.1
- release.
-
- * config.{guess,sub}, doc/texinfo.tex: update to latest off of
- ftp.gnu.org.
-
-2003-07-09 Erez Zadok <ezk@filer.fsl.cs.sunysb.edu>
-
- * amd/amfs_inherit.c (amfs_inherit_inherit): don't use // C++
- style comments: breaks non-C++ compilers (like AIX xlC 6)
-
-2003-07-02 Ion Badulescu <ionut@buggy.badula.org>
-
- * doc/am-utils.texi (opts Option): document ignore_portmapper option
-
- * conf/transp/transp_sockets.c (get_nfs_version): better
- protocol/version cycling while probing remote server; better log
- messages
-
- * amd/srvr_nfs.c (start_ping): improved log message
- (find_nfs_srvr): always use requested nfs_version/nfs_proto; make
- sure we have a valid NFS port; start the server as "valid, down" if
- the remote portmapper tells us the NFS service is not running;
- implement the "ignore_portmapper" pseudo-mount option
-
- * amd/rpc_fwd.c (fwd_packet): better debug messages
-
- * amd/ops_nfs.c (got_nfs_fh): log a messages if a root fh is
- denied; call wakeup even if mountd call fails
-
- * amd/amq_subr.c (xdr_amq_mount_info_qelem): use FSRV_ISUP/ISDOWN
- instead of checking the flags directly
- * amd/srvr_amfs_auto.c (free_srvr): ditto
-
- * amd/amfs_generic.c (amfs_bgmount): refined some error/debug
- messages
-
- * amd/amd.h (FSRV_ERROR): new macro
- (FSRV_ISDOWN, FSRV_ISUP): a server that doesn't exist (i.e. it's a
- local filesystem) is always up
-
-2003-06-30 Erez Zadok <ezk@cs.sunysb.edu>
-
- * amd/autil.c (am_mounted): set AMF_NOTIMEOUT if either unmount or
- umount options are present.
-
- * doc/am-utils.texi (Program Filesystem): document alias options
- to unmount:=, umount:=.
-
- * amd/opts.c (expansions): initialize opt_umount.
- (to_free): initialize opt_umount.
-
- * amd/amfs_program.c (amfs_program_match): ensure that only one of
- umount:= or unmount:= options are specified, but that at least one
- of them is listed.
-
- * amd/amd.h: support unmount:=XXX as well as umount:=XXX (too
- annoying in type:program, when one forgets the 'n' in "unmount").
- They are two separate fields, so we can catch mistakes when
- someone tries to define both options.
-
- * doc/am-utils.texi (Program Filesystem): explain that both mount
- and unmount options must be specified. Correct example to show
- both.
-
-2003-06-25 Erez Zadok <ezk@cs.sunysb.edu>
-
- * XXX: beginning of new amd.conf option map_defaults: will parse
- the option and set remember it in the right places. Need to
- document this and actually hook it up with the rest of the code.
- Any volunteers? :-)
-
- * scripts/amd.conf-sample (map_defaults): example of map_defaults
- amd.conf option.
-
- * amd/conf.c (reset_cf_map): initialize global and per-mount
- map_defaults.
- (gopt_map_defaults): parse global map_defaults.
- (process_regular_option,ropt_map_defaults): parse per-map
- map_defaults amd.conf option.
-
- * amd/amd.h: a place to store global and per-mount map_defaults.
-
- * BUGS: more notes about AIX 5.2 problems and how to overcome
- them.
-
-2003-06-10 Erez Zadok <ezk@cs.sunysb.edu>
-
- * doc/Makefile.am: force version.texi to be rebuilt regardless of
- maintainer mode. Silly Automake will not build version.texi if
- maintainer mode is off (this is hardcoded into the automake perl
- script!). According to the Automake maintainers, users should
- always build in CVS trees with maintainer-mode on; but what if I
- don't want to?! I don't want to distribute Makefiles with
- maintained rules in them to users. The Automake maintainers also
- say that "make dist" will rebuild version.texi no matter what. I
- find that not to be the case. It failed to run a "make" before
- "make dist" because version.texi doesn't exist! Chicken and Egg
- situation. So, until Automake deals with version.texi in a more
- flexible and friendly manner, I adapted a rule to build
- version.texi and inserted it in this Makefile.am.
-
-2003-06-09 Erez Zadok <ezk@agora.fsl.cs.sunysb.edu>
-
- * mk-amd-map/mk-amd-map.c (main): open temp db file using O_EXCL,
- next best thing to using mkstemp(). Patch from Hendrik Scholz
- <hscholz@raisdorf.net>.
-
-2003-05-08 Ion Badulescu <ion@guppy.limebrokerage.com>
-
- * libamu/mount_fs.c (compute_automounter_mount_flags): use
- MNT2_GEN_OPT_AUTOMNTFS if available; minor cleanup
-
- * m4/macros/header_templates.m4: added template for
- MNT2_GEN_OPT_AUTOMOUNTED
-
-2003-05-01 Ion Badulescu <ionut@nicu.badula.org>
-
- * amd/ops_xfs.c (mount_xfs): compile fix (s/genflags/flags/)
-
-2003-04-23 Erez Zadok <ezk@agora.fsl.cs.sunysb.edu>
-
- * conf/transp/transp_sockets.c (create_amq_service): minor cpp
- directive indentation and commenting.
-
-2003-04-22 Ion Badulescu <ionut@moisil.badula.org>
-
- * conf/transp/transp_sockets.c (create_amq_service): Ugly *BSD fix
- for an RPC library DoS issue (original patch from Martin Blapp,
- massaged into something more digestable by me)
-
-2003-04-14 Ion Badulescu <ionut@moisil.badula.org>
-
- * conf/autofs/autofs_solaris_v2_v3.c: removed autofs_free_data(),
- left over from the recent cleanup
-
-2003-04-13 Erez Zadok <ezk@agora.fsl.cs.sunysb.edu>
-
- * doc/Makefile.am (DVIPS): use proper options for dvips.
-
- * doc/am-utils.texi (opts Option): document new 'unmount' option,
- and better explain the 'nounmount' option. Also some misc options
- for better generation of html manual.
-
- * doc/Makefile.am (install-html): support newer texi2html 4.0
- options, as older options were renamed or changed behavior.
-
- * amd/autil.c (am_mounted): support new 'unmount' option, to allow
- all file system mounts to timeout and thus expire. This option is
- useful for removable local media such as CD-ROMs, USB drives,
- etc. so they can expire when not in use, and get unmounted (such
- drives can get work out when they keep spinning). Patch from
- Christos Zoulas <christos@zoulas.com> (originally from Koji
- Imada).
-
-2003-04-10 Erez Zadok <ezk@agora.fsl.cs.sunysb.edu>
-
- * configure.in: use AM_MAINTAINER_MODE, so maintainer-only rules
- do not get added to Makefiles by default (they are confusing to
- users who don't have autotools installed).
-
-2003-04-09 Ion Badulescu <ion@guppy.limebrokerage.com>
-
- * amd/mntfs.c (find_mntfs): revert the "change of philosophy" (see
- the 2001-05-23 entry) back to the 6.0 code
-
-2003-04-04 Erez Zadok <ezk@agora.fsl.cs.sunysb.edu>
-
- * libamu/xutil.c (switch_to_logfile): don't try to print logfile
- if it is null (strlen core dump on solaris). Bug report from John
- P. Rouillard <rouilj@ieee.org>.
-
-2003-03-31 Erez Zadok <ezk@agora.fsl.cs.sunysb.edu>
-
- * fsinfo/fsinfo.8: typo co-ordinate -> coordinate. Typo report
- from Perry E. Metzger" <perry@piermont.com>.
-
-2003-03-25 Erez Zadok <ezk@filer.fsl.cs.sunysb.edu>
-
- * include/am_defs.h: Don't include malloc.h if stdlib.h exists,
- because modern systems (e.g., BSD) complain if you use malloc.h
- instead of stdlib.h. Let's hope there are no systems out
- there that need both.
-
-2003-03-20 Erez Zadok <ezk@suse73.fsl.cs.sunysb.edu>
-
- * minor new port: sparc64-unknown-linux-suse7.3.
-
-2003-03-20 Erez Zadok <ezk@a-freebsd5.fsl.cs.sunysb.edu>
-
- * minor new port: i386-unknown-freebsd5.0.
-
- * configure.in: detect nfsclient/nfsargs.h.
-
- * conf/nfs_prot/nfs_prot_freebsd3.h: include
- <nfsclient/nfsargs.h>, needed in FreeBSD 5.0.
-
-2003-03-15 Erez Zadok <ezk@agora.fsl.cs.sunysb.edu>
-
- * amd/amd.8, amd/amd.8, fixmount/fixmount.8, hlfsd/hlfsd.8,
- scripts/amd.conf.5, scripts/expn.1: minor spell checking and
- extraneous space elimination.
-
-2003-03-07 Ion Badulescu <ionut@buggy.badula.org>
-
- * conf/autofs/autofs_linux.c (autofs_get_fh): don't leak file
- descriptors if limit exceeded
- (autofs_mounted): call autofs_get_mp(); init am_autofs_ttl
- (autofs_release_fh): release pending_mounts and pending_umounts
- queues
- (autofs_timeout_mp): update am_autofs_ttl instead of am_ttl
-
- * amd/mntfs.c (init_mntfs): delete initialization of removed
- mf_autofs_fh
- (uninit_mntfs): delete call to autofs_release_fh()
-
- * amd/map.c (init_map): init autofs_fh to 0, delete initialization
- of removed autofs_data
- (free_map): release autofs_fh after unmounting map; delete call to
- autofs_free_data()
- (umount_exported): call autofs_release_mp() prior to unmounting
- autofs f/s
- (unmount_mp): ditto
- (free_map_if_success): call autofs_get_mp() if unmounting fails
- (timeout_mp): use the dedicated am_autofs_ttl timeout for f/s-wide
- timeouts instead of the per-mountpoint am_ttl
-
- * amd/autil.c (am_unmounted): release autofs_fh after unmounting
- autofs f/s
-
- * amd/amfs_generic.c (amfs_cont): release autofs_fh if mounting
- autofs f/s fails;
- (amfs_bgmount): ditto
-
- * amd/amd.h: moved autofs_fh from mntfs to am_node, since it's
- more related to the mount point than to the f/s mounted;
- added am_autofs_ttl to am_node, for running expirations on entire
- filesystems
-
- * conf/autofs/autofs_*: autofs_get_fh() returns int instead of
- autofs_fh_t *; autofs_release_fh() now takes an am_node * parameter
- instead of autofs_fh_t *, in an effort to not deal with
- autofs-specific data structures outside autofs code;
- new methods autofs_get_mp() and autofs_release_mp(), which
- acquire/release autofs resources to allow clean unmount attempts;
- nuke autofs_data_t, never used
-
- * amd/amd.h: prototypes for new and changed autofs functions
-
-2003-03-07 Ion Badulescu <ion@guppy.limebrokerage.com>
-
- * amd/nfs_subr.c (do_readlink): eliminate third argument, never used
- (nfsproc_getattr_2_svc): reorganize the code a bit
-
- * amd/map.c (mk_fattr): take a nfsfattr * argument instead of an
- am_node * argument
-
- * amd/amd.h: changed prototype for mk_fattr()
-
- * amd/autil.c (am_unmounted): when remounting, use the parent
- node's lookup_child() and mount_child() operations, not the
- generic ones
-
- * amd/amfs_generic.c (amfs_cont): minor code optimization
-
-2003-03-06 Ion Badulescu <ion@guppy.limebrokerage.com>
-
- * amd/amfs_auto.c: lots of renames and code moving:
- amfs_auto_match() -> amfs_generic_match(), moved to generic;
- amfs_auto_mkcacheref() -> amfs_mkcacheref(), moved to autil.c;
- amfs_auto_mounted() -> amfs_generic_mounted(), moved to generic;
- amfs_auto_umount() -> amfs_generic_umount(), moved to generic;
- free_continuation(): moved to generic, made static;
- assign_error_mntfs(): moved to autil.c;
- amfs_auto_cont() -> amfs_cont(), moved to generic, made static;
- amfs_auto_retry() -> amfs_retry(), moved to generic, made static;
- try_mount() + mount_node() -> mount_node(), moved to map.c
- amfs_auto_bgmount() -> amfs_bgmount(), moved to generic;
- amfs_parse_defaults(): moved to generic;
- amfs_auto_lookup_node() -> amfs_lookup_node(), moved to generic;
- amfs_auto_lookup_one_mntfs() -> amfs_lookup_one_mntfs(), in generic;
- amfs_auto_lookup_mntfs() -> amfs_lookup_mntfs(), moved to generic;
- amfs_auto_mount_child() -> amfs_generic_mount_child(), in generic;
- amfs_auto_lookup_child() -> amfs_generic_lookup_child(), in generic;
- next_nonerror_node(): moved to autil.c;
- amfs_auto_readdir() -> amfs_generic_readdir(), moved to readdir;
- amfs_auto_readdir_browsable() -> amfs_readdir_browsable(), in readdir;
-
- * amd/amfs_toplvl.c: mount_amfs_toplvl() renamed to amfs_mount()
- and moved to autil.c
-
- * amd/readdir.c, amd/amfs_generic.c: new files with stuff ripped
- out of amd/amfs_auto.c
-
- * amd/amd.h: struct continuation moved to generic.c; prototypes
- for the renamed functions; NumChild renamed to NumChildren
-
- * amd/map.c: collaped unmount_node_wrap() and unmount_node() into
- the latter
-
- * amd/mapc.c: key_already_in_chain(): moved to readdir.c;
- make_entry_chain(): moved to readdir.c;
-
- * amd/srvr_amfs_auto.c: find_amfs_auto_srvr() renamed to
- amfs_generic_find_srvr()
-
- * amd/amfs_*.c: adjustments for the renames above
-
- * amd/ops_*.c: low-level filesystems don't need a find_server()
- method
-
- * amd/Makefile.am: added amfs_generic.c and readdir.c
-
- * doc/am-utils.texi: minor clarification for auto maps
-
-2003-03-06 Ion Badulescu <ion@guppy.limebrokerage.com>
-
- * amd/amd.h: moved lots and lots of amd-only stuff here, from
- include/am_utils.h; changed task_fun, cb_fun and fwd_fun typedefs
- to be function typedefs, not pointer to function typedefs
-
- * include/am_utils.h: see above
-
- * amd/ops_nfs.c, amd/rpc_fwd.c, amd/sched.c: adjustments for
- function typedef changes
-
-2003-03-05 Erez Zadok <ezk@cs.sunysb.edu>
-
- * BUGS: record IBM's patch number for the AIX 5.2 NFS over IPv6
- bug.
-
-2003-02-02 Erez Zadok <ezk@siamese.fsl.cs.sunysb.edu>
-
- * NEWS: minor new port: ia64-unknown-linux-rh2.1AS
-
-2003-01-31 Ion Badulescu <ion@console.limebrokerage.com>
-
- * m4/macros/os_cflags.m4: rhapsody and darwin are the same
-
- * amd/autil.c (mount_node): vastly simplified, just a wrapper now
-
- * amd/amfs_inherit.c (amfs_inherit_mount): remove the am_mounted()
- hack, we now do it properly in the generic code
-
- * amd/amfs_auto.c (amfs_auto_bgmount): get the autofs_fh _before_
- forking the child; set and reset MFF_MOUNTING here, not in
- mount_node(), because the latter might be running in child
- context; call am_mounted() after a successful foreground mount
-
-2003-01-29 Ion Badulescu <ionut@moisil.badula.org>
-
- * configure.in: new flag --with[out]-ndbm; don't pull in libldap
- if building --without-ldap; look for the gdbm/ndbm.h header; make
- explicit the dependency between the ndbm headers and libraries;
- define NEW_DBM_H as the ndbm header that should be used
-
- * include/am_defs.h: simply include NEW_DBM_H for ndbm stuff,
- instead of trying to second-guess configure
-
- * m4/macros/header_templates.m4: new template for NEW_DBM_H
-
- * m4/macros/check_map_funcs.m4:
- (ac_upcase_map_name): use the third argument correctly
-
- * ltmain.sh: working version from libtool-1.4.2-7
-
- * buildall: print the entire configure command, including extra
- arguments; pass each of the extra arguments separately, not
- commingled into one
-
-2003-01-28 Ion Badulescu <ion@guppy.limebrokerage.com>
-
- * include/am_utils.h (DEBUG_MNTTAB): define outside of #ifdef
- DEBUG; it is not used without DEBUG, but it is referenced at
- compile time. Bug report from John Kilburg <john@physics.unlv.edu>.
- (D_ALL): don't include D_XDRTRACE, too verbose and normally
- unnecessary
-
-2003-01-28 Erez Zadok <ezk@cs.sunysb.edu>
-
- * ltmain.sh, config.guess, config.sub, doc/texinfo.tex: updates
- from latest official GNU versions.
-
-2003-01-25 Erez Zadok <ezk@cs.sunysb.edu>
-
- * BUGS (Note): document AIX-5.1 NFS-client side bug (hangs in
- vmount).
-
-2003-01-25 Ion Badulescu <ionut@moisil.badula.org>
-
- * Released beta version 6.1b2
-
-2003-01-24 Ion Badulescu <ionut@moisil.badula.org>
-
- * amd/autil.c (am_unmounted): reset MFF_MKMNT from mf_flags when
- calling rmdirs() on mountpoint
-
- * amd/amfs_auto.c (amfs_auto_bgmount): ditto
-
- * amd/amfs_nfsl.c (amfs_nfsl_umounted): ditto
-
- * doc/am-utils.texi (opts Option): "sftlookup" -> "softlookup"
-
- * NEWS: "sftlookup" -> "softlookup"
-
- * amd/ops_nfs.c (nfs_mount): "sftlookup" -> "softlookup", also
- check for "nosoftlookup" in combination with "soft"
-
-2003-01-23 Ion Badulescu <ion@guppy.limebrokerage.com>
-
- * m4/macros/check_nfs_fh_dref.m4: darwin/rhapsody is another
- freebsd22 derivative
-
- * NEWS: updated for Darwin changes
-
- * .cvsignore: added A.i386-apple-darwin6.0
-
- * m4/macros/os_cflags.m4: add -D_P1003_1B_VISIBLE to cflags for
- Darwin
-
-2003-01-23 Erez Zadok <ezk@cs.sunysb.edu>
-
- * conf/mount/mount_aix.c (mount_aix3): clean back this file from
- all the debugging cruft that is no longer needed (and really was
- never needed in the first place).
-
-2003-01-10 Erez Zadok <ezk@cs.sunysb.edu>
-
- * scripts/test-amd.{misc,conf}: simple amd.conf and amd.misc
- (map) files for testing basic amd functionality such as whether it
- can mount its own mount NFS points.
-
-2002-12-28 Ion Badulescu <ionut@moisil.badula.org>
-
- * amd/srvr_nfs.c (start_nfs_pings): don't set FSF_PINGING if
- pings are disabled
-
- * libamu/xdr_func.c (xdr_ftype): use a local enum_t variable
- instead of casting the pointer to (enum_t *)
- (xdr_mountstat3): ditto
- (xdr_nfsstat): ditto
-
- * libamu/misc_rpc.c (make_rpc_packet): fix make_rpc_packet() on
- 64-bit big-endian platforms, bug report from Bill Fenner
- <fenner@research.att.com>
-
- * configure.in: increase library patchlevel
-
- * libamu/xutil.c (amu_release_controlling_tty): close and reopen
- file descriptors 0,1,2 before calling setsid()
-
-2002-12-27 Erez Zadok <ezk@cs.sunysb.edu>
-
- * updated copyright year to 2003 on all files
-
-2002-12-10 Erez Zadok <ezk@localhost.localdomain>
-
- * rename "aux/" subdir into "m4/" so as to avoid problems with
- MS-DOS systems (where "AUX" is a reserved name). This required
- fixing numerous files.
-
-2002-12-10 Erez Zadok <ezk@filer.fsl.cs.sunysb.edu>
-
- * configure.in: don't check for bad hasmntopt() function if
- hasmntopt() doesn't exist on the system, because we will replace
- it with our own version anyway.
-
- * conf/transp/transp_sockets.c (amu_get_myaddress): use "%lx" in
- dlog because htonl() returns a u_long.
-
-2002-12-10 Erez Zadok <ezk@localhost.localdomain>
-
- * include/am_defs.h: use system's hasmntopt() only if it is found
- and it is not buggy.
-
- * libamu/hasmntopt.c (nextmntopt): isspace() takes an int, not a
- char.
-
- * amd/am_ops.c, amd/amfs_auto.c, amd/autil.c, amd/nfs_subr.c,
- amd/ops_cdfs.c, amd/ops_nfs.c, amd/srvr_nfs.c, libamu/hasmntopt.c,
- libamu/mount_fs.c, libamu/mtab.c: rename all uses of hasmntopt()
- to amu_hasmntopt(). Don't use hasmntopt() directly any more!
-
- * aux/macros/func_bad_hasmntopt.m4: new M4 macro to test for a bad
- hasmntopt() function, which incorrectly finds the option "soft" in
- a string "hard,softlookup,ro".
-
- * libamu/hasmntopt.c (hasmntopt): use 'const' on two args to
- hasmntopt(), to match what most systems use.
-
- * aux/macros/header_templates.m4: template for HAVE_BAD_HASMNTOPT.
-
- * configure.in: invoke test for bad hasmntopt()
-
- * NEWS: minor new port, i386-pc-linux-rh8.0.
- Mention autofs-v4 on solaris9 works.
-
- * bootstrap: remove any autom4te-*.cache directories, now that
- autoconf uses a version number for them.
-
-2002-12-09 Ion Badulescu <ionut@moisil.badula.org>
-
- Patches from Christos Zoulas:
-
- -1- am_utils.h: add full prototypes
- -2- amfs_auto.c make functions static and add prototypes
- -3- map.c: kill double free
- -5- transp_sockets.c: add full prototypes
-
-2002-12-09 Ion Badulescu <ionut@moisil.badula.org>
-
- * NEWS: updated
-
- * doc/am-utils.texi (opts Option): document sftlookup
-
- * conf/autofs/autofs_solaris_v2_v3.c: compile fixes
-
-2002-11-22 Erez Zadok <ezk@filer.fsl.cs.sunysb.edu>
-
- * amd/info_ldap.c (amu_ldap_rebind): gopt.ldap_cache_seconds is
- %ld not %d.
-
-2002-11-21 Erez Zadok <ezk@agora.fsl.cs.sunysb.edu>
-
- * {amd,fsinfo}/Makefile.am: remove special rules for processing
- yacc/lex files, now that autoconf/automake properly handle them
- better (esp. now that bison 1.75 behaves differently than older
- bison versions).
-
-2002-11-21 Erez Zadok <ezk@cs.sunysb.edu>
-
- * config.guess.long: updated script so it will properly find the
- version number of the new Itanium 2 machines running "Red Hat
- Linux Advanced Workstation release 2.1AW (Derry)". The script now
- will report ia64-unknown-linux-rh2.1AW.
-
-2002-11-20 Ion Badulescu <ionut@moisil.badula.org>
-
- * amfs_auto_bgmount(): almost complete rewrite
-
- * fixed amfs_inherit to do the right thing and not dereference
- freed mntfs'es
-
- * #if 0'ed bogus code in fh_to_mp3() -- it is now done properly in
- amfs_autofs_lookup_child()
-
- * release the autofs_fh only in one place
-
- * remove the mountpoint only if mf_refc == 1
-
- * print the mntfs type in free_mntfs()
-
- * new pseudo-mount option 'sftlookup' which causes lookups to
- mounted shares from downed servers to return EIO; the default
- depends on whether the mount is 'hard' or 'soft'
-
- * improved querying of supported NFS versions on the server --
- don't even try if it's known to be down
-
- * solaris autofs mount code moved to transp_{sockets,tli}.c
-
- * incipient (non-functional) AIX autofs support
-
-2002-11-11 Ion Badulescu <ion@guppy.limebrokerage.com>
-
- * doc/am-utils.texi (Keep-alives): removed outdated info about not
- maintaining the state of TCP NFS servers
-
-2002-11-04 Ion Badulescu <ion@guppy.limebrokerage.com>
-
- * include/am_utils.h: prototype for ops_search()
-
- * amd/am_ops.c (ops_search): new function for searching the right
- set of ops for a given filesystem type
-
- * amd/restart.c (restart): cleanup and split into two functions in
- preparation for handling the restart of amd's own mount points
- (restart_fake_mntfs): new function, factored out from restart()
-
-2002-11-04 Ion Badulescu <ionut@buggy.badula.org>
-
- * amd/ops_cdfs.c (mount_cdfs): remove special code for loop device
- (cdfs_umount): ditto
-
- * conf/mount/mount_linux.c (mount_linux): factor it out to
- mount_linux_nfs() and mount_linux_nonfs()
- (mount_linux_nonfs): generalize loop device support to all
- filesystems (not just cdfs); make it automatic for anything that's
- a regular file
- (parse_opts): deprecate the explicit "loop" mount option
- (do_mount_linux): minor cleanup
-
- * conf/umount/umount_default.c (umount_fs2): release loop device
- on umount()
-
-2002-11-03 Erez Zadok <ezk@cnm20>
-
- * include/am_defs.h: moved #include of net/if.h above net/route.h,
- because on AIX 5.2 if.h is needed for route.h (let's hope it
- doesn't break things on other systems).
-
- * include/am_defs.h: AIX 5.2 needs struct sigevent from signal.h
- to be defined, but I don't want to move the inclusion of signal.h
- this early into this file. Luckily, amd doesn't need the size of
- this structure in any other structure that it uses. So we
- sidestep it for now.
-
- * conf/nfs_prot/nfs_prot_aix5_2.h: AIX 5.2 wants 'struct pathcnf',
- but I couldn't find its definition anywhere. Luckily, amd doesn't
- need the size of this structure in any other structure that it
- uses. So we sidestep it for now.
-
-2002-11-02 Erez Zadok <ezk@cs.sunysb.edu>
-
- * config.guess, config.sub, doc/texinfo.tex: updates from
- the latest GNU distributions (2002-09-05).
-
-2002-10-30 Erez Zadok <ezk@agora.fsl.cs.sunysb.edu>
-
- * conf/nfs_prot/nfs_prot_aix5_2.h: add more definitions from
- mount.h for NFSOPT_* and NFSMNT_*.
- Don't use typedefs that aren't found in system header files.
-
-2002-10-30 Erez Zadok <ezk@cs.sunysb.edu>
-
- * Makefile.am (EXTRA_DIST_CONF): distribute nfs_prot_aix5_2.h.
-
- * conf/nfs_prot/nfs_prot_aix5_2.h: new file.
-
- * aux/macros/struct_nfs_args.m4 (ac_cv_have_struct_nfs_args): look
- for "struct aux52_nfs_args".
-
- * aux/macros/check_nfs_prot_headers.m4: define new header file for
- AIX 5.2.
-
-2002-10-21 Erez Zadok <ezk@agora.fsl.cs.sunysb.edu>
-
- * scripts/amd.conf.5 (ldap_proto_version): document in amd.conf
- man page.
-
- * scripts/amd.conf-sample (ldap_proto_version): show example of use
-
- * doc/am-utils.texi (ldap_proto_version Parameter): document new
- amd.conf option.
-
- * amd/conf.c (gopt_ldap_proto_version): new conf function to
- support ldap_proto_version amd.conf parameter.
-
- * amd/amd.h: field to hold LDAP protocol version.
-
- * amd/amd.c (init_global_options): set default for
- ldap_proto_version. ldap_proto_version patch from George Ross
- <gdmr@dcs.ed.ac.uk> and Tim Colles <timc@inf.ed.ac.uk>.
-
- * amd/info_ldap.c (amu_ldap_unbind): ignore SIGPIPE errors while
- unbinding from an LDAP server that may have been restarted. Fix
- from George Ross <gdmr@dcs.ed.ac.uk>.
-
-2002-09-17 Ion Badulescu <ion@guppy.limebrokerage.com>
-
- * remove all autoconf stuff added for sys_nerr
-
- * amq/amq.c, libamu/xutil.c, hlfsd/hlfsd.c: always use strerror
-
- * libamu/strerror.c: more explicit text for unknown errno's
-
-2002-10-01 Erez Zadok <ezk@cs.sunysb.edu>
-
- * include/am_defs.h: define "extern int sys_err" if needed.
-
- * aux/macros/header_templates.m4: template for
- HAVE_EXTERN_SYS_NERR.
-
- * hlfsd/hlfsd.h, libamu/xutil.c (expand_error), amq/amq.c
- (show_mi): remove "extern int sys_err"
-
- * configure.in: execute test for "extern int sys_err"
-
- * Makefile.am (EXTRA_DIST_AUX): distribute new extern_sys_err.m4 file.
-
- * aux/macros/extern_sys_nerr.m4: new test to check for existence
- of "extern int sys_nerr" definition in system headers.
-
-2002-09-17 Ion Badulescu <ion@guppy.limebrokerage.com>
-
- * libamu/xutil.c (dbg_opt): bring comments in line with the code
-
- * hlfsd/hlfsd.c (main): use amuDebug() instead of touching
- debug_flags directly
-
- * amd/amd.c (main): don't init debug_flags, leave it as zero (no
- debugging by default)
-
-2002-09-11 Ion Badulescu <ion@guppy.limebrokerage.com>
-
- Debug code sanitization:
-
- - amuDebug() becomes an expression, and explicit if() statements
- are added around it throughout the code
- - amuDebugNo() goes away (ugh!)
- - D_AMQ, D_DAEMON and D_FORK reverse their meaning
- - D_ALL contains only options that don't affect amd's functionality
-
-2002-09-04 Ion Badulescu <ion@guppy.limebrokerage.com>
-
- * amd/amfs_auto.c (free_continuation): avoid double-free'ing the
- mntfs if there was an error/timeout
-
-2002-09-04 Ion Badulescu <ion@guppy.limebrokerage.com>
-
- * amd/amfs_auto.c (amfs_auto_lookup_mntfs): use ereturn() instead
- of "return NULL" to signal an error to the upper layers
- (amfs_auto_mount): use strdup so the string can be free'd later on
- [Debian bug report from Matt Chapman <matthewc@cse.unsw.edu.au>]
-
-2002-09-03 Ion Badulescu <ion@guppy.limebrokerage.com>
-
- Patches from George Ross <gdmr@dcs.ed.ac.uk>:
-
- * amd/amfs_auto.c (assign_error_mntfs): do not discard old mntfs,
- it will be done in free_continuation(); assorted debugging messages
-
- * amd/srvr_nfs.c (nfs_timed_out): allocate a new XID on server
- timeout to avoid problems with late ping replies
-
- * amd/mntfs.c (free_mntfs): sanity check for mf_refc; assorted
- debugging messages
-
- * amd/map.c (unmount_node): more verbose debug message
-
-2002-07-29 Ion Badulescu <ion@guppy.limebrokerage.com>
-
- * amd/amfs_auto.c (amfs_auto_lookup_mntfs): prevent deferencing
- de-allocated memory in str3cat
- (amfs_auto_lookup_mntfs): check for buffer overflow
-
-2002-07-11 Erez Zadok <ezk@agora.fsl.cs.sunysb.edu>
-
- * scripts/expn.{1,in}: fixed typos as reported by Thomas Klausner
- <wiz@danbala.ifoer.tuwien.ac.at>.
-
-2002-06-26 Erez Zadok <ezk@agora.fsl.cs.sunysb.edu>
-
- * doc/Makefile.am (install-html): don't use locally hacked
- texi2html features.
-
- * conf/transp/transp_sockets.c (amu_get_myaddress): Most modern
- systems should use 127.0.0.1 as the localhost address over which
- you can do NFS mounts. In the past we found that some NFS clients
- may not allow mounts from localhost. So we used get_myaddress()
- and that seemed to work. Alas, on some other systems,
- get_myaddress() may return one of the interface addresses at
- random, and thus use a less efficient IP address than 127.0.0.1.
- The solution is to hard-code 127.0.0.1, but still check if
- get_myaddress() returns a different value and warn about it.
-
- * doc/am-utils.texi: don't use ':' in @cindex entries.
-
-2002-06-25 Ion Badulescu <ion@guppy.limebrokerage.com>
-
- * Released beta version 6.1b1
-
-2002-06-24 Ion Badulescu <ionut@moisil.badula.org>
-
- * aux/macros/struct_nfs_args.m4: added test for aix51_nfs_args
-
- * conf/nfs_prot/nfs_prot_aix5_1.h: rename aix42_nfs_args to
- aix51_nfs_args, rename unknown fields to u<number>, add the
- unknown new field into the middle of the old 4.2 structure
-
-2002-06-24 Ion Badulescu <ion@guppy.limebrokerage.com>
-
- * include/am_compat.h: better test for struct netconfig
- (!HAVE_NETCONFIG_H && !HAVE_SYS_NETCONFIG_H)
-
- * aux/macros/check_nfs_prot_headers.m4: added new header for aix5.1+
-
- * buildall: fix 'buildall -b' on hpux9 and aix5.1
-
-2002-06-24 Ion Badulescu <ionut@buggy.badula.org>
-
- * INSTALL: updated
-
- * conf/autofs/autofs_solaris_v1.c (autofs_link_mount): compile fix
- (autofs_link_umount): ditto
-
- * amd/mntfs.c (init_mntfs): don't use autofs if !amd_use_autofs
-
-2002-06-23 Ion Badulescu <ionut@moisil.badula.org>
-
- * conf/autofs/autofs_linux.c: compile fixes for autofs v3
-
-2002-06-23 Ion Badulescu <ionut@moisil.badula.org>
-
- * conf/autofs/autofs_solaris_v2_v3.c (autofs_mounted): no
- expirations needed;
- (autofs_timeout_mp): likewise
-
- * conf/autofs/autofs_solaris_v1.c (autofs_mounted): no expirations
- needed;
- (autofs_timeout_mp): likewise
-
- * conf/autofs/autofs_linux.c (autofs_mounted): set the first
- expiration interval
-
- * amd/autil.c (am_mounted): call autofs_mounted here, instead of
- in mf_mounted()
-
- * amd/amd.h (NEVER): moved here from map.c
- (autofs_mounted): change argument from mntfs* to am_node*
-
-2002-06-23 Ion Badulescu <lionut@gonzales.badula.org>
-
- * conf/autofs/autofs_linux.c (autofs_mounted): set the kernel
- timeout on the autofs mountpoint to cache_duration (gopt.am_timeo)
- (autofs_timeout_mp): don't update the ttl if we're going down
-
- * amd/map.c (timeout_mp): don't call autofs_timeout_mp unless the
- timeout on that particular am_node has expired
-
- * conf/autofs/autofs_linux.c (autofs_timeout_mp): really update
- the ttl, as per the comment (compilers are not very good at
- translating comments into code...)
-
- * amd/amfs_auto.c (amfs_auto_lookup_one_mntfs): strdup am_path
- instead of opt_rfs into opt_fs for autofs, thus avoiding conflicts
- between link mounts pointing to the same target
-
-2002-06-23 Ion Badulescu <lionut@gonzales.badula.org>
-
- * conf/autofs/autofs_linux.c (send_fail, send_ready): new helper
- functions for sending messages back to the kernel
- (autofs_expire_one): initial implementation of the kernel-based
- expiration handler
- (autofs_handle_expire): call autofs_expire_one()
- (autofs_handle_expire_multi): ditto
- (autofs_umount_succeeded): search pending_umounts, send message
- back to the kernel
- (autofs_umount_failed): ditto
- (autofs_mount_succeeded): tell amd core not to expire autofs entries
- (autofs_timeout_mp): expiration function for autofs filesystems
- (autofs_timeout_mp_task): helper function for autofs_timeout_mp
-
- * conf/autofs/autofs_linux.h: new struct autofs_pending_umount for
- keeping tracking of pending umounts
- (autofs_fh_t) rename pending to pending_mounts, add pending_umounts
-
- * conf/autofs/autofs_solaris_v1.c (autofs_timeout_mp): stub
-
- * conf/autofs/autofs_solaris_v2_v3.c (autofs_timeout_mp): stub
-
- * amd/map.c (timeout_mp): call autofs_timeout_mp() for autofs
- filesystems
-
- * amd/autil.c (mf_mounted): move here the call autofs_mounted()
- from amfs_auto_mounted().
-
-2002-06-22 Erez Zadok <ezk@whitestar.dyn.optonline.net>
-
- * amd/nfs_start.c (mount_automounter): Security fix. if user sets
- -D noamq, don't even create listening socket. Suggestion by Ed
- Ravin <eravin@panix.com>.
-
-2002-06-22 Ion Badulescu <lionut@gonzales.badula.org>
-
- * hlfsd/homedir.c (homedir): use setgid() instead of setegid()
-
- * ALL: #ifdef cleanups, unify some TLI/socket function prototypes
-
-2002-06-22 Erez Zadok <ezk@whitestar.dyn.optonline.net>
-
- * conf/nfs_prot/nfs_prot_netbsd1_4.h: minor port to support
- na_gid and na_uid. NetBSD patch from Jun-ichiro itojun Hagino
- <itojun@iijlab.net>.
-
- * doc/am-utils.texi (Option): document xlatecookie mount option.
-
- * libamu/mount_fs.c (compute_nfs_args): support "xlatecookie"
- NFS mount option. Patch from Matthias Scheler <tron@zhadum.de>
- for NetBSD.
-
-2002-06-22 Ion Badulescu <ionut@edgar.badula.org>
-
- * conf/autofs/autofs_solaris_v1.h: add FS_MBACKGROUND to
- AUTOFS_LINK_FS_FLAGS
-
- * conf/autofs/autofs_solaris_v1.c: convert link mounts to lofs
- mounts in autofs_link_mount/umount
-
-2002-06-22 Ion Badulescu <lionut@gonzales.badula.org>
-
- * configure.in: check for devid inside struct umntrequest
-
- * conf/autofs/autofs_solaris_v2_v3.c (xdr_umntrequest): handle the
- new umntrequest structure in v4.
- (autofs_unmount_2_req): ditto
-
- * README.autofs: updated for Solaris 2.5/2.5.1
-
-2002-06-22 Erez Zadok <ezk@whitestar.dyn.optonline.net>
-
- * configure.in: only define LDAP/Hesiod if both the headers and
- the libraries exist, and the user didn't explicitly disable those
- maps.
-
-2002-06-22 Erez Zadok <ezk@agora.fsl.cs.sunysb.edu>
-
- * doc/am-utils.texi: fix typos. Can't use ":" in @cindex entries.
-
-2002-06-22 Erez Zadok <ezk@whitestar.dyn.optonline.net>
-
- * doc/am-utils.texi, scripts/amd.conf.5, scripts/amd.conf-sample,
- amd/amd.8, amd/get_args.c (get_args): document amd -A option.
-
- * amd/get_args.c (get_args): support "amd -A arg" option to
- override the system's detected architecture. Patch from George
- Ross <gdmr@dcs.ed.ac.uk>.
-
- * amd/info_ldap.c (amu_ldap_rebind): don't use ldap_enable_cache()
- if the system doesn't have it.
-
- * configure.in: detect existence of ldap_enable_cache function,
- because it doesn't exist on Solaris 9's latest ldap libraries.
-
- * amd/info_ldap.c: LDAP patches from George Ross
- <gdmr@dcs.ed.ac.uk>. Rework of old code, support for wildcards in
- LDAP queries, and an FD leak fix.
-
-2002-06-22 Ion Badulescu <lionut@gonzales.badula.org>
-
- * buildall: use ksh for configure on aix5.1; pass the extra
- arguments after "--" to configure, not to make
-
- * Makefile.am: added nfs_prot_aix4_3.h to EXTRA_DIST_CONF
-
- * conf/mount/mount_aix.c (mount_aix3): if the NFSv3 mount fails
- with EINVAL and we have MOUNT_TYPE_NFS3_BIS defined, retry the
- mount with the alternative nfs3_args structure
-
- * conf/nfs_prot/nfs_prot_aix4_3.h: added alternative nfs3_args
- structure, similar to that in aix5.1, for a hack that tries to
- compensate for IBM's brain fart
-
- * conf/nfs_prot/nfs_prot_aix5_1.h: new nfs_prot header for aix5.1+
-
- * aux/macros/check_nfs_prot_headers.m4: added new header for aix5.1+
-
- * BUGS: update for direct mounts on Linux; document the brokenness
- of /bin/sh on AIX 5.1 and HP-UX 9
-
- * NEWS: aix5.1 port, aix4.3 workaround
-
-2002-06-22 Erez Zadok <ezk@agora.fsl.cs.sunysb.edu>
-
- * ltmain.sh: use libtool 1.4d, needed support for newer AIX.
-
-2002-06-21 Ion Badulescu <ion@guppy.limebrokerage.com>
-
- * aux/macros/check_autofs_style.m4: enable autofs_v2_v3 for
- all solaris2.6+, not just for 2.[6-8]
-
- * conf/autofs/autofs_default.h: disable autofs if configure
- detects it
-
-2002-06-21 Erez Zadok <ezk@agora.fsl.cs.sunysb.edu>
-
- * aux/macros/with_addon.m4: correct M4 quoting.
-
- * aux/macros/cache_check_dynamic.m4: correct M4 quoting.
-
- * bootstrap: show version of autotools being used. Helps
- maintainer debugging.
-
- * configure.in: new proper syntax for libtool and
- ansi2knr-filtering rules, required by autoconf 1.53 and higher.
-
-2002-06-21 Erez Zadok <ezk@shekel.mcl.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- * aux/GNUmakefile: new search paths for "update" target.
-
- * config.guess, config.sub, doc/texinfo.tex, ltmain: updates from
- the latest GNU distributions.
-
-2002-06-11 Ion Badulescu <ion@guppy.limebrokerage.com>
-
- * amd/amfs_auto.c (amfs_auto_lookup_child): split part of this
- function into the new amfs_auto_lookup_one_child function; return
- null if all ivecs failed to match
-
-2002-05-30 Erez Zadok <ezk@agora.fsl.cs.sunysb.edu>
-
- * config.guess.long: support SuSE version names in long
- config.guess format.
-
-2002-05-01 Erez Zadok <ezk@shekel.mcl.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- * scripts/lostaltmail.in (vrfy_user): unlink temp files if too
- small.
-
-2002-04-07 Ion Badulescu <ionut@moisil.badula.org>
-
- * hlfsd/hlfsd.c (main): compile fix for --enable-debug=no
-
-2002-03-29 Ion Badulescu <ionut@moisil.badula.org>
-
- * README.autofs: solaris 2.5/2.5.1 info, other minor changes
-
- * doc/am-utils.texi (History): document solaris 2.5+ support
-
- * include/am_utils.h: new member in struct mntfs: mfs_real_mount;
- autofs_fs_flags becomes conditional of HAVE_AUTOFS_FS; new
- prototype for umount_fs2(); extra argument for UMOUNT_FS()
-
- * hlfsd/hlfsd.c: use the new mount_fs2() and UMOUNT_FS()
-
- * libamu/mount_fs.c (mount_fs): wrapper around the new mount_fs2()
- function; swap mntdir and real_mntdir as necessary for solaris 2.5
- autofs support
-
- * conf/umount/umount_default.c (umount_fs2): swap mntdir and
- real_mntdir as necessary for solaris 2.5 autofs support
-
- * conf/umount/umount_*.c (umount_fs): wrapper around the new
- umount_fs2() function
- (umount_fs2): new function which takes the real mountpoint as an
- extra argument
-
- * conf/nfs_prot/nfs_prot_sunos5_5.h: allow autofs support to be
- compiled in
-
- * conf/autofs/autofs_solaris_v1.h (autofs_strdup_space_hack): new
- function that appends a space at the end of a string (the famous
- "Autofs Space Protocol")
-
- * conf/autofs/autofs_solaris_v1.c: almost complete reimplementation
-
- * conf/autofs/autofs_*.h (AUTOFS_*_FS_FLAGS): add
- system-specific definitions for these macros
-
- * conf/autofs/autofs_linux.c (create_autofs_service): remove hacks
- which are now handled properly by more generic code
- (autofs_link_umount): complain if umount_fs() fails, rmdir the
- mountpoint on success
- (autofs_umount_succeeded): remove the rmdirs() code, now handled
- by generic code
- (autofs_mount_succeeded): ditto
-
- * amd/nfs_start.c (checkup): implement it as an emtpy stub if
- DEBUG is not defined
- (run_rpc): call autofs_add_fdset() after umount_exported() to
- avoid passing invalid file descriptors to select(); use plog()
- instead of perror()
-
- * amd/mntfs.c (init_mntfs): initialize mf_real_mount from mp
- (uninit_mntfs): free mf_real_mount
-
- * amd/autil.c (am_unmounted): don't remove the mount point if a
- remount is pending, also don't make the removal conditional on not
- being an autofs mount point
-
- * amd/amfs_nfsx.c (amfs_nfsx_remount): call mkdirs() on
- mf->mf_real_mount instead of mf->mf_mount
-
- * amd/amfs_nfsl.c, amd/amfs_nfsx.c: (amfs_nfsl_umounted): call
- rmdirs() on mf->mf_real_mount instead of mf->mf_mount
-
- * amd/amfs_host.c (make_mntpt): change the third argument to be
- the mountpoint, not the entire mntfs structure
- (do_mount): takes real_mntdir as an extra argument
-
- * amd/amfs_auto.c (amfs_auto_bgmount): move the creation of the
- mountpoint here from try_mount(), otherwise the change to mf_flags
- is lost for background mounts; remove the mountpoint if we created
- it and the mount fails
- (amfs_auto_lookup_mntfs): re-initialize mf->mf_real_mount using
- autofs_strdup_space_hack() if NEED_AUTOFS_SPACE_HACK is defined
-
- * amfs_*.c, ops_*.c: initialize autofs_fs_flags using the
- AUTOFS_*_FS_FLAGS macro defined in the system-specific autofs
- header; UMOUNT_FS() takes mf->mf_real_mount as an extra argument;
- mount_fs() becomes mount_fs2() and takes mf->mf_real_mount as an
- extra argument
-
- * amd/amd.h, amd/ops_nfs.c, amd/amfs_host.c: mount_nfs_fh takes
- the real mountpoint as an additional argument
-
-2002-03-28 Erez Zadok <ezk@agora.fsl.cs.sunysb.edu>
-
- * amd/ops_cdfs.c (mount_cdfs): correctly interpret error return
- values back from mount_fs(). Return correct error number from
- this function.
-
- * conf/mount/mount_linux.c (do_mount_linux): cleanup loop mount
- cruft from this function, moved elsewhere.
- (mount_linux): prepare for loop-device mounts of ISO images.
-
-2002-03-28 Ion Badulescu <ionut@buggy.badula.org>
-
- * libamu/Makefile.am (EXTRA_DIST): added strerror.c
-
- * libamu/strerror.c: strerror() implementation for systems lacking it
-
- * doc/am-utils.texi (History): rewrote the history :) about autofs
- support
-
- * conf/autofs/autofs_solaris_v2_v3.c: updated copyright;
- (autofs_unmount_2_req): minor cleanup
- (create_autofs_service): print log message
- (destroy_autofs_service): ditto
-
- * conf/autofs/autofs_linux.c: updated copyright
-
- * amd/nfs_start.c (mount_automounter): move the debug message into
- create_autofs_service()
-
- * amd/amd.c (main): call destroy_autofs_service() before
- going_down(), not after
-
- * configure.in: added strerror to AC_CHECK_FUNCS(); disable ldap
- if the ldap headers are not found
-
-2002-03-28 Erez Zadok <ezk@agora.fsl.cs.sunysb.edu>
-
- * amd/info_ldap.c: patch from "Sebastien Bahloul"
- <sebastien.bahloul@medasys.org> to fix a simple initialization bug
- and change "HE" to HE_ENT so as to compile on HPUX.
-
-2002-02-26 Erez Zadok <ezk@t3.fsl.cs.sunysb.edu>
-
- * conf/nfs_prot/nfs_prot_freebsd3.h (na_uid): freebsd4.5 uses nfs
- atttributes field named "uid". So #define na_uid to it.
-
-2002-02-12 Erez Zadok <ezk@agora.fsl.cs.sunysb.edu>
-
- * scripts/lostaltmail.in: don't verify user if -noverify option
- was turned on. fix comment typo.
-
-2002-02-11 Erez Zadok <ezk@agora.fsl.cs.sunysb.edu>
-
- * amd/Makefile.am (TESTS): enable one test script, test1.sh.
-
- * amd/test1.sh: re-commit simple test script.
-
-2002-02-11 Ion Badulescu <ion@guppy.limebrokerage.com>
-
- * Released snapshot 6.1a5
-
- * NEWS: Solaris autofs readdir() support, Linux autofs sublink fix
-
- * README: require newer auto-tools, update mailing list address
-
- * README.autofs: major update
-
- * configure.in: version changed to 6.1a5
-
-2002-02-11 Ion Badulescu <ionut@moisil.badula.org>
-
- * conf/autofs/autofs_linux.c (autofs_link_mount): don't do a
- stat() on the am_link if called from the parent amd, to prevent
- deadlocks
-
- * amd/autil.c (am_unmounted): call amfs_link_ops.umount_fs if the
- fstype is not link but we have a sublink (Linux autofs needs this)
- (am_mounted): call amfs_link_ops.mount_fs if the fstype is not
- link but we have a sublink (Linux autofs needs this)
-
- * amd/amfs_auto.c (amfs_auto_bgmount): print the real mountpoint,
- not the amd entry point
-
-2002-02-09 Ion Badulescu <ionut@moisil.badula.org>
-
- * conf/autofs/autofs_solaris_v2_v3.c (amd_rddirres): new custom
- structure for returning the results from readdir_2()
- (xdr_amd_putrddirres): renamed from xdr_autofs_putrddirres,
- changed to process our internal format (which is essentially the
- NFS readdir format)
- (xdr_autofs_getrddirres): not needed, deleted
- (xdr_amd_rddirres): renamed from xdr_autofs_rddirres, other
- changes to handle amd_rddirres instead of autofs_rddirres
- (autofs_lookup_2_req): return AUTOFS_NONE instead of
- AUTOFS_MOUNT_RQ, to prevent mount storms during ls -F
- (autofs_readdir_2_req): implemented
- (autofs_readdir_2_free): not needed, deleted
- (autofs_program_2): changes from autofs_rddirres to amd_rddirres
- (autofs_get_fh): changed initialization of the fh->map member, it
- now gets the mountpoint path because it makes it easier to
- implement readdir
- (autofs_release_fh): put #ifdef HAVE_AUTOFS_ARGS_T_ADDR around
- code touching fh->addr
- (destroy_autofs_service): new function, deregister the autofs
- service with the portmapper on exit
-
- * conf/autofs/autofs_linux.c (autofs_handle_missing): update
- statistics
- (destroy_autofs_service): new stub
-
- * amd/mapc.c (mapc_find): fixed indentation
-
- * amd/map.c (find_ap_recursive): renamed from find_ap2(), made
- static
-
- * amd/amd.h: removed prototype for find_ap2(), added prototype for
- destroy_autofs_service()
-
- * amd/amd.c (main): call destroy_autofs_service() before going
- down
-
-2002-02-07 Erez Zadok <ezk@shekel.mcl.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- * aux/macros/check_field.m4: need also a new version of
- AC_CHECK_MEMBERS (plural).
-
-2002-02-06 Erez Zadok <ezk@shekel.mcl.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- * aux/macros/check_field.m4: include a fixed version of
- AC_CHECK_MEMBER. g/cc will fail to check a member if the .member
- is itself a data structure, because you cannot compare, in C, a
- data structure against NULL; you can compare a native data type
- (int, char) or a pointer. Solution: do what I did in my original
- member checking macro: try to take the address of the member. You
- can always take the address of anything.
-
-2002-01-31 Erez Zadok <ezk@localhost.localdomain>
-
- * remove old '%W%' SCCS IDs from all sources.
-
-2002-01-21 Ion Badulescu <ionut@moisil.badula.org>
-
- * conf/mount/mount_linux.c (mount_linux): fix breakage introduced
- by the loop device mount support. Linux mount takes a real string
- as the last argument, unless the mount type is NFS, NCP, or SMB.
-
-2002-01-20 Erez Zadok <ezk@localhost.localdomain>
-
- * hlfsd/hlfsd.h (HLFSD_VERSION): up version of hlfsd to 1.2,
- because we made some important changes.
-
-2002-01-20 Ion Badulescu <lionut@gonzales.badula.org>
-
- * include/am_utils.h (D_ALL): do not include D_MTAB and D_HRTIME
- by default
-
- * NEWS: document latest changes
-
- * amd/map.c (unmount_mp): same fix as for hlfsd, update the
- seconds field in mtime because Linux ignores the useconds field
-
- * hlfsd/homedir.c: made some global vars static
- (plt_init): remove all trailing '/' chars from root's home;
- use root's home, not the username (silly bugfix)
-
-2002-01-20 Ion Badulescu <lionut@gonzales.badula.org>
-
- * hlfsd/homedir.c (homedir): don't special case uid 0 as having /
- as home; instead use the root account's home
- (plt_init): properly initialize root_home from the root account's
- home directory, or as "" if root doesn't exist
- (plt_reset): free root_home
-
-2002-01-20 Erez Zadok <ezk@localhost.localdomain>
-
- * hlfsd/stubs.c (nfsproc_{lookup,getattr}_2_svc): non-SYMTTL code.
- Increment seconds, not microseconds (which are ignored by NFS).
- Set symlink owner to euid.
-
- * hlfsd/homedir.c (homedir): pass gid to this function, so we can
- also change the effective GID of the process writing to the user's
- home dir, as well as the group of the hlfsd symlink.
- (homedir): run setegid in the right places.
-
-2002-01-15 Erez Zadok <ezk@agora.fsl.cs.sunysb.edu>
-
- * scripts/redhat-ctl-amd.in: refer to @sbindir@ not
- ${prefix}/sbin.
-
- * scripts/ctl-{amd,hlfsd}.in: refer to @sysconfdir@ not
- ${prefix}/etc. Bug report from "A Braunsdorf"
- <ab@eas.purdue.edu>.
-
-2002-01-13 Erez Zadok <ezk@localhost.localdomain>
-
- * configure.in: only check for clock_gettime if --enable-debug was
- used.
-
- * aux/macros/opt_debug.m4: define a cache variable to record value
- of debug option used.
-
- * libamu/xutil.c (show_time_host_and_name): do not use
- clock_gettime unless debugging was compiled in. This way, if
- debugging is not compiled, we don't bother linking with librt,
- libpthread, and a whole lot of other libraries that aren't that
- necessary (esp. on Linux).
-
-2002-01-12 Erez Zadok <ezk@wavy.dyn.optonline.net>
-
- * doc/am-utils.texi (opts Option): document loop option.
-
- * include/am_utils.h: each mounted file system (mntfs) should
- optionally store the loop device used in the field mf_loopdev.
-
- * conf/nfs_prot/nfs_prot_linux.h: define HAVE_LOOP_DEVICE and some
- loop function extern definitions. For now this code is here
- because we only support loop devices on Linux.
-
- * conf/mount/mount_linux.c: recognize "loop" as a valid iso9660
- mount option.
- (parse_opts): when skipping over unknown mount options, skip over
- "loop" (since it was given in amd map entry), but not over
- loop=/dev/loopX, because the latter will go into /etc/mtab.
- (do_mount_linux): override actual cdfs mounted device name
- because with loop devices you don't mount the .iso file directly,
- but the /dev/loopX device that was setup for it.
- (show_loop, is_loop_device, find_unused_loop_device,
- setup_loop_device, delete_loop_device): support code for loop
- devices.
-
- * amd/ops_cdfs.c (mount_cdfs): pass loop device name to function.
- setup loop device before isofs mount, if "loop" option was given,
- before actual mount(2).
- (cdfs_mount): pass loopdev name to mount_cdfs().
- (cdfs_umount): delete/unset loop device after a successful
- unmount, if a loop device was used.
-
- * amd/mntfs.c (init_mntfs): initialize mf_loopdev to NULL.
-
- * include/am_compat.h: If loop device (header file) exists, define
- mount table option MNTTTAB_OPT_LOOP.
-
- * conf/nfs_prot/nfs_prot_linux.h: hack: define HAVE_LOOP_DEVICE
- here until we have a better way to detect /dev/loop devices.
-
- * include/am_defs.h: include <linux/loop.h> if it exists. Define
- LARGEFILE support macros, possibly needed for loop devices.
- Redefine dev_t apropriately for loop devices.
-
- * configure.in: check for <linux/loop.h>.
-
-2002-01-10 Ion Badulescu <ion@guppy.limebrokerage.com>
-
- * conf/mount/mount_linux.c (mount_linux): tcp _must_ have a timeo
- parameter 2 orders of magnitude larger than udp (patch from Trond
- Myklebust)
-
-2002-01-09 Erez Zadok <ezk@localhost.localdomain>
-
- * aux/macros/linux_headers.m4: properly [quote] a long string in
- m4 and use AC_MSG_WARN.
-
- * ALL: put /* comments */ on #else/#endif lines everywhere.
-
- * configure.in, aux/macros/with_addon.m4: due to limitation of
- AC_HELP_STRING, pass 2nd arg to AMU_WITH_ADDON, listing name of
- package for help string.
-
- * doc/am-utils.texi (FSinfo): fixed various texinfo errors in the
- FSinfo section of the manual.
- (map_reload_interval Parameter): document new amd.conf global
- parameter.
-
- * scripts/amd.conf.5 document new global option
- map_reload_interval. Sort entries for nfs_vers and nfs_proto
- alphabetically.
-
- * amd/nfs_start.c (do_select): increment do_mapc_reload's value by
- global map_reload_interval value, not by fixed ONE_HOUR.
-
- * amd/amd.c (main): increment do_mapc_reload's value by global
- map_reload_interval value, not by fixed ONE_HOUR.
-
- * scripts/amd.conf-sample (map_reload_interval): usage example
-
- * amd/amd.c (init_global_options): initialize map_reload_interval
- to 3600 seconds.
-
- * amd/conf.c (gopt_map_reload_interval): support a new global
- amd.conf option map_reload_interval, to determine how often (in
- seconds) Amd should check if the map source has changed and then
- reload it it. This value was hard-coded to one hour, now it's the
- default if not otherwise specified.
-
- * doc/am-utils.texi (plock Parameter): document plock=yes option
- as using mlockall(2) if found.
-
- * scripts/amd.conf.5: document -S option as using mlockall(2) if
- found.
-
- * include/am_defs.h: include <sys/mman.h> if it exists.
-
- * configure.in: check for mlockall() function. Check for
- sys/mman.h.
-
- * amd/amd.c (main): support mlockall() on systems that have it and
- don't have plock(3) for plock=yes. On systems that have both,
- will try plock() first and then mlockall(), until one of them (if
- any) succeeds.
-
-2002-01-09 Erez Zadok <ezk@whitestar.dyn.optonline.net>
-
- * aux/macros/opt_debug.m4, opt_cppflags.m4, opt_amu_cflags.m4,
- with_addon.m4 (ac_upcase): fix help string formatting using
- AC_HELP_STRING.
-
- * amd/test1.sh: simple test script for "make check". Runs "amd
- -v".
-
- * amd/Makefile.am (TESTS): add one simple test script, running
- "amd -v" and checking its return value. More tests can be added.
-
- * aux/macros/linux_headers.m4: use AC_MSG_WARN directly.
-
- * aux/macros/*.m4: avoid the cumbersome "changequote" M4 command.
- Instead, list bracketed regexp patterns in [[double brackets]].
-
- * aux/macros/header_templates.m4: remove all unnecessary
- HAVE_FIELD_* definitions, now that we're using autoconf's new
- AC_CHECK_MEMBERS.
-
- * aux/macros/field_mntent_t_mnt_time_string.m4: don't call
-
- * configure.in: use new syntax for AMU_CHECK_FIELD
-
- * aux/macros/check_field.m4: use new and simpler macro
- AC_CHECK_MEMBERS. Change all sources to use HAVE_aggregate.member
- instead of HAVE_FIELD_aggregate.member.
-
- * aux/amdgrep: simple utility script to egrep the am-utils sources
- for any pattern.
-
- * aux/macros/{check_mnttab_style.m4, check_mount_style.m4,
- check_umount_style.m4, check_network_transport_type.m4}: use newer
- AC_LIBOBJ macros instead of modifying $LIBOBJS directly
-
- * aux/macros/func_bad_memcmp.m4: redefine to use native
- AC_FUNC_MEMCMP, and then define HAVE_BAD_MEMCMP as needed.
-
- * fsinfo/fsi_gram.y, amd/conf_parse.y: indent #pragma command so
- pre-ANSI C compilers will ignore it.
-
- * conf/autofs/autofs_linux.c (autofs_link_mount): call s/getpgrp()
- correctly depending on whether it takes a void or a 0.
-
- * configure.in: check if s/getpgrp() takes void or a 0.
-
-2002-01-08 Erez Zadok <ezk@whitestar.dyn.optonline.net>
-
- * configure.in: use the newer AC_CONFIG_LINKS instead of
- AC_LINK_FILES.
-
- * aux/macros/check_autofs_style.m4, check_checkmount_style.m4,
- check_mnttab_style.m4, check_mount_style.m4,
- check_network_transport_type.m4, check_umount_style.m4,
- check_nfs_prot_headers.m4: removed backward compatible code for
- pre-autoconf-2.14.
-
-2002-01-07 Erez Zadok <ezk@whitestar.dyn.optonline.net>
-
- * doc/Makefile.am: define @SET_MAKE@ for AC_PROG_MAKE_SET macro, since
- this Makefile could explicitly chdir to other directories and run
- make there.
- (install-ps): use ${MAKE} with ${MFLAGS}.
-
- * Makefile.am (EXTRA_DIST_AUX): distribute new package_*.m4 files.
- Define @SET_MAKE@ for AC_PROG_MAKE_SET macro, since this Makefile
- could explicitly chdir to other directories and run make there.
- (install-snapshot): use ${MAKE} ${MFLAGS}, not hardcoded "make".
-
- * configure.in: call AC_PROG_MAKE_SET to check if make program
- defines $MAKE variable.
-
- * amd/get_args.c (get_version_string): use new PACKAGE_* macros
- and also report the bug-reporting address.
-
- * aux/macros/package_{name,version}.m4, header_templates.m4: using
- new PACKAGE_{NAME,VERSION,BUGREPORT} macros.
-
- * aux/macros/name_bugreport.m4: simple macro to print out the
- bug-reporting address which was configured in AC_INIT.
-
- * bootstrap: remove new autoconf messages about misuse of
- m4_patsubst and m4_regexp (internal GNU M4 macros).
-
- * configure.in: remove old comment above AC_OUTPUT.
- Use AC_CONFIG_FILES and AC_OUTPUT separately.
- Fix AC_REVISION use.
- Add AC_COPYRIGHT.
- Use new style for AC_INIT, listing package name, version, and
- bug-reporting address.
- Call new AMU_PACKAGE_* macros.
-
- * updated copyright year to 2002 on all files
-
- * configure.in: using newly renamed am-utils macros (AMU_*)
-
- * aux/macros/*.m4: renamed ALL am-utils specific macros so they
- start with AMU_*, not AC_*. That way it is easier to distinguish
- between macros that come with am-utils and those that are part of
- Autoconf or Automake. It helps to identify those am-utils macros
- that can be removed once there is generic support for them in a
- future version of Autoconf.
-
- * bootstrap: run automake --copy
- remove autom4te.cache dir before rerunning autoconf
-
-2001-12-13 Erez Zadok <ezk@agora.fsl.cs.sunysb.edu>
-
- * scripts/amd.conf.5: correct title to section 5, not 8. Correct
- reversed meaning of nfs_proto and nfs_vers parameters. Typos
- reported by Peter Breitenlohner <peb@mppmu.mpg.de>.
-
-2001-12-02 Erez Zadok <ezk@agora.fsl.cs.sunysb.edu>
-
- * scripts/ctl-amd.in: run "test" or "[" in front of -x/-f
-
- * scripts/ctl-hlfsd.in: run "test" or "[" in front of -x/-f
-
-2001-12-02 Ion Badulescu <ionut@moisil.badula.org>
-
- * hlfsd/homedir.c (plt_print): fix typo (s/plot/plog/) in
- non-mkstemp code
-
- * scripts/ctl-amd.in: touch/remove /var/lock/subsys/amd to make RH
- happy
-
- * scripts/ctl-hlfsd.in: ditto (for hlfsd)
-
- * conf/mtab/mtab_file.c (rewrite_mtab): fchmod(644) the file we
- get from mkstemp(), otherwise samba becomes very unhappy (sigsegv)
-
- * conf/mtab/mtab_mach3.c (rewrite_mtab): ditto
-
-2001-11-29 Ion Badulescu <ion@guppy.limebrokerage.com>
-
- * tasks: updated
-
- * NEWS: document the fixed autofs fd leak
-
- * amq/amq.8: better document the -f option
-
-2001-11-29 Erez Zadok <ezk@agora.fsl.cs.sunysb.edu>
-
- * libamu/mount_fs.c (mnt_flags): same this as for nolock option
- handling, do for maxgrps.
-
-2001-11-29 Ion Badulescu <ion@guppy.limebrokerage.com>
-
- * conf/autofs/autofs_linux.c (hash_init): determine the max number
- of fd's at runtime, use it to dynamically scale the hash and list
- arrays
- (autofs_get_fh): sanity check, don't allow a pipe() fd greater
- than autofs_max_fds
- (autofs_release_fh): close our end of the pipe here (no clue why
- or when it got commented out)
- (autofs_mounted): set kernelfd to -1 after closing it
-
-2001-11-28 Philippe Troin <phil@fifi.org>
-
- * libamu/mount_fs.c (mnt_flags): Drop nolock from generic mount
- opts.
- (compute_nfs_args): Added nolock handling.
- Adapted from an original patch from Avery Pennarun <apenwarr@nit.ca>.
-
-2001-11-27 Erez Zadok <ezk@a-hpux11i.fsl.cs.sunysb.edu>
-
- * ported to ia64-hp-hpux11.20 using HP's ANSI/C compiler.
- Couldn't use bison/flex because of 32-bit vs. 64-bit binaries
- issues. Had to use HP's own yacc/lex.
-
-2001-11-26 Erez Zadok <ezk@a-hpux11i.fsl.cs.sunysb.edu>
-
- * */Makefile.am: don't use $(OBJECTS) directly because it is no
- longer automatically defined now that Automake has automatic
- dependency tracking (which I turn off). Instead, hard-code
- minimal dependencies on am-utils' header files to depend on
- PROG_OBJECTS (where PROG is the program name being built). This
- was discovered by using HP's non-GNU make program.
-
- * amd/nfs_start.c (checkup): cast getpagesize() return val to
- long, to avoid conflicts in division of a long by an int (on
- hpux11i, with their ANSI/C compiler).
-
- * INSTALL, doc/am-utils.texi: port updates
-
- * minor new ports: ia64-hp-hpux11.20, i386-unknown-freebsd5.0,
- i386-unknown-freebsd4.4, i386-pc-linux-rh7.2,
- ia64-unknown-linux-rh7.1.
-
- * include/am_defs.h: actually declare extern definition for
- xdr_callmsg() if it doesn't already exist.
-
- * aux/macros/header_templates.m4: declare template for
- HAVE_EXTERN_XDR_CALLMSG.
-
- * configure.in: check for extern definition for xdr_callmsg()
- because hpux11 has that function but a bad <rpc/xdr.h> header file
- that doesn't define it in the right place.
-
- * libamu/mount_fs.c (print_nfs_args): cast ->rdev to u_long b/c
- on hpux11 its type is dev_t.
-
- * conf/nfs_prot/nfs_prot_hpux11.h: don't support autofs on hpux11
- yet.
-
-2001-11-16 Erez Zadok <ezk@fsl-gw.fsl.cs.sunysb.edu>
-
- * buildall (Usage): separate $cnf_flags and $extra_cnf_flags due
- to /bin/sh limitations.
-
- * bootstrap (cmd): turn back on --ignore-deps (this Automake may
- have problems)
-
- * libamu/xutil.c: remove __attribute__ format_arg statement for
- expand_error() because this function, although taking a
- printf-like string, does not use it in a printf function; it only
- expands a non-printf amd-special syntax %m.
-
-2001-11-14 Erez Zadok <ezk@fsl-gw.fsl.cs.sunysb.edu>
-
- * conf/nfs_prot/nfs_prot_linux.h: define KERNEL_VERSION macro
- before using it because older Linux systems don't define this
- (e.g., Red Hat 4.2)
-
-2001-11-13 Erez Zadok <ezk@agora.fsl.cs.sunysb.edu>
-
- * configure.in: convert to using autoconfig 2.52. Use new macros.
- AC_MSG_NOTICE for messages; AH_TOP and AH_BOTTOM to top and bottom
- parts of autogenerated config.h.in; increase autoconf
- pre-requisite to version 2.50; use AC_DISABLE_SHARED not
- AM_DISABLE_SHARED.
-
- * aux/macros/cache_check_dynamic.m4: finally I can use the new
- $ECHO_N syntax in macros instead of $ac_n, since I'm using a new
- autoconf. Isn't it nice to be such forward looking and having
- placed a comment "XXX: use the next line for autoconf-2.14 and
- newer"... :-)
-
- * aux/macros/save_state.m4: highlight message with ***'s
-
- * aux/macros/host_macros.m4: use proper M4 quoting ([], not "")
-
- * config.{guess,sub}: upated from latest prep ftp distributions
-
- * depcomp, missing, mkinstalldirs: upated from latest Automake 1.5
-
- * ltmain.sh: updated from latest Libtool 1.4.2
-
- * bootstrap: finally, new autoconf doesn't print silly "AC_TRY_RUN
- called without default to allow cross compiling" warnings. And,
- it only took like 3+ years to fix this. But, now it has anoter,
- albeit less annoying warning (which the manual says to ignore):
- "AC_PROG_LEX invoked multiple times".
- When autoheader is run, don't treat the "all clear" message
- "config.h.in is update" as an error.
-
- * ltconfig: removed. not needed with latest version of libtool
-
- * aux/macros/header_templates.m4: replaces acconfig.h and defines
- all CPP macros we use in this package, including their
- accompanying C /* comments */.
-
- * acconfig.h: removed. replaced by new autoconf system to generate
- header templates using AH_TEMPLATE macros and such.
-
- * aux/macros/msg.m4: removed. Replaced with new macro
- AC_MSG_NOTICE
-
- * Makefile.am (EXTRA_DIST_AUX): remove aux/macros/msg.m4. Add
- aux/macros/header_templates.m4
-
- * configure.in: early, in host_macros.m4, I'm renaming silly linux
- $host_os names such as linux-gnu and lignux to plain "linux".
- Alas, RMS finally had his way and libtool will NOT recognize
- "linux" as a valid system, only "linux-gnu". Sigh. Rich, I know
- you're responsible to Linux's fame. Kudos to you and your
- cohorts. But please don't force the rest of us to use those ugly
- or long names. Solution: temporarily name $host_os to "linux-gnu"
- before calling the AC_PROG_LIBTOOL macro, then name it back to
- "linux". (That way I don't have to maintain my own version of
- ltmain.sh.
-
- * buildall: force running configure -C (to create and use a local
- config.cache file). New default behavior for autoconf is NOT to
- use cache files. Yeah, that's gonna fly real well with am-utils,
- with its 700+ automatic tests.
-
- * conf/mtab/mtab_mach3.c (rewrite_mtab): use mkstemp instead of
- mktemp, if the former is available.
-
- * conf/mtab/mtab_file.c (rewrite_mtab): use mkstemp instead of
- mktemp, if the former is available.
-
- * mk-amd-map/mk-amd-map.c (main): use mkstemp instead of mktemp,
- if the former is available.
-
- * aux/macros/check_nfs_socket_connection.m4: AC_DEFINE calls must
- be on a separate line, as per new Autoconf manual, to avoid some
- Bourne Shell syntactical bizarreness.
-
-2001-11-13 Erez Zadok <ezk@a-rh71i.fsl.cs.suunysb.edu>
-
- * amd/amfs_auto.c (amfs_auto_readdir_browsable): cast to u_long,
- for IA64 Linux.
-
-2001-11-12 Ion Badulescu <ionut@buggy.badula.org>
-
- * libamu/mtab.c (hasmntval): strtol can return a non-NULL pointer
- pointing to '\0' on success, so we need to allow for it. This
- fixes the problem with rejecting numerical mount options if they
- are the last option in the string.
-
- * configure.in: increased library patchlevel
-
- * NEWS: document the parsing bug
-
-2001-10-29 Ion Badulescu <ionut@moisil.badula.org>
-
- * configure.in: bumped version up to 6.1a5-pre
-
- * NEWS: fixed speeling mistaike
-
-2001-10-29 Ion Badulescu <ionut@moisil.badula.org>
-
- * released snapshot am-utils-6.1a4
-
-2001-10-26 Ion Badulescu <ionut@moisil.badula.org>
-
- These changes fix autofs support for sublinks. While it is not
- perfect by any means and is hardly better than non-autofs, at
- least it works.
-
- * conf/autofs/autofs_solaris_v2_v3.c (autofs_lookup_2_req): don't
- reply if the mount is in progress
- (autofs_mount_succeeded): handle both delayed lookups and mounts
- (autofs_mount_failed): ditto
-
- * amd/amfs_auto.c (amfs_auto_lookup_mntfs): don't dispose of the
- original opt_fs if we have a sublink
-
-2001-10-23 Ion Badulescu <ionut@moisil.badula.org>
-
- * amd/amfs_auto.c (amfs_auto_lookup_mntfs): fixed silly typo (mf
- instead of new_mf) which was causing null pointer error when
- sublinks were being used
-
-2001-10-22 Ion Badulescu <ionut@moisil.badula.org>
-
- * README.autofs: updated
-
- * NEWS: updated
-
- * INSTALL: updated
-
- * AUTHORS: added myself
-
- * doc/am-utils.texi: updated
-
- * conf/autofs/autofs_solaris_v2_v3.c (xdr_autofs_rddirargs): use
- xdr_u_int() and cast things to (int) to appease Solaris 2.7 compile
- (autofs_readdir_2_req): cast req->rda_offset to (int), same as
- above
-
-2001-10-22 Ion Badulescu <ionut@moisil.badula.org>
-
- Autofs direct mounts have been verified to work on Solaris2.[67].
-
- * conf/autofs/autofs_solaris_v2_v3.c (autofs_lookup_2_req):
- retrieve the uid and gid from the lookup request
- (autofs_mount_2_req): skip the first char in the name (it's a
- leading '/') if this is a direct mount
-
- * amd/amfs_direct.c (amfs_direct_ops): use amfs_auto_lookup_child
- and amfs_auto_mount_child for amfs_direct's methods
-
- * amd/amfs_auto.c (amfs_auto_lookup_child): don't leak an am_node
- if the mntfs lookup fails
-
-2001-10-21 Ion Badulescu <ionut@moisil.badula.org>
-
- * include/am_utils.h (AMF_REMOUNT): new flag, marks the node as
- pending a remount
- (mntfs): new member mf_fsflags, holds a copy of the filesystem's
- fs_flags
- (am_ops): new member autofs_fs_flags, holds the filesystem's flags
- when mounted onto an autofs node; fs_flags renamed to nfs_fs_flags
-
- * conf/autofs/autofs_linux.c (create_autofs_service): turn on
- FS_MKMNT for amfs_auto and FS_MBACKGROUND for amfs_link
- (autofs_umount_succeeded): don't rmdir the mountpoint if a remount
- is needed [lest the access that triggered the remount will fail]
-
- * amd/mntfs.c (init_mntfs): copy the filesystem's nfs_fs_flags
- into mf_fsflags on initialization
-
- * amd/autil.c (am_unmounted): start the remounting right away if
- the node is marked as needing a remount [fixes the Linux autofs
- deadlock when mount/unmount collide]
-
- * amd/amfs_auto.c (amfs_auto_lookup_node): mark the node as
- needing a remount if a mount request comes in while we're
- unmounting it
- (amfs_auto_lookup_mntfs): copy the filesystem's autofs_fs_flags
- into mf_fsflags if this is an autofs node
-
- * amd/amfs_*.c, amd/ops_*.c: added initialization for the new
- autofs_fs_flags member of am_ops
-
-2001-10-20 Ion Badulescu <ionut@moisil.badula.org>
-
- With these changes, Solaris 2.[67] autofs support is finally
- functional!
-
- * conf/autofs/autofs_solaris_v2_v3.c (autofs_readdir_2_req): stub
- (autofs_readdir_2_free, xdr_autofs_rddirargs, xdr_autofs_putrddirres,
- xdr_autofs_getrddirres, xdr_autofs_rddirres): new functions
- (autofs_lookup_2_req): do an actual lookup here, and tell the
- kernel to create a symlink if necessary
- (autofs_mount_2_req): no need to am_autofs_data
- (autofs_program_2): enable AUTOFS_READDIR
- (autofs_link_mount): no code needed here
- (autofs_link_umount): return success
- (autofs_mount_succeeded): lstat real mount points; don't mark
- symlinks as NOTIMEOUT
-
- * amd/mntfs.c (init_mntfs): mf_dev and mf_rdev don't exist anymore
-
- * amd/map.c (init_map): init am_dev and am_rdev to -1
- (free_map): free am_mfarray and all mntfs's listed
-
- * amd/autil.c (mf_mounted): move the lstat of the node to the
- autofs-specific code
-
- * amd/amfs_link.c (amfs_link_ops): don't background symlink creation
-
-2001-10-18 Rainer Orth <ro@TechFak.Uni-Bielefeld.DE>
-
- * aux/macros/os_cflags.m4 (irix6*): Enforce N32 ABI/mips3 ISA with cc.
- * BUGS: Explain this.
-
-2001-10-02 Erez Zadok <ezk@agora.fsl.cs.sunysb.edu>
-
- * doc/am-utils.texi (redhat-ctl-amd): document new script.
-
- * scripts/Makefile.am: build redhat-ctl-amd but do not install it.
-
- * scripts/redhat-ctl-amd.in: new script, useful to correctly
- control Amd on Red Hat Linux systems. Script adapted from ctl-amd
- and Red Hat's own rc.d script.
-
-2001-10-02 Rainer Orth <ro@TechFak.Uni-Bielefeld.DE>
-
- * conf/nfs_prot/nfs_prot_osf5.h: Renamed from nfs_prot_osf5_1.h.
- (MNT2_NFS_OPT_AUTO): Disable.
- * Makefile.am (EXTRA_DIST_CONF): Reflect new name.
- * aux/macros/check_nfs_prot_headers.m4: Use this file for all
- Tru64 UNIX V5 and up releases.
-
-2001-09-24 Ion Badulescu <ionut@moisil.badula.org>
-
- * include/mount_headers1.h (MFS): define as 1 instead of nothing,
- to fix compile problems on OS X (patch from Ahmon Dancy)
-
- * aux/macros/try_compile_anyfs.m4 (MFS): ditto
-
-2001-08-13 Erez Zadok <ezk@fsl-gw.fsl.cs.sunysb.edu>
-
- * doc/am-utils.texi (in_network Selector Variable): document
- expanded syntax
-
- * libamu/wire.c (is_network_member): support for network/netmask
- as well as network/bits syntax in in_network()
-
-2001-08-11 Erez Zadok <ezk@a-linux64.fsl.cs.sunysb.edu>
-
- * amq/amq.c (show_mti): print full four digits for year, and print
- it in MM/DD/YYYY format, not in YY/MM/DD format.
-
-2001-08-11 Ion Badulescu <lionut@gonzales.badula.org>
-
- * conf/autofs/autofs_solaris_v2_v3.c (autofs_lookup_2_req):
- initial attempt to do something useful -- but commented out for now
- (autofs_link_mount): create an action structure with a link
- request and pass it up
- (autofs_mount_2_req): pass the link request to the kernel
- (autofs_free_data): new helper function
-
- * conf/autofs/autofs_linux.h: added definition for autofs_data_t
-
- * conf/autofs/autofs_solaris_v2_v3.h: ditto
-
- * amd/map.c (init_map): initialize am_autofs_data
- (free_map): call the autofs cleanup function if necessary
-
- * include/am_utils.h (am_node): added private data and cleanup
- function for autofs
-
- * tasks: removed some obsolete entries
-
-2001-08-11 Erez Zadok <ezk@a-solaris8.fsl.cs.sunysb.edu>
-
- * amd/map.c (free_map_if_success): run autofs_umount_failed() only
- if this mount node is of type autofs.
-
-2001-08-11 Ion Badulescu <lionut@gonzales.badula.org>
-
- * amd/amd.h: removed mf_array from struct continuation (moved into
- am_node)
-
- * include/am_utils.h: removed VLOOK_LOOKUP; renamed vlookuppn to
- vlookup_child; added vmount_child; added mount_child to the fs_ops
- API; added prototypes for amfs_auto_mount_child and
- amfs_error_mount_child
-
- * amd/map.c (init_map): initialize am_mfarray to 0
-
- * amd/amfs_*, amd/ops_*: new API function mount_child, old API
- function lookuppn renamed to lookup_child
-
- * amd/amfs_auto.c: renamed amfs_auto_lookuppn1 to
- amfs_auto_lookup_node; renamed amfs_auto_lookuppn2 to
- amfs_auto_lookup_mntfs; renamed amfs_auto_lookuppn3 to
- amfs_auto_mount_child; moved the freeing of the error mntfs in the
- newly allocated am_node from lookup_mntfs to mount_child; make
- sure lookup_child returns a negative error if the node needs to be
- mounted; removed the call to lookuppn3 from lookup_child
-
- * amd/amfs_error.c: added stub implementations of
- amfs_error_lookup_child and amfs_error_mount_child
-
- * amd/amfs_direct.c, amd/amfs_union.c, amd/map.c, amd/nfs_subr.c,
- conf/autofs/autofs_linux.c, conf/autofs/autofs_solaris_v2_v3.c:
- call both lookup_child and mount_child, instead of the old
- lookuppn API method
-
-2001-07-19 Erez Zadok <ezk@shekel.mcl.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- * amd/get_args.c (get_args): a better way to handle GNU and
- non-GNU getopts without strdup-ing the getopt string.
-
-2001-07-04 Erez Zadok <ezk@shekel.mcl.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- * amd/info_ldap.c (amu_ldap_rebind): The first time you called
- amu_ldap_init, aldh->ldap is not set. So when amu_ldap_rebind is
- called, this function is absolutely sure to return 0. Then
- amu_ldap_init return 0 without having opened any LDAP connection.
- This is not the correct behavior.
- (get_ldap_timestamp, amu_ldap_search): error to free an object
- ("entry") that is automatically freed by the library. Patch from
- Sebastien Bahloul <sebastien.bahloul@mangoosta.fr>.
-
-2001-07-19 Ion Badulescu <ionut@moisil.badula.org>
-
- * AUTHORS (variables): added Philippe Troin
-
- * Makefile.am (EXTRA_DIST): added bootstrap
-
- * include/am_compat.h (xfs_args_t): define as u_int if the
- filesystem is supported but we can't autodetect the type for
- xfs_args_t. This allows Linux to mount xfs filesystems.
-
-2001-07-12 Philippe Troin <phil@fifi.org>
-
- * doc/am-utils.texi: Added @dircategory Administration.
-
-2001-07-12 Philippe Troin <phil@fifi.org>
-
- * aux/macros/with_addon.m4: Created. Wrapper around AC_ARG_WITH
- with only the `yes' and `no' as possible answers.
-
- * configure.in: Added support for disabling LDAP and HESIOD even
- if the supporting libraries are found.
-
- * Makefile.am (EXTRA_DIST_AUX): Added with_addon.m4 macro file.
-
-2001-07-12 Philippe Troin <phil@fifi.org>
-
- * include/am_compat.h: Removed forced definition of MNTTAB_OPT_DEV
- if MNT2_GEN_OPT_NODEV was found. Actually, the dev= (SVR4) options
- and the linux nodev options are different beasts.
-
- * conf/mount/mount_linux.c (opt_map): Removed the MNTTAB_OPT_DEV
- entry (not really necessary on linux).
-
-2001-07-12 Philippe Troin <phil@fifi.org>
-
- * amd/get_args.c (get_args): Prepend "+" to the getopt string if
- HAVE_GNU_GETOPT to avoid getting all options (even the ones after
- the first non-option argument) slurped in by GNU getopt.
-
- * aux/macros/check_gnu_getopt.m4: Created. Defines HAVE_GNU_GETOPT
- if GNU/glibc getopt implementation is detected.
-
- * configure.in: Added call to AC_CHECK_GNU_GETOPT.
-
- * acconfig.h: Document HAVE_GNU_GETOPT.
-
- * Makefile.am (EXTRA_DIST_AUX): Added check_gnu_getopt.m4 macro file.
-
-2001-06-25 Erez Zadok <ezk@shekel.mcl.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- * LSM.am-utils, NEWS, README.y2k, ChangeLog: make sure all
- am-utils URL references use www.am-utils.org, not the columbia
- URL.
-
-2001-06-08 Erez Zadok <ezk@shekel.mcl.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- * conf/transp/transp_sockets.c (create_nfs_service): cast to
- u_long to ensure clean compile on freebsd5 and bsdi2.
-
-2001-05-23 Ion Badulescu <ionut@moisil.badula.org>
-
- WARNING: WORK IN PROGRESS
-
- It works for me on Linux (both autofs and nfs mounts), for nfs and
- link, but I won't make any guarantees outside those.
-
- * amd/mntfs.c (find_mntfs): reuse the mntfs only if both the mount
- point and the device/fileserver are the same. This is an important
- change of philosophy, watch out for memory leaks!
-
- * amd/map.c (get_ap_child): helper function for
- amfs_auto_lookuppn, creates a new am_node for key fname, inits it,
- and inserts it into all necessary structures
-
- * amd/amfs_auto.c (free_continuation): free unused mntfs's; don't
- free any of the removed fields
- (amfs_auto_lookuppn, amfs_auto_bgmount): split lookuppn into three
- subfunctions, including some code stolen from bgmount; lookuppn
- now generates an array of possible mntfs to try mounting, and
- bgmount will actually try to mount each of them.
- (amfs_auto_lookuppn[123]): the three new subfunctions for lookuppn
- (amfs_parse_defaults): new helper function for lookuppn
-
-2001-05-19 Erez Zadok <ezk@kosh.dyn.optonline.net>
-
- * conf/mount/mount_linux.c: typo: added comma after '0' element.
-
-2001-05-19 Ion Badulescu <ionut@moisil.dev.hydraweb.com>
-
- * conf/autofs/autofs_linux.c (AUTOFS_MAX_VERSION): allow using
- autofs-v4 again
- (autofs_get_opts): don't pass pgrp, the kernel will get it
- automatically anyway, not to mention that we were passing bogus
- data if amd was not daemonized.
-
- * conf/mount/mount_linux.c (linux_nfs_error): don't special case
- the 0 result, just put it into the translation list
-
-2001-05-19 Ion Badulescu <ionut@moisil.dev.hydraweb.com>
-
- * conf/mount/mount_linux.c (linux_nfs_error): don't report success
- (0) as error (NE_IO)!
-
-2001-05-18 Ion Badulescu <ionut@moisil.dev.hydraweb.com>
-
- * amd/amfs_host.c (amfs_host_mount): don't fail the mount if at
- least one share is already mounted
-
-2001-05-17 Ion Badulescu <ionut@moisil.dev.hydraweb.com>
-
- * libamu/util.c (str3cat): updated comment
-
- * include/am_utils.h: added VLOOK_LOOKUP and FS_DIRECT
-
- * conf/autofs/autofs_linux.c (autofs_get_fh): removed obsolete comment
- (autofs_mounted): disable autofs support for host f/s if version < 4
- (create_autofs_service): turn on FS_MKMNT on auto f/s if using autofs
- (autofs_umount_succeeded): use rmdirs instead of rmdir
- (autofs_mount_failed): ditto
-
- * amd/opts.c (expand_op): align the debugging messages
-
- * amd/map.c (mount_auto_node): use am_node *mp instead of casting
- the void *arg; update the comment
-
- * amd/autil.c (am_mounted): check the FS_DIRECT flag instead of
- comparing to &amfs_direct_ops
- (mount_node): ifs_mount doesn't exist, make note of it in the
- comment
-
- * amd/amfs_direct.c (amfs_direct_ops): added FS_DIRECT to fs_flags
-
- * amd/amfs_auto.c (amfs_auto_mount): removed the autofs hack to
- create the mountpoint directory for auto f/s; it is now handled in
- autofs_linux.c
- (amfs_auto_bgmount): renamed the mpe parameter to mp_error;
- renamed dont_retry to retry and reverted its meaning as well;
- moved the mp variable up one scope and made use of it throughout
- the function;
- (amfs_auto_readdir): whitespace
- (amfs_auto_readdir_browsable): whitespace, also some debugging
-
- * amd/am_ops.c (vops): updated a comment
-
- * .cvsignore: added A.i386-pc-linux-rh7.[01]
-
-2001-05-01 Ion Badulescu <ionut@gonzales.dev.hydraweb.com>
-
- * conf/mount/mount_linux.c: fixed stupid error in the linux
- nfs_errormap[], which was mapping ENOENT to success!!!
-
-2001-04-28 Ion Badulescu <ionut@moisil.dev.hydraweb.com>
-
- * BUGS: added info about the direct mount problems on Linux and
- about the kernel patches on www.am-utils.org.
-
- * conf/autofs/autofs_solaris_v2_v3.c (autofs_unmount_2_req):
- removed obsolete comment
-
- * amd/autil.c (forcibly_timeout_mp): always log a message when the
- forced unmount request is ignored
- (mf_mounted): don't lstat unless this is an autofs mount point,
- lest we deadlock
-
- * amd/amfs_auto.c (amfs_auto_bgmount): don't gratuitously add
- MFF_MKMNT to the flags, it causes deadlocks later on when
- unmounting
-
-2001-04-14 Erez Zadok <ezk@whitestar.dyn.optonline.net>
-
- * COPYING: update copyright year
-
- * amd/amfs_auto.c, amd/amfs_host.c, amd/amfs_nfsx.c,
- amd/amfs_toplvl.c, amd/amfs_union.c, amd/conf.c, amd/info_nis.c,
- amd/info_nisplus.c, amd/mapc.c, amd/nfs_subr.c, amd/ops_nfs.c,
- amd/rpc_fwd.c, amd/srvr_amfs_auto.c, amd/srvr_nfs.c,
- conf/autofs/autofs_solaris_v1.c, conf/mtab/mtab_file.c,
- conf/mtab/mtab_isc3.c, conf/mtab/mtab_svr4.c,
- conf/transp/transp_sockets.c, conf/transp/transp_tli.c,
- libamu/mount_fs.c, libamu/mtab.c: rewritten various dlog/plog
- messages for clarity, to avoid duplication, to better recognize
- what the message means and where it ran, and to fix typos.
-
- * amd/nfs_subr.c (nfsproc_lookup_2_svc): moved trace message of
- function's name to the beginning of the function, before any other
- messages are logged.
-
-2001-04-14 Ion Badulescu <ionut@moisil.dev.hydraweb.com>
-
- * conf/mount/mount_linux.c (do_mount_linux): removed plog() of
- binary data
-
-2001-04-05 Ion Badulescu <ionut@moisil.dev.hydraweb.com>
-
- * include/am_defs.h: define NFSCLIENT, NFS, PCFS, LOFS, RFS,
- MSDOSFS, MFS and CD9660 to 1, so that both #if FOO and #ifdef FOO
- work (needed for MacOS X); removed duplicate definition of NFS.
-
-2001-03-29 Ion Badulescu <ionut@moisil.dev.hydraweb.com>
-
- * amd/amd.h, amd/amfs_auto.c, amd/conf.c,
- doc/am-utils.texi,
- scripts/amd.conf-sample, scripts/amd.conf.5:
- renamed selectors_on_default to selectors_in_defaults,
- kept the former as a deprecated option;
- renamed CFM_ENABLE_DEFAULT_SELECTORS to CFM_SELECTORS_IN_DEFAULTS;
- renamed gopt_selectors_on_default() to gopt_selectors_in_defaults()
-
-2001-03-19 Ion Badulescu <ionut@moisil.dev.hydraweb.com>
-
- * amd/amfs_toplvl.c, amd/amfs_auto.c, amd/srvr_nfs.c,
- include/am_utils.h: compile fixes for --enable-debug=no
-
-2001-03-15 Ion Badulescu <ionut@moisil.dev.hydraweb.com>
-
- * NEWS: updated
-
- * README.autofs: updated
-
- * conf/mount/mount_linux.c (linux_version_code): export the fn
-
- * conf/nfs_prot/nfs_prot_linux.h: ditto
-
- * conf/autofs/autofs_linux.c (create_autofs_service): verify the
- kernel version here, and turn off bind_works if the kernel is
- older than 2.4.0.
- (autofs_link_mount): don't touch bind_works here, it's useless
- b/c we're in a child process; remove the mountpoint directory if
- the bind mount fails
-
- * amd/opts.c (eval_fs_opts): changed some annoying debugging plogs
- into dlogs
-
- * conf/autofs/autofs_linux.c (autofs_link_mount): zero out the
- mntent struct before initializing it
-
-2001-03-14 Ion Badulescu <ionut@moisil.dev.hydraweb.com>
-
- * conf/mount/mount_linux.c (parse_opts): added support for lofs
- (mount_linux): support lofs through bind mounts and/or FiST lofs
-
- * scripts/ctl-hlfsd.in: search for /var/spool/mail in addition to
- /var/mail and /usr/spool/mail
-
- * conf/nfs_prot/nfs_prot_linux.h (MS_BIND): add define for it, if
- kernel is newer than 2.4.0
- (MNTTYPE_LOFS): ditto
-
- * conf/autofs/autofs_solaris_v2_v3.c (autofs_link_umount): new stub
- (autofs_lookup_failed): removed stub
-
- * conf/autofs/autofs_linux.c (autofs_lookup_failed): moved up in
- the file, made static;
- (autofs_link_mount): activate MNT2_GEN_OPT_BIND code; use stat()
- and friends to determine if bind mounts can be used and to trigger
- further cascading mounts; return proper error codes
- (autofs_link_umount): distinguish between symlinks and bind mounts
- and handle both correctly
- (autofs_umount_succeeded): remove call to autofs_link_umount()
-
- * amd/map.c (umount_exported): try to unmount all mount points on
- an autofs filesystem; this isn't really needed and will be removed
- when we start handling restarting autofs mounts
-
- * amd/amfs_link.c (amfs_link_[u]mount): call autofs_link_[u]mount,
- if necessary
-
- * amd/amfs_auto.c (amfs_auto_bgmount): fixed a bug that was
- causing the wrong mntfs to be selected when using autofs; removed
- call to autofs_link_mount() (moved where it belongs, in
- amfs_link.c)
-
- * amd/amfs_link.c: added FS_MBACKGROUND to fs flags -- cleaner
- solution is needed, because background mounting is only necessary
- for linux autofs + bind mounts
-
- * amd/amd.h: removed prototype for autofs_lookup_failed (internal
- static function for linux autofs); added prototype for
- autofs_link_umount
-
- * configure.in: bump up library patchlevel
-
-2001-02-28 Ion Badulescu <ionut@moisil.dev.hydraweb.com>
-
- * aux/macros/check_mount_trap.m4,
- aux/macros/check_nfs_fh_dref.m4,
- aux/macros/check_nfs_prot_headers.m4,
- aux/macros/type_recvfrom_fromlen.m4,
- aux/macros/type_yp_order_outorder.m4:
- Fixed newer freebsd's fh type, expanded more aix3, osf2, hpux9 to
- aix[1-3], osf[1-3] and hpux[6-9].
-
-2001-02-28 Erez Zadok <ezk@shekel.mcl.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- * check_mount_style.m4, check_mount_trap.m4,
- check_network_transport_type.m4, check_nfs_fh_dref.m4,
- check_nfs_prot_headers.m4, check_nfs_sa_dref.m4,
- check_nfs_socket_connection.m4, os_cflags.m4,
- type_yp_order_outorder.m4: small fixes to Ion's cleanup, and more
- cleanup (use [[0-1]] instead of M4 changequote commands).
-
- * Makefile.am: removed unused conf/trap/trap_hpux11.h
-
-2001-02-27 Ion Badulescu <ionut@moisil.dev.hydraweb.com>
-
- * aux/macros/check_network_transport_type.m4,
- aux/macros/check_mount_style.m4,
- aux/macros/check_mount_trap.m4,
- aux/macros/check_network_transport_type.m4,
- aux/macros/check_nfs_fh_dref.m4,
- aux/macros/check_nfs_prot_headers.m4,
- aux/macros/check_nfs_sa_dref.m4,
- aux/macros/check_nfs_socket_connection.m4,
- aux/macros/os_cflags.m4,
- aux/macros/type_auth_create_gidlist.m4,
- aux/macros/type_recvfrom_fromlen.m4,
- aux/macros/type_yp_order_outorder.m4:
- Reworked the scripts, so that a new _unknown_ version of a known OS
- will use the option for the newest _known_ version of that OS. For
- example, when freebsd6 comes out, it will use the stuff for
- freebsd5, not the stuff for freebsd2. This makes configure more
- likely to succeed on new systems/versions.
-
- * Makefile.am (EXTRA_DIST_AUX): added check_autofs_style.m4 (grr)
-
-2001-02-24 Erez Zadok <ezk@shekel.mcl.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- * Makefile.am (install-snapshot): use a different symlink target
- for the experimental snapshots.
-
-2001-02-23 Erez Zadok <ezk@shekel.mcl.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- * Makefile.am (EXTRA_DIST_CONF): include nfs_prot_darwin.h in
- distributions.
-
-2001-02-22 Erez Zadok <ezk@earth.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- * released snapshot am-utils-6.1a3
-
- * amd/Makefile.am (EXTRA_amd_SOURCES): don't forget to distribute
- get_args.c
-
-2001-02-21 Erez Zadok <ezk@shekel.mcl.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- * libamu/mtab.c: added the functions hasmnteq and haseq to
- ease checks for non-numeric values in opt=value strings.
- Recoded hasmntval to qualify input as numeric, allow hex and
- octal strings on rhs of =, and log when the value is missing
- or invalid.
-
- * conf/mount/mount_linux.c: revised mount_linux to use new
- hasmnteq function to extract type of non-nfs mounts, and added
- a log message to catch possible failure of strdup.
-
- * amd/am_ops.c: revised merge_ops to use new haseq function
-
- * amd/srvr_nfs.c: revised find_nfs_srvr to use hasmnteq to
- discover protocol setting.
-
- * include/am_utils.h: added function prototypes for hasmnteq
- and haseq
-
-2001-02-19 Ion Badulescu <ionut@moisil.dev.hydraweb.com>
-
- * include/mount_headers2.h (_LINUX_NFS3_H): define it, to avoid
- pulling in unwanted declarations from 2.2.19pre and 2.4.1ac
-
- * include/am_defs.h (_LINUX_NFS3_H): ditto
-
- * conf/nfs_prot/nfs_prot_linux.h: whitespace, comments
-
-2001-02-19 Erez Zadok <ezk@shekel.mcl.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- * aux/macros/check_fs_mntent.m4 (ac_safe): remove debugging "echo"
- command.
-
-2001-02-18 Erez Zadok <ezk@earth.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- * aux/macros/mount_headers.m4, include/mount_headers[12].h: split
- mount_headers.h in two because one relative header (nfs_prot.h)
- file cannot be included inside another from the start directory of
- the first (it's relative to the directory of the first).
-
-2001-02-09 Ion Badulescu <ionut@moisil.dev.hydraweb.com>
-
- * AUTHORS: added Ahmon Dancy <dancy@franz.com>
-
- * (all): added Darwin/Rhapsody/Apple OS X support from Ahmon Dancy
-
- * aux/macros/mount_headers.m4: moved all the C code into a
- separate file, include/mount_headers.h; the effect is that
- configure goes down in size by a factor of 2.5!
-
- * include/mount_headers.h: new file, with C code from
- aux/macros/mount_headers.m4
-
-2001-02-01 Ion Badulescu <ionut@moisil.dev.hydraweb.com>
-
- * conf/mount/mount_linux.c: made linux_nfs_error() more robust.
-
-2001-02-01 Erez Zadok <ezk@shekel.mcl.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- * released snapshot am-utils-6.1a2
-
- * updated ltmain.sh and ltconfig from latest stable version of
- libtool-1.3.5
-
-2001-02-01 Ion Badulescu <ionut@moisil.dev.hydraweb.com>
-
- * conf/nfs_prot/nfs_prot_linux.h (nfs_error): moved the definition
- of nfs_error here, from mount_linux.c, so that it can actually be
- used.
-
- * conf/mount/mount_linux.c: added unused errno 41 to the
- nfs_errormap array, lest the following errno's get shifted up by
- one!
-
-Sat Jan 13 00:04:38 2001 Rainer Orth <ro@TechFak.Uni-Bielefeld.DE>
-
- * amd/amd.h (autofs_lookuppn): Fixup whitespace.
- * amd/amfs_auto.c (amfs_auto_bgmount): Likewise.
- * amd/amfs_error.c: (amfs_error_match): Likewise.
- * amd/amfs_host.c (fetch_fhandle): Fixup whitespace. Remove
- unnecessary temporary variable.
- * amd/info_file.c (read_line): Likewise.
- (search_or_reload_file): Likewise.
- * amd/info_ldap.c (get_ldap_timestamp): Likewise.
- * amd/map.c (get_root_ap): Likewise.
- * amd/nfs_prot_svc.c: Likewise.
- * amd/ops_TEMPLATE.c (foofs_match, foofs_lookuppn,
- foofs_readlink, foofs_ffserver): Likewise.
- * amd/ops_autofs.c (autofs_bgmount): Likewise.
- * amd/ops_lofs.c (lofs_match): Likewise.
- * amd/ops_nfs.c (got_nfs_fh): Fixup whitespace.
- * amd/ops_xfs.c (xfs_match): Likewise.
- * amd/srvr_amfs_auto.c (srvrlog): Line break.
- * amd/srvr_nfs.c (got_portmap, call_portmap, nfs_pinged,
- nfs_srvr_port): Fixup whitespace.
- * conf/nfs_prot/nfs_prot_bsdi2.h: Likewise.
- * conf/nfs_prot/nfs_prot_hpux.h: Likewise.
- * conf/nfs_prot/nfs_prot_hpux11.h: Likewise.
- * conf/nfs_prot/nfs_prot_irix5.h: Likewise.
- * conf/nfs_prot/nfs_prot_irix6.h: Likewise.
- * conf/nfs_prot/nfs_prot_nextstep.h: Likewise.
- * conf/nfs_prot/nfs_prot_osf2.h: Likewise.
- * conf/nfs_prot/nfs_prot_osf4.h: Likewise.
- * conf/nfs_prot/nfs_prot_osf5_1.h: Likewise.
- * conf/nfs_prot/nfs_prot_sunos3.h: Likewise.
- * conf/nfs_prot/nfs_prot_sunos4.h: Likewise.
- * conf/nfs_prot/nfs_prot_ultrix.h: Likewise.
- * conf/transp/transp_tli.c (get_mount_client): Likewise.
- * hlfsd/nfs_prot_svc.c: Likewise.
- * include/am_defs.h (sys_errlist): Likewise.
- * include/am_utils.h (am_get_progname, am_get_hostname,
- amq_program_1): Likewise.
- (nfsxprt): Moved declaration.
-
-Fri Jan 12 23:31:45 2001 Rainer Orth <ro@TechFak.Uni-Bielefeld.DE>
-
- Removed support for amq -M.
-
- * acconfig.h (ENABLE_AMQ_MOUNT): Removed.
- * aux/macros/opt_amq_mount.m4: Removed.
- * Makefile.am (EXTRA_DIST_AUX): Don't distribute
- opt_amq_mount.m4.
- * configure.in (AC_OPT_AMQ_MOUNT): Removed invocation.
-
- * amd/amq_subr.c (ok_security, amqproc_mount_1_svc): Removed.
- * amd/amq_svc.c (amq_program_1): Removed amq -M support.
- * amq/amq.c (mount_map): Removed.
- (main): Removed -M option handling.
- Removed transport-type specific CLIENT creation.
- (get_secure_amd_client, amq_bind_resv_port, privsock): Removed.
-
- * amq/amq.8: Removed -M documentation.
- * doc/am-utils.texi (Top-level Filesystem): Removed amq -M
- reference, but retain comment on mount -t amd.
- (Controlling Amd): Likewise.
-
- * tasks: Removed this task.
-
-Fri Jan 12 23:18:26 2001 Rainer Orth <ro@TechFak.Uni-Bielefeld.DE>
-
- * conf/autofs/autofs_*.c: Bump copyright year to 2001.
- * hlfsd/hlfsd.h (HLFSD_VERSION): Likewise.
-
- * aux/macros/check_autofs_style.m4: Renamed solaris[12] styles to
- solaris_v1, solaris_v2_v3 to reflect that these are AutoFS
- protocol version numbers, not solaris versions.
- * conf/autofs/autofs_solaris[12].[ch]: Renamed to
- autofs_solaris_{v1, 2_v3}.[ch] to reflect this.
- * Makefile.am (EXTRA_DIST_CONF): Likewise.
-
- * aux/macros/check_autofs_style.m4: Use solaris2 style for both
- versions 2 and 3 of the AutoFS protocol.
-
- Handle missing AUTOFS_POSTUNMOUNT, AUTOFS_POSTMOUNT (unnecessary
- with Solaris 8 mntfs).
-
- * conf/autofs/autofs_solaris2.c (xdr_postumntreq, xdr_postumntres,
- xdr_postmountreq, xdr_postmountres, autofs_postunmount_2_req,
- autofs_postmount_2_req ): Don't define for version 3.
- (autofs_program_2): Don't handle AUTOFS_POSTUNMOUNT,
- AUTOFS_POSTMOUNT if missing.
-
- * conf/nfs_prot/nfs_prot_sunos5_8.h: Enable AutoFS support.
-
- * aux/macros/check_autofs_style.m4: Use empty autofs_default.[ch]
- files on systems without existing autofs port.
- * conf/autofs/autofs_default.[ch]: New files, empty.
- * Makefile.am (EXTRA_DIST_CONF): Distribute them.
- * INSTALL: With this change, Solaris 8 and Tru64 5.1 compile and
- link.
-
-2001-01-12 Erez Zadok <ezk@shekel.mcl.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- * Makefile.am (EXTRA_DIST): distribute new LDAP files.
-
- * README.ldap, ldap-id.txt, ldap-id.ms: LDAP status information,
- proposed Schema, and internet draft.
-
-Fri Jan 12 22:27:07 2001 Rainer Orth <ro@TechFak.Uni-Bielefeld.DE>
-
- * Support Tru64 UNIX V5.1:
-
- * conf/nfs_prot/nfs_prot_osf5_1.h: New file.
-
- * Makefile.am (EXTRA_DIST_CONF): Distribute it.
-
- * aux/macros/check_nfs_prot_headers.m4: Tru64 UNIX V5.1 has
- AutoFS, need to disable it until a port exists.
-
- * INSTALL, doc/am-utils.texi (Supported Platforms): Mention new
- minor port.
-
-2001-01-09 Erez Zadok <ezk@shekel.mcl.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- * ALL: bump copyright year to 2001.
-
-2001-01-05 Erez Zadok <ezk@shekel.mcl.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- * acconfig.h: correct comments for NODEV/NONDEV mount options
-
-Fri Jan 5 05:12:02 2001 Erez Zadok <ezk@subzero.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- * libamu/xdr_func.c: removed ugly casts to "groups*", now that
- irix6's nfs_prot.h is fixed.
-
- * conf/nfs_prot/nfs_prot_irix6.h: copied relevant parts of
- <rpcsvc/mount.h> here so we don't have to include this header.
-
-2001-01-04 Erez Zadok <ezk@shekel.mcl.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- * conf/nfs_prot/nfs_prot_irix6.h: redefine "groups" typedef to
- struct groups, not the pointer to this struct.
-
- * include/am_xdr_func.h: prototype should take "groups *" as 2nd
- arg.
-
- * libamu/xdr_func.c (xdr_groupnode, xdr_exportnode): change
- casting of second arg of xdr_groups to "groups *". It's only
- needed for irix6, due to problems with xdr_groups on that platform.
- (xdr_groups): prototype should take "groups *" as 2nd arg.
-
- * conf/nfs_prot/nfs_prot_aix*.h: correct xdr_groups extern
- definition. Report from Ahmon Dancy <dancy@franz.com>.
-
-2000-12-06 Ion Badulescu <ionut@moisil.dev.hydraweb.com>
-
- * include/am_defs.h: force non-inclusion of <linux/fs.h> via
- <linux/auto_fs.h>
-
- * conf/autofs/autofs_linux.c (autofs_mounted): rename
- AUTOFS_MIN_PROTO_VERSION to AUTOFS_MIN_VERSION (leftover from
- previous commit)
-
- * configure.in: fixed libtool version
-
-2000-12-02 Ion Badulescu <ionut@moisil.dev.hydraweb.com>
-
- * doc/am-utils.texi (opts Option): document lock/nolock
-
-2000-12-02 Ion Badulescu <ionut@moisil.dev.hydraweb.com>
-
- * conf/autofs/autofs_linux.h: added struct autofs_pending_mount;
- modified autofs_fh_t to have a linked list of autofs_pending_mount;
- added some support for autofs4
-
- * conf/autofs/autofs_linux.c: use a linked list for pending
- request, to allow for handling multiple simultaneous request;
- incipient non-functional support for autofs4; incipient
- non-functional support for bind-mounting
-
- * amd/amd.c (main): print a warning if PROCLOCK is requested but
- the O/S doesn't support it
-
- * libamu/mount_fs.c (mnt_flags): allow the use of the "nolock"
- option
-
- * include/am_defs.h: don't include <linux/fs.h> on a glibc2
- system; include <linux/auto_fs4.h> if it exists, instead of
- <linux/auto_fs.h>
-
- * include/am_compat.h: define the "nolock" mnttab option if the
- NONLM NFS mount option is defined
-
- * acconfig.h: added MNT2_NFS_OPT_NONLM, MNT2_GEN_OPT_BIND
-
- * configure.in: added detection of the NONLM Linux NFS mount
- option; added a clarification for the library versioning rules and
- increased the minor level; added detection of <linux/auto_fs4.h>
- and the MS_BIND generic mount option
-
-2000-11-29 Ion Badulescu <ionut@moisil.dev.hydraweb.com>
-
- * Enabled Solaris 2.7 autofs support (tested, works)
-
- * Updated NEWS, README.autofs
-
- * Updated Makefile's, make dist is now fixed
-
- * Fixed potential memory leak in map.c
-
- * Fixed autofs style detection for solaris 2.[67]
-
- * Added a few casts in autofs_solaris2.c, needed on Solaris 2.7
-
-2000-11-28 Ion Badulescu <ionut@moisil.dev.hydraweb.com>
-
- More Solaris 2.[67] work in progress:
-
- * changed the API for the mount/umount methods: fmount/fumount are
- gone, and mount/umount now take two arguments (am_node and mntfs)
-
- * changed the semantics of the MFF_AUTOFS flag: MFF_AUTOFS now
- means the mntfs is a filesystem of type autofs, and AMF_AUTOFS
- means the am_node is a node on a filesystem of type autofs.
-
- * renamed nfs_program_2_transp to current_transp so it can be used
- with autofs
-
- * renamed quick_reply() to nfs_quick_reply()
-
- * added two more autofs methods: autofs_umount_failed() and
- autofs_compute_mount_flags() -- it turns out that on sol2.6 the
- autofs mounts MUST be overlay'ed
-
- * moved the autofs_mount_succeeded() into am_mounted()
-
- * made amd *not* timeout autofs mounts -- the kernel will do it
- for us
-
- * store dev and rdev of a mounted filesystem in the mntfs
- structure, to help autofs
-
- * moved the rmdirs() call from uninit_mntfs() to am_umounted(), to
- prevent deadlocking with autofs
-
- * amd/Makefile.am: shuffled things around to make
- update_build_version be the last thing that runs
-
-2000-11-27 Ion Badulescu <ionut@moisil.dev.hydraweb.com>
-
- * split amd/ops_autofs.c into conf/autofs/autofs_<system>.c files
- and made configure create a symlink to the appropriate one
-
- * moved the xdr autofs functions from libamu/xdr_func.c into the
- system-specific conf/autofs/autofs*.c
-
- * added some more experimental code to the sol2.6 autofs support,
- but it's by no means functional
-
-2000-11-27 Ion Badulescu <ionut@moisil.dev.hydraweb.com>
-
- * libamu/wire.c (getwire_lookup): truncate the hostname to
- MAXHOSTNAMELEN characters.
-
-2000-11-26 Erez Zadok <ezk@shekel.mcl.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- * include/am_utils.h (MAXHOSTNAMELEN): if not defined, set this to
- 256 bytes, not 64. Suggestion form Kris Kennaway
- <kris@FreeBSD.org>.
-
-2000-11-26 Erez Zadok <ezk@dmath5.geometrie.tuwien.ac.at>
-
- * configure.in (AC_CHECK_MNT2_NFS_OPTS): check for NFS mount
- options kerb, rdirplus, readdirsize, and xlatecookie
- (NetBSD-1.5K).
-
- * acconfig.h: recognize NFS mount options rdirplus, readdirsize,
- and xlatecookie (NetBSD-1.5K)
-
-2000-11-24 Erez Zadok <ezk@shekel.mcl.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- * amd/srvr_nfs.c: comment on NFS proto search order.
-
- * libamu/xutil.c (real_plog): don't try to write the last byte of
- the fmt buf. security suggtion from NetBSD: Thomas Klausner
- <wiz@danbala.ifoer.tuwien.ac.at>
-
-2000-11-22 Ion Badulescu <ionut@moisil.dev.hydraweb.com>
-
- * amd/amfs_auto.c (amfs_auto_bgmount): removed the initialization of
- fattr.na_fileid, it is now done in map.c when the map is initialized
-
- * amd/map.c (init_map): initialize fattr.na_fileid to am_gen, not
- to 0, to avoid cache aliasing problems on Linux (and to follow the
- NFS spec!)
-
-2000-11-22 Thomas Klausner <wiz@danbala.ifoer.tuwien.ac.at>
-
- * libamu/mount_fs.c (mount_fs): avoid using extra limited-size buf
- (security)
-
- * libamu/xutil.c, fsinfo/fsinfo.h, include/am_utils.h: use
- __attribute__, __format__, and __printf__ for GCC string auditing.
-
- * wire-test/wire-test.8: this is not a section 8L man page.
-
- * libamu/xutil.c (expand_error): don't use sys_nerr on systems
- that support strerror().
- (dplog): fmt is const
- (plog): fmt is const
- (real_plog): fmt is const. use new expand_error function with its
- new return value. be more careful about running off the end of
- char[] fixed size buffers.
-
- * libamu/wire.c (getwire): fix alignment error on alpha using an
- extra automatic storage variable ifrpool.
-
- * hlfsd/hlfsd.c (fatal): use proper printf style to plog.
-
- * fsinfo/fsinfo.c (find_username): getlogin() returns a const.
-
- * fsinfo/fsi_util.c (error, lerror, lwarning, fatal, log): use
- vfprintf.
-
- * fsinfo/fsi_lex.l (yyerror): use vfprintf.
-
- * fixmount/fixmount.8: this is not a section 8L man page.
-
- * doc/am-utils.texi (Hesiod maps): fixed typo.
-
- * amd/sched.c (do_task_notify): typo in comment.
-
- * amd/opts.c (expand_op): expand_error[] is a const char *.
-
- * amd/amd.c (main): use proper printf style to plog.
-
-2000-11-22 Erez Zadok <ezk@shekel.mcl.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- * libamu/mount_fs.c (mnt_flags, compute_nfs_args): recognize
- proplist mnttab flag. Bug fix from Wolfram Klaus
- <klaus@physik.fu-berlin.de>.
-
-2000-11-19 Erez Zadok <ezk@shekel.mcl.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- * updated config.guess, config.sub, and doc/texinfo.tex from
- mirrors
-
- * Makefile.am (update): proper updating of config.* and texinfo
- from mirrors.
-
- * aux/macros/check_nfs_prot_headers.m4: newer netbsd systems
- reports their system name as "netbsdelf" in config.guess.
-
-2000-11-13 Erez Zadok <ezk@shekel.mcl.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- * doc/am-utils.texi (opts Option): document new mount option
- "proplist"
-
- * include/am_compat.h: define amd mount option "proplist" if the
- system doesn't recognize it, but the NFS bit flag exists.
-
- * configure.in, acconfig.h: recognize/support "proplist" NFS mount
- option in Amd, useful under DU-4.0 to process ACLs over NFS
- mounts.
-
-2000-11-10 Ion Badulescu <ionut@moisil.dev.hydraweb.com>
-
- * conf/mount/mount_linux.c (mount_linux): removed unnecessary
- rsize/wsize defaults -- performance killers on 2.2.18+ and 2.4.0+
-
-2000-10-16 Erez Zadok <ezk@shekel.mcl.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- * scripts/am-eject.in: accept "cdrom" and "floppy" as arguments.
-
-2000-11-05 Ion Badulescu <ionut@moisil.dev.hydraweb.com>
-
- Too many changes to list them here. Here's a high level
- description:
-
- * Forward-ported the Linux fixes from 6.0.5pre
-
- * Got rid of a mountain of #ifdef DEBUG, replaced with smart
- header-file #ifdef's
-
- * and, the grand finale: initial Solaris 2.6 autofs
- support. Compiles, mounts, gets requests; all the
- infrastructure is in place to actually implement the calls. Linux
- autofs might be a bit broken, but only compile-time so it'll be
- easy to fix.
-
-2000-11-01 Erez Zadok <ezk@shekel.mcl.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- * MIRRORS (Note): added a mirror at ufl.edu
-
-2000-10-11 Erez Zadok <ezk@lorien.dev.hydraweb.com>
-
- * amq/amq.8: synchronize Amq's options with reality
-
- * amq/amq.c (main): synchronize Amq's usage() string with reality
-
-2000-10-10 Erez Zadok <ezk@shekel.mcl.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- * scripts/ctl-amd.in: add targets condrestart (redhat) and
- reload.
-
-2000-10-04 Erez Zadok <ezk@shekel.mcl.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- * scripts/lostaltmail.in (vrfy_user): ensure that MAILDIR is
- defined.
-
-2000-09-18 Erez Zadok <ezk@shekel.mcl.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- * amd/opts.c (backslash): Bell char (ASCII 007) should be \g, not
- \a.
-
-2000-09-17 Erez Zadok <ezk@shekel.mcl.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- * include/am_utils.h: removed unused field opt_autopref
-
- * amd/opts.c: removed unused variable $autopref
-
-2000-09-05 Erez Zadok <ezk@aladdin.dev.hydraweb.com>
-
- * conf/mtab/mtab_svr4.c (lockfile): function not needed unless
- MOUNT_TABLE_ON_FILE is defined.
- mtlckname static var is onlyneeded if MOUNT_TABLE_ON_FILE.
- (update_mnttab_fields): only needed if MOUNT_TABLE_ON_FILE.
-
-2000-09-03 Erez Zadok <ezk@shekel.mcl.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- * buildall (Usage): typo in usage string
-
-2000-08-25 Erez Zadok <ezk@lynn.soscorp.com>
-
- * conf/mount/mount_linux.c (mount_linux): MNT2_NFS_OPT_VER3 may
- is no defined on older Linux systems (kernel 2.0.36)
-
-2000-08-19 Erez Zadok <ezk@earth.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- * scripts/amd.conf.5: correct swapped descriptions for ldap_base
- and ldap_hostports.
-
- * doc/am-utils.texi: correct swapped descriptions for ldap_base
- and ldap_hostports.
-
- * scripts/amd.conf-sample: swap examples for ldap_base and
- ldap_hostports.
-
-2000-08-13 Erez Zadok <ezk@earth.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- * scripts/amd.conf-sample: -O is CLI equivalent to "os"
- amd.conf parameter
-
-2000-07-30 Erez Zadok <ezk@earth.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- * scripts/amd.conf-sample (nfs_retransmit_counter): correct
- meaning and use of parameter
-
-2000-07-23 Erez Zadok <ezk@shekel.mcl.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- * doc/am-utils.texi: updated URLs to www.am-utils.org.
-
-2000-07-04 Erez Zadok <ezk@shekel.mcl.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- * doc/am-utils.texi (Supported Platforms): document osf4.0f
-
-2000-06-19 Erez Zadok <ezk@vir.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- * doc/am-utils.texi (dollar Selector Variable): document
- ${dollar}.
-
- * amd/opts.c: special new variable ${dollar} which expands into a
- literal '$' sign. Otherwise there is no way to include a literal
- dollar symbol in an amd map.
-
-2000-06-11 Ion Badulescu <ib42@moisil.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- * amd/opts.c (eval_selectors): don't deref opt after it's been
- XFREE'd
-
-2000-06-11 Erez Zadok <ezk@earth.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- * amd/opts.c: move mount_type expansion until later in the list,
- so common variable are "hit" first.
-
-2000-06-11 Ion Badulescu <ib42@moisil.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- * amd/opts.c (split_opts, eval_selectors): split old function
- eval_opts into two, one that only splits non-selectors and
- assigns the values to fs_static, and one that only evaluates
- selectors; also simplified the rather obfuscated logic inside
- these functions
- (expand_op): made it take a char * instead of a structure from
- which it was using only one field (a char *). Also now returns a
- char * instead of modifying said structure in place
- (expand_opts): deal with the change above
- (expand_selectors): renamed from expand_key
- (expand_options): new function, expands non-selectors; it's the
- complement of expand_selectors, both of which are just wrappers
- around expand_op()
- (eval_fs_opts): use the new split_opts, eval_selectors to allow
- using options (like ${rhost}) in selectors
-
-2000-06-11 Ion Badulescu <ionut@moisil.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- * config.guess.long: munge config.guess' output so that intel
- linux appears as i386-pc-linux
-
-Fri Jun 9 16:06:56 2000 Erez Zadok <ezk@defiant.dev.hydraweb.com>
-
- * conf/nfs_prot/nfs_prot_bsdi2.h: getifaddrs() on bsdi2 is broken.
- Don't use it.
-
-2000-06-09 Rainer Orth <ro@TechFak.Uni-Bielefeld.DE>
-
- * amd/mapc.c (maptypes): Change default allocation mode to
- MAPC_INC where reload support is missing to avoid warning in
- mapc_create().
-
-2000-06-09 Erez Zadok <ezk@shekel.mcl.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- * conf/nfs_prot/nfs_prot_sunos5_5.h: turn off autofs support for
- solaris 2.5 until a full port can be done.
-
-2000-06-07 Erez Zadok <ezk@shekel.mcl.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- * Makefile.am, aux/GNUmakefile: fix maintainer rules to update
- config.* and texinfo.tex files.
-
- * amd/nfs_subr.c (nfsproc_getattr_2_svc): Don't conditionalize the
- mtime update of the symlinks on the SYMTTL option, but rather
- delay unmount of what was looked up using am_timeo_w. Patch from
- Nick Williams <Nick.Williams@msdw.com>. As Nick says "Basically:
- during unmount, increment the parent dir's mtime (fixes
- people doing amq -u). During stat, increase the TTL (to fix bad-luck
- timeouts), but leave the mtime alone."
-
- (nfsproc_lookup_2_svc, nfsproc_readlink_2_svc, unlink_or_rmdir,
- nfsproc_readdir_2_svc): correctly update d_drops stats for amq -s.
- Patch from Nick Williams <Nick.Williams@msdw.com>.
-
- * amd/map.c (unmount_mp): update mtime of amd symlink to further
- reduce the chances of race conditions between unmounting and
- looking up an entry again. Patch from Nick Williams
- <Nick.Williams@msdw.com>.
-
- * README: updated instructions
-
- * bootstrap: remove log file before existing
-
-2000-06-06 Erez Zadok <ezk@aladdin.dev.hydraweb.com>
-
- * configure.in: no longer using aux/ subdir. don't force autoconf
- 2.14. comment out (but leave explanation) everything that's needed
- for autoconf 2.14, so for now it works with autoconf-2.13, but the
- code is ready for 2.14 when it is released. Similar changes to
- make code work with automake-1.4, until the next release comes
- out.
-
- * libamu/Makefile.am: include definitions that are required in
- automake 1.4, but won't be necessary when the next release of
- automake comes out (see XXX comments).
-
- * cache_check_dynamic.m4, check_checkmount_style.m4,
- check_mnttab_style.m4, check_mount_style.m4,
- check_network_transport_type.m4, check_nfs_prot_headers.m4,
- check_umount_style.m4: use symlink creation code that works for
- both autoconf 2.13 and 2.14 (when the latter comes out).
-
- * bootstrap: new script for maintainers to run to update autoconf,
- automake, and libtool related files. Has the same effect as
- "buildall -K".
-
- * removed dependencies on CVS versions of autoconf, automake, and
- libtool, especially the modified automake I had. This is so that
- maintainers could built the auto* files out of the latest released
- GNU autoconf, automake, and libtool. However, without my nice
- patches to automake, many files that used to live in the aux/
- subdir now were moved to the top level source directory: acconfig.h,
- acinclude.m4, aclocal.m4, aux_conf.h.in, config.guess,
- config.guess.long, config.h.in, config.sub, configure.in, depcomp,
- install-sh, ltconfig, ltmain.sh, missing, and mkinstalldirs. Also
- texinfo.tex and mdate-sh moved from aux/ dir to doc/ dir.
-
-2000-06-05 Erez Zadok <ezk@shekel.mcl.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- * cvs-server.txt: instructions for maintainers to access the CVS
- server for am-utils.
-
-2000-06-03 Ion Badulescu <ionut@moisil.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- * amd/restart.c (restart): grr.. passing around initialized
- structures is *really* bad habit. memset(mo, 0) so at least we can
- test for NULL pointers...
-
-2000-06-02 Erez Zadok <ezk@shekel.mcl.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- * amd/am_ops.c (ops_match): changed XLOG_USER messages about
- merging addopts options to the more appropriate XLOG_INFO. Patch
- submitted by Tom Schmidt <tschmidt@micron.com>.
-
- * config.{guess,sub}: make sure chmod'ed a+rx. Updated from
- latest GNU copies.
-
-2000-05-30 Ion Badulescu <ionut@moisil.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- * aux/configure.in: bump up the version to 6.1a2
-
-2000-05-29 Ion Badulescu <ionut@moisil.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- * released snapshot am-utils-6.1a1
-
-2000-05-29 Ion Badulescu <ionut@moisil.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- * amd/ops_autofs.c (autofs_mounted): retrieve the autofs protocol
- version and store it in the fh
- (autofs_get_opts): support protocol version 4
-
- * amd/mntfs.c (uninit_mntfs): clear the autofs fh pointer after
- releasing it
-
- * conf/transp/transp_sockets.c (amu_svc_getcaller): cast result of
- svc_getcaller() to sockaddr_in, to appease glibc 2.2
-
- * amd/amfs_auto.c (amfs_auto_bgmount): if the filesystem wants
- autofs handling and the parent is already handled by autofs,
- handle this filesystem as well
- (amfs_auto_mount): create the mountpoint for an autofs mount
- (amfs_auto_umount): do a real UMOUNT_FS() call for autofs mounts
-
- * include/am_utils.h (FS_AUTOFS): new flag signalling that the
- filesystem wants autofs handling; toplvl, auto, host and direct
- have this flag, at least for now
-
-2000-05-28 Erez Zadok <ezk@mulberry.mcl.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- * doc/am-utils.texi (Network Filesystem Group): minor typos
-
-2000-05-28 Ion Badulescu <ionut@moisil.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- * amd/autil.c (am_unmounted): check mp->am_parent before dereferencing
-
- * amd/srvr_nfs.c (find_nfs_srvr): if NFS_SCALEDOWN, force
- version=2 and proto=udp and try again
-
- * amd/ops_nfs.c (prime_nfs_fhandle_cache): take an explicit mntfs
- instead of a voidp; handle the NFS_SCALEDOWN case by removing the
- cached server entry and re-querying the server
-
- * amd/amfs_toplvl.c (amfs_toplvl_mount): removed ugly if
- statement, assign mnttype from the fs-specific mf_ops->fs_type
- instead
-
- * amd/amfs_nfsx.c (amfs_nfsx_init): call fs_init() only if it's
- defined;
- (amfs_nfsx_remount): removed superfluous check for fmount_fs -- it
- always exists
- (amfs_nfsx_umount): removed the hacked am_node -- umounted() now
- takes an mntfs; call umounted() only if it's defined
-
- * amd/amfs_auto.c: removed amfs_auto_umounted and moved its
- functionality into am_umounted().
- (amfs_auto_cont): Linux hack: if we got an EINVAL, mark the mntfs
- as needing an "NFS scaledown" and retry the operation
-
- * amd/amfs_*.c: changed all fmount/fumount functions to
- mount/umount and made them take an am_node instead of an
- mntfs. This is a first step towards an amfs/ops API separation.
-
- * amd/{amfs,ops}_*.c: changed the umounted() function to take an
- mntfs instead of an am_node
-
-2000-05-28 Ion Badulescu <ionut@moisil.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- * amd/amfs_toplvl.c (mount_amfs_toplvl): init error to 0 to shut
- up gcc
-
- * aux/macros/check_hide_mount_type.m4: revert to the 6.0 version
- which always defines HIDE_MOUNT_TYPE
-
- * amd/ops_autofs.c (autofs_mounted): remove MFF_AUTOFS
- initialization -- now done in init_mntfs()
-
- * amd/mntfs.c (init_mntfs): init mf_flags to MFF_AUTOFS if we are
- mounting an autofs-style map
-
- * amd/*.c: use the MFF_AUTOFS flag instead of doing a costly STREQ
-
- * amd/amfs_toplvl.c (mount_amfs_toplvl): MTYPE_TYPE is not
- necessarily a string type, so handle the nfs/autofs separation
- differently
-
- * amd/amfs_auto.c (amfs_auto_bgmount): removed initialization of
- opt_mount_type (now done in ops_match())
-
- * amd/am_ops.c (ops_match): need to initialize opt_mount_type if
- it's not initialized yet
-
-2000-05-27 Erez Zadok <ezk@shekel.mcl.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- * libamu/wire.c (getwire_lookup): handle calling irs_gen_acc with
- one or two arguments (bsdi3 vs. bsdi4)
-
-2000-05-27 Ion Badulescu <ib42@chestnut.mcl.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- * libamu/xutil.c (amu_release_controlling_tty): removed an unused
- variable from the previous patch
-
-2000-05-26 Ion Badulescu <ionut@moisil.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- * aux/macros/check_autofs_style.m4: fixed substitution for default
- case
-
- * libamu/xutil.c (amu_release_controlling_tty): close standard
- file descriptors, re-open them as /dev/null
-
- * include/am_defs.h: don't try to include both <ndbm.h> and
- <db1/ndbm.h>, it really doesn't work
-
-2000-05-16 Ion Badulescu <ib42@earth.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- * hlfsd/stubs.c (nfsproc_lookup_2_svc): added code to update mtime
- on lookup if MNT2_NFS_OPT_SYMTTL is not defined (copied from
- getattr). This fixes the problem introduced by the Linux nfsv3
- patches.
-
-2000-05-12 Ion Badulescu <ionut@moisil.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- * Makefile.am (EXTRA_DIST_CONF): added conf/autofs/autofs_linux.h
-
-2000-05-10 Ion Badulescu <ib42@earth.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- * amd/ops_autofs.c (autofs_handle_fdset): call
- autofs_lookup_failed instead of autofs_mount_failed, if the name
- is not in the map
- (autofs_umount_{succeeded,failed}): pass the actual mount point,
- not its parent, as it's needed for clean-up;
-
- * amd/autil.c (am_unmounted): notify autofs that the umount
- succeeded
-
- * amd/amfs_link.c (amfs_link_[u]mount): autofs link notification
- moved elsewhere
-
-2000-05-09 Ion Badulescu <ionut@moisil.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- * amd/amfs_auto.c (amfs_auto_bgmount): initialize opt_mount_type
- if necessary;
- (amfs_auto_mounted): test if opt_mount_type is NULL first
- (amfs_auto_mount): revert earlier change
-
- * amd/ops_autofs.c (autofs_mount_failed): remove autofs directory
- if mount failed
-
-2000-05-09 Ion Badulescu <ionut@moisil.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- * amd/ops_autofs.c (autofs_link_mount): use am_link as target
-
- * amd/map.c (unmount_mp): release file handle for autofs f/s about
- to be unmounted; this leak was preventing the unmount altogether
-
- * amd/amfs_auto.c (amfs_auto_umount): removed autofs-specific
- code, was broken
- (amfs_auto_bgmount): nfs mounts + sublinks is a valid combination,
- handle it
-
-2000-05-07 Ion Badulescu <ib42@moisil.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- * Merged changes from stable branch
-
-2000-04-30 Erez Zadok <ezk@beetle.mcl.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- * include/am_defs.h, aux/macros/mount_headers.m4,
- aux/macros/try_compile_anyfs.m4: include linux/kdev_t.h and
- linux/list.h before including linux/fs.h, and define __KERNEL__
- for those two headers. All of this to get a couple of definitions
- that are needed in the new struct vfsmount.
-
- * aux/configure.in: look for <linux/kdev_t.h> and <linux/list.h>.
-
- * include/am_defs.h, aux/macros/mount_headers.m4: avoid conflicts
- between linux/in.h. and netinet/in.h (linux-2.3.99-pre6), by
- defining _LINUX_IN_H so it doesn't get included.
-
-2000-04-03 Erez Zadok <ezk@shekel.mcl.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- * minor new ports: i686-pc-linux-gnu-rh6.2,
- i386-unknown-freebsdelf3.4, i586-pc-linux-gnu-rh6.2.
-
-2000-04-03 Erez Zadok <ezk@vir.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- * aux/acconfig.h: move all #undef macros above @TOP@, so they can
- be recognized by pickier autoconf.
-
-2000-04-03 Erez Zadok <ezk@shekel.mcl.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- * aux/macros/cache_check_dynamic.m4 (ac_tmp): use correct echo -n
- or \c.
-
-2000-03-25 Erez Zadok <ezk@beetle.mcl.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- * include/am_defs.h: ditto
-
- * aux/macros/{mount_headers,try_compile_anyfs}.m4: force
- non-inclusion of <linux/string.h>. Breaks build on newer 2.3
- kernels.
-
-2000-02-26 Erez Zadok <ezk@shekel.mcl.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- * doc/am-utils.texi (Amq -w option): document new amq -w option.
-
- * amq/amq.8: document new amq -w option.
-
- * amq/amq.c: disable last remains of insecure amq -M code.
- (main): add amq -H option to show usage.
- (main): new amq -w option, translates getpwd() into an amd path.
-
-2000-02-25 Ion Badulescu <ionut@moisil.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- * libamu/util.c (get_server_pid): new function
-
- * hlfsd/hlfsd.c (main): make use of HIDE_MOUNT_TYPE
-
- * conf/transp/transp_sockets.c: removed create_autofs_service
-
- * conf/mount/mount_linux.c: added autofs mount options; split
- mount_linux into two functions, itself and do_mount_linux
-
- * aux/macros/check_hide_mount_type.m4: better failover
-
- * aux/configure.in: changed version to 6.1a1; added
- AC_CHECK_AUTOFS_STYLE
-
- * aux/aux_conf.h.in: added @am_utils_autofs_style@
-
- * amd/opts.c: added "mount_type" option
-
- * amd/ops_autofs.c: ifdef-ed out solaris code; moved all autofs
- variables in here; split create_autofs_service into sun and linux
- specific functions
-
- * amd/nfs_start.c: removed autofs-specific variables
-
- * amd/map.c (get_root_nfs_fh): renamed root_fh to get_root_nfs_fh
- (get_root_ap): renamed root_ap to get_root_ap
-
- * amd/amfs_toplvl.c (amfs_toplvl_ops): replaced
- amfs_toplvl_mounted with amfs_auto_mounted
- (mount_amfs_toplvl): moved code around, added autofs handling
- (amfs_toplvl_mounted): removed
-
- * amd/amfs_nfsl.c (amfs_nfsl_ops): removed amfs_auto_fu?mount,
- replaced with amfs_nfsl_u?mount
-
- * amd/amfs_linkx.c (amfs_linkx_ops): removed amfs_auto_fumount,
- replaced with amfs_link_umount
-
- * amd/amfs_link.c (amfs_link_ops): removed amfs_auto_fu?mount,
- replaced with amfs_link_u?mount
-
- * amd/amfs_direct.c (amfs_direct_ops): changed "mounted" function
- from amfs_toplvl_mounted to amfs_auto_mounted
-
- * all: added autofs hooks throughout the code
-
- * amd/am_ops.c (vops): autofs_ops doesn't belong in here, removed
-
- * README.autofs: linux status update
-
-2000-02-24 Erez Zadok <ezk@shekel.mcl.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- * minor new port: alphaev6-dec-osf5.0
-
- * doc/am-utils.texi (Supported Platforms): hpux-11 supports NFSv3,
- but only for UDP.
-
- * released snapshot am-utils-6.0.4s3
-
- * conf/nfs_prot/nfs_prot_hpux11.h: support NFSv3 in hpux-11. Note
- that hpux-11 NFSv3 supports UDP only, and trying TCP locks up the
- kernel! Must set nfs_proto=udp in amd.conf [global].
-
- * aux/config.guess.long: set and export PATH separately. DU5
- /bin/sh doesn't like setting it on the command line in a
- back-tick'ed `script`.
-
-2000-02-24 Ion Badulescu <ionut@moisil.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- * Makefile.am: removed struct_nfs_mount_data.m4
-
- * aux/macros/struct_nfs_mount_data.m4: deleted
-
- * aux/acconfig.h: removed definition for HAVE_NFS_MOUNT_DATA
-
- * aux/configure.in: removed check for struct nfs_mount_data
-
-2000-02-24 Ion Badulescu <ib42@beetle.mcl.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- * amd/amfs_auto.c (amfs_auto_bgmount): changed log message to
- avoid having 'failed' in a message not indicating a failure
- (amfs_auto_lookuppn): ditto
-
- * amd/ops_autofs.c (autofs_bgmount): ditto
- (autofs_lookuppn): ditto
-
-2000-02-24 Erez Zadok <ezk@shekel.mcl.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- * added .cvsignore files into the CVS repository.
-
- * remove files which can be regenerated: .in, configure, some
- files in aux/, and more.
-
-2000-02-20 Erez Zadok <ezk@shekel.mcl.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- * doc/am-utils.texi (nfs_vers/nfs_proto): description of two
- parameters was reversed. Reported by Paul Jenner
- <p.jenner@eim.surrey.ac.uk>.
-
-2000-02-16 Erez Zadok <ezk@shekel.mcl.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- * released snapshot am-utils-6.0.4s2
-
- * amd/mntfs.c (realloc_mntfs): don't fallback on certain ops such
- as inherit, error, and toplvl (failover code).
-
- * amd/conf.c (gopt_nfs_vers, gopt_nfs_proto): two new (documented)
- global options in amd.conf: one to set the NFS version globally
- (i.e., nfs_vers=2), and one to set the NFS protocol globally
- (i.e., nfs_proto=udp).
-
- * amd/mntfs.c (realloc_mntfs): attempt to fix the failover code,
- so when a matching mount entry failed, try the next one.
-
-2000-02-15 Erez Zadok <ezk@moisil.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- * amd/amfs_auto.c: a new debug option "readdir" to trace the
- progress of the browsable_dirs code.
-
- * conf/mount/mount_linux.c (mount_linux): ensure that the new
- linux NFSv3 code works for v2-only machines.
-
-2000-02-14 Erez Zadok <ezk@shekel.mcl.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- * aux/configure.in: cleanup unused dnl entries.
-
- * conf/mount/mount_linux.c (parse_opts): typo: check for string
- equality, not string inequality for pcfs and cdfs.
-
- * aux/acconfig.h: look for MNT2_NFS_OPT_INTR as well.
-
- * libamu/mount_fs.c (compute_mount_flags): check for INTR and
- NOINTR options as well (intr was never passed to linux mount
- syscall).
-
-2000-02-10 Erez Zadok <ezk@shekel.mcl.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- * released snapshot am-utils-6.0.4s1
-
- * aux/GNUmakefile: buildall -k (for maintainers) temporarily now
- ignores autoconf warnings: "The macro `AC_OUTPUT_COMMANDS' is
- obsolete". It is harmless but annoying, and will be fixed when
- autoconf and automake in their respective CVS trees are working
- and in sync again.
-
- * scripts/amd.conf.5: document -D hrtime,xdrtrace
-
- * all man pages: update copyright to 2000.
-
- * doc/am-utils.texi: update copyright to 2000.
-
-Wed Feb 9 14:22:31 2000 Rainer Orth <ro@TechFak.Uni-Bielefeld.DE>
-
- * include/am_utils.h (D_XDRTRACE): Define.
- (D_TEST): Disable here.
-
- * libamu/xutil.c (dbg_opt): Handle it.
-
- * doc/am-utils.texi (-D-Option): Document it.
-
- * libamu/xdr_func.c: Use it instead of D_TRACE.
-
- * include/am_utils.h (D_HRTIME): Define.
-
- * doc/am-utils.texi (-D-Option): Document it.
-
- * libamu/xutil.c (show_time_host_and_name): Print high-resolution
- timestamp if available and activated.
-
- * aux/configure.in (clock_gettime): Check for it in -lrt and
- -lposix4.
-
- * hlfsd/hlfsd.c (mnttab_file_name): Initialize to MNTTAB_FILE_NAME
- if defined, even for some systems with in kernel mount tables.
-
-2000-02-08 Ion Badulescu <ionut@moisil.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- * aux/macros/mount_headers.m4: remove #if 0 around linux/nfs.h to
- allow compiles against libc5
-
- * aux/macros/check_mnttab_type.m4: avoid detecting nfs3 under
- linux when the kernel doesn't support it
-
- * include/am_compat.h: add workaround for linux efs
-
-2000-02-08 Erez Zadok <ezk@shekel.mcl.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- * aux/configure.in: test for ANSI C compiler (before AC_C_CONST).
- Comment out unused AC_STRUCT_ST_RDEV (which is obsolete anyway).
-
-2000-02-07 Ion Badulescu <ionut@moisil.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- * libamu/mount_fs.c (compute_nfs_args): turn on VER3 option for
- nfs (linux NFSv3).
-
- * include/am_defs.h: avoid reinclusion of some header files under
- linux.
-
- * conf/nfs_prot/nfs_prot_linux.h: support NFSv3.
-
- * conf/mount/mount_linux.c (mount_linux): support nfs mount
- (implementation) version 4 for NFSv3.
-
- * aux/macros/try_compile_nfs.m4: use AC_MOUNT_HEADERS.
-
- * aux/macros/mount_headers.m4: don't include <linux/fs.h> (may
- need to fix the code on other linux machines).
-
- * aux/macros/check_mnttab_type.m4 (ac_safe): ditto.
-
- * aux/macros/check_fs_mntent.m4 (ac_safe): check for nfs3 option
- under linux (depends on ac_cv variable, is that a good idea?)
-
- * added NFSv3 support for linux
-
- * aux/{configure.in,acconfig.h}: new option ver3
-
- * aux/macros/mount_headers.m4: commented out inclusion of
- linux/fs.h, it's not needed on rh61 (and actually generates
- conflicts), we should see if it's still needed on libc5 systems
-
- * aux/macros/try_compile_nfs.m4: use AC_MOUNT_HEADERS rather than
- try to have its own (out of date) list of headers and ifdef's and
- ...
-
-2000-02-07 Erez Zadok <ezk@shekel.mcl.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- *******************************************************************
- *** Released am-utils-6.0.3 ***
- *******************************************************************
-
-2000-02-06 Erez Zadok <ezk@shekel.mcl.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- * conf/mount/mount_default.c: dummy empty file to work around a
- limitation of automake (it looks for LIBBOBJS in aclocal.m4 and
- processes them even if they are optional, enclosed in if/else).
-
-2000-01-29 Erez Zadok <ezk@shekel.mcl.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- * released snapshot am-utils-6.0.3s5
-
-2000-01-25 Erez Zadok <ezk@shekel.mcl.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- * update to use latest version of autoconf, automake, and libtool.
-
- * aux/GNUmakefile (depcomp): "make update" should also update the
- depcomp script.
-
- * Makefile.am (EXTRA_DIST_AUX): include depcomp in distribution.
-
- * aux/configure.in: use renamed AC_CHECK_AMU_FS.
-
- * aux/macros/check_amu_fs.m4: renamed macro name and file name to
- say AMU_FS, not AM_FS.
-
- * aux/acconfig.h: renamed HAVE_AM_FS_* to HAVE_AMU_FS_* because
- latest version of autoconf doesn't handle it (bug in 2.14a)
-
- * aux/configure.in: require version 2.14 of autoconf.
-
- * amd/mapc.c (mapc_reload_map): more fixes from Nick Williams.
-
- * doc/am-utils.texi (Automount Filesystem): document type:=auto
- map browsability option.
-
- * amd/mapc.c (make_entry_chain): patch from Steven Danz
- <sdanz@awc.kc.noaa.gov> to allow browsable auto maps.
-
-2000-01-24 Erez Zadok <ezk@shekel.mcl.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- * released snapshot am-utils-6.0.3s4
-
- * amd/mapc.c (mapc_reload_map): fixes to sync maps even if they
- are set to mapcache:=sync. Fix from Nick Williams
- <Nick.Williams@msdw.com>.
-
-2000-01-20 Erez Zadok <ezk@shekel.mcl.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- * released snapshot am-utils-6.0.3s3
-
- * minor port to i386-unknown-netbsd1.4.1
-
- * amd/nfs_subr.c (nfsproc_getattr_2_svc): patch from Nick Williams
- <Nick.Williams@msdw.com> to fix (or reduce the incidence of) stale
- file handles when doing rapid mounts and umounts in succession
- such as "ls /vol/foo ; amq -u /vol/foo ; ls /vol/foo"
-
-2000-01-18 Erez Zadok <ezk@shekel.mcl.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- * minor port to i386-pc-bsdi4.1.
-
-2000-01-13 Erez Zadok <ezk@shekel.mcl.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- * libamu/wire.c (getwire_lookup): pass NULL as conf_file (2nd)
- argument to irs_gen_acc(), which was changed in bsdi 4.1.
-
-2000-01-12 Erez Zadok <ezk@shekel.mcl.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- * amd/get_args.c (get_args): don't use MNTTAB_FILE_NAME for
- systems with in-kernel mount tables unless this macro is defined
- (Solaris 8).
-
-2000-01-01 Erez Zadok <ezk@shekel.mcl.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- * ALL: bump copyright year to 2000.
-
-1999-12-16 Erez Zadok <ezk@shekel.mcl.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- * conf/mount/mount_svr4.c (mount_svr4): optionstr exists on
- solaris 7, but should not be used unless MAX_MNTOPT_STR also
- exists (solaris 8).
-
- * doc/am-utils.texi (opts Option): document new mount option:
- optionstr.
-
-Fri Dec 10 01:31:53 1999 Rainer Orth <ro@TechFak.Uni-Bielefeld.DE>
-
- * conf/trap/trap_svr4.h (MOUNT_TRAP): Pass mount option string to
- mount_svr4().
- (mount_svr4): Adapt prototype.
- * conf/mount/mount_svr4.c (mount_svr4): Pass them to kernel so
- they are evaluated and show up in Solaris 8 in-kernel mnttab.
-
- * aux/configure.in: Check for new Solaris 8 MS_OPTIONSTR mount(2)
- option.
- * aux/acconfig.h (MNT2_GEN_OPT_OPTIONSTR): Provide template.
-
-1999-12-10 Erez Zadok <ezk@shekel.mcl.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- * released snapshot am-utils-6.0.3s2
-
-1999-12-09 Erez Zadok <ezk@shekel.mcl.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- * doc/am-utils.texi (opts Option): document noexec and nomnttab
- (new to Solaris 8).
-
- * Makefile.am (EXTRA_DIST_CONF): include nfs_prot_sunos5_8.h in
- distribution.
-
- * applied fixes from Rainer Orth for Solaris 8.
-
- * libamu/wire.c (getwire): increment the cp pointer in the loop
- body, because the ioctl() inside the "for" loop will overwrite the
- ifr structure, thus not detecting all of the interfaces. Bug
- reported and fixed by Amitha Perera <perera@cs.rpi.edu>.
-
-Thu Dec 9 19:09:38 1999 Rainer Orth <ro@TechFak.Uni-Bielefeld.DE>
-
- * conf/mtab/mtab_svr4.c (unlockmnttab, lockmnttab): No-ops if
- MOUNT_TABLE_ON_FILE.
-
- * amd/get_args.c (get_args): Initialize mnttab_file_name even for
- in-kernel mount table. conf/mtab/mtab_svr4.c (read_mtab) depends
- on a non-NULL value.
-
- * amd/info_ldap.c (get_ldap_timestamp): Don't peek into opaque
- LDAP structure to get error code, but use it directly.
- (amu_ldap_search): Likewise.
-
- * conf/nfs_prot/nfs_prot_sunos5_7.h: Rip superfluous and wrong
- ldap support.
- * conf/nfs_prot/nfs_prot_sunos5_8.h: Likewise.
-
- * conf/nfs_prot/nfs_prot_sunos5_8.h: New file, doesn't typedef
- nfsstat, already in <nfs/nfs.h>.
- * aux/macros/check_nfs_prot_headers.m4: Use it for all Solaris
- versions beyond 7.
- Allow for micro versions of SunOS 5.[67].
-
- * aux/configure.in: Check for new Solaris 8 Beta Refresh
- MS_NOMNTTAB mount(2) option.
- * aux/macros/check_mnttab_location.m4: Use it to test for
- mntfs-based in-kernel mnttab.
-
- * aux/macros/os_cflags.m4: Treat Solaris 8 and higher like 2.6/7.
-
- * aux/macros/check_fs_headers.m4: Revert test for duplicate
- objects.
- * aux/macros/check_fs_mntent.m4: Likewise
-
- * aux/macros/HEADER: Fixed typo.
-
- * include/am_defs.h: Likewise.
-
-1999-12-01 Erez Zadok <ezk@shekel.mcl.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- * aux/macros/*.m4: prepare for hpux-12 (assume same as hpux-11)
-
-1999-11-16 Erez Zadok <ezk@shekel.mcl.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- * BUGS: document glibc-2.1 nis file descriptor leak in yp_bind.
-
- * amd/info_ldap.c (string2he): updated function which does not
- corrupt strings when called more than once. Patch from
- JOHANN.PFEFFERL.JP@germany.agfa.com.
-
-1999-11-15 Erez Zadok <ezk@shekel.mcl.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- * MIRRORS (Asia): two new mirrors in Japan.
-
-1999-11-10 Erez Zadok <ezk@kosh.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- * doc/am-utils.texi: document new variables for ${uid} and ${gid}.
-
- * amd/nfs_subr.c (nfsproc_lookup_2_svc): find the uid/gid of the
- last lookup from the RPC credentials.
-
- * aux/configure.in: upped version-info to 4:0:2 because I've added
- a new interface to libamu.
-
- * libamu/misc_rpc.c (getcreds): moved function from hlfsd to here,
- so it can be used by amd.
-
- * amd/opts.c: new variables ${uid} and ${gid}.
-
-1999-10-15 Erez Zadok <ezk@shekel.mcl.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- * scripts/ctl-amd.in: add "status" command that tells you if amd
- is running on not (same output as RedHat scripts).
- Added start_msg and stop_msg targets as they are used on HPUX.
- reported by Jon Peatfield <J.S.Peatfield@damtp.cam.ac.uk>.
-
-1999-10-13 Erez Zadok <ezk@shekel.mcl.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- * released snapshot am-utils-6.0.3s1
-
-1999-10-12 Erez Zadok <ezk@shekel.mcl.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- * amd/amd.c (main): On AIX you must lower the stack size using
- ulimit() before calling plock. Otherwise plock will reserve a lot
- of memory space based on your maximum stack size limit. Since it
- is not easily possible to tell what should the limit be, I print a
- warning before calling plock(). See the manual pages for
- ulimit(1,3,4) on your AIX system.
-
- * include/am_defs.h: define default extern for vsnprintf()
-
- * aux/configure.in: check for extern definition for vsnprintf()
-
-1999-10-08 Erez Zadok <ezk@shekel.mcl.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- * amd/amfs_auto.c (amfs_auto_bgmount): patch from Nick Williams
- <njw@ms.com>. SYMPTOMS: 'occasionally' sublinks do not point to
- the correct location, but to the top level of the mountpoint and
- an (error-hook) is seen being mounted in the log file. This causes
- things to Go Wrong(TM).
- CAUSE: When evaluating two locations which are requested
- 'practically simultaneously', and the two locations resolve to the
- same NFS mountpoint (but different sublinks), the later request
- will be "deferred" and retried after wakeup when the first mount
- succeeds. To do this, it rewinds the options location string to
- re-evaluate the location when the mount is retried. However, it
- shouldn't rewind the options for two reasons: (a) the semantics of
- the map language say you shouldn't and (b) the NFS mount reference
- is not reset at the same time, meaning that on the retry it will
- have an options structure out-of-sync with the mount
- structure. The "shortcut" code when retrying the mount sees the
- mount structure is already filled in and does not fully evaluate
- the options structure.... so if the first location is not the one
- which ties in with the mountpoint (see ordering in the
- recreate-by), you're now well messed up.
-
- * BUGS: mention aix4.3 plock() bug (memory usage blows up and
- plock fails)
-
-1999-10-07 Erez Zadok <ezk@shekel.mcl.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- * aux/GNUmakefile: certain files should be copied if they are
- newer, not also if they are bigger: install-sh, ltconfig,
- ltmain.sh, mdate-sh, missing, mkinstalldirs, and texinfo.tex.
-
- * minor new port: i586-pc-linux-gnu-rh6.1 (RedHat Linux 6.1)
-
-1999-10-05 Erez Zadok <ezk@shekel.mcl.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- * aux/macros/check_nfs_prot_headers.m4: prepare for OSF-5.
-
- * aux/macros/check_nfs_fh_dref.m4: prepare for Tru64, aka OSF-5.
-
-1999-09-30 Erez Zadok <ezk@shekel.mcl.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- *******************************************************************
- *** Released am-utils-6.0.2 ***
- *******************************************************************
-
-1999-09-27 Erez Zadok <ezk@shekel.mcl.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- * conf/mount/mount_linux.c (mount_linux): print the updated mount
- flags.
-
- * doc/am-utils.texi: document $full_os and $vendor.
-
- * scripts/amd.conf-sample: examples of $full_os and $vendor.
-
- * scripts/amd.conf.5: document $full_os and $vendor.
-
- * amd/conf.c: add support for $full_os and $vendor.
-
-1999-09-26 Erez Zadok <ezk@shekel.mcl.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- * doc/am-utils.texi (netgrp Selector Function): don't give
- examples with old single '=' assignment variable. Use foo:=bar.
-
- * amd/amfs_auto.c (amfs_auto_bgmount): corectly indent long
- comment describing this complex function.
-
- * doc/Makefile.am (alldocs): do install-ps last (because distiller
- is slow) and install-html next to last (because texi2html is also
- slow).
-
- * amd/amd.8: Major fixes to the description of the option -t
- timeout.retransmit.
-
- * doc/am-utils.texi: better description of "trace" debug option.
- amd -H (not -v) shows log_options and debug_options. Major fixes
- to the description of amd -t timeout.retransmit, and the amd.conf
- parameters nfs_retransmit_counter and nfs_retry_interval.
-
- * scripts/amd.conf.5: better description of "trace" debug option.
- amd -H (not -v) shows log_options and debug_options. Major fixes
- to the description of the parameters nfs_retransmit_counter and
- nfs_retry_interval.
-
-1999-09-25 Erez Zadok <ezk@shekel.mcl.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- * doc/am-utils.texi (Automount Filesystem): cache:= is not a mount
- option, but a mount map option.
-
- * libamu/xutil.c (switch_to_logfile): log the name of the log file
- we switched into, after the log file had been [re]opened.
-
-1999-09-24 Erez Zadok <ezk@shekel.mcl.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- * amd/mapc.c (mapc_reload_map): count and show the number of times
- a map was reloaded. Only reload a map if its modify-time was
- updated. But amq -f forced a reload no matter what.
-
- * amd/amd.h: new flag to struct mnt_map to count number of times a
- map was reloaded.
-
- * amd/mapc.c (mapc_reload_map): attempt to reload the map without
- losing current data by reloading into a temp copy, and switching
- the hashes round only if the reload was successful. Patch from Jon
- Peatfield <J.S.Peatfield@damtp.cam.ac.uk>.
- (mapc_sync): mapc_reload_map() always succeeds.
-
-1999-09-22 Erez Zadok <ezk@shekel.mcl.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- * amd/info_ldap.c (amu_ldap_rebind): don't busy-loop trying to
- rebind to an LDAP server forever. Try up to 10 times.
-
- * fsinfo/fsi_lex.l (yyerror): rework code that will never happen
-
- * released snapshot am-utils-6.0.2s2
-
- * aux/configure.in: bumped library version-info to 3:2:1, since
- some libamu code got changed.
-
- * libamu/xutil.c (real_plog): use vsnprintf, not vsprintf, which
- is better and more secure. Fix from "David O'Brien"
- <obrien@NUXI.com>.
-
- * aux/configure.in: check for vsnprintf.
-
-1999-09-21 Erez Zadok <ezk@shekel.mcl.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- * aux/macros/linux_headers.m4: use AC_MSG_ERROR.
-
- * aux/macros/opt_{cppflags,ldflags,libs,amu_cflags}.m4: the ARG is
- not optional. Make sure ARG is supplied else flag an error.
-
-1999-09-18 Erez Zadok <ezk@shekel.mcl.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- * minor port i386-unknown-freebsdelf3.3
-
- * released snapshot am-utils-6.0.2s1
-
-1999-09-17 Erez Zadok <ezk@shekel.mcl.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- * aux/configure.in (AC_CHECK_FUNCS): check for getitimer().
-
- * include/am_defs.h: extern definition for getitimer().
-
- * aux/configure.in: use AC_CHECK_EXTERNS. Look for getitimer()
- extern.
-
- * aux/macros/check_extern.m4: define a simple AC_CHECK_EXTERNS
- that calls AC_CHECK_EXTERN in a loop. This saves repeated code in
- configure.
-
- * aux/macros/type_auth_create_gidlist.m4: AIX 4.x systems use
- 'int' as the 5th arg to authunix_create().
-
- * aux/macros/type_recvfrom_fromlen.m4: all AIX 4.x systems use a
- size_t for the 6th arg of recvfrom().
-
- * aux/macros/os_cflags.m4: define _XOPEN_EXTENDED_SOURCE for
- aix4.x systems.
-
- * libamu/mount_fs.c (print_nfs_args): cast some values to int, to
- avoid gcc -Wall errors.
-
- * scripts/expn.in: use sockaddr_in(), not pack() to correctly fill
- in a struct sockaddr_in. On Solaris x86 hosts, using pack()
- results in byte-misaligned values. Bug fix from Jeffrey C Honig
- <jch@BSDI.COM>.
-
- * libamu/mount_fs.c (compute_automounter_mount_flags): turn on
- automntfs (ignore on bsdi-4.1) flag.
- (compute_automounter_nfs_args): ditto.
-
- * aux/acconfig.h: add new flag for automntfs (ignore)
-
- * aux/configure.in: check for new automntfs flag (bsdi-4.1).
-
-1999-09-14 Erez Zadok <ezk@shekel.mcl.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- * MIRRORS: added new site in Germany. Updated status of umn.edu
- and ferginc.com, who may no longer be mirroring am-utils.
-
-1999-09-08 Erez Zadok <ezk@shekel.mcl.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- *******************************************************************
- *** Released am-utils-6.0.1 ***
- *******************************************************************
-
-1999-09-08 Erez Zadok <ezk@cs.columbia.edu>
-
- * aux/macros/mount_headers.m4: bsdi-2.1 needs MAXQUOTAS and struct
- netexport defined.
-
- * aux/macros/try_compile_anyfs.m4: bsdi-2.1 needs MAXQUOTAS and
- struct netexport defined.
-
-1999-09-07 Erez Zadok <ezk@shekel.mcl.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- * aux/macros/check_field.m4 (ac_upcase_var_name): include
- <ifaddrs.h> so we can detect fields within struct ifaddrs.
-
- * libamu/wire.c (getwire): bsdi-2.1 uses a second arg to
- getifaddrs() and struct ifaddrs has no ifa_next field.
-
- * aux/configure.in: check if 'struct ifaddrs' has a field
- ifa_next.
-
- * include/amq_defs.h (AMQ_STRLEN): double size of amq string
- length to 2048 bytes.
-
- * conf/nfs_prot/nfs_prot_netbsd1_4.h: include several more nfs
- header files and ufs/ufs/ufsmount.h. Bug reported by <Christos
- Zoulas> christos@zoulas.com.
-
- * aux/macros/try_compile_anyfs.m4: include <ufs/ufs/ufsmount.h>.
- Bug reported by <Christos Zoulas> christos@zoulas.com.
-
- * aux/macros/mount_headers.m4: include <ufs/ufs/ufsmount.h>
-
-1999-09-06 Erez Zadok <ezk@shekel.mcl.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- * libamu/xutil.c (expand_error): use strerror if available instead
- of sys_errlist. Bug reported by <Christos Zoulas>
- christos@zoulas.com.
-
- * hlfsd/hlfsd.c (fatal): use strerror if available instead of
- sys_errlist.
-
- * amq/amq.c (show_mi): use strerror if available instead of
- sys_errlist.
-
- * aux/macros/check_nfs_prot_headers.m4: make sure netbsd1.4
- nfs_prot header is used for any future (1.5 etc.) netbsd systems.
-
- * amq/pawd.c (find_mt): check for type nfsl as well. Fix from
- "Andrew J. Korty" <ajk@purdue.edu>
-
-1999-08-29 Erez Zadok <ezk@shekel.mcl.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- * doc/am-utils.texi (Supported Platforms): updates for redhat
- systems.
-
- * INSTALL: updates for redhat systems.
-
- * libamu/wire.c (getwire_lookup): spell "succeeded" correctly
-
-1999-08-28 Erez Zadok <ezk@shekel.mcl.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- * scripts/ctl-amd.in: sleep 1 second between killing amd and
- restarting it, because amq may respond that amd is down, where in
- fact it is still trying to unmount itself after unmapping itself
- from the portmapper.
-
- * aux/config.guess.long: new script to print long version of
- config.guess output.
-
- * buildall (host_alias): use long version of config.guess.
-
-1999-08-27 Erez Zadok <ezk@shekel.mcl.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- * scripts/ctl-{amd,hlfsd}.in: update RH tags for start/stop
- scripts.
-
-1999-08-24 Erez Zadok <ezk@shekel.mcl.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- * released snapshot am-utils-6.0.1s11
-
- * libamu/xutil.c (expand_error): make sure expanding the string
- with textual version of errno doesn't overrun the 1024 bytes
- buffer.
- (real_plog): null terminate msg, just in case.
-
- * amq/amq.c (main): don't getopt -M option and don't process it
- unless ENABLE_AMQ_MOUNT is on.
-
- * amd/amq_svc.c (amq_program_1): all code that relates to amq -M
- is conditional on #ifdef ENABLE_AMQ_MOUNT.
-
- * amd/amq_subr.c: remove amqproc_mount_1_svc() function invoked
- when amq -M code is disabled. Not taking any chances.
-
-1999-08-23 Erez Zadok <ezk@shekel.mcl.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- * released snapshot am-utils-6.0.1s10
-
-Sun Aug 22 16:18:59 1999 Erez Zadok <ezk@subzero.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- * libamu/wire.c (getwire_lookup): if getnetbyaddr failed (e.g., on
- 128.59.16.0), try to shift the network out of zeros (e.g.,
- 128.59.16) and try again. Irix 6.4 requires short network
- numbers.
-
-1999-08-22 Erez Zadok <ezk@shekel.mcl.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- * libamu/wire.c (getwire_lookup): correctly compute subnet using
- netmask.
-
- * libamu/mount_fs.c (compute_automounter_nfs_args): require that
- Amd's own NFS mounts use reserved ports (if possible). IP packet
- security fix from Jeffrey C Honig <jch@BSDI.COM>.
-
- * conf/transp/transp_tli.c (create_autofs_service): use correct
- autofs_port. IP packet security fix from Jeffrey C Honig
- <jch@BSDI.COM>.
-
- * conf/transp/transp_sockets.c (bindnfs_port): remove unnecessary
- function. IP packet security fix from Jeffrey C Honig
- <jch@BSDI.COM>.
- (create_nfs_service): use bind_resv_port() directly. ensure that
- privileged ports are used. IP packet security fix from Jeffrey C
- Honig <jch@BSDI.COM>.
-
- * amd/nfs_prot_svc.c (nfs_program_2): verify that requests come
- from reserved ports and from a local IP address. IP packet
- security fix from Jeffrey C Honig <jch@BSDI.COM>.
-
- * amd/amq_subr.c (ok_security): use IPPORT_RESERVED, instead of
- hard-coded 1024. IP packet security fix from Jeffrey C Honig
- <jch@BSDI.COM>.
- (amqproc_mount_1_svc): provide information on the caller making an
- amq -M request. IP packet security fix from Jeffrey C Honig
- <jch@BSDI.COM>.
-
- * amd/map.c (free_map_if_success): If the program doing an unmount
- of a program filesystem fails, amd tries to interpret the return
- code as an errno. Fix from Jeffrey C Honig <jch@BSDI.COM>.
-
- * amd/info_nis.c (determine_nis_domain): don't always print
- warning about NIS domain name not being set, even if NIS is not in
- use.
-
-1999-08-21 Erez Zadok <ezk@shekel.mcl.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- * amd/info_ldap.c (get_ldap_timestamp): initialize variable err.
- (amu_ldap_search): initialize variable err.
-
-1999-08-16 Erez Zadok <ezk@shekel.mcl.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- * libamu/wire.c: written using getifaddrs() for BSD systems,
- contributed by BSDI, Jeffrey C Honig <jch@BSDI.COM>).
-
-1999-08-15 Erez Zadok <ezk@shekel.mcl.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- * include/am_utils.h (SALLOC): a simple macro to allocate N bytes.
-
- * aux/configure.in: check for irs.h and ifaddrs.h.
- Increase libamu.so --version-info to 3:1:1 since we've changed the
- source code for the library.
- Check for getifaddrs() function.
-
-1999-08-14 Erez Zadok <ezk@shekel.mcl.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- * libamu/mount_fs.c (print_nfs_args): print fields namlen and
- bsize if they exist.
-
- * conf/mount/mount_linux.c (mount_linux): set nfs_args_t->namlen
- and ->bsize fields correctly, if those fields exist. This is a
- bug in that amd neglected to set these fields, but told the
- kernel it is mounting the nfs_args_t structure using mount version
- 3 (which requires both bsize and namlen fields).
-
- * aux/configure.in: test for two new nfs_args_t fields (used on
- newer linux with mount versions 2 and 3): bsize and namlen.
-
- * doc/am-utils.texi (netgrpd Selector Function): document new
- selector function.
-
- * amd/opts.c (f_netgrpd): new amd map function netgrpd(ARG) to
- test if the current host (fully-qualified name) is in the ARG host
- netgroup. The netgrp() function uses the short form of a host
- name. Patch from Christophe Kalt <Christophe-Kalt@deshaw.com>.
-
- * doc/am-utils.texi (automount2amd): document new script.
-
- * scripts/Makefile.am: create, install, and distribute
- automount2amd perl script and its man page.
-
- * scripts/automount2amd.8: new man page for automount2amd.
-
- * scripts/automount2amd.in: new file, contributed a in 1993 by
- Mike Walker <mike@tab00.larc.nasa.gov>. Fixed to use addopts for
- any automount map options specified.
-
-1999-08-09 Erez Zadok <ezk@shekel.mcl.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- * released snapshot am-utils-6.0.1s9
-
-1999-08-09 Erez Zadok <ezk@beetle.mcl.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- * amd/amfs_auto.c (DOT_DOT_COOKIE): set the NFS cookie of '..' to
- 1.
- (amfs_auto_readdir): use DOT_DOT_COOKIE instead of (u_int)~0.
- (amfs_auto_readdir_browsable): use DOT_DOT_COOKIE instead of
- (u_int)~0.
-
- * amd/mapc.c (make_entry_chain): NFS cookies should be
- monotonically increasing, because Linux 2.3 expects that, even
- though it is not in the spec (RFC-1094) for NFS V2.
-
-1999-08-06 Erez Zadok <ezk@shekel.mcl.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- * aux/macros/check_lib_funcs.m4: removed unused macro.
-
- * aux/macros/linux_headers.m4: new macro to ensure that linux
- kernel headers match running kernel version.
-
- * aux/acconfig.h: define HOST_HEADER_VERSION so we can check if
- amd is configured on linux hosts that run one kernel but have
- headers for a different version.
-
- * amd/info_nis.c (nis_isup, nis_search, nis_init): fixes for the
- logic which uses nis_isup and has_yp_order. Make sure it is used
- correctly , esp. for NIS+ in NIS-compatibility mode. Bug fix from
- Peter Breitenlohner <peb@mppmu.mpg.de>.
-
- * include/am_defs.h: fix conflicts on linux 2.2 systems with older
- libc5. Bug fix from Peter Breitenlohner <peb@mppmu.mpg.de>.
-
- * scripts/lostaltmail.in: use sockaddr_in(), not pack() to
- correctly fill in a struct sockaddr_in. On Solaris x86 hosts,
- using pack() results in byte-misaligned values.
-
-1999-08-02 Erez Zadok <ezk@shekel.mcl.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- * conf/mtab/mtab_aix.c (mnt_dup): add support for nfs3
- mounting, as per Dale Talcott <aeh@quest.cc.purdue.edu>. Also use
- better macros for case statement.
-
- * conf/nfs_prot/nfs_prot_sunos5_7.h: don't include ldap structures
- unless ldap is actually available.
-
- * use updated config.guess and config.sub. Use newer automake
- that fixes problems with distributing optional libamu files
- (clnt_sperrno.c, hasmntopt.c, strcasecmp.c, strdup.c, strstr.c,
- and ualarm.c)
-
-1999-07-19 Erez Zadok <ezk@shekel.mcl.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- * minor port i386-unknown-openbsd2.5
-
-1999-07-17 Erez Zadok <ezk@shekel.mcl.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- * minor ports to freebsdelf 3.[0-2] and 4.0 completed
-
- * aux/macros/check_nfs_prot_headers.m4: support freebsdelf
-
- * aux/macros/check_nfs_socket_connection.m4: support freebsdelf
-
-1999-06-24 Erez Zadok <ezk@shekel.mcl.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- * released snapshot am-utils-6.0.1s8
-
-1999-06-23 Erez Zadok <ezk@beetle.mcl.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- * include/am_defs.h: avoid various header conflicts on
- RedHat/Linux 6.0 and kernels 2.2.10 or newer.
-
- * aux/configure.in: look for <db1/ndbm.h> (RedHat/Linux 6.0 and
- kernel 2.2.10)
-
- * amd/amfs_program.c (amfs_program_exec): make sure logfp is
- initialized dynamically to stderr if needed.
-
- * libamu/xutil.c (dplog): make sure logfp is initialized
- dynamically to stderr if needed.
- (plog): ditto.
-
- * amd/amfs_program.c (amfs_program_exec): set logfp to stderr if
- not initialized.
-
- * libamu/xutil.c: don't initialize logfp statically to stderr,
- because on RedHat/Linux 6.0 (kernel 2.2.10) stderr can no longer
- be manipulated like a variable.
-
- * include/am_defs.h: avoid more conflicts between <linux/fs.h> and
- <sys/mount.h> on 2.2 linux kernels.
- include <db1/ndbm.h> as needed (RedHat/Linux 6.0)
-
-1999-04-20 Erez Zadok <ezk@shekel.mcl.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- * all Makefile.am: use AMU_NFS_PROT_HEADER (not *_HEADERS)
-
- * aux/macros/check_nfs_prot_headers.m4 (AMU_NFS_PROT_HEADER):
- renamed AC_SUBST name from *_HEADERS to *_HEADER so that automake
- won't attempt to add it to the header files to distribute.
-
-1999-04-19 Erez Zadok <ezk@shekel.mcl.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- * aux/GNUmakefile: invoke aclocal with new --altdir flag.
-
-1999-04-16 Erez Zadok <ezk@shekel.mcl.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- * minor new port: i386-unknown-netbsd1.4 (ALPHA)
-
- * aux/macros/check_field.m4: no need to include <cdfs/cdfsmount.h>
- and <isofs/cd9660/cd9660_mount.h> because they are also included
- from MOUNT_HEADERS. Causes multiple inclusion of unprotected
- headers on netbsd-1.4_ALPHA.
-
-1999-04-15 Erez Zadok <ezk@shekel.mcl.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- * aux/macros/extern_sys_errlist.m4 (pattern): netbsd-1.4_ALPHA's
- sys_errlist extern doesn't end with [].
-
- * aux/macros/check_nfs_prot_headers.m4: netbsd 1.4 support.
-
-1999-04-11 Erez Zadok <ezk@shekel.mcl.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- * newer automake wants texinfo.tex to be in aux/ not doc/
-
-1999-03-30 Erez Zadok <ezk@shekel.mcl.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- * amd/conf_parse.y: alloca support.
-
- * fsinfo/fsi_gram.y: alloca support.
-
- * libamu/Makefile.am (libamu_la_LIBADD): compile alloca.o if
- needed.
-
- * aux/configure.in: test for alloca support. Needed because bison
- generates parsers that use alloca, and hpux9 does have alloca and
- its /bin/cc doesn't support it builtin (the way gcc does).
-
- * libamu/alloca.c: new file, needed on hpux9 with /bin/cc. Taken
- verbatim from bison-1.25.
-
- * include/am_defs.h: fixed typo #errir -> #error
-
- * released snapshot am-utils-6.0.1s7
-
- * README.y2k: more information about am-utils' compatibility, from
- Paul Balyoz <pbalyoz@sedona.ch.intel.com>.
-
- * scripts/lostaltmail.in (Splice_in_resent_headers): ensure Y2K
- compliant format. Patch from Paul Balyoz
- <pbalyoz@sedona.ch.intel.com>
-
- * doc/am-utils.texi (Supported Platforms): hpux10.20 could have
- nfs v.3 support (with some vendor patches), but it is turned off.
-
- * aux/macros/os_cflags.m4: use ansi compiler options on hpux.
-
- * conf/nfs_prot/nfs_prot_hpux.h: Turn off NFS V.3 support to avoid
- confusing am-utils. 10.20 with some patches has incomplete
- support. Patch from Jon Peatfield
- <J.S.Peatfield@damtp.cam.ac.uk>.
-
-1999-03-24 Erez Zadok <ezk@shekel.mcl.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- * minor port i386-pc-bsdi4.0.1
-
-1999-03-20 Erez Zadok <ezk@shekel.mcl.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- * doc/am-utils.texi (Supported Platforms): add forgotten listing
- for powerpc-linux.
-
-1999-03-18 Erez Zadok <ezk@shekel.mcl.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- * scripts/amd.conf.5: fix typo. From Jeffrey C Honig
- <jch@BSDI.COM>.
-
- * doc/am-utils.texi: document iso9660 options norrip, gens, and
- extatt.
- (opts Option): documented dumbtimr and noauto options. From
- Jeffrey C Honig <jch@BSDI.COM>.
-
- * include/am_compat.h: define default strings for options norrip,
- gens, and extatt.
-
- * amd/ops_cdfs.c (mount_cdfs): support options norrip, gens, and
- extatt.
-
- * aux/macros/mount_headers.m4: also include
- <isofs/cd9660/cd9660_mount.h> as needed.
-
- * aux/configure.in: check for isofs mount options for bsdi4:
- norrip, gens, and extatt. Reported by Jeffrey C Honig
- <jch@BSDI.COM>.
-
- * aux/macros/check_mnt2_cdfs_opt.m4: check for ISOFSMNT_* flags
- (bsdi4).
-
-1999-03-17 Erez Zadok <ezk@shekel.mcl.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- * conf/nfs_prot/nfs_prot_freebsd3.h: ditto.
-
- * conf/nfs_prot/nfs_prot_bsdi3.h: include <ufs/ufs/ufsmount.h>,
- for bsdi4, as per Jeffrey C Honig <jch@BSDI.COM>.
-
-1999-03-15 Erez Zadok <ezk@shekel.mcl.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- * get latest copies of config.guess, config.sub, ltconfig, and
- ltmain.sh from libtool-1.2f.
-
- * all Makefile.am: don't use continuation lines (using \) for
- short lists of files.
-
- * libamu/Makefile.am (DISTCLEANFILES): make distclean should
- remove mountutil.c, mtabutil.c, transputil.c, and umount_fs.c.
- Reported by Jeffrey C Honig <jch@BSDI.COM>.
-
- * fixmount/Makefile.am (DISTCLEANFILES): make distclean should
- remove checkmount.c. Reported by Jeffrey C Honig <jch@BSDI.COM>.
-
- * Makefile.am (DISTCLEANFILES): make distclean should remove
- amu_nfs_prot.h, config.cache.old, and dbgcf.h. Reported by
- Jeffrey C Honig <jch@BSDI.COM>.
-
-1999-03-13 Erez Zadok <ezk@shekel.mcl.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- * released snapshot am-utils-6.0.1s6
-
-1999-03-12 Erez Zadok <ezk@shekel.mcl.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- * INSTALL: document freebsdelf.
-
- * doc/am-utils.texi (Supported Platforms): document freebsdelf.
-
-1999-03-08 Erez Zadok <ezk@shekel.mcl.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- * minor new ports: i386-unknown-freebsdelf3.1 and
- i386-unknown-freebsdelf4.0
-
- * aux/macros/check_nfs_prot_headers.m4: freebsd4 support.
-
- * aux/macros/check_nfs_socket_connection.m4: freebsd4 support.
-
- * aux/macros/check_nfs_fh_dref.m4: freebsd4 support.
-
- * amd/opts.c (eval_opts): changed log level of "executing
- negated..." message from USER to INFO, as per Guntram Wolski
- <gwolsk@sei.com>.
-
-1999-02-17 Erez Zadok <ezk@shekel.mcl.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- * */Makefile.am (LDADD): force linking against an installed
- libamu.{a,so}.
-
- * doc/am-utils.texi (addopts Option): document remopts interaction
- with addopts.
-
- * amd/am_ops.c (ops_match): if addopts are specified, apply them
- to the value of remopts as well as opts.
-
- * amd/ops_nfs.c (mount_nfs_fh): tell users when remopts are used.
-
-1999-02-05 Erez Zadok <ezk@shekel.mcl.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- * released snapshot am-utils-6.0.1s5
-
- * conf/mount/mount_linux.c (mount_linux): set default nfs_args
- options for ac{reg,dir}{min,man} as per the mount-2.8a package,
- but only if noac option was not used.
-
-1999-02-05 Erez Zadok <ezk@retro.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- * conf/mount/mount_linux.c (mount_linux): print nfs_args again
- since it was updated.
- (mount_linux): use 4KB for NFS rsize/wsize on 2.1.0 linux kernels
- and newer. Bug was found by Neil Conway
- <nconway.list@ukaea.org.uk>
-
-1999-02-04 Erez Zadok <ezk@shekel.mcl.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- * released snapshot am-utils-6.0.1s4
-
-1999-02-03 Erez Zadok <ezk@shekel.mcl.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- * amq/amq.c (main): don't list -M as a valid amq option unless
- configure'd with --enable-amq-mount.
-
-Wed Feb 3 18:11:18 1999 Rainer Orth <ro@TechFak.Uni-Bielefeld.DE>
-
- * amd/nfs_start.c (amd_use_autofs): Define.
- (mount_automounter): Create autofs service listener only if
- necessary to avoid unnecessary clashes with e.g. automountd.
-
- * amd/amd.h (amd_use_autofs): Declare.
-
- * amd/conf.c (gopt_mount_type): Set amd_use_autofs.
- (ropt_mount_type): Likewise.
-
-1999-02-02 Erez Zadok <ezk@shekel.mcl.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- * aux/macros/check_mnt2_nfs_opt.m4:: ditto
-
- * aux/macros/check_mnt2_cdfs_opt.m4: ditto
-
- * aux/macros/check_mnt2_gen_opt.m4: ditto
-
- * aux/macros/check_mnttab_opt.m4: new macro in this file to loop
- over AC_CHECK_MNTTAB_OPT. Reduces size of configure script a lot.
-
- * conf/nfs_prot/nfs_prot_netbsd1_3.h: include nfs/rpcv2.h,
- nfs/nfs.h and nfs/nfsmount.h if they exist. Patch from
- christos@zoulas.com (Christos Zoulas).
-
- * amd/info_hesiod.c: some forward declarations. Patch from
- christos@zoulas.com (Christos Zoulas).
-
-1999-01-28 Erez Zadok <ezk@shekel.mcl.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- * libamu/mount_fs.c (compute_nfs_args): don't turn on/off noconn
- option if it was already in that state. Patch from David
- Wolfskill <dhw@whistle.com>.
-
-1999-01-20 Erez Zadok <ezk@shekel.mcl.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- * aux/configure.in: automake nowadays supports LTLIBOBJS (but not
- LTALLOCA yet). Substitute value of LIBTOOL_DEPS for libtool
- rebuild make rules.
-
- * Makefile.am: new rules to remake libtool (maintainers only)
-
- * amd/amfs_toplvl.c (mount_amfs_toplvl): print generic mount flags
- if -D trace was used.
-
-1999-01-18 Erez Zadok <ezk@shekel.mcl.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- * buildall: all if statements should have an else clause because
- of Ultrix's /bin/sh.
-
-1999-01-15 Erez Zadok <ezk@shekel.mcl.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- * amq/amq.c: removed dummy variables.
-
- * amq/pawd.c: removed dummy variable.s
-
- * fixmount/fixmount.c (usage): removed dummy variables.
-
- * fsinfo/fsinfo.c: removed dummy variables.
-
- * hlfsd/hlfsd.c: removed dummy variables.
-
- * wire-test/wire-test.c: removed dummy variables.
-
- * mk-amd-map/mk-amd-map.c: removed dummy variables.
-
- * doc/texinfo.tex: updates from GNU mirror.
-
- * aux/GNUmakefile (../doc/texinfo.tex): new rule to update
- doc/texinfo.tex from GNU mirror.
-
- * released snapshot am-utils-6.0.1s3
-
- * Makefile.am (install-snapshot): better snapshot and new
- install-snapshot and test-snapshot rules (maintainer).
-
- * amd/info_ldap.c (amu_ldap_init): don't run STREQ if one of the
- args may be NULL.
- Some dlog() entries were not enclosed in #ifdef DEBUG. Fix from
- Bill Paul <wpaul@ctr.columbia.edu>
-
-1999-01-13 Erez Zadok <ezk@shekel.mcl.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- * check for experimental generic 'ignore' mount flag on freebsd3.
-
- * Update library -version-info to 3:0:1 (will result in 2.1.0 .so
- version, which is backwards compatible with older versions.) Only
- one new interface was added to libamu.
-
- * amd/amfs_toplvl.c (mount_amfs_toplvl): add generic mount flags
- that are specific to automounter mounts.
-
- * aux/configure.in: update libamu.so age and revision since a new
- interface was added to libamu/mount_fs.c
- (compute_automounter_mount_flags).
-
- * libamu/mount_fs.c (compute_automounter_mount_flags): new
- function to compute generic mount flags that are specific to mount
- points only.
-
- * aux/{configure.in,acconfig.h}: add support for generic mount
- entry ignore option.
-
- * released snapshot am-utils-6.0.1s2
-
- * amd/info_ldap.c (get_ldap_timestamp): dlog format fixes.
-
- * libamu/mount_fs.c (print_nfs_args): solaris 2.7 changed format
- of knc_semantics from u_long to u_int.
-
- * aux/macros/check_mount_style.m4: freebsd3 no longer needs a
- special mount helper.
-
-1999-01-12 Erez Zadok <ezk@shekel.mcl.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- * aux/macros/check_nfs_prot_headers.m4 (AMU_NFS_PROT_HEADERS):
- amu_nfs_conf.h should always be found in $top_builddir.
-
-Tue Jan 12 00:05:42 1999 Rainer Orth <ro@TechFak.Uni-Bielefeld.DE>
-
- * conf/nfs_prot/nfs_prot_sunos5_7.h (MNTTAB_TYPE_AUTOFS): Undefine
- to avoid wrong reports from show_fstypes.
-
- * conf/nfs_prot/nfs_prot_irix5.h (MNTTAB_TYPE_XFS): Likewise.
-
- * conf/nfs_prot/nfs_prot_hpux11.h (MNTTAB_TYPE_NFS3): Likewise.
-
-Tue Jan 12 00:05:42 1999 Rainer Orth <ro@TechFak.Uni-Bielefeld.DE>
-
- * BUGS (mips-dec-ultrix4.3): Update Ultrix caveats.
-
-Tue Jan 12 00:05:42 1999 Rainer Orth <ro@TechFak.Uni-Bielefeld.DE>
-
- * hlfsd/homedir.c (delay): Cast child to long, adapt format.
- (hlfsd_getpwent): Likewise for pw_uid.
-
- * amd/info_nis.c (nis_init): Cast order to unsigned long, adapt
- format.
-
- * conf/transp/transp_tli.c (amu_clnt_create_best_vers): Cast
- tv_sec to int to match format.
- (get_nfs_version): Cast nfs_version, NFS_VERSION to int to match
- formats.
-
- * amd/amfs_program.c (amfs_program_exec): Cast ptr difference to
- long, adapt format.
-
- * include/am_defs.h: Handle __attribute__ if available. From
- GNU fileutils 4.0 lib/errors.h.
-
-Mon Jan 11 13:46:44 1999 Rainer Orth <ro@TechFak.Uni-Bielefeld.DE>
-
- * libamu/mount_fs.c (print_nfs_args): Cast sizeof() to int to
- match format.
-
- * hlfsd/stubs.c (nfsproc_getattr_2_svc): Cast uid, gid to long,
- adapt format.
- (nfsproc_lookup_2_svc): Likewise.
- (nfsproc_readlink_2_svc): Likewise for userid, groupid.
-
- * hlfsd/nfs_prot_svc.c (nfs_program_2): Cast args to int to match
- format.
-
- * hlfsd/homedir.c (homedir): Cast uid, child to long, adapt
- format.
-
- * amd/info_hesiod.c (hesiod_search): Cast m, pval, tp to unsigned
- long, adapt format.
-
- * amd/ops_nfs.c (find_nfs_fhandle_cache): Cast fh_wchan to
- unsigned long, adapt format.
- (got_nfs_fh): Likewise.
- (prime_nfs_fhandle_cache): Cast fh_nfs_version to int to match
- format.
- (call_mountd): Likewise, mnt_version also.
- (mount_nfs_fh): Likewise.
-
- * amd/ops_autofs.c (autofs_program_1): Cast args to int to match
- format.
- (autofs_unmount_1_svc): Cast ur->devid, ur_rdevid, ur->next to
- unsigned long, adapt formats.
- (autofs_bgmount): Cast opt_fs to unsigned to, adapt format.
- (autofs_bgmount): Use long format to match arg.
- (autofs_lookuppn): Removed superfluous arg.
-
- * amd/srvr_nfs.c (start_ping): Cast nfs_version to int to match
- format.
- (got_portmap): Likewise for port.
- (recompute_portmap): Likewise for fs->fs_version, mnt_version.
- (find_nfs_srvr): Likewise for nfs_version.
-
- * amd/sched.c (sched_task): Cast wchan to unsigned long, adapt
- format.
-
- * amd/nfs_start.c (checkup): Cast ptr difference to long, next_mem
- to unsigned long, adapt format.
- Cast tvv.tv_sec to int to match format.
-
- * amd/nfs_prot_svc.c (nfs_program_2): Cast args to int to match
- format.
-
- * amd/map.c (root_fh): Cast pid to long, adapt format.
- (timeout_mp): Cast time_t to long, adapt format.
-
- * amd/clock.c (reschedule_timeouts): Use long format, cast time_t
- arg.
-
- * amd/amfs_host.c (fetch_fhandle): Cast nfs_version to int to
- match format.
- (amfs_host_fmount): Likewise.
- (amfs_host_umounted): Likewise. Removed superfluous arg.
-
- * amd/amfs_auto.c (amfs_auto_bgmount): Cast pointer to unsigned
- long, adapt format.
- (amfs_auto_bgmount): Use long format, cast time_t arg.
- (amfs_auto_lookuppn): Removed superfluous arg.
-
- * amd/amd.c (main): Cast geteuid() result to long, adapt format.
-
- * conf/transp/transp_sockets.c (get_nfs_version): Cast nfs_version
- to int to match format.
-
- * include/am_utils.h: Declare plog, dplog as printf-like.
-
- * conf/mount/mount_irix6.c (mount_irix): Print type as char *.
-
-Mon Jan 11 13:46:44 1999 Rainer Orth <ro@TechFak.Uni-Bielefeld.DE>
-
- * amd/info_hesiod.c (hesiod_isup): New function.
- * amd/mapc.c (maptypes): Add it.
-
-1999-01-10 Erez Zadok <ezk@shekel.mcl.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- * released snapshot am-utils-6.0.1s1
-
-1999-01-09 Erez Zadok <ezk@shekel.mcl.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- * ALL: bump copyright year to 1999.
-
-Fri Jan 8 15:24:15 1999 Rainer Orth <ro@TechFak.Uni-Bielefeld.DE>
-
- * aux/macros/check_mtype_type.m4: Ultrix uses an int mount type,
- too.
-
- * aux/macros/check_mtype_printf_type.m4: Adapt corresponding
- printf type.
-
-Fri Jan 8 15:24:15 1999 Rainer Orth <ro@TechFak.Uni-Bielefeld.DE>
-
- * aux/acconfig.h: Removed HAVE_AM_FS_AUTOFS, unused.
-
- * conf/nfs_prot/nfs_prot_irix6.h: Likewise.
-
- * conf/nfs_prot/nfs_prot_sunos5_6.h: Likewise.
-
- * conf/nfs_prot/nfs_prot_sunos5_7.h: Likewise.
-
- * Makefile.am (EXTRA_DIST_DIRS): Removed, not needed by current
- automake.
-
-Thu Jan 7 02:55:18 1999 Rainer Orth <ro@TechFak.Uni-Bielefeld.DE>
-
- * aux/configure.in (AM_PROG_YACC): Replaced by AC_PROG_YACC, not
- in current automake.
-
-Thu Jan 7 02:55:18 1999 Rainer Orth <ro@TechFak.Uni-Bielefeld.DE>
-
- * doc/am-utils.texi: Added some missing inter-punctation after
- @xref, or use @pxref/@ref as appropriate. Spotted by makeinfo
- from texinfo 3.12b.
-
-1999-01-07 Erez Zadok <ezk@shekel.mcl.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- * doc/texinfo.tex: updated off of latest GNU mirror.
-
-1999-01-04 Erez Zadok <ezk@shekel.mcl.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- * doc/am-utils.texi (Supported Platforms): update platforms that
- support NFS v.3. Nicer postscript printing on double-sided pages.
-
- * amd/info_hesiod.c: add extern definition for hesiod_init()
-
-1999-01-01 Erez Zadok <ezk@shekel.mcl.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- *******************************************************************
- *** Released am-utils-6.0 ***
- *******************************************************************
-
-1998-12-28 Erez Zadok <ezk@shekel.mcl.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- * conf/nfs_prot/nfs_prot_sunos5_7.h: support ldap in solaris 2.7.
-
-1998-12-27 Erez Zadok <ezk@shekel.mcl.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- * conf/nfs_prot/nfs_prot_bsdi3.h: don't use reserved ports on
- bsdi4 for NFS V3/nfs mounts.
-
-1998-12-26 Erez Zadok <ezk@shekel.mcl.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- * using latest libtool (1.2e + patches), now supporting shared
- libraries on many more systems. Also using latest autoconf and
- automake (unreleased GNU CVS'd versions.)
-
- * minor new ports: hppa2.0w-hp-hpux11.00,
- i386-unknown-netbsd1.3.3, mips-sgi-irix6.5.
-
- * fsinfo/fsinfo.h (yywrap): define it for systems (osf4) that
- have /usr/bin/flex but not libfl.
-
-1998-12-24 Erez Zadok <ezk@shekel.mcl.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- * lots of code cleanup, to make sure libamu.so does not use
- undefined symbols. Some system's shared libraries cannot handle
- that.
-
-1998-12-23 Erez Zadok <ezk@shekel.mcl.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- * include/am_defs.h: only defined seteuid extern if function also
- exists and is not superceded by setresuid (hpux).
-
- * amd/ops_autofs.c (autofs_bgmount, autofs_lookuppn): put explicit
- braces to avoid confusion with nested if-then-else clauses.
-
- * aux/config.{sub,status}, aux/{ltmain.sh,ltconfig,mkinstalldirs:
- updated from latest versions.
-
-1998-12-22 Erez Zadok <ezk@shekel.mcl.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- * minor new port: i386-pc-bsdi4.0
-
- * conf/nfs_prot/nfs_prot_bsdi3.h: add missing hesiod header
- definitions for bsdi4.
-
- * {amd,fsinfo}/Makefile.am: force path to .y/.l files, because
- some make programs (bsdi4) do not support VPATH correctly.
-
-1998-12-16 Erez Zadok <ezk@shekel.mcl.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- * conf/mount/mount_aix.c: minor code cleanup
-
- * aux/configure.in: check for extern definition to xdr_groups.
-
-1998-12-15 Erez Zadok <ezk@shekel.mcl.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- * minor new port: powerpc-ibm-aix4.3.1.0
-
- * aux/macros/*.m4: updates for aix 4.3
-
-1998-12-14 Erez Zadok <ezk@shekel.mcl.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- * minor new port: i386-unknown-openbsd2.4
-
- * aux/configure.in: don't check for xfs on openbsd because
- openbsd-2.4 introduces a new file system named xfs, but different
- than Irix's XFS. Sigh.
-
- * minor new port: i386-unknown-freebsd2.2.8
-
-1998-12-03 Erez Zadok <ezk@shekel.mcl.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- * amd/amfs_nfsl.c (amfs_nfsl_ffserver): use case insensitive host
- name match. Bug fix from Douglas K. Rand" <rand@aero.und.edu>.
-
-1998-11-20 Erez Zadok <ezk@shekel.mcl.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- * scripts/ctl-amd.in: wait4amd2die runs in the stop action, to
- avoid race conditions when shutting down systems running amd.
-
- * Makefile.am: add a dist-hook to change modes of the directories
- in the tar file so they are not world writable.
-
- * conf/nfs_prot/nfs_prot_freebsd3.h: turned on NFSv3 support,
- since it is now finally defined in the header files and
- (hopefully) stable.
-
- * amd/srvr_nfs.c (find_nfs_srvr): allow overriding if nfsv2 option
- is specified in mount options. freebsd patches from David
- O'Brien.
-
- * amq/amq.c (main), fixmount/fixmount.c (main), hlfsd/hlfsd.c
- (main), fsinfo/fsinfo.c (fsi_get_args), hlfsd/hlfsd.c (main),
- amd/get_args.c (get_args): posix: use -1 to check for return from
- getopt() (not EOF), as per posix.
-
- * amd/amq_subr.c (xdr_amq_mount_tree_node): patches from "David
- O'Brien" <obrien@NUXI.com>, from the FreeBSD source tree. Use
- real variable whose pointer is on the stack for decoding a long
- int.
-
-1998-11-11 Erez Zadok <ezk@shekel.mcl.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- * scripts/ctl-{amd,hlfsd}.in: include comments useful for redhat's
- chkconfig utility.
-
-1998-11-10 Erez Zadok <ezk@shekel.mcl.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- * released snapshot am-utils-6.0b2s3
-
- * conf/transp/transp_sockets.c (create_nfs_service): remove C++
- style comments.
-
-1998-11-04 Erez Zadok <ezk@shekel.mcl.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- * released snapshot am-utils-6.0b2s2
-
- * created CVS package
-
- * amd/nfs_subr.c (nfsproc_lookup_2_svc): try to avoid a race
- condition between unmounting and re-mounting an entry, by
- increasing the ttl of a looked up entry before unmounting it.
- Patch from Mike Mitchell <mcm@unx.sas.com>.
-
- * All files: spell comments and strings.
-
-1998-11-03 Erez Zadok <ezk@shekel.mcl.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- * aux/configure.in: look for yp_all in libnsl only if yp_all not
- already found elsewhere (in libc or other default libraries).
- This is so RedHat 5.1 systems could find yp functions in libnsl,
- but also so AIX 4.2.1 will NOT include libnsl, because the latter
- has broken nis functionality that also exists and works ok in libc.
-
-1998-10-29 Erez Zadok <ezk@shekel.mcl.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- * amd/amd.c (main): bug fix: swapped arguments to kill(2). Fix
- from Danny Rathjens <dkr@cs.fiu.edu>.
-
-1998-10-28 Erez Zadok <ezk@spruce.mcl.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- * released snapshot am-utils-6.0b2s1
-
-1998-10-27 Erez Zadok <ezk@spruce.mcl.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- * aux/macros/*.m4: support bsdi4 as bsdi3.
-
- * aux/macros/os_ldflags.m4: enable detection of LDAP on solaris
- 2.7 (libraries located in /usr/lib/fn). This is off until Sun
- includes LDAP header information.
-
-1998-10-20 Erez Zadok <ezk@shekel.mcl.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- *******************************************************************
- *** Released am-utils-6.0b1 ***
- *******************************************************************
-
-1998-10-18 Erez Zadok <ezk@shekel.mcl.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- * mk-amd-map/mk-amd-map.c (main): use perror not strerror.
- (main): set return type to int if no ndbm maps.
-
- * include/am_defs.h: avoid conflicts with <sys/mount.h> in 2.1
- kernels.
-
-1998-10-18 Erez Zadok <ezk@london.mcl.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- * A.i386-unknown-netbsd1.3.2/amu_nfs_prot.h: trim down and cleanup
- for netbsd 1.3.2.
-
-1998-10-17 Erez Zadok <ezk@shekel.mcl.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- * aux/configure.in: check for yp_all in libnsl, b/c redhat 5.1
- systems put NIS functions there.
-
- * mk-amd-map/mk-amd-map.c: patch from "David O'Brien"
- <obrien@NUXI.com> merged in. Use POSIX -1 return code from
- getopt(), not EOF. Use .db extentions for systems that use it,
- instead of .{pag,dir}.
-
-1998-10-15 Erez Zadok <ezk@shekel.mcl.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- * wire-test/wire-test.c, hlfsd/hlfsd.c, fixmount/fixmount.c,
- amd/amd.c (main): avoid overrunning hostname buffer. Bug fix from
- "David O'Brien" <obrien@NUXI.com>.
-
- * scripts/amd.conf.5: minor typo reported by "David O'Brien"
- <obrien@NUXI.com> in .TH section of man page.
-
- * amd/info_nis.c (am_yp_all): don't leak key-val entries. Patch
- from Thomas Richter <richter@chemie.fu-berlin.de>.
-
-1998-10-12 Erez Zadok <ezk@shekel.mcl.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- * doc/am-utils.texi (Program Filesystem): minor typo fixed as per
- Andreas Stolcke <stolcke@speech.sri.com>.
-
- * minor new ports: sparc64-unknown-linux-gnu, i386-pc-solaris2.7,
- and sparc-sun-solaris2.7.
-
- * conf/mount/mount_freebsd3.c (mount_freebsd3): freebsd 3.0 is now
- a 4.4lite kernel, and somethings were removed, such as
- INITMOUNTNAMES.
-
- * amd/ops_autofs.c (autofs_lookuppn): don't leak memory while
- processing /defaults. Free temporary opts. Patch from
- dsr@mail.lns.cornell.edu (Daniel S. Riley)
-
- * amd/amfs_auto.c (amfs_auto_lookuppn): don't leak memory while
- processing /defaults. Free temporary opts. Patch from
- dsr@mail.lns.cornell.edu (Daniel S. Riley)
-
- * conf/mtab/mtab_osf.c (read_mtab): patch from
- dsr@mail.lns.cornell.edu (Daniel S. Riley) not to access
- uninitialized memory on Digital Unix.
-
-1998-10-09 Erez Zadok <ezk@shekel.mcl.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- * aux/macros/{check_mtype_type,check_mtype_printf_type}.m4: most
- systems now use "char *" as their mount type.
-
-1998-10-08 Erez Zadok <ezk@shekel.mcl.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- * amd/conf.c (gopt_map_type, ropt_map_type): check if map type
- exists.
-
- * amd/mapc.c (mapc_type_exists): function to test if a map of
- certain type exists.
-
-1998-10-08 Erez Zadok <ezk@horatio.mcl.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- * aux/macros/{mount_headers,try_compile_anyfs,try_compile_nfs}.m4,
- include/am_defs.h: Avoid a conflict in definitions of ntohl/htonl
- in RH-5.1 sparc64 between <netinet/in.h> and
- <linux/byteorder/generic.h> (2.1 kernels).
-
-1998-09-28 Erez Zadok <ezk@shekel.mcl.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- * aux/macros/func_bad_yp_all.m4 (ac_cv_func_yp_all_clean): RedHat
- 5.1 systems with glibc glibc-2.0.7-19 or below leak a UDP socket
- from yp_all().
-
-1998-09-25 Erez Zadok <ezk@shekel.mcl.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- * conf/mount/mount_linux.c (parse_opts): check for pcfs support
- only if autoconfigured.
-
-1998-09-18 Erez Zadok <ezk@shekel.mcl.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- * Makefile.am (EXTRA_DIST): distribute README.yk2 file.
-
- * README.y2k: explain y2k compliance status of am-utils.
-
-1998-09-16 Erez Zadok <ezk@iguana.mcl.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- * amd/amfs_host.c (fetch_fhandle, amfs_host_fmount,
- amfs_host_umounted): clnt_sperrno() may return a const.
-
-Sat Aug 8 23:28:32 1998 Erez Zadok <ezk@shekel.mcl.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- * aux/configure.in: check for <nfs/nfsmount.h>, as per Christos
- Zoulas. Turned on checking for mount options: async, synchronous,
- deadthresh, leasterm, nqnfs, and readahead.
-
- * amd/info_nis.c: patch from christos@zoulas.com (Christos Zoulas)
- to include prototype definition for nis_isup().
-
-Sun Jul 19 18:50:10 1998 Erez Zadok <ezk@shekel.mcl.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- * hlfsd/stubs.c (getcreds): force sscanf arg to u_long.
-
-Tue Jul 14 20:34:25 1998 Erez Zadok <ezk@shekel.mcl.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- * released snapshot am-utils-6.0a17s1
-
-Wed Jul 8 21:49:15 1998 Erez Zadok <ezk@shekel.mcl.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- * aux/macros/host_macros.m4: all x86 hosts should have $arch be
- i386, not i[456]86.
-
-Tue Jul 7 18:55:09 1998 Erez Zadok <ezk@shekel.mcl.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- * aux/macros/{mount_headers,try_compile_anyfs,try_compile_nfs}.m4,
- include/am_defs.h: include <linux/posix_types.h> before
- <linux/fs.h> because on redhat 5.1, there is a bug (misuse) of
- headers in <socketbits.h> (it defines _LINUX_TYPES_H instead of
- __KERNEL_STRICT_NAMES).
-
- * aux/configure.in: check for <linux/posix_types.h> because it is
- need for RedHat 5.1.
-
-Wed Jun 17 00:05:33 1998 Erez Zadok <ezk@shekel.mcl.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- * scripts/Makefile.am (EXTRA_DIST): have fixrmtab generated from
- .in as well, so it doesn't get removed by make clean.
-
-Tue Jun 16 22:00:15 1998 Erez Zadok <ezk@shekel.mcl.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- * aux/macros/{check_fs_mntent.m4, check_mnttab_type.m4,
- check_mount_type.m4}: redhat 5.1 puts some modules in
- /lib/modules/preferred/.
-
-Wed May 13 16:33:57 1998 Erez Zadok <ezk@shekel.mcl.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- * amd/ops_autofs.c (mount_autofs): cast pid to long.
-
-Tue Apr 28 15:12:36 1998 Rainer Orth <ro@TechFak.Uni-Bielefeld.DE>
-
- * conf/nfs_prot/nfs_prot/nfs_prot_irix6.h,
- conf/nfs_prot/nfs_prot_sunos5_6.h: Undef MNTTAB_TYPE_AUTOFS too to
- avoid amd/am_ops.c (show_fstypes) from erroneously claiming
- support.
-
-Fri Apr 24 23:02:11 1998 Rainer Orth <ro@TechFak.Uni-Bielefeld.DE>
-
- * libamu/xutil.c (get_syslog_facility): Don't use LOG_DAEMON
- unconditionally, may be missing on Ultrix V4.3.
-
-Thu Apr 23 20:24:33 1998 Rainer Orth <ro@TechFak.Uni-Bielefeld.DE>
-
- * conf/nfs_prot/nfs_prot_sunos5_4.h (MNTTYPE_CACHEFS): Define,
- missing from <sys/mntent.h>.
-
- * conf/mtab/mtab_ultrix.c: Need separate inclusion of <sys/fs_types.h>
- without KERNEL defined here.
-
- * aux/macros/mount_headers.m4: Need to include <ufs/ufs_mount.h>,
- <cdfs/cdfs_mount.h>, <cdfs/cdfsmount.h> so autoconfiguration of
- ufs_args_t, cdfs_args_t fields and cdfs mount options can succeed.
-
- * amd/ops_ufs.c (mount_ufs): Removed obsolete comment.
-
- * ChangeLog: Fixed confusing linebreaks from ChangeLog imports.
- Removed purely local (and obsolete) entry.
-
-Thu Apr 23 00:22:17 1998 Erez Zadok <ezk@shekel.mcl.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- *******************************************************************
- *** Released am-utils-6.0a16 ***
- *******************************************************************
-
-Wed Apr 22 01:20:39 1998 Erez Zadok <ezk@shekel.mcl.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- * aux/macros/check_mount_style.m4: define freebsd3 mount style.
-
- * aux/macros/check_mount_trap.m4: new mount trap for freebsd3.
-
- * aux/macros/check_mtype_printf_type.m4,
- aux/macros/check_mtype_type.m4 (ac_cv_mtype_type,): freebsd3 (as
- of snapshot 3.0-980311-SNAP) uses char * types for mount(2), not
- integers, but I'll keep them as integers and do the mapping in
- conf/mount/mount_freebsd3.c
-
- * minor new port to i386-pc-bsdi3.1.
-
- * minor new port to i386-unknown-netbsd1.3.1.
-
- * amd/opts.c: new option addopts:=ARG, which smartly merges ARG
- options with whatever the /default ones for a key are. This
- allows adding or overriding /default options individual keys.
-
- * amd/am_ops.c (ops_match): strdup/malloc string assigned to
- opt_opts because it'll get free()'d upon next use.
- (merge_opts): new function to merge two sets of options.
- (ops_match): if addopts option exist, append and merge it to the
- current default options.
-
-Tue Apr 21 12:54:59 1998 Erez Zadok <ezk@shekel.mcl.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- * wire-test/wire-test.c (main): use dynamically allocated returned
- string with list of interfaces.
-
- * amd/get_args.c (get_version_string): allocate enough space for
- header version string and a list of network interfaces of any
- length.
-
- * libamu/wire.c (print_wires): return dynamically allocated string
- containing list of networks. Must be dynamic because some sites
- had potentially dozens of network interfaces. Patch from Matthew
- Crosby <mcrosby@ms.com> slightly modified.
-
-Mon Apr 20 00:37:20 1998 Erez Zadok <ezk@shekel.mcl.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- * conf/nfs_prot/nfs_prot_irix5.h: underfine MNTTYPE_XFS because
- irix 5.3 does not have full header definitions for it.
-
- * fsinfo/fsi_lex.l (yywrap): define yywrap if needed, and
- undefined it when not needed (similar to amd/conf_tok.l)
-
- * hlfsd/hlfsd.h (ROOTID, SLINKID, INVALID): reduced maximum size
- of these to unsigned short (because uid_t on some linux systems is
- small).
-
- * released snapshot am-utils-6.0a16s10
-
- * doc/am-utils.texi (opts Option): documented resvport mount
- option.
-
-Sun Apr 19 18:17:03 1998 Erez Zadok <ezk@shekel.mcl.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- * doc/am-utils.texi (-D-Option): document behavior of -D info and
- especially what it does to hesiod (turn on RES_DEBUG).
-
- * scripts/amd.conf.5: document info debugging option.
-
- * libamu/xutil.c (dbg_opt): parse info debugging option.
-
- * include/am_utils.h (D_INFO): define new trace option.
-
- * Makefile.am (EXTRA_DIST): include list of official mirrors in
- distribution.
-
- * libamu/wire.c (SIZE): in the simple case, just compute
- sizeof(struct ifreq).
-
-Sun Apr 19 16:30:35 1998 Erez Zadok <ezk@lorien.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- * amd/amd.c (daemon_mode): set a temporary secure umask(0022)
- before writing log file and restore it afterwards. Patch from
- Donald Buczek <buczek@MPIMG-Berlin-Dahlem.MPG.DE>.
-
- * amd/get_args.c (get_args):
-
- * doc/am-utils.texi (-F Option), amd/amd.8: mention that amd.conf
- file specified by -F is always processed last.
-
- * amd/amd.c (daemon_mode): do not fclose(stdout) so that the fd
- won't be reused. Allows startup script to redirect stdout. Patch
- from Donald Buczek <buczek@MPIMG-Berlin-Dahlem.MPG.DE>.
-
- * libamu/xutil.c (switch_to_logfile): compare logfile name and
- syslog string with correct length. Patch from Donald Buczek
- <buczek@MPIMG-Berlin-Dahlem.MPG.DE>.
-
- * amd/restart.c (restart): correctly inherit existing NFS V.3
- mounts upon restart. Patch from Donald Buczek
- <buczek@MPIMG-Berlin-Dahlem.MPG.DE>.
-
-Sat Apr 18 19:01:19 1998 Erez Zadok <ezk@lorien.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- * using libtool 1.2 and automake 1.3 (with my patches).
-
- * aux/macros/opt_am_cflags.m4, */Makefile.in: rename AM_CFLAGS to
- AMU_CFLAGS to avoid conflicts with automake-1.3.
-
-Sun Apr 5 23:09:08 1998 Erez Zadok <ezk@shekel.mcl.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- * converted to using libtool-1.2.
-
-Tue Mar 10 16:52:09 1998 Erez Zadok <ezk@shekel.mcl.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- * fsinfo/fsi_analyze.c (fixup_required_mount_info): replaced silly
- for loop (ITER) which used to run only to initialize the variable
- dd once and then break; with a simple assignment.
-
- * hlfsd/hlfsd.h: cleanup so it compiles with Solaris
- /opt/SUNWspro/bin/cc, and use gid_t not int.
-
- * amd/mapc.c (mapc_sync): don't dereference pointer (so it
- compiles with Solaris /opt/SUNWspro/bin/cc)
-
-Sun Mar 8 15:54:22 1998 Erez Zadok <ezk@shekel.mcl.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- * aux/config.{guess,sub}: used from gcc-2.8.1.
-
-Sat Mar 7 15:33:27 1998 Erez Zadok <ezk@shekel.mcl.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- * released snapshot am-utils-6.0a16s9
-
- * INSTALL, doc/am-utils.texi (Supported Platforms): updated names
- based on new output of new config.guess.
-
- * aux/config.{sub,guess}: used newer versions from gcc-2.8.0.
-
- * amd/amd.8,doc/am-utils.texi: document correct usage of default
- /etc/amd.conf file.
-
- * fixmount/fixmount.c (inetresport,privsock): use some more
- portable code from amq/amq.c.
-
- * amd/get_args.c (get_args): use default /etc/amd.conf file only
- if no arguments had been passed to amd.
-
- * fixmount/fixmount.c (clnt_create_timeout): use tli/socket code
- ala amq/amq.c so that fixmount will work on both types of systems.
-
- * amq/amq.c (main): do no close tcp socket before running udp try,
- because we're not sure if it was opened at all.
-
- * mips-dec-ultrix* port merged in and cleaned up.
-
- * aux/configure.in: up minor shared library revision number, since
- it has changed enough.
-
- * hlfsd/hlfsd.c (main): don't check for overlay mount option here,
- as it is now done in compute_nfs_args(). Remove ultrix specific
- code also because it was moved to compute_nfs_args().
-
- * conf/mount/mount_svr4.c: removed DEBUG_MOUNT_SVR4 code, now that
- we have more generic code in print_nfs_args().
-
- * libamu/mount_fs.c (print_nfs_args): print maxlen of
- nfs_args.addr, and also syncaddr (which is mostly NULL). Print
- struct knetconfig from nfs_args->knconf.
-
- * aux/macros/mount_headers.m4 (define): do not check for ufs/cdfs
- headers here, but in try_compile_anyfs.m4.
-
- * aux/macros/type_ufs_args.m4: move test for struct ufs_specific
- (for ultrix) here from its own macro.
-
- * aux/macros/type_cdfs_args.m4: move test for struct iso_specific
- (for ultrix) here from its own macro.
-
- * amd/ops_nfs.c (mount_nfs_fh): no need to run code again checking
- for overlay mount option. Remove code which checks for overlay
- option, as it is now done in compute_nfs_args().
-
- * libamu/mount_fs.c (compute_mount_flags): move here code which
- checks for overlay mount option which was in amd/amfs_toplvl.c:
- mount_amfs_toplvl().
-
-Wed Feb 7 15:35:51 1998 Rainer Orth <ro@xayide.TechFak.Uni-Bielefeld.DE>
-
- * The following are Rainer's ChangeLog entries for his ultrix
- port, added manually. -Erez.
-
- * merged Ultrix port with am-utils 6.0 a16s5: amd/ops_afs.c
- (mount_toplvl) -> amd/amfs_toplvl.c (mount_amfs_toplvl)
-
- * include/am_defs.h: include cdfs specific mount headers
- avoid duplication definition of gt_names[] in <sys/fs_types.h> (Ultrix)
-
- * include/am_compat.h: define several mount options corresponding
- to mount flags: pgthresh, hard (nfs), defperm, nodefperm,
- noversion, rrip (cdfs), nocache, quota, sync (generic) removed
- duplicate MNTTAB_OPT_RO definition
-
- * aux/macros/try_compile_anyfs.m4: include Ultrix specific
- ufs/cdfs mount headers
-
- * aux/macros/mount_headers.m4: include several Ultrix/Digital UNIX
- specific mount headers
-
- * aux/macros/check_{fs_mntent, mount_type}.m4: check for GT_*
- mount types in mount headers (Ultrix)
-
- * aux/configure.in: Ultrix/Digital UNIX specific checks: new
- headers, mount structures and fields, filesystem and mount types,
- mount flags
-
- * aux/acconfig.h: placeholders for new mount options: quota
- (generic), ro (nfs), defperm, nodefperm, noversion, rrip (cdfs)
- cdfs, nfs, ufs mount structure fields new ufs, cdfs mount
- structures
-
- * amd/ops_ufs.c (mount_ufs): Ultrix stores generic mount flags in
- ufs_args.ufs_flags and has ufs specific pgthresh option
-
- * amd/ops_cdfs.c (mount_cdfs): handle Ultrix/Digital UNIX specific
- CDFS mount flags and options
-
- * amd/ops_afs.c (mount_toplvl), amd/ops_nfs.c (mount_nfs_fh),
- hlfsd/hlfsd.c (main): store generic mount flags in
- nfs_args.gfs_flags, handle separate NFS ro flag
-
- * aux/macros/{check_mnt2_cdfs_opt, struct_iso_specific,
- struct_ufs_specific}.m4: new files; check for Ultrix specific
- mount structures
-
- * conf/trap/trap_ultrix.h: arg 3 to mount(2) is rwflag
-
- * aux/macros/type_auth_create_gidlist.m4 (ultrix*):
- AUTH_CREATE_GIDLIST_TYPE is int (not short == gid_t) from a
- comment in <rpc/auth.h>
-
- * include/am_defs.h: #define KERNEL to avoid definition of
- gt_names[] conf/mtab/mtab_ultrix.c: #include <sys/fs_types> before
- <config.h> to force single definition here
-
- * libamu/mount_fs.c (compute_nfs_args): Ultrix support for
- nfs_args.gfs_flags moved to callers store mount options in
- nap->optstr
-
- * include/am_defs.h: fix _am_mntent mnt_{type, opts} field
- descriptions
-
- * aux/macros/mount_headers.m4, aux/macros/try_compile_nfs.m4:
- include <rpc/rpc.h> before AMU_NFS_PROTOCOL_HEADER for svc_req
- definition in prototypes
-
- * aux/macros/mount_headers.m4: include <sys/errno.h> before
- AMU_NFS_PROTOCOL_HEADER: <nfs/nfs.h> needs it for NFSERR_*
- definitions
-
- * conf/nfs_prot/nfs_prot_ultrix.h: new file
-
- * aux/macros/check_nfs_prot_headers.m4: use nfs_prot_ultrix.h
-
- * aux/macros/mount_headers.m4, aux/macros/try_compile_nfs.m4,
- aux/macros/try_compile_rpc.m4, include/am_defs.h: avoid multiple
- inclusion of <rpc/xdr.h>
-
-Sat Mar 7 13:56:05 1998 Erez Zadok <ezk@shekel.mcl.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- * aux/configure.in: save state of config.cache and confdefs.h
- (as dbgcf.h) at various points of the configure.
-
- * aux/macros/save_state.m4: new macro to save state of configure,
- esp. useful in long ones. Saves confdefs.h and write $ac_cv_*
- cache variables that are known so far.
-
- * released snapshot am-utils-6.0a16s8
-
-1998-03-06 Erez Zadok <ezk@mercer.psl.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- * fsinfo/fsi_lex.l,amd/conf_tok.l: define ECHO after undefining
- it, but only for flex.
-
-Fri Mar 6 17:23:17 1998 Erez Zadok <ezk@chestnut.mcl.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- * hlfsd/homedir.c (plt_print): change pathname of hlfsd dump file
- to /usr/tmp/hlfsd.dump.XXXXXX, and use a safe method (if possible)
- to write the dump file.
-
- * doc/am-utils.texi,amd/opts.c: rename all references to nomadic
- functions to boolean functions, which is what they really are.
-
- * aux/configure.in: don't look for strcasecmp in libucb at all,
- but rather complete it from libamu/strcasecmp.c as needed.
-
-Fri Mar 6 03:29:20 1998 Erez Zadok <ezk@shekel.mcl.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- * conf/nfs_prot/nfs_prot_osf4.h: avoid conflicts with Irix's EFS.
-
- * libamu/wire.c (getwire): fix for 0.0.0.0 loopback on SunOS 3.X
- which defines IFF_ROUTE instead of IFF_LOOPBACK. Patch from Tom
- Schmidt <tschmidt@micron.com>.
-
- * released snapshot am-utils-6.0a16s7
-
- * conf/nfs_prot/nfs_prot_hpux11.h: a first working port of amd to
- hppa1.0-hp-hpux11.00.tgz.
-
-Thu Mar 5 21:59:03 1998 Erez Zadok <ezk@shekel.mcl.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- * converted all sources to use mntent field names, and map mnttab
- field names to mntent's.
-
- * include/am_defs.h (mnt_special): map struct mnttab field names
- to struct mntent field names.
-
- * aux/macros/check_mount_trap.m4: hpux11's mount trap style is
- identical to svr4/solaris2.
-
- * aux/macros/check_mount_style.m4: hpux11's mount style is
- identical to svr4/solaris2.
-
- * aux/macros/check_network_transport_type.m4: hpux11 is a TLI
- system!
-
- * aux/macros/check_nfs_sa_dref.m4: hpux11's NFS host address
- dereferencing style is same as svr4.
-
- * aux/macros/check_nfs_fh_dref.m4: hpux11's NFS file fh
- dereferencing style is same as svr4.
-
- * conf/transp/transp_tli.c (create_nfs_service): if failed to
- getnetconfigent() of ticlts, then try udp (hpux11).
-
- * conf/nfs_prot/nfs_prot_hpux11.h: added correct definitions for
- struct nfs_args, nfs_fh, and NFSMNT_* flags, taken from solaris
- 2.5.1 (HP used them).
-
- * amd/rpc_fwd.c (fwd_init): don't use O_NDELAY for t_open()
- because hpux11 doesn't like it. if t_open failed, print error
- based on t_errlist, not sys_errlist.
-
-Wed Mar 4 22:01:55 1998 Erez Zadok <ezk@shekel.mcl.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- * doc/am-utils.texi: lots of documentation fixes from Rainer Orth
- <ro@TechFak.Uni-Bielefeld.DE>.
-
-Sat Feb 28 22:16:35 1998 Erez Zadok <ezk@kosh.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- * fsinfo/fsi_lex.l: undefine ECHO again, so it doesn't get used
- later.
-
- * include/am_defs.h: defined the extern for ualarm() if it isn't
- found, regardless if the function isn't found in standard
- libraries, because otherwise libamu will include it.
-
-1998-02-28 Erez Zadok (per Ron Snyder) <ezk@short.cvo.roguewave.com>
-
- * initial port to hpux-11 completed. Compiles cleanly, but
- probably does not work, because of missing NFS V.2/3 headers.
-
- * amd/conf_tok.l: cast yytext to char* when passed to strlen and
- strdup, for hpux-11's ansi-cc compiler.
-
- * include/am_utils.h: renamed all xfree() to XFREE() to avoid
- conflict with hpux-11's system headers. Also move (voidp) cast
- from sources to inside the macro itself.
-
-Sat Feb 28 13:44:21 1998 Erez Zadok <ezk@shekel.mcl.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- * released snapshot am-utils-6.0a16s6
-
- * amd/info_nis.c (nis_isup): new function to test if NIS is up
- without hanging amd. Used to ensure that amd does not clear the
- maps when the expiration period arrived, if the service is down.
- Otherwise it would be left with empty maps. It is better to stay
- with possibly old information than none at all.
-
- * amd/mapc.c (mapc_sync): check to see if map service is up.
-
-Tue Feb 24 02:19:42 1998 Erez Zadok <ezk@shekel.mcl.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- * aux/macros/check_lib2.m4 (AC_CHECK_LIB2): fix macro so it
- includes auxiliary library only if needed.
-
-1998-02-22 Erez Zadok <ezk@mercer.psl.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- * amd/conf_tok.l: undefine ECHO again, so it doesn't get used
- later.
-
-Sun Feb 22 01:41:08 1998 Erez Zadok <ezk@zen.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- * conf/nfs_prot/nfs_prot_osf2.h: port to alpha-dec-osf2.1
- completed.
-
- * conf/mtab/mtab_osf.c (mnt_dup): not all OSF have NFS3.
-
-Sat Feb 21 19:45:48 1998 Erez Zadok <ezk@shekel.mcl.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- * doc/am-utils.texi (Network Host Filesystem): correct example for
- type:=host map.
-
- * aux/macros/os_cflags.m4: only osf4 should compile with
- -D_SOCKADDR_LEN.
-
- * aux/macros/check_nfs_prot_headers.m4: distinguish between OSF2
- and OSF4.
-
- * BUGS: include a new file listing known bugs.
-
-Sat Feb 21 03:50:48 1998 Erez Zadok <ezk@mercer.psl.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- * conf/nfs_prot/nfs_prot_linux.h: turn DES off on all linux
- versions.
-
- * aux/macros/type_recvfrom_fromlen.m4: linux alpha should use
- size_t for recvfrom fromlen arg.
-
-Sat Feb 21 03:33:59 1998 Erez Zadok <ezk@shekel.mcl.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- * scripts/ctl-hlfsd.in: turn -D fork so primary process never
- hangs.
-
-Sat Feb 21 02:45:51 1998 Erez Zadok <ezk@mercer.psl.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- * include/am_defs.h: don't include <sys/stat.h> and
- <linux/stat.h>, just remaining definitions in <statbuf.h>
-
-Thu Jan 29 00:44:28 1998 Erez Zadok <ezk@shekel.mcl.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- * released snapshot am-utils-6.0a16s5
-
- * conf/mount/mount_irix6.c (mount_irix): pass {u,e,x}fs_args to
- mount(2).
-
- * check for <sys/fs/xfs_clnt.h> and include it when needed.
-
- * conf/mount/{mount_irix5.c,mount_irix6.c} (mount_irix): recognize
- efs and xfs separately from "ufs".
-
- * amd/{ops_xfs.c,ops_efs.c}: new support for irix xfs/efs.
-
- * aux/configure.in: look for irix efs and xfs file systems.
-
- * scripts/amd.conf.5: new unmount_on_exit option documented.
-
- * doc/am-utils.texi (unmount_on_exit): new option documented.
-
- * amd/conf.c (gopt_unmount_on_exit): new function to handle new
- amd.conf option.
-
- * amd/map.c (umount_exported): if global amd.conf flag
- unmount_on_exit is on, then try to unmount all mounted (or
- restartable) file systems.
-
- * amd/amd.c: if print_pid option is on, then normally print it to
- stdout. If also pid_file is specified, then print the process ID
- into that file.
-
- * amd/get_args.c (get_args): print correct -l option depending if
- system supports syslog and/or syslog facilities. Patch from
- Tom Schmidt <tschmidt@micron.com>.
-
- * doc/am-utils.texi (opts Option): updates for documentation for
- new cdfs options defperm, nodefperm, noversion, rrip.
-
- * amd/ops_cdfs.c (mount_cdfs): support cdfs options defperm,
- nodefperm, noversion, rrip.
-
- * conf/nfs_prot/nfs_prot_osf.h: need to look at <cdfs/cdfsmount.h>
- on osf.
-
- * aux/macros/{expand_cpp_hex.m4, expand_cpp_int.m4,
- expand_cpp_string.m4}: use #error to make failed compilations
- fail faster, rather than have the program fail during a run.
-
- * include/am_compat.h: added a few new cdfs options: rrip,
- noversion, defperm, and nodefperm (used in OSF).
-
-Wed Jan 28 20:24:09 1998 Erez Zadok <ezk@lorien.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- * released snapshot am-utils-6.0a16s4
-
- * doc/am-utils.texi (Global Parameters): update manual for new
- amd.conf global variable hesiod_base.
-
- * scripts/amd.conf.5: update man page for new amd.conf global
- variable hesiod_base.
-
- * amd/get_args.c (get_args): use /etc/amd.conf file if exists by
- default, else try command line options. Patch from Randall
- S. Winchester <rsw@Glue.umd.edu>.
-
-Wed Jan 28 12:20:56 1998 Erez Zadok <ezk@shekel.mcl.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- * amd/info_hesiod.c (hesiod_search), amd/conf.c
- (gopt_hesiod_base), amd/amd.h, amd/amd.c (init_global_options):
- included patch from Randall S. Winchester <rsw@Glue.umd.edu>, to
- support a hesiod base name in the amd.conf file.
-
- * doc/am-utils.texi (pid_file Parameter): document new global
- amd.conf parameter.
-
- * scripts/amd.conf.5: document new global option pid_file.
-
- * amd/amd.c (daemon_mode): if cannot open pid_file, continue to
- run, but print error message.
-
- * amd/conf.c (gopt_pid_file), amd/amd.h, amd/amd.c (daemon_mode,
- init_global_options): Included patch from Randall S. Winchester
- <rsw@Glue.umd.edu>, to support pid files in the amd.conf file.
-
- * amd/get_args.c (get_args): correct usage info on amd -t.
-
- * amd/*.c: massive file name and symbol name changes. All amd
- file systems files and symbols are prefix with amfs_*. Now using
- real name of file system: amfs_auto instead of afs, amfs_inherit
- instead of ifs, amfs_linkx instead of sfsx, etc. This will enable
- clear distinction between amd file system and generic ones like
- nfs/ufs/pcfs/hsfs. Also, now we can implement true afs (Andrew
- f/s) and DFS (Distributed f/s).
-
- * amd/amfs_union.c: unionfs for amd is always defined, no need to
- #ifdef it.
-
-Mon Jan 26 16:51:38 1998 Erez Zadok <ezk@chestnut.mcl.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- * libamu/mount_fs.c (compute_nfs_args): set 'noconn' NFS option on
- or off, based on the particular quirks of the OS in question.
-
- * aux/macros/check_nfs_socket_connection.m4: new macro to set the
- correct wait of handling un/connected NFS sockets.
-
- * scripts/wait4amd.in: use rlogin instead of rsh.
-
- * amd/am_ops.c (ops_showfstypes): when showing F/S types in amd
- -v, always show "nfs3" for NFS V.3.
-
-1998-01-25 Erez Zadok <ezk@snoopy.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- * lots of small fixes for solaris 2.6, since gcc 2.8.0 -Wall gets
- more picky than 2.7.2.3 did.
-
-1998-01-24 Erez Zadok <ezk@snoopy.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- * include/am_utils.h (dlog): amuDebug macros reduced to shorter
- forms.
-
-Fri Jan 23 18:38:30 1998 Erez Zadok <ezk@goat.mcl.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- * released snapshot am-utils-6.0a16s3
-
- * include/am_defs.h: on Solaris 2.6, <sys/varargs.h> is included
- in <sys/fs/autofs.h> but since stdargs.h is used, and varargs.h
- must not, fake a definition for varargs.
-
-Fri Jan 16 10:16:40 1998 Erez Zadok <ezk@shekel.mcl.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- * README: show how to configure in additional support such as
- hesiod using various --enable-* flags.
-
-Wed Jan 14 15:13:02 1998 Erez Zadok <ezk@shekel.mcl.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- * aux/configure.in: look for strcasecmp(), and replace it if not
- available.
-
- * amd/ops_nfsl.c (nfsl_match): host names should be compared using
- case insensitive.
-
- * amd/opts.c: for each map variable, define if the comparison
- needs to be done case insensitive.
-
- * include/am_utils.h (STRCEQ): a new macro to use strcasecmp().
- Patch from Thomas Richter <richter@chemie.fu-berlin.de>
-
-1998-01-14 Erez Zadok <ezk@irt.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- * aux/configure.in: look for "isofs" as a possible mount type for
- cdfs (RedHat Linux).
-
-Wed Jan 14 02:07:05 1998 Erez Zadok <ezk@shekel.mcl.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- * conf/mount/mount_linux.c (parse_opts): don't look for cdfs mount
- type if not defined.
-
- * conf/nfs_prot/nfs_prot_linux.h: don't define __FD_* macros if
- already defined.
-
- * aux/configure.in: look for ext2fs before ufs, b/c some linux
- have both.
-
-Mon Jan 12 15:43:20 1998 Erez Zadok <ezk@shekel.mcl.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- * Makefile.am (snapshot): allow me to install snapshots into the
- ftp directory.
-
- * scripts/ctl-hlfsd.in: don't turn on -D mem by default.
-
- * amd/get_args.c (get_args): minor bug in output of amd -H.
-
-Mon Jan 12 03:05:06 1998 Erez Zadok <ezk@chestnut.mcl.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- *******************************************************************
- *** Released am-utils-6.0a15 ***
- *******************************************************************
-
-Sun Jan 11 15:06:34 1998 Erez Zadok <ezk@shekel.mcl.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- * amd/conf.c (*_browsable_dirs): allow specifying
- browsable_dirs=full, which will print *all* entries (other than
- /default), including those with '*' and '/' characters.
-
- * amd/info_file.c (MAX_LINE_LEN): up maximum readdir chain length
- to 1500.
-
- * doc/am-utils.texi: fixed reversed documentation for NFS mount
- options vers and proto.
-
- * doc/Makefile.am (install-html): separate target just for
- installing html files. Another new target "alldocs" is just for
- installing all files needed for the am-utils home page.
-
- * scripts/amd.conf-sample: updated example for log_file.
-
- * scripts/amd.conf.5: updated for new way to declare new syslog
- facility in the log_file option.
-
- * amd/amd.8: updated for new way to declare new syslog facility in
- the -l option.
-
- * libamu/xutil.c (get_syslog_facility): allow users to specify the
- syslog facility as an appended string to the log device. Ex. amd
- -l syslog:local7 will use LOG_LOCAL7, while the older -l syslog
- will use the default LOG_DAEMON facility.
-
- * amd/get_args.c (get_args): updated new syntax for amd -l
- syslog:facility.
-
-Thu Jan 8 04:05:10 1998 Erez Zadok <ezk@shekel.mcl.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- * aux/macros/host_macros.m4: don't confuse sun3 (sparc) with sun3
- (intel).
-
- * libamu/wire.c (print_wires): bug fix. Nullify output buffer
- before appending to it, on systems with two or more network
- interfaces.
-
- * conf/nfs_prot/nfs_prot_sunos5_3.h: add missing definition for
- the mntent for cachefs.
-
- * include/am_defs.h: external definition for strstr() should use
- const for both arguments.
-
- * aux/configure.in: add extern definitions for getwd() if missing.
-
- * include/am_defs.h: define the extern for strdup() even if the
- function does not exist, for it will be filled in by
- libamu/strdup.c
-
- * amq/pawd.c (cluster_server): don't use getccent() if the extern
- for it isn't there. On hpux 10.20, the function is in libc, but
- <cluster.h> and struct cct_entry do not exist.
-
- * aux/configure.in: check for an extern for getccent() b/c some
- hpux systems don't have it (hpux 10.20).
-
-Wed Jan 7 00:09:19 1998 Erez Zadok <ezk@lorien.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- * doc/am-utils.texi (Amq -T option): manual documentation updates
- for new amq options -T/-U.
-
- * amq/amq.8: updated man page for new amq options -T/-U.
-
- * amq/amq.c: two new switches to amq. -U will contact amd using
- UDP only. -T will use TCP only. Normally amq will try TCP and
- if that failed, will try UDP.
-
- * doc/am-utils.texi (pawd): manual documentation for pawd.
-
- * amq/pawd.1: new man page for pawd.
-
-Tue Jan 6 04:21:59 1998 Erez Zadok <ezk@lorien.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- * amq/pawd.c: a new program, Print Automounter Working Directory,
- to print the proper pathname of the cwd or any other pathname,
- adjusted for automounter paths, while avoiding mount points.
-
- * aux/macros/localconfig.m4: trivial support for am-utils
- maintainers to adjust some of the configuration of am-utils after
- it has been auto-configured by putting whatever definitions you
- wish in a file called localconfig.h, located in the top build
- directory (the same one where config.h is created for you).
-
- * doc/am-utils.texi (Caching Filesystem): updated documents for
- cachefs file system.
-
- * amd/ops_cachefs.c: initial cachefs support, for solaris.
- type:=cachefs, requires cachedir:=/cache/dir/name to be defined
- and initialized with cfsadmin -c. $rfs is backdir to be cached
- from, and $fs is the local mount point of the cachefs.
-
- * conf/mount/mount_svr4.c (mount_svr4): support mounting of
- cachefs file systems.
-
- * amd/ops_cdfs.c: cdfs should be named 'cdfs', not whatever the
- mnttab type is.
-
-Mon Jan 5 23:22:49 1998 Erez Zadok <ezk@lorien.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- * amd/opts.c: added support for new variable $cachedir.
-
- * include/am_utils.h: added opt_cachedir field to struct am_opts.
-
-Sat Jan 3 01:43:57 1998 Erez Zadok <ezk@lorien.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- * amd/ops_nfsl.c (nfsl_ffserver, nfsl_match): also check if the
- local hostname does not match $rhost, and if so, also assume
- type:=nfs.
-
-Fri Jan 2 01:00:40 1998 Erez Zadok <ezk@lorien.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- * updated all source files to add 1998 as a copyright year.
-
- * amd/ops_nfsl.c: new amd meta file system "type:=nfsl". Behaves
- like type:=linkx if the pathname denoted by $fs exists, and like
- type:=nfs if it does not. A convenient shortcut for the most
- popular amd map entry.
-
- * amd/amd.c (main): amd should chdir to / before starting, to
- avoid hanging on other NFS server if started elsewhere.
-
- * amd/ops_TEMPLATE.c: added an empty template file for developers
- who wish to write new amd pseudo file systems.
-
-Thu Jan 1 00:27:28 1998 Erez Zadok <ezk@shekel.mcl.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- * hlfsd/homedir.c (plt_init): make function exported, to save on
- the unnecessary init_homedir() function which was removed.
- (table_add): don't use xmalloc() when you can use strdup()
- instead.
-
-Thu Jan 1 00:15:58 1998 Erez Zadok <ezk@chestnut.mcl.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- * hlfsd/homedir.c (hlfsd_endpwent): Don't actually run this
- because we will be making more passwd calls afterwards. On
- Solaris 2.5.1, making getpwent() calls after calling endpwent()
- results in a memory leak! (and no, even Purify didn't detect
- it...)
-
-Tue Dec 23 18:23:47 1997 Erez Zadok <ezk@chestnut.mcl.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- * hlfsd/hlfsd.c (main): Bug fix. Don't try to free() an
- automatically allocated address.
-
- * amd/ops_afs.c (mount_toplvl): Bug fix. Don't try to free() an
- automatically allocated address.
-
- * ALL SOURCES: change every direct call to free() to xfree(), so
- it can be mapped to the right debugging function as needed.
-
- * include/am_utils.h: new free() policy. If debugging memory,
- call dxfree(), which will print the file name and line number
- where the free occurred and the pointer address. if only regular
- debugging, then free() and reset the pointer to NULL so it cannot
- be used afterwards inadvertently. If not DEBUG at all, then just
- run free(). Three different #define macros set the right mapping.
-
- * libamu/xutil.c (dxfree): renamed function to dxfree(), so it can
- be called only when debugging the memory.
-
-Tue Dec 23 04:24:28 1997 Erez Zadok <ezk@shekel.mcl.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- * wire-test/wire-test.c (main): use xmalloc() not malloc().
-
- * conf/transp/transp_tli.c (get_knetconfig): use xzalloc() not
- calloc().
-
- * conf/mtab/mtab_mach3.c (convert): use xzalloc() not calloc().
-
- * conf/mount/mount_linux.c (parse_opts): use xmalloc() not
- malloc().
-
- * amd/info_ldap.c: use xmalloc() not malloc().
-
- * libamu/xutil.c (xzalloc): new function to allocate memory and
- zero its bytes.
-
- * amq/amq.c: amq does not need its own definition of xfree().
-
- * aux/macros/opt_debug.m4: if used --enable-debug=mem, then also
- look for function malloc_verify() in libmapmalloc.a, and function
- mallinfo() in libmalloc.
-
- * libamu/xutil.c (checkup_mem): do not use mallinfo field
- uordbytes, because it does not always exist. Rather, compute it
- from other fields..
-
- * include/am_utils.h: add external definition to xfree() function
- used when debugging memory references.
-
-Mon Dec 22 03:01:30 1997 Erez Zadok <ezk@shekel.mcl.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- * amd/ops_afs.c (afs_readdir_browsable): reduce the number of
- bytes heuristically computed to be returned to the kernel.
- Otherwise browsable_dirs fails on OpenBSD 2.2.
-
- * amd/mntfs.c (uninit_mntfs): bug fix. Moved freeing of
- mf_private field to AFTER it gets used.
-
-Sat Dec 20 00:51:21 1997 Erez Zadok <ezk@shekel.mcl.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- * amd/ops_host.c (host_umounted): don't use clnt_spcreateerror()
- on systems that don't support it.
-
- * include/am_defs.h: add missing extern definition for free().
-
- * aux/configure.in: check for external definition for free().
-
- * libamu/Makefile.am: add to comment a mention of strstr as an
- optional function.
-
- * libamu/xutil.c (switch_to_logfile): use openlog() options only
- if they exist.
-
- * conf/transp/transp_sockets.c (get_nfs_version): don't use
- clnt_spcreateerror if it does not exist.
-
- * aux/configure.in: check for missing functions clnt_create and
- clnt_spcreateerror. Check for missing strstr, and complete
- its code. Check for missing external definition for strstr.
-
- * aux/macros/host_macros.m4: normalize sun3* names.
-
- * Makefile.am: updates for new sunos3 files distributed.
-
- * conf/nfs_prot/nfs_prot_sunos3.h: new file.
-
- * conf/fh_dref/fh_dref_sunos3.h: new file.
-
- * aux/macros/check_nfs_prot_headers.m4: added sunos3 case.
-
- * aux/macros/check_nfs_fh_dref.m4: added sunos3 case.
-
- * doc/am-utils.texi (wire Selector Variable): updated manual for
- adjusted variables wire, network, and netnumber, all using the
- in_network() function.
-
-Fri Dec 19 04:37:36 1997 Erez Zadok <ezk@shekel.mcl.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- * amd/opts.c: allow options to be processed by executing arbitrary
- functions. Converted wire, network, and netnumber all to use the
- nomadic function in_network. So from now on they perform a match
- against all networks, not just primary.
-
- * initial port to alpha-unknown-linux-gnu, probably works, but
- untested yet.
-
- * conf/nfs_prot/nfs_prot_linux.h: add special definitions for
- __FD_* macros which for som strange reason do not get included
- from <selectbits.h> on redhat alpha linux. Also turn off usage of
- <rpc/des_auth.h> because it is incomplete on the same systems.
-
- * hlfsd/homedir.c (table_add): cast uid field to int, for
- comparison.
-
- * include/am_defs.h: more coflicts with redhat alpha linux
- "resolved".
-
- * aux/macros/{mount_headers,try_compile_anyfs,try_compile_nfs}.m4:
- There's a conflict of definitions on redhat alpha linux between
- <netinet/in.h> and <linux/fs.h> which must be avoided.
-
- * aux/configure.in: check for <socketbits.h>, which is in use on
- redhat alpha linux.
-
- * doc/am-utils.texi (Selectors): added documentation to describe
- the new "!" (negated) nomadic functions.
-
- * amd/opts.c (f_in_network): print debugging info that is correct,
- rather than saying that any ARG is on a local network.
- (eval_opts): added support for negating nomadic functions, by
- prepending "!" to their name. Example, !exists(/foo/bar).
-
-Thu Dec 18 20:57:19 1997 Erez Zadok <ezk@shekel.mcl.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- * include/am_compat.h: ensure that all NFS3 systems have the mount
- table entries (and amd opts switches) "proto" and "vers".
-
- * hlfsd/homedir.c (table_add): added some debugging info to try
- and track down a serious memory leak in hlfsd.
-
-1997-12-18 Erez Zadok <ezk@t-rex.mcl.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- * libamu/mount_fs.c (compute_nfs_args): OpenBSD 2.2 requires that
- you do NOT set the noconn option, and use connected sockets
- always. So I'm now forced not to set it at all, and have the user
- specify it as "conn" or "noconn" in their /default entry. Argh...
- Finally, it looks as if OpenBSD 2.2's NFS 3 implementation may be
- buggy (TCP hangs with "short receive" kernel errors). I'd better
- wait until they get it working in their version of the automounter
- first. So I'm putting the "noconn" option back.
-
-Thu Dec 18 02:39:39 1997 Erez Zadok <ezk@shekel.mcl.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- * libamu/mount_fs.c (compute_nfs_args): use maxgrps option and set
- nfs_args field maxgrouplist accordingly.
-
- * include/am_compat.h (MNTTAB_OPT_MAXGROUPS): complete definition
- for mount table entry for maxgroups based on NFS mount option
- maxgrp.
-
- * aux/configure.in: put back testing for NFS mount option
- "maxgrps". Added test for mount table entry "maxgroups".
-
- * libamu/mount_fs.c (compute_nfs_args): perform more careful tests
- on nfs_proto, because it could be NULL.
-
- * doc/am-utils.texi (Selectors): added example of in_network()
- selector.
-
- * aux/macros/check_hide_mount_type.m4: all hpux versions,
- including 9.x, should use "ignore" as the mount type to hide from
- amd.
-
-Wed Dec 17 13:09:21 1997 Erez Zadok <ezk@shekel.mcl.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- * include/am_utils.h (NSTREQ): use new macro instead of strncmp()
- every where in the sources.
-
-Wed Dec 17 01:15:01 1997 Erez Zadok <ezk@lorien.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- * libamu/mount_fs.c (print_nfs_args): if -D trace is on, will
- print as much info that is given in struct nfs_args as possible.
- useful for detecting internal flags and options, as well as the
- file handle used.
-
- * scripts/ctl-amd.in: look for amd.conf file in ${prefix}/etc
- after /etc and before /etc/local.
-
-Tue Dec 16 18:51:36 1997 Erez Zadok <ezk@shekel.mcl.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- * aux/configure.in, libamu/Makefile.am: added support for linking
- with specific versions of libamu. Upped shared library version of
- libamu to 1 (libamu.so.1.0.0)
-
- * include/am_defs.h: added external definition for mkstemp() as
- needed.
-
- * minor new port to i386-unknown-netbsd1.3 (BETA version of
- netbsd).
-
- * aux/config.guess: don't leave a trailing '.' on the system name
- for NetBSD-1.3_BETA and similarly for OpenBSD.
-
- * conf/nfs_prot/nfs_prot_netbsd1_3.h: new header for the slight
- differences in ypall calling conventions.
-
- * mk-amd-map/mk-amd-map.c (main): use mkstemp() whenever possible
- in preference over mktemp(), b/c it is more secure.
-
- * aux/configure.in: check for mkstemp(), a more secure version of
- mktemp().
-
-Mon Dec 15 02:32:14 1997 Erez Zadok <ezk@shekel.mcl.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- * amd/ops_nfs.c (mount_nfs_fh): Systems that include the mount
- table "vers" option generally do not set the mnttab entry to
- "nfs3", but to "nfs" and then they set "vers=3". Setting it to
- "nfs3" works, but it may break some things like "df -t nfs" and
- the "quota" program (esp. on Solaris and Irix). So on those
- systems, set it to "nfs".
-
-Sat Dec 13 01:36:27 1997 Erez Zadok <ezk@shekel.mcl.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- * doc/am-utils.texi (Distrib): updates for new ports, location of
- am-utils' home page, and URL cross references (now supported by my
- version of texi2html).
-
- * aux/macros/check_mtype_type.m4: also use string type for file
- system mount types under nextstep for mount(2).
-
- * aux/macros/check_mtype_printf_type.m4}: nextstep can handle both
- integer and string types for file system mount types in mount(2),
- but it is better to use string types.
-
- * conf/nfs_prot/nfs_prot_nextstep.h: set emum nfsstat's NFS_OK to
- 0, not 1! Otherwise, all NFS calls (esp. mount) return errno 1
- (EPERM) instead of 0 (OK). Fixes m68k-next-nextstep3 which now
- works.
-
- * conf/nfs_prot/nfs_prot_bsdi2.h: set emum nfsstat's NFS_OK to 0,
- not 1! Otherwise, all NFS calls (esp. mount) return errno 1
- (EPERM) instead of 0 (OK).
-
- * libamu/xdr_func.c (xdr_*): add debugging calls that are optioned
- by -D trace (protocol trace).
-
-1997-12-11 Erez Zadok <ezk@bach.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- * A.m68k-next-nextstep3/amu_nfs_prot.h: define missing S_ISDIR
- macro based on existence on others, and include <sys/stat.h>.
-
-Thu Dec 11 14:14:38 1997 Erez Zadok <ezk@shekel.mcl.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- * aux/macros/try_compile_nfs.m4 (AC_TRY_COMPILE): turn off
- inclusion of <nfs/nfs_mount.h> which only affects nextstep3, on
- which this header is broken (it tries to include non-existing
- headers).
-
-Wed Dec 10 16:09:07 1997 Erez Zadok <ezk@shekel.mcl.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- * libamu/mount_fs.c (mnt_flags): support either nfs or generic
- mount option for grpid.
-
- * aux/configure.in: turn back on NFS mount option grpid.
-
-Sat Dec 6 04:36:05 1997 Erez Zadok <ezk@shekel.mcl.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- * doc/Makefile.am (install-ps): added target to install postscript
- file in the am-utils' home page, as well as a few other useful
- files for the new am-utils Web page.
-
-Mon Nov 17 05:22:56 1997 Erez Zadok <ezk@shekel.mcl.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- *******************************************************************
- *** Released am-utils-6.0a14 ***
- *******************************************************************
-
-Sun Nov 16 21:56:16 1997 Erez Zadok <ezk@shekel.mcl.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- * doc/am-utils.texi (Supported Platforms): updated table of new
- ports.
-
-Sat Nov 15 06:36:27 1997 Erez Zadok <ezk@shekel.mcl.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- * libamu/mount_fs.c (compute_automounter_nfs_args): pass mnttab
- options so that they can be printed in logs as needed.
-
- * doc/am-utils.texi (osver Parameter): updated for the correct
- usage of the -o/-O options.
-
- * scripts/amd.conf.5: corrected info for -o/-O options.
-
- * amd/amd.8: updated man page for new -O op_sys_name option, and
- corrected the usage of the -o op_sys_ver option
-
- * amd/get_args.c (get_args): added new amd option -O to override
- OS name.
- (get_args): updated usage string. Removed old -m option. Added
- -o and -O options.
-
- * conf/nfs_prot/nfs_prot_irix5.h: add definition to FHSIZE in case
- it is not there. Reportedly, irix 5.2 does not define it.
-
- * scripts/lostaltmail.in: removed references to unused $hack
- variable.
-
- * aux/macros/check_nfs_prot_headers.m4: Patch from Chris Metcalf
- <metcalf@cag.lcs.mit.edu> to correctly set the nfs_prot headers
- for solaris2.5.
-
- * doc/am-utils.texi (Distrib): typo in the subscription
- instructions to amd-dev. Patch from Stefan Vogel
- <vogel@physik-rzu.unizh.ch>.
-
-1997-11-15 Erez Zadok <ezk@amtrak.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- * NFS3 works on powerpc-ibm-aix4.2.1.0.
-
- * libamu/mount_fs.c (compute_nfs_args): set fh3 variable to
- static. Some compilers (gcc from egcs on aix 4.2.1) corrupt the
- stack of an automatic variable when pointer to it is passed around
- several times.
-
-Fri Nov 14 20:09:28 1997 Erez Zadok <ezk@shekel.mcl.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- * libamu/xutil.c (real_plog): syslog like behavior for normal
- logging. Will not print repeated strings, only a count "last
- message repeated N times", but will always print something if
- message is repeated more than 100 times.
-
- * scripts/lostaltmail.in: look for lostaltmail.conf files also in
- /etc/global, /etc/os, and /etc/local (in that order).
-
-Mon Nov 10 03:03:17 1997 Erez Zadok <ezk@lorien.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- * conf/mount/mount_aix.c (mount_aix3): add support for NFS V.3
- mounts.
-
- * aux/macros/struct_nfs_args.m4 (AC_TRY_COMPILE_NFS): test for
- aix42_nfs_args, specially set in conf/nfs_prot/nfs_prot_aix4_2.h
-
- * conf/sa_dref/sa_dref_*.h: from now on, the "dst" argument to the
- NFS_SA_DREF macro is a pointer to the structure that used to be
- passed to it before. So now I have to dereference the pointer
- before accessing its values.
-
- * hlfsd/hlfsd.c (main): use the new and cleaner
- compute_nfs_args() and compute_automounter_nfs_args() functions.
-
- * amd/ops_nfs.c (mount_nfs_fh): use the new and cleaner
- compute_nfs_args() and compute_automounter_nfs_args() functions.
-
- * amd/ops_afs.c (mount_toplvl): MAJOR CODE REVISION. Use the new
- and cleaner compute_nfs_args() and compute_automounter_nfs_args()
- functions.
-
- * libamu/mount_fs.c (compute_nfs_args): major code cleanup that
- relates for struct nfs_args. A new function sets the numerous
- possible flags and fields of nfs_args_t in an orderly fashion.
- Code cleaned up, organized, and moved from amd/hlfsd into
- libamu. This saves on overall size of code.
- (compute_automounter_nfs_args): A variant of compute_nfs_args()
- which sets special options/flags that need to be used when NFS
- mounting an automounter's mount point. Used by hlfsd and amd.
-
- * amq/amq.c (get_secure_amd_client): don't print any more
- "get_secure_amd_client: using TCP, port 12345". It's more
- annoying than useful a message, even when assumed to be compiled
- under DEBUG only.
-
-Thu Oct 30 14:33:38 1997 Erez Zadok <ezk@shekel.mcl.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- * aux/macros/check_mnttab_type.m4: MAJOR BUG fixed for non-nfs
- mount table entries. The code used to define the /etc/mnttab name
- for file systems based on physical media (disk, cdrom, floppy) to
- the generic name, rather than the OS specific name. For example
- autoconf searches for all these types of mount table entries for a
- floppy based file system: vfat pcfs pc msdos msdosfs fat. But if
- it found any, it hard-coded the mnttab name to "pcfs" rather than
- the actual name found! Same for ufs, cdfs, pcfs, tmpfs, lofs,
- nullfs, unionfs, and umapfs.
-
- * aux/configure.in: also test for xfs (for newer Irix) when
- looking for mount type names, numbers, etc of a disk-based ufs.
-
-Sun Oct 26 19:32:57 1997 Erez Zadok <ezk@defiant.soscorp.com>
-
- * amq/amq.c (main): use pmap_ping() to test if remote host is up.
- This works better on bsdi2 and bsdi3, because their portmapper
- does not appear to like forwarding operations (it is generaly
- insecure).
-
-Sat Oct 25 04:55:56 1997 Erez Zadok <ezk@shekel.mcl.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- *******************************************************************
- *** Released am-utils-6.0a13 ***
- *******************************************************************
-
-Fri Oct 24 05:04:37 1997 Erez Zadok <ezk@shekel.mcl.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- * conf/nfs_prot/nfs_prot_ncr2.h: added missing definition for
- struct datum typedef.
-
- * conf/nfs_prot/nfs_prot_netbsd.h: corrected typedef for
- ypall_callback_fxn_t for netbsd.
-
- * aux/macros/type_auth_create_gidlist.m4: hpux10.10 uses int for
- the 5th arg to authunix_create(), while before and after they used
- gid_t.
-
- * conf/transp/transp_tli.c (amu_clnt_create_best_vers): don't use
- clnt_create_timed() on older Solaris 2.3 systems that did not have
- it.
-
- * conf/nfs_prot/nfs_prot_bsdi2.h: <msdosfs/msdosfsmount.h> is for
- kernel only on bsdi2, so do not include it.
-
-Fri Oct 24 00:29:42 1997 Erez Zadok <ezk@lorien.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- * hlfsd/stubs.c (nfsproc_readlink_2_svc): avoid logging repeated
- messages about resolution of mailboxes based on uid/gid.
-
- * scripts/ctl-hlfsd.in: check for alternate password file in
- ${prefix}/etc/passwd and use it in hlfsd's startup.
-
-Thu Oct 23 22:48:50 1997 Erez Zadok <ezk@lorien.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- * hlfsd/homedir.c (hlfsd_getpwent): added support for -P
- passwdfile option. If hlfsd is started with -P passwdfile, then
- the passwdfile is read and parsed just as a standard unix
- passwd(4) file. Only the username, uid, and homedir fields are
- read and checked. All the rest are ignored. No NIS/netgroup
- support!
-
- * hlfsd/hlfsd.c (main): check if hlfsd is run as root after
- parsing command line options, so that usage() can be printed when
- -h is invoked.
-
-Wed Oct 22 00:16:39 1997 Erez Zadok <ezk@lorien.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- * amd/nfs_start.c (mount_automounter): if autofs service listener
- fails to initialize it is OK if using a test amd.
-
- * amd/opts.c (f_in_network): new nomadic function in_network(arg),
- which returns TRUE if 'arg' is any one of this host's networks.
-
- * libamu/wire.c (getwire): rewritten parts of function, to store
- all networks names and numbers in the order of the interface (not
- in reverse).
-
-Mon Oct 20 01:59:25 1997 Erez Zadok <ezk@shekel.mcl.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- * aux/configure.in: don't add ops_ufs.o on AIX twice. My code
- would have worked had it not been due to AIX's buggy /bin/sh.
-
- * doc/Makefile.am (EXTRA_DIST): include am-utils.dvi and
- am-utils.ps in the distribution sources.
- (html): generate html documentation for
- http://www.am-utils.org
-
-Sun Oct 19 12:35:49 1997 Erez Zadok <ezk@shekel.mcl.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- * conf/nfs_prot/nfs_prot_netbsd.h: override the definition of
- ypall_callback_fxn_t. The NetBSD team compiles all sources with
- gcc -Wall -Wmissing-prototypes -Wstrict-prototypes.
-
- * amd/info_nis.c: allow for override of ypall_callback_fxn_t
- function typedef.
-
- * libamu/xutil.c (amu_release_controlling_tty): new function to
- release the controlling tty in a clean and sane manner. No longer
- using setpgid() b/c it may not work. Uses setsid(),
- and ioctl() (in order). This new function is used in amd/amd.c
- and hlfsd/hlfsd.c. Also avoid setpgrp(), because it works on some
- systems, but on others it is the same as setpgid().
-
-Sat Oct 18 23:42:40 1997 Erez Zadok <ezk@shekel.mcl.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- * aux/acconfig.h: check for nfs mount option 'fsname'. Code for
- it was in amd/ops_afs.c, amd/ops_nfs.c, and hlfsd/hlfsd.c, but
- never used, because the configure test for fsname flag wasn't
- used. This fixed a bug in HPUX 10, where syncer and manual mounts
- left blank lines in /etc/mnttab.
-
- * aux/configure.in: check for nfs mount option 'fsname'.
-
-Fri Oct 17 13:30:27 1997 Erez Zadok <ezk@shekel.mcl.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- * amd/ops_afs.c (mount_toplvl): turn on 'ignore' option in nfs
- mount flags of toplvl mounts. Important esp. for HPUX 10. Now
- hpux-10 will mount amd's mounts points as 'ignore' (by df).
-
- * aux/configure.in: check for NFS mount option 'ignore', useful in
- HPUX 10.
-
-Thu Oct 16 03:28:33 1997 Erez Zadok <ezk@shekel.mcl.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- * aux/macros/check_hide_mount_type.m4: hpux 10 should use "ignore"
- mount type and not NFS, for the amd mount points.
-
- * conf/transp/transp_tli.c (amu_clnt_create_best_vers): don't log
- an RPC timeout as an error, but just an info message. From
- Andreas Stolcke <stolcke@speech.sri.com>
-
- * If the NFS server is down or does not support the portmapper
- call (such as certain Novell NFS servers) we mark it as version 2
- and we let the nfs code deal with the case that is down. If when
- the server comes back up, it can support NFS V.3 and/or TCP, it
- will use those. From christos@deshaw.com (Christos Zoulas).
-
- * hlfsd/homedir.c (plt_print): various compile time cleanups to
- printfs that take a long, but pass an int to print. From
- christos@deshaw.com (Christos Zoulas).
-
- * aux/macros/func_bad_yp_all.m4 (ac_cv_func_yp_all_clean,): new
- macro to determine if the OS has a bad yp_all(), based on the host
- OS name. So far only irix (all versions) have a bad yp_all, so
- they will use am_yp_all() instead (which is slower as it
- enumerates manually all of the map's entries).
-
-Thu Oct 16 03:14:37 1997 Erez Zadok <ezk@subzero.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- * amd/info_nis.c (am_yp_all): code for a replacement yp_all that
- avoids using a file-descriptor leaking yp_all() on some systems
- like irix.
-
-Wed Oct 15 21:52:35 1997 Erez Zadok <ezk>
-
- * fsinfo/fsinfo.h: avoid redefining yywrap incorrectly on DU-4.x
- systems using /usr/bin/flex.
-
- * amd/conf_tok.l (yywrap): avoid redefining yywrap for systems
- that have a modified GNU flex which does define yywrap (DU-4.x).
-
-Fri Sep 26 14:25:29 1997 Erez Zadok <ezk@shekel.mcl.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- * conf/checkmount/checkmount_bsd44.c: include prototype.
-
-Fri Sep 26 01:26:24 1997 Erez Zadok <ezk@shekel.mcl.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- *******************************************************************
- *** Released am-utils-6.0a12 ***
- *******************************************************************
-
-Fri Sep 26 00:13:48 1997 Erez Zadok <ezk@shekel.mcl.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- * conf/nfs_prot/nfs_prot_irix6.h: completely turn off all autofs
- code in irix6 until it can be tested correctly
-
- * conf/transp/transp_tli.c (amu_clnt_create_best_vers): time out
- on clnt_create for 3 seconds, rather than wait for the much longer
- default.
-
- * conf/nfs_prot/nfs_prot_aix4_2.h: port to powerpc-ibm-aix4.2.1.0.
- Includes NFS3, untested.
-
-Thu Sep 25 11:03:11 1997 Erez Zadok <ezk@shekel.mcl.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- * amd/ops_pcfs.c (mount_pcfs): fill in uid/gid fields of
- pcfs_args_t if they exist.
-
- * amd/ops_cdfs.c (mount_cdfs): fill in ssector field of
- cdfs_args_t if it exists.
-
- * new minor ports hppa1.1-hp-hpux10.10, hppa1.1-hp-hpux9.05,
- hppa1.1-hp-hpux9.07, m68k-hp-hpux9.00, and sparc-sun-sunos4.1.4.
-
-Wed Sep 24 00:48:05 1997 Erez Zadok <ezk@shekel.mcl.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- * doc/am-utils.texi (wire-test): updated documentation for the new
- option.
-
- * wire-test/wire-test.8: updated man page for new option.
-
- * wire-test/wire-test.c (main): added a test for various
- combinations of NFS proto/vers to a remote/local host.
-
- * aux/macros/try_compile_anyfs.m4 (AC_TRY_COMPILE): include
- <isofs/cd9660/cd9660_mount.h> and <msdosfs/msdosfsmount.h> so that
- freebsd will correctly set mount options for pcfs and cdfs.
-
- * amd/ops_pcfs.c (mount_pcfs): set mask field of pcfs_args to
- 0777 (if field exists).
-
- * aux/macros/try_compile_anyfs.m4 (AC_TRY_COMPILE): include
- <msdosfs/msdosfsmount.h> if available.
-
- * minor new port: rs6000-ibm-aix4.1.4.0.
-
- * libamu/mount_fs.c (mount_fs): fixed bug that caused HPUX not to
- write the "time" field in /etc/mnttab.
-
- * conf/mtab/mtab_file.c (mnt_dup): fixed typo in macro names for
- detecting mnt_time field of mntent_t.
-
- * libamu/mtab.c (mnt_free): fixed typo in macro names for
- detecting mnt_time field of mntent_t.
-
-Tue Sep 23 15:30:03 1997 Erez Zadok <ezk@shekel.mcl.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- * conf/mtab/mtab_file.c (lock): Use flock() in preference over
- fcntl() to lock the mtab file.
-
-Mon Sep 22 23:04:58 1997 Erez Zadok <ezk@shekel.mcl.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- * conf/transp/transp_sockets.c (get_nfs_version): define
- the try_again goto label only for NFS3.
- (pmap_ping): assume timeout failure of clnt_stat.
-
- * libamu/xdr_func.c (xdr_groupnode, xdr_exportnode): cast to
- "groups *".
-
-Mon Sep 22 20:34:33 1997 Erez Zadok <ezk@lorien.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- * conf/transp/transp_sockets.c (pmap_ping): patch from Dan Riley
- <dsr@mail.lns.cornell.edu> to make sure that amd works with more
- secure portmappers that do not allow forwarding of RPC messages to
- other services.
-
- * */Makefile.am: all source files should also depend on the new
- include/am_xdr_func.h header.
-
- * include/am_xdr_func.h: new file as part of the code cleanup from
- Christos Zoulas <christos@deshaw.com>.
-
- * Lots of fixes from Christos Zoulas <christos@deshaw.com> that
- involved missing prototypes, cleaned up ones, and removal of
- unused variables.
-
- * libamu/xdr_func.c (xdr_mountres3): some code cleanup. A switch
- statement with only one case is unclean.
-
-Mon Sep 22 17:26:38 1997 Erez Zadok <ezk@shekel.mcl.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- * amd/ops_<FOO>fs.c (mount_<FOO>fs): initialize mntent_t fields to
- 0 so that all fields are initialized to zero at first. This way
- SunOS 4.x and other systems don't get /etc/mtab entries with
- random integers for the fsck/freq fields. Patch from Andreas
- Stolcke <stolcke@speech.sri.com>.
-
-Mon Sep 22 00:34:19 1997 Erez Zadok <ezk@americas.psl.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- * conf/nfs_prot/nfs_prot_sunos4.h: include <nfs/nfs_clnt.h> so
- that the important definition for HOSTNAMESZ will be found.
-
- * amd/ops_afs.c (mount_toplvl): limit hostname size to HOSTNAMESZ
- (inside the nfs_args structure) if the system uses that macro.
- Otherwise systems like SunOS refuse to NFS mount long pathnames
- and result in ENAMETOOLONG errno's.
-
-Wed Sep 17 04:56:11 1997 Erez Zadok <ezk@shekel.mcl.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- * doc/am-utils.texi (Supported Platforms): specify new support for
- solaris 2.6, and hlfsd running on 2.5.1 too.
-
-Wed Sep 17 03:55:02 1997 Erez Zadok <ezk@amsterdam.psl.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- * conf/mount/mount_svr4.c (mount_svr4): don't attemt an autofs
- mount if it is not supported or was turned off.
-
-Wed Sep 17 03:19:36 1997 Erez Zadok <ezk@americas.psl.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- * conf/nfs_prot/nfs_prot_sunos4.h: fixed so that it will nfs mount
- again. Apparently at some previous release SunOS 4 supported was
- broken and all nfs mounts resulted in ESTALE.
-
-Wed Sep 17 00:26:25 1997 Erez Zadok <ezk@amsterdam.psl.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- * conf/nfs_prot/nfs_prot_sunos5_6.h: nfs protocol headers for
- solaris 2.6.
-
- * aux/macros/check_nfs_prot_headers.m4: added solaris 2.6 nfs
- protocol header selection.
-
-Sat Sep 13 14:31:51 1997 Erez Zadok <ezk@shekel.mcl.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- * conf/transp/transp_tli.c (amu_clnt_create_best_vers): avoid
- infinite loop.
-
-Sun Sep 7 18:23:23 1997 Erez Zadok <ezk@shekel.mcl.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- *******************************************************************
- *** Released am-utils-6.0a11 ***
- *******************************************************************
-
-Fri Sep 5 11:55:10 1997 Erez Zadok <ezk@shekel.mcl.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- * amd/amd.c (main): if plock() succeeded, don't try to display
- errno message. Patch from Chris Metcalf
- <metcalf@catfish.lcs.mit.edu.
-
-Thu Sep 4 19:17:58 1997 Erez Zadok <ezk@shekel.mcl.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- * hlfsd/homedir.c (table_add): make sure duplicate passwd entries
- are ignored. Only the first entry should ever be used, because
- that's how lookup in passwd database works.
-
- * conf/transp/transp_sockets.c (get_nfs_version): when determining
- if a remote host is up or down, use NFS v.2. Fix suggested by
- Enami Tsugutomo <enami@cv.sony.co.jp>.
-
- * conf/transp/transp_tli.c (amu_clnt_create_best_vers): new
- function to get the best possible NFS version, but also timeout
- faster than normal defaults, so remote hosts which are down can be
- detected in a reasonable time.
- (get_nfs_version): use the new "best" function.
-
-Tue Sep 2 00:41:00 1997 Erez Zadok <ezk@shekel.mcl.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- *******************************************************************
- *** Released am-utils-6.0a10 ***
- *******************************************************************
-
-Mon Sep 1 15:39:51 1997 Erez Zadok <ezk@shekel.mcl.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- * conf/transp/transp_tli.c (get_nfs_version): don't use
- clnt_tp_create_timed() on systems that don'e have it (Solaris 2.4
- and earlier).
-
- * aux/configure.in: test for existence of clnt_tp_create_timed(),
- since Solaris 2.4 (and possibly earlier) do not have it.
-
-Mon Sep 1 15:23:18 1997 Erez Zadok <ezk@felix.psl.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- * amd/ops_autofs.c (autofs_unmount_1_svc): only display rdevid
- field if it exists (solaris 2.4's autofs does not have it).
-
-Mon Sep 1 14:45:09 1997 Erez Zadok <ezk@shekel.mcl.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- * aux/macros/type_auth_create_gidlist.m4: a new test to determine
- the correct type to the 5th argument of authunix_create().
-
-Mon Sep 1 03:44:32 1997 Erez Zadok <ezk@felix.psl.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- * libamu/xdr_func.c (xdr_umntrequest): add test for autofs
- structure umntrequest, if it has the field rdevid. Seems Solaris
- 2.4 and earlier didn't have it.
-
-Mon Sep 1 01:10:53 1997 Erez Zadok <ezk@shekel.mcl.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- * hlfsd/hlfsd.c (hlfsd_init): moved initialization upwards, so it
- can be done before primary process forks.
- (main): bug fix: wait a bit to give child a chance to initialize.
- Without this, hlfsd got into a busy infinite loop while, never
- completing the mount.
-
- * amd/info_nis.c: patch from Jason Thorpe <thorpej@nas.nasa.gov>
- to make amd works when talking to NIS+ servers in NIS
- compatibility mode.
-
-Mon Sep 1 00:46:56 1997 Erez Zadok <ezk@lorien.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- * amd/mapc.c (MAX_CHAIN): increased maximum chain size to 1024.
-
-Sun Aug 31 20:20:40 1997 Erez Zadok <ezk@lorien.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- * amd/conf.c (gopt_fully_qualified_hosts): a new function to
- process another new global variable.
-
- * amd/ops_nfs.c (make_nfs_auth): if a new global variable
- fully_qualified_hosts is on, use FQHN in RPC/NFS authentications.
- Patch from Chris Metcalf <metcalf@catfish.lcs.mit.edu>.
-
- * amd/conf.c (process_last_regular_map): If the amd.conf file only
- has a [global] section (pretty useless IMHO), do not try to
- process a map that does not exist.
-
- * scripts/amd.conf.5: fixed typos (repeated 'as' word).
-
- * doc/am-utils.texi: MAJOR DOCUMENTATION REVISION COMPLETED!!!
-
- * amd/conf.c (reset_cf_map): Bug fix. Reset 'tag' field of cfm
- structure, so it does not carry over from map entry to another.
-
-Sat Aug 30 18:39:21 1997 Erez Zadok <ezk@lorien.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- * amd/amd.c (main): fixed the meaning of the plock option. A bug
- caused it to be reversed.
-
-Sat Aug 30 15:13:18 1997 Erez Zadok <ezk@shekel.mcl.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- * hlfsd/stubs.c: don't initialize some statics here. They are
- better initialized in hlfsd_init_filehandles().
-
-Fri Aug 22 14:47:16 1997 Erez Zadok <ezk@shekel.mcl.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- * amd/conf.c (gopt_show_statfs_entries): new function and a global
- amd.conf key show_statfs_entries. Defaults to 'no'. If 'yes',
- then all maps flagged as browsable will also show a count of the
- number of entries (keys) in that map.
-
- * amd/nfs_subr.c (count_map_entries): new function to count number
- of entries in a map. Now used if browsable is turned on in a map,
- to return a count of available keys in a given map.
-
- * hlfsd/stubs.c (eq_fh): use correct memcmp(). BUG fixed! hlfsd
- confused the file handles for ".", "..", and the symlink, causing
- mess.
-
- * aux/macros/func_bad_memcmp.m4: new test, based on autoconf 2.12,
- but also defines HAVE_BAD_MEMCMP, so I avoid linkage conflicts
- with bad memcmp() in libc's (nextstep3).
-
-Thu Aug 21 17:38:41 1997 Erez Zadok <ezk@shekel.mcl.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- * aux/configure.in: check if autofs_args_t has a field named
- addr. Solaris has it for specifying the address of the daemon,
- but Irix does not. So how does irix tell the kernel the daemon's
- address? I suspect that it is hardcoded to "localhost" using a
- "private well-known port" (#define AUTOFS_PORT 2048).
-
- * conf/nfs_prot/nfs_prot_linux.h: added missing autofs
- definitions.
-
- * README.autofs: new file listing autofs support notes
-
- * very preliminary autofs code working. Call it pre-alpha
- quality.
-
-Sun Aug 17 02:25:09 1997 Erez Zadok <ezk@shekel.mcl.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- * amd/conf.c (ropt_mount_type, gopt_mount_type): don't accept
- "autofs" if system does not support it.
-
- * amd/amd.c (main): log am-utils version string (same as amd -v)
- at start of run.
-
- * conf/transp/transp_sockets.c (get_nfs_version): in order to tell
- if a remote host is available, try to contact its portmapper and
- timeout if no answer is received in 3 seconds.
-
-Thu Aug 14 16:12:04 1997 Erez Zadok <ezk@shekel.mcl.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- * aux/macros/check_extern.m4 (pattern): use a simpler pattern for
- match for external function definitions. The function could span
- multiple lines, so only match the opening parenthesis, not the
- closing one too.
-
- * aux/macros/os_cpp-flags.m4 (ac_cv_os_cppflags,): do NOT turn on
- posix mode for nextstep3. It is broken.
-
- * amd/amd.c (init_global_options): run uname() only if
- <sys/utsname.h> and uname(2) exist.
-
- * amd/rpc_fwd.c (fwd_packet): if remote host is down, the
- forwarding socket is null, so declare this an error.
-
- * include/am_utils.h (AM_ERRNO_HOST_DOWN): find best errno to set
- for when a remote host is down. Try, in order, "host down", "host
- unreachable", "invalid argument".
-
- * amd/ops_nfs.c (discard_fh): don't dereference a null pointer
- (happens when remote host is down, and fp->fh_fs is NULL).
- (prime_nfs_fhandle_cache): ditto, and set fs flags to !FSF_VALID
- and FSF_DOWN.
-
- * amd/sched.c: nobody uses "union wait" any more, or so it
- appears, so clean up that code.
-
- * conf/transp/transp_tli.c (get_nfs_version): if remote host is
- down, time it out faster than default (3 seconds).
- (get_mount_client): free netconfig entry when done with it.
-
- * conf/nfs_prot/nfs_prot_nextstep.h: initial (and somewhat ugly)
- port to nextstep3 (m68k-next-nextstep3).
-
- * fsinfo/Makefile.am (LDADD): needs to link with libamu in case
- system does not have strdup().
-
- * include/am_defs.h: complete external definition for getlogin()
- if needed.
-
- * conf/transp/transp_tli.c (get_nfs_version): no need to keep
- static versout variable.
-
- * amd/rpc_fwd.c (fwd_packet): if fwdto packet is null, remote
- server is probably down. Don't use sendto() in that case.
-
- * buildall (default): run gmake if found, before trying plain
- make. GNU make is always preferable.
-
-Tue Aug 12 21:23:58 1997 Erez Zadok <ezk@shekel.mcl.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- * aux/macros/host_macros.m4: cleanup of os_version and os
- overrides. Solaris 2.5.1 for example will come up as solaris2 and
- 2.5.1, rather than sunos5 and 5.5.1. Both can be overridden in
- the amd.conf file.
-
-Fri Aug 8 14:37:30 1997 Erez Zadok <ezk@shekel.mcl.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- *******************************************************************
- *** Released am-utils-6.0a9 ***
- *******************************************************************
-
-Thu Aug 7 00:52:14 1997 Erez Zadok <ezk@shekel.mcl.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- * conf/nfs_prot/nfs_prot_ncr2.h: new file, for NCR2
- (i486-ncr-sysv4.3.03) headers. Needed to complete missing stuff
- from <ndbm.h> and <sys/resource.h>.
-
- * scripts/amd.conf.5: new map page.
-
- * amd/info_hesiod.c: define extern for hesiod_resolve, since bsdi3
- does not.
-
- * amd/amd.8: updated man page.
-
- * amd/get_args.c (get_args): removed defunct -h option to amd.
-
- * amq/amq.8: updated man page.
-
- * amd/info_nisplus.c (nisplus_search): prototype fixes so Sun
- SparcCompiler CC won't complain.
-
- * amd/info_hesiod.c (hesiod_search): small fixes to compile with
- hesiod-1.3, as per Rainer Orth <ro@TechFak.Uni-Bielefeld.DE>.
-
- * aux/macros/opt_ldflags.m4: new option added to configure
- --enable-ldflags, to specify -L option for configuring/compiling.
- The older one --enable-libs is now to be used only for -l options.
-
- * amd/ops_nfs.c (mount_nfs_fh): bug fixed. Should initialize
- nc_protoname from nfs_proto if available for all TLI systems, not
- just those that have NFS V3.
-
- * amd/info_ldap.c: ldap patches from Leif Johansson
- <leifj@matematik.su.se>, adding two new amd.conf ldap variables:
- ldap_cache_seconds and ldap_cache_maxmem.
-
- * hlfsd/hlfsd.c (main): bug fixed. port number must be wrapped in
- htons().
-
-Sun Aug 3 17:20:05 1997 Erez Zadok <ezk@shekel.mcl.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- * amd/nfs_start.c (mount_automounter): register amd with the rpc
- program number that may have been overridden by amd.conf.
-
- * libamu/xutil.c (set_amd_program_number, get_amd_program_number):
- allow storing and retrieving alternate amd program numbers.
-
- * amd/conf.c (gopt_portmap_program): new function to parse
- amd.conf entry portmap_program=1234.
-
- * amq/amq.c (main): allow specifying an alternate rpc program
- number for amd via -P prognum.
-
- * new amq RPC to get the process id of the running amd. This is
- used in ctl-amd to quickly find the pid of the amd that is to be
- killed.
-
- * expanded shared libraries support. Using GNU libtool-1.0,
- am-utils now builds shared libraries on many platforms that have
- support for it and proper compilers/linkers. See "INSTALL" file
- for compatibility chart.
-
-Thu Jul 31 13:07:23 1997 Erez Zadok <ezk@shekel.mcl.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- * fsinfo/fsi_lex.l: removed code that was in support of very old
- versions of flex. No longer needed.
-
-Tue Jul 29 12:00:13 1997 Erez Zadok <ezk@shekel.mcl.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- * amd/amd.c (init_global_options): find the kernel architecture
- from uname() if possible.
-
-Mon Jul 28 03:53:59 1997 Erez Zadok <ezk@shekel.mcl.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- * new working port: i386-unknown-openbsd2.1
-
-Fri Jul 25 03:16:31 1997 Erez Zadok <ezk@felix.psl.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- * working port: sparc-sun-solaris2.4. Had to fix fhandle_t from
- structure to actual char[], because the structure was passed to
- xdr_fhandle as data and not a pointer. Surprisingly, gcc
- -fpcc-struct-return did not help.
-
- * conf/nfs_prot/nfs_prot_sunos5_4.h: special nfs protocol
- definitions for solaris 2.4 have to be different from 2.3, and
- different from 2.5.
-
- * libamu/xdr_fhstatus.c (xdr_fhstatus): minor code cleanup.
-
-Thu Jul 24 16:22:39 1997 Erez Zadok <ezk@shekel.mcl.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- * conf/mount/mount_svr4.c (mount_svr4): use STREQ to compare mount
- types, not ==. Fix from Christos Zoulas <christos@deshaw.com>.
-
- * mk-amd-map/mk-amd-map.8: man page taken from bsd44.
-
-Thu Jul 24 00:01:55 1997 Erez Zadok <ezk@moisil.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- * conf/mount/mount_linux.c: made the nfs error mapping code into a
- small function.
-
-Wed Jul 23 16:11:49 1997 Erez Zadok <ezk@shekel.mcl.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- * conf/nfs_prot/nfs_prot_linux.h (NFS_ERROR_MAPPING): special
- error mappings from errno numbers to NFS errors. From Debian
- Linux.
-
- * scripts/am-eject.in (fs): new script (taken from Debian Linux
- folks) to auto-unmount floppy/cd devices before ejecting them.
-
- * fsinfo/wr_exportfs.c (write_exportfs): from Debian folks, pass
- '5' as second arg to show_area_being_processed. I'm not sure why.
-
- * fsinfo/wr_atab.c (write_atab): from Debian folks, pass '5' as
- second arg to show_area_being_processed. I'm not sure why.
-
- * conf/mount/mount_linux.c (parse_opts): as per Debian Linux,
- ensure that you have a buffer in *xopts to strcat onto.
- (mount_linux): fixed from Debian folks to ensure that NFS mount
- sockets are connected only for kernels prior to 1.3.10 (avoids
- hangs for multi-homed hosts).
-
- * amd/mapc.c (make_entry_chain): from Debian folks: don't skip
- over amd map keys that have a prefix, and include the prefix in
- the returned readdir().
-
- * amd/info_passwd.c (passwd_init, passwd_search): format
- enhancements from the Debian Linux folks. They added
- - var0:=pw-prefix:=anydir
- - var1:=pw-rhost:=dom3.dom2.dom1
- - var2:=pw-user:=user
- - var3:=pw-home:=/anydir/dom1/dom2/dom3/user
-
- * new ports: sparc-sun-solaris2.4 and sparc-sun-sunos4.1.1.
-
- * amd/ops_afs.c (afs_retry): patches from Debian Linux. If
- afs_mount timed out, then explicitly forbid further retries after
- the timeout. (afs_bgmount): bug fix from Debian Linux. Timeout
- values (17 and 5) were mistakenly swapped.
-
-Wed Jul 23 15:53:25 1997 Erez Zadok <ezk@felix.psl.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- * conf/nfs_prot/nfs_prot_sunos5_3.h: turn off non-existent NFS V.3
- support for Solaris 2.4 (the header files incorrectly define parts
- of the NFS V.3 protocol, but the kernel does not support it).
-
-Wed Jul 23 00:07:12 1997 Erez Zadok <ezk@shekel.mcl.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- * amd/info_hesiod.c: minor cleanup to use hes_init and hesiod_init
- for determining if using old or new hesiod libraries,
- respectively.
-
- * amd/ops_nfs.c (mount_nfs_fh): If "noconn" option exists in NFS
- V.3 then use non-connected sockets (both TCP and UDP). Otherwise
- they cause hangs of mounts from multi-homed hosts when the return
- route is not the same as the outgoing route (esp. on NetBSD
- 1.2.1). If "conn" option was supplied, then don't turn on the
- "noconn" mount option. Otherwise default to "noconn" mount
- option.
-
- * aux/configure.in: better check for systems that need libgdbm and
- <ndbm.h>
-
-Tue Jul 22 04:02:05 1997 Erez Zadok <ezk@shekel.mcl.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- * hlfsd/hlfsd.c (main), amd/ops_afs.c (mount_toplvl): ensure that
- mounts are hidden from df(1) on systems that keep mount tables in
- kernel, such as osf1.
-
-Tue Jul 22 02:26:55 1997 Erez Zadok <ezk@shekel.mcl.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- *******************************************************************
- *** Released am-utils-6.0a8 ***
- *******************************************************************
-
-Mon Jul 21 21:33:19 1997 Erez Zadok <ezk@stone.mcl.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- * hlfsd/hlfsd.c (main): bug fixed: forgot to set sin_family to
- AF_INET when hlfsd mounts itself, thus getting an errno "protocol
- family not supported".
-
-Mon Jul 21 20:46:59 1997 Erez Zadok <ezk@shekel.mcl.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- * verified that amd on NetBSD 1.2.1 (i386) works, but the OS
- itself is flaky.
-
- * verified that amd AIX 3 works w/ the new readdir() code.
-
-Mon Jul 21 18:59:30 1997 Erez Zadok <ezk@chestnut.mcl.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- * amd/mapc.c (maptypes): changed the default map caching type for
- nis and ndbm maps to "MAPC_ALL", so that all possible entries will
- be available to amd for browsable_dirs=yes.
-
-Mon Jul 21 18:04:16 1997 Erez Zadok <ezk@shekel.mcl.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- * amd/ops_afs.c (afs_readdir, afs_readdir_browsable): split
- afs_readdir into a browsable version and a non-browsable one.
- Fixed bugs that resulted in an infinite nfs_readdir loop on the
- localhost for some operating systems.
-
-Sat Jul 19 19:38:38 1997 Erez Zadok <ezk@shekel.mcl.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- * amd/ops_afs.c (afs_readdir): fixed up the browsable code to
- comply with nfs_readdir specs. It was returning all entries at
- once, even if there was not enough space in the RPC packet. Now,
- it sends a reasonably sized chunk, and sets static state to resume
- it for the next continuation RPC of readdir.
-
- * amd/conf.c (set_conf_kv): fixed bug that resulted in the first
- regular map not getting all of the [global] options defaulted from.
-
-Fri Jul 18 00:45:12 1997 Erez Zadok <ezk@shekel.mcl.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- * amq/amq.c (main): fixed so that portmapper "ping" will only fail
- upon an RPC timeout
-
- * scripts/ctl-{amd,hlfsd}.in (killproc): better method to find the
- amd/hlfsd process to kill.
-
- * amd/ops_afs.c (mount_toplvl), hlfsd/hlfsd.c (main): code to
- determine how to avoid df from seeing amd's toplvl mounts. Moved
- from libamu/mount_fs.c and include/am_utils.h. Ensure that hlfsd
- is hidden from df.
- (mount_toplvl): fixed df types for irix.
-
-Thu Jul 17 21:59:45 1997 Erez Zadok <ezk@americas.psl.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- * amq/amq.c (main): fixed bug that caused the 5 second timeout for
- TLI amq using udp to be ignored.
- (main): if amq cannot contact remote host's portmapper within 5
- seconds, timeout and fail faster than the default longer timeout
- (this is for non-TLI systems).
-
-Thu Jul 17 17:08:13 1997 Erez Zadok <ezk@shekel.mcl.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- * amq/amq.c (get_secure_amd_client): if amq cannot contact
- remote host's portmapper within 5 seconds, timeout and fail faster
- than the default TLI timeout of over 4 minutes.
-
- * amd/am_ops.c (ops_showfstypes): added styles for new bsd44
- file systems nullfs, unionfs, and umapfs.
- (ops_show1): cleanup code and and reuse this function.
- (vops): empty placeholders for nullfs, unionfs, and umapfs.
-
- * amd/ops_{nullfs, unionfs, umapfs}.c: 3 new empty templates for
- bsd44 style file systems.
-
- * fsinfo/fsinfo.8: man page for fsinfo rewritten from bsd44
- sources.
-
- * amd/conf_tok.l, fsinof/fsi_lex.c: undefine ECHO to avoid
- conflict with systems that define it in <sys/ioctl.h> and also
- define a conflicting one via lex. Newer versions of f/lex are ok.
-
-Wed Jul 16 00:17:45 1997 Erez Zadok <ezk@shekel.mcl.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- * amd/ops_nfs.c (mount_nfs_fh): fill in nfs_args' fields
- acdirmin/max and acregmin/max only if they exist.
-
- * aux/configure.in: test for nfs_args fields acdirmin and
- acregmin.
-
-Tue Jul 15 17:24:09 1997 Erez Zadok <ezk@shekel.mcl.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- * aux/configure.in: commented out checking for MNT2_GEN_OPT_* for
- "nondev" and commented back in checking for "nodev". This was a
- typo.
-
- * include/am_compat.h: more compatibility options: define "ro"
- mnttab option all the time. Define "overlay" as needed. Added
- more fillers of mnttab options (as per Daniel S. Riley
- <dsr@mail.lns.cornell.edu>), for acdirmax, acdirmin, acregmax,
- acregmin, noac, grpid, nosuid, and actimo.
-
- * libamu/mount_fs.c (mnt_flags): fixed a typo in "ro" option as
- per dsr@mail.lns.cornell.edu (Daniel S. Riley). Then cleaned up
- the same code for other options in struct opt_tab.
-
-Mon Jul 14 22:36:37 1997 Erez Zadok <ezk@shekel.mcl.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- * amd/get_args.c (get_args): moved amd.conf file parsing to before
- the switching the default log/debug options. Suggested by
- dsr@mail.lns.cornell.edu (Daniel S. Riley).
-
- * aux/update_build_version: new script to record the build version
- of amd, along with the rest of the info thet comes up with amd -v.
-
-Sun Jul 13 00:30:24 1997 Erez Zadok <ezk@decca.damtp.cam.ac.uk>
-
- * aux/macros/os_cflags.m4: new macro, to add additional
- compilation options (also used during configuration), based on the
- OS and the compiler. Used for solaris-2.6, osf, and irix6.
-
-Fri Jul 11 10:15:11 1997 Erez Zadok <ezk@shekel.mcl.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- * amd/conf_tok.l, conf_parse.y: allow values of keys to include
- white spaces, if they are double-quoted (key="some value")
-
- * amd/info_hesiod.c (hesiod_search): cleanup and minor bug fixes
- of hesiod from Danny Braniss <danny@cs.huji.ac.il>.
-
-Fri Jul 11 02:16:06 1997 Erez Zadok <ezk@shekel.mcl.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- *******************************************************************
- *** Released am-utils-6.0a7 ***
- *******************************************************************
-
-Thu Jul 10 12:19:25 1997 Erez Zadok <ezk@shekel.mcl.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- * include/am_defs.h: fill in extern definition of innetgr() in
- case system headers don't.
-
- * aux/macros/path_prog_lex.m4 aux/configure.in: using macros that
- will show the full pathname to yacc/bison and f/lex. Some systems
- have older or bad versions of those and this way the user will
- know for sure what is being invoked.
-
- * tasks: file populated with todo items.
-
- * scripts/amd2ldif.in: Script to convert amd maps to plain text
- LDAP object files. Contributed by Leif Johansson
- <leifj@matematik.su.se>.
-
- * aux/config.guess: added recognition for sun3's running 4.2bsd,
- from Tom Schmidt <tschmidt@micron.com>. Fixed one small typo.
-
- * amd/conf.c: several variables that were local to a map, were
- also added to [global], where they apply to all maps. Each map
- can then individually override those defaults. Flags
- affected: browsable_dirs and mount_type. Options affected:
- map_type, map_options, and search_path.
-
- * amd/amd.h: eliminated several global flags each of which took an
- int, in favor of one global flags variable used as a bit field.
-
- * amd/amd.c (init_global_options): moved all global variables into
- a single struct amu_global_options, so it is easier to add new
- ones and/or identify existing ones.
-
- * amd/get_args.c (get_args): removed unused amd -m option.
-
- * amd/conf.c (gopt_cluster): added new amd.conf option for cluster
- name, same as amd -C.
-
- * amd/info_ldap.c: LDAP info map functions from Leif Johansson
- <leifj@matematik.su.se>.
-
- * amd/conf.c (gopt_ldap_base, gopt_ldap_hostports): put in global
- amd.conf options for ldap_base and ldap_hostports.
-
- * amd/opts.c (f_netgrp): new amd map function netgrp(ARG) to test
- if the current host is in the ARG host netgroup.
-
- * aux/configure.in: some systems replaced dbm in libc with GNU's
- libgdbm, so check for libgdbm, but only if dbm_open is not in
- libc already. This was a recommendation from Tom Schmidt
- <tschmidt@micron.com>.
-
- * conf/nfs_prot/nfs_prot_sunos5_3.h: port to sparc-sun-solaris2.3
- completed.
-
-Wed Jul 9 18:14:59 1997 Erez Zadok <ezk@shekel.mcl.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- * port to sparc-unknown-netbsd1.2E done, not tested. Includes NFS
- V.3.
-
-Tue Jul 8 17:35:07 1997 Erez Zadok <ezk@elk.mcl.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- * port to i386-unknown-freebsd3.0 done and working. Includes NFS
- V.3.
-
- * aux/macros/check_nfs_fh_dref.m4: freebsd3 should use
- file handle dereferencing style similar to freebsd22.
-
- * include/am_defs.h: need to include <net/if_var.h> before
- <netinet/if_ether.h> on freebsd3.
-
- * conf/nfs_prot/nfs_prot_freebsd3.h: new protocol header additions
- for freeBSD 3.0.
-
-Tue Jul 8 16:53:41 1997 Erez Zadok <ezk@moisil.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- * amd/info_nis.c (nis_reload): cast nis' callback function so
- picky compilers won't complain.
-
- * libamu/xdr_mountres3.c (xdr_mountres3): make sure this function
- gets compiled only if the system has NFS V3 and does not have
- xdr_mountres3.
-
-Tue Jul 8 12:42:03 1997 Erez Zadok <ezk@shekel.mcl.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- * COPYING: put in some legal stuff in this file.
-
-Mon Jul 7 19:10:44 1997 Erez Zadok <ezk@prometheus.soscorp.com>
-
- * NFS V3 now works under Irix5, thanks to patches from
- Andreas Stolcke <stolcke@speech.sri.com>.
-
- * conf/mount/mount_irix5.c: sparate mount_irix.c into an irix5
- version and an irix6 version, since irix5's NFS V3 code is broken
- and hacky.
-
- * amd/info_hesiod.c (hs_zone_transfer): minor fixes to buffer
- sizes for some hesiod queries. Patch from Danny Braniss
- <danny@cs.huji.ac.il>.
-
-Mon Jul 7 19:04:14 1997 Erez Zadok <ezk@glory.soscorp.com>
-
- * amd/ops_nfs.c (mount_nfs_fh): fixed NFS V.3 support for bsdi3.
-
-Sun Jul 6 14:22:24 1997 Erez Zadok <ezk@glory.soscorp.com>
-
- * aux/{configure.in,acconfig.h}: added checks for struct
- nfs_args's fields proto and sotype (bsdi3).
-
- * amd/ops_nfs.c (mount_nfs_fh): added nfsv3 option to
- nfs_args.flags for bsdi3. Set field proto to 0. Set sotype field
- to SOCK_STREAM or SOCK_DGRAM.
-
- * aux/macros/check_mount_style.m4: add case for bsdi3.
-
- * amd/info_hesiod.c: got hesiod support for bsdi3.
-
-Sun Jul 6 11:14:47 1997 Erez Zadok <ezk@shekel.mcl.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- * aux/configure.in: look for hesiod on libc (bsdi3)
-
- * amd/get_args.c (get_args): reformat usage so it fits in 80
- columns.
-
- * scripts/ctl-amd.in: changed directory name for optional tftpboot
- map to /tftpboot/.amd.
-
-Sat Jul 5 17:46:45 1997 Erez Zadok <ezk@shekel.mcl.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- *******************************************************************
- *** Released am-utils-6.0a6 ***
- *******************************************************************
-
-Sat Jul 5 03:17:09 1997 Erez Zadok <ezk@shekel.mcl.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- * scripts/ctl-amd.in: include -T tag for tftpboot.
-
- * new port: mips-sgi-irix5.3. Compiled with gcc, but NFS V3 code
- is broken and needs work on the specific nfs_args that irix5 uses
- for V3 mounts.
-
-Sat Jul 5 01:44:25 1997 Erez Zadok <ezk@lorien.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- * amd/get_args.c (get_args): new options amd -T tag. A map with
- tag=foo matching the -T tag will be processed. All untagged maps
- get processed all the time.
-
-Fri Jul 4 16:19:26 1997 Erez Zadok <ezk@shekel.mcl.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- * aux/configure.in: need to check for strcasecmp in libucb (ncr2)
-
- * aux/macros/check_os_libs.m4: a new macro to set the usage of
- libnsl and libsocket based on the OS.
-
- * libamu/mount_fs.c (mnt_flags): used MNTTAB_OPT_GRPID if it is
- defined (problem on osf4).
-
- * conf/nfs_prot/nfs_prot_irix5.h: new file for irix5 headers.
-
- * include/am_defs.h, aux/macros/try_compile_nfs.m4,
- aux/macros/mount_headers.m4: do include <sys/proc.h> because it
- failes on irix5. Rather, put in the individual
- conf/nfs_prot/nfs_prot_*.h headers.
-
- * amd/conf.c: AIX3 doesn't like strdup() being passed a constant
- char*, so cast all strdup()'s args to a non-const char*.
-
- * amd/mapc.c (root_newmap): don't try to strdup only a "const
- char *".
-
-Fri Jul 4 15:47:10 1997 Erez Zadok <ezk@americas.psl.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- * conf/nfs_prot/nfs_prot_sunos4.h: added rpc/rpc.h and
- sys/errno.h.
-
-Thu Jul 3 17:49:00 1997 Erez Zadok <ezk@prometheus.soscorp.com>
-
- * made sure am-utils compiles, links, and runs properly on Irix
- 6.2 using "cc -32 -Wl,-woff,"
-
- * aux/macros/check_lib2.m4: a bug fix version to autoconf 2.12
- AC_CHECK_LIB. If OTHER-LIBRARIES are defined and used, then add
- them to $LIBS.
-
- * aux/configure.in: some cleanup of which libraries are needed.
- Espectially ensure that libnsl is included only on Solaris, where
- so far it is the only system on which it is absolutely necessary.
- Also no longer need to include libc explicitly.
-
- * amd/amd.c,wire-test/wire-test.c (main): convert IP address to
- network-long order before printing it.
-
- * wire-test/wire-test.c (main): also check and report on the IP
- address of the local host, since some systems have bad versions of
- get_myaddress, or ones that conflict with other versions in
- multiple libraries (SunOS 4 and Irix especially).
-
-Wed Jul 2 18:19:02 1997 Erez Zadok <ezk@starblazers.soscorp.com>
-
- * scripts/ctl-amd.in: don't use full pathname so killproc() works
- better. Also run bsd44 and irix style ps programs.
-
- * aux/macros/check_lib_funcs.m4: bug fixed: used to define usage
- of library no matter if it was found or not.
-
-Wed Jul 2 02:11:48 1997 Erez Zadok <ezk@shekel.mcl.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- * aux/macros/check_mnt2_gen_opt.m4: turned back on the checking
- for M_* macros, but ensure that <sys/stream.h> is not included at
- all so it won't conflict with other M_* macros.
-
-Tue Jul 1 21:16:51 1997 Erez Zadok <ezk@mako.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- * conf/mount/mount_irix.c (mount_irix): first arg to mount(2) on
- irix should be "spec" (host:/path), not the dir of the mnt point.
-
- * amd/ops_afs.c (afs_lookuppn): bug in enable_default_selectors
- fixed. If on, it essentially ignored the setting in a
- selector-controlled /defaults if there were 2 or more entries in it.
-
-Tue Jul 1 12:23:38 1997 Erez Zadok <ezk@shekel.mcl.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- * scripts/ctl-{amd,hlfsd}.in (killproc): if failed to find process
- using BSD style ps, then try SVR4 style ps.
-
- * include/am_utils.h (amuDebug): renamed Debug macro to amuDebug
- etc., to avoid conflicts with similar named macros in <ldap.h>.
-
- * aux/configure.in, amd/info_ldap.c, etc.: put in all the autoconf
- support needed for LDAP. Now the code has to be written mostly in
- amd/info_ldap.c.
-
- * Included additional patches from Andreas Stolcke
- <stolcke@speech.sri.com> to support using the best possible
- combination of NFS version (2,3) and protocol (udp,tcp) for any
- given host, since it appears that some Irix versions have NFS V3,
- but do not support TCP.
-
- * scripts/ctl-amd.in: updated amd control script to look for and
- use amd.conf file.
-
-Tue Jul 1 00:28:23 1997 Erez Zadok <ezk@lorien.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- * amd/mapc.c (mapc_create): now, each map in the amd.conf can be
- initialized off of a different type, or default to cycling through
- all maps until one of them matches.
-
-Mon Jun 30 20:49:13 1997 Erez Zadok <ezk@lorien.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- * amd/ops_afs.c (afs_readdir): per-map browsing (readdir) done.
- if browsable_dirs=yes is set in the map section in amd.conf, that
- map will return all entries back to a readdir(2).
-
-Sun Jun 29 16:22:11 1997 Erez Zadok <ezk@lorien.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- * rudimentary amd.conf file support included. You may even
- override things like os=sos5, to get "backwards" compatibility with
- upl102.
-
-Sat Jun 28 13:35:02 1997 Erez Zadok <ezk@lorien.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- * amd/conf.c: new file to process amd.conf file.
-
- * amd/get_args.c (get_args): new options -H to print help.
-
- * moved enable_default_selectors to be amd.conf controlled, and
- not compiler controlled.
-
- * amd/get_args.c (get_args): new options -F <conf-file> to parse an
- amd configuration file.
-
-Wed Jun 25 23:15:42 1997 Erez Zadok <ezk@lorien.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- * converted all files that used strcmp() == 0 or != 0 to using
- the STREQ() macro.
-
-Mon Jun 23 22:31:14 1997 Erez Zadok <ezk@lorien.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- * aux/macros/check_lib_funcs.m4: new M4 macro that can be used to
- search for any number of functions in any given library.
-
-Mon Jun 23 01:04:23 1997 Erez Zadok <ezk@shekel.mcl.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- * amd/mapc.c: Included patch from Leif Johansson
- <leifj@matematik.su.se> to ensure that systems without an RE
- library can compile.
-
- * libamu/mount_fs.c (mount_fs): Included patch from Andreas
- Stolcke <stolcke@speech.sri.com>, to ensure that mount options on
- table are properly delimited by a comma.
-
- * amd/ops_nfs.c (mount_nfs_fh): Included patch from Andreas
- Stolcke <stolcke@speech.sri.com>, to allow users to override the
- proto= and vers= mount options.
-
-Sun Jun 22 01:00:11 1997 Eric Dana (edana@ncr2.bgs.com)
-
- * conf/nfs_prot/nfs_prot_svr4.h: port completed to
- i486-ncr-sysv4.3.03. Assorted source cleanups done.
-
- * include/am_defs.h, aux/macros/mount_headers.m4: don't include
- mnttab.h if sys/mnttab.h was already included, because on ncr2,
- they contain conflicting entries for struct mnttab.
-
-Sat Jun 21 23:52:15 1997 Eric Dana (edana@ncr2.bgs.com)
-
- * aux/macros/check_nfs_prot_headers.m4: added support for ncr2.
-
-Fri Jun 20 06:14:17 1997 Erez Zadok <ezk>
-
- * amd/*.c: lots of 64-bit "ugly" ports like casts to long ints.
-
- * aux/macros/struct_nfs_fh.m4: check for "struct nfssvcfh" because
- on DU-4.0 it is better than the next one to be picked (nfsv2fh_t).
-
-Wed Jun 18 18:59:49 1997 Erez Zadok <ezk@defiant.soscorp.com>
-
- * aux/macros/struct_nfs_fh.m4 (AC_TRY_COMPILE_NFS): check for
- nfsv2fh_t before fhandle_t becasue on bsdi2.1 the former is
- better.
-
-Tue Jun 10 17:06:58 1997 Erez Zadok <ezk@lorien.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- * amd/rpc_fwd.c (fwd_packet): TLI bug fix. if fwdto socket is
- NULL, set the maxlen and len fields in netbuf to zero.
-
-Wed May 28 22:52:28 1997 Erez Zadok <ezk@shekel.mcl.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- * scripts/fix-amd-map.in (name): replace all matching patterns on
- line.
-
-Sun May 25 19:33:41 1997 Erez Zadok <ezk@shekel.mcl.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- *******************************************************************
- *** Released am-utils-6.0a5 ***
- *******************************************************************
-
-Sun May 25 13:37:24 1997 Erez Zadok <ezk@lorien.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- * amd/amq_subr.c (amqproc_getvers_1_svc): amq's RPC service
- procedure now returns the full string that amd -v returns.
-
- * amd/get_args.c (get_version_string): new function to return
- complete version/info string so it could be used more flexibly.
-
- * amd/am_ops.c (ops_showamfstypes, ops_showfstypes): put the list
- of Fs types into a string buffer, rather than a FILE*.
-
- * amd/mapc.c (mapc_showtypes): put the list of map types into a
- string buffer, rather than a FILE*.
-
-Sun May 25 01:25:36 1997 Erez Zadok <ezk@shekel.mcl.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- * amd/get_args.c (get_args): amd -v also prints user who built
- amd, hostname built on, and date of configuration.
-
-Sat May 24 13:40:50 1997 Erez Zadok <ezk@shekel.mcl.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- * scripts/lostaltmail.conf-sample: sample lostaltmail
- configuration file.
-
- * scripts/lostaltmail.in: new script lostaltmail used to redeliver
- "lost" mail that hlfsd redirected to a temp location because the
- primary home file system of the user was full.
-
- * scripts/amd2sun.in: new script amd2sun. Used to convert Sub
- automount maps to amd maps.
-
- * scripts/ctl-hlfsd.in: new script ctl-hlfsd. Used to start,
- stop, or restart hlfsd.
-
- * scripts/expn.1: man page for expn command.
-
- * scripts/ctl-amd.in: new script ctl-amd. Used to start, stop, or
- restart amd.
-
- * scripts/expn.in: new script expn. Actually taken from David
- Muir Sharnoff <muir@idiom.com>. Used by hlfsd's mail re-delivery
- script.
-
- * scripts/wait4amd.in: new script wait4amd added. Waits for amd
- to come up on a host, and then runs a command (rsh $hostname by
- default).
-
- * scripts/Makefile.am: new directory now holds all shell/perl
- scripts that belong to am-utils.
-
- * conf/mount/mount_linux.c (parse_opts): new parser for
- linux-specific mounts. Handles fs-type specific mount-options
- correctly. Currently implemented: msdos, iso9660.
-
- * amd/ops_pcfs.c (pcfs_ops): don't timeout pcfs mounts by default
- (fix for linux).
-
- * amd/ops_cdfs.c (cdfs_ops): don't timeout cdfs mounts by default
- (fix for linux).
-
- * amd/mapc.c (make_entry_chain): fixed bug that resulted in amd
- core dumps upon "ls" of a mount point; an invalid pointer was
- being returned and dereferenced.
-
- * port to Linux sparc working!
-
- * hlfsd/homedir.c (hlfsd_diskspace): close file descriptor if
- failed to write test file, or else the fd will leak.
-
-Sun May 18 00:42:41 1997 Erez Zadok <ezk@shekel.mcl.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- * amd/info_hesiod.c (hs_strip_our_domain): use strcasecmp()
- instead of strcmp().
-
- * Port to Digital Unix 4.0 (OSF) done.
-
- * hlfsd/hlfsd.c: renamed dirname to dir_name to avoid conflicts
- with dirname() function in <string.h> on OSF systems.
-
- * fsinfo/fsi_util.c (set_ether_if): take out extern definition of
- inet_addr(). It should come from <arpa/inet.h> instead.
-
- * conf/mtab/mtab_osf.c: fixed macros and added NFS V3 specs.
-
- * include/am_utils.h: renamed FIRST/LAST to AM_FIRST/AM_LAST to
- avoid conflicts with DU 4.0 system header.
-
-Thu May 15 22:49:12 1997 Erez Zadok <ezk@subzero.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- * libamu/mount_fs.c (mount_fs): pass along NFS version so I can
- determine if to include additional options in the mount table file
- entry (such as proto=tcp, and vers=3).
-
-Thu May 15 00:42:12 1997 Erez Zadok <ezk@shekel.mcl.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- * libamu/mount_fs.c (mount_fs): include NFS version number in the
- mount table options, as well as proto={tcp,udp}.
-
-Wed May 14 14:30:19 1997 Erez Zadok <ezk@lorien.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- * NFS V3 code ported to most other systems, so it compiles for V2
- and V3 NFS systems.
-
- * NFS VERSION 3 support, first pass. Working for Solaris and
- using TCP.
-
-Sun May 11 01:14:29 1997 Erez Zadok <ezk@lorien.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- * amq/amq.c: many newline characters were missing from various
- stderr printfs.
-
-Sat May 10 13:09:06 1997 Erez Zadok <ezk@lorien.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- * conf/nfs_prot/nfs_prot_sunos5.h: protocol defintions for
- Solaris, which include NFS V3 support.
-
- * conf/nfs_prot/nfs_prot_default.h: default NFS protocol headers.
-
- * conf/transp/transp_{tli,sockets}.c (get_mount_client): use NFS
- protocol version while getting a mount client.
-
- * amd/ops_nfs.c (mount_nfs_fh): set the mount types, mnttab types,
- file handle size, and proper file handle based on the correct NFS
- version number.
-
- * conf/mount/mount_svr4.c (mount_svr4): support NFS3 mounts under
- Solaris and other SVR4 systems.
-
- * amd/ops_nfs.c: store NFS file handle version and version
- specific handle in struct fh_cache.
- (got_nfs_fh): pick the correct RPC reply based on the NFS version
- of the server.
- (prime_nfs_fhandle_cache): figure out the right NFS file handle
- for a node, but now include NFS protocol version information.
- (call_mountd): set the correct version for the mount protocol,
- based on the NFS protocol version.
- (nfs_init): use the NFS protocol generic structure
- am_nfs_handle_t.
-
- * include/am_utils.h: new structure am_nfs_handle_t to contain all
- possible versions of NFS file handles.
-
- * amd/srvr_nfs.c (start_ping): ping program performs NFS version
- specific pings.
- (recompute_portmap): figure out the correct portmap version mount.
- (nfs_keepalive): call start_ping() with the correct NFS version.
- (find_nfs_srvr): if mount option "vers=" is given, use it. Get
- the NFS server version and verify that it is up.
-
- * conf/transp/transp_{tli,sockets}.c (get_nfs_version): a new
- function to find the best NFS version for a particular host.
-
- * libamu/amu.h: determine what is the highest version of NFS we
- should try.
-
- * include/am_utils.h (NFS_VERSION3): added definition for NFS V3
- protocol number.
- Added field fs_version to struct fserver, so we can now store the
- server protocol version.
-
-Fri May 9 01:09:45 1997 Erez Zadok <ezk@lorien.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- * aux/macros/check_field.m4 (AC_MOUNT_HEADERS): map '.' (dot) into
- underscores too, so I can test for sub-fields.
-
- * libamu/wire.c: use test that checks for sub-fields of struct
- ifreq.
-
-Sat May 6 10:20:17 2000 Erez Zadok <ezk@glory.soscorp.com>
-
- * port to BSD/OS 3.0 completed! Many xdr_ functions were broken
- into smaller files. M4 macros fixed to test for existence of
- file systems using getvfsbyname().
-
- * amd/sched.c (sigchld): signal handler must waitpid() for all
- possible children.
-
- * hlfsd/homedir.c: signal handler must waitpid() for all possible
- children.
-
- * aux/macros/check_restartable_signals.m4: new macro to determine
- if need to reinstall signal handlers per OS is better than trying
- to figure these out based on system macros.
-
-Fri May 5 19:23:28 2000 Erez Zadok <ezk@glory.soscorp.com>
-
- * amd/ops_nfs.c (mount_nfs_fh): set nfs_args_t version number.
-
- * amd/ops_afs.c (mount_toplvl): set nfs_args_t version number.
-
- * amd/ops_nfs.c (mount_nfs_fh): process nfs mount option resvport
- (must be supplied for bsdi 3.0)
-
- * libamu/wire.c: use HAVE_FIELD_STRUCT_IFREQ_IFR_ADDR (and
- associated new macro) for determining the right way to compute the
- size of the interface structure.
-
-Fri Apr 11 15:56:13 1997 Erez Zadok <ezk@shekel.mcl.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- * aux/configure.in: need to include libc before libnsl if
- get_myaddress() is available because on irix libnsl has a buggy
- get_myaddress().
-
- * include/am_defs.h: make sure REINSTATE_SIGNAL_HANDLER is defined
- on Irix 6 (an SVR4 variant)
-
-Thu Mar 27 02:28:40 1997 Erez Zadok <ezk@shekel.mcl.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- *******************************************************************
- *** Released am-utils-6.0a4 ***
- *******************************************************************
-
-Wed Mar 26 21:15:36 1997 Erez "HWank1" Zadok <ezk@lorien.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- * amd/amq_subr.c (ok_security): turned off insecure code unless
- user explicitly runs configure --enable-amq-mount.
-
- * hlfsd/hlfsd.c (main): use new protoypes dor create_nfs_service().
-
- * amd/nfs_start.c (mount_automounter): use code that separately
- creates the NFS and the amq service. Register tcp and udp
- services for amd.
-
- * conf/transp/transp_*.c (create_amq_service): new function to
- separately create the amq service for amd. Simplified prototypes
- for create_nfs_service().
-
-Wed Mar 19 20:40:56 1997 Erez Zadok <ezk@shekel.mcl.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- *******************************************************************
- *** Released am-utils-6.0a3 ***
- *******************************************************************
-
-Wed Mar 19 17:49:18 1997 Erez Zadok <ezk@shekel.mcl.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- * new port: rs6000-ibm-aix3.2.5 and rs6000-ibm-aix4.1.5.0. Lots
- of small changes to support these two.
-
-Wed Mar 19 14:33:30 1997 Erez Zadok <ezk@grande.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- * conf/umount/umount_default.c (umount_fs): bug: unlock_mntlist()
- should run if MOUNT_TABLE_ON_FILE, not otherwise.
-
-Mon Mar 17 22:02:43 1997 Erez Zadok <ezk@shekel.mcl.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- * hlfsd/hlfsd.c (main): fill in fhsize field if exists
- (freebsd-2.2).
-
- * amd/ops_{nfs,afs}.c (mount_toplvl): fill in fhsize field if
- exists (freebsd-2.2).
-
-Sat Mar 15 19:37:48 1997 Erez "HWank1" Zadok <ezk@shekel.mcl.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- * new port: i386-unknown-freebsd2.2. FreeBSD 2.2 and higher
- changed the filehandle type in struct nfs_args from nfsv2fh_t to
- u_char.
-
-Sat Mar 14 10:11:03 1997 Erez "HWank1" Zadok <ezk@lorien.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- * SHARED LIBRARIES: too many changes to list individually. Now,
- libamu can be built as a shared library, and other programs link
- with it.
-
-Tue Mar 11 22:24:09 1997 Erez "HWank1" Zadok <ezk@lorien.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- * aux/macros/opt_shared.m4: new macro for setting options for
- building shared am-utils libraries.
-
-Sun Mar 9 19:17:46 1997 Erez Zadok <ezk@shekel.mcl.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- * fixmount/fixrmtab: cleaned up the script.
-
- * fixmount/Makefile.am (EXTRA_DIST): adde $(sbin_SCRIPTS) so that
- fixrmtab gets distributed too.
-
- * conf/nfs_prot/nfs_prot_bsdi2.h: added support for MOUNTPROC_DUMP.
- Added extern for xdr_mountlist().
-
- * aux/configure.in: trimmed down many tests for MNT2_GEN_OPT,
- MNT2_NFS_OPT, and MNTTAB_OPT that were not referenced anywhere in
- the sources.
-
-Sat Mar 8 00:23:58 1997 Erez Zadok <ezk@shekel.mcl.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- * fixmount/hlfsd ported to bsd44, hpux, and linux systems.
-
- * aux/macros/check_fixmount_style.m4: add check for bsd44 systems.
-
- * conf/fixmount/fixmount_default.c: use lockf() if flock() is
- unavailable.
-
- * include/am_defs.h: include <string.h> even if don't have
- STDC_HEADERS defined (sunos4).
- (seteuid): define seteuid() to be setresuid() for systems that
- have but not the other (hpux).
-
- * aux/macros/check_extern.m4: test should include <strings.h>.
-
-Tue Mar 4 17:16:52 1997 Erez "HWank1" Zadok <ezk@lorien.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- * lib/xutil.c (debug_option): moved from amd/getargs.c to this
- more proper file.
-
- * include/am_utils.h: put in structure for debug options, for all
- progams to use.
-
- * amd/get_args.c: moved structure for debug options out.
-
-Sun Mar 2 00:13:07 1997 Erez "HWank1" Zadok <ezk@lorien.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- * ported fixmount.
-
- * lib/ualarm.c: replacement function for systems that don't have a
- ualarm().
-
- * ported fsinfo.
-
-Sun Mar 1 10:23:34 1997 Erez "HWank1" Zadok <ezk@lorien.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- * ported mk-amd-map.
-
- * buildall: added -K option to buildall, to run mkconf.
-
-Fri Feb 28 01:10:25 1997 Erez "HWank1" Zadok <ezk@shekel.mcl.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- *******************************************************************
- *** Released am-utils-6.0a2 ***
- *******************************************************************
-
-Thu Feb 27 13:58:59 1997 Erez "HWank1" Zadok <ezk@shekel.mcl.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- * all *.[hcyl] files: add copyright line.
-
- * aux/macros/check_mount_type.m4: test for mount type for
- linux-like systems, by checking for loadable or statically linked
- kernel filesystem modules.
-
- * aux/macros/check_mnttab_type.m4: test for mount table entry
- for linux-like systems, by checking for loadable or statically
- linked kernel filesystem modules.
-
- * aux/configure.in: pcfs filesystems can use vfat type (linux)
-
- * aux/macros/check_fs_mntent.m4: test for filesystem existence for
- linux-like systems, by checking for loadable or statically linked
- kernel filesystem modules.
-
- * conf/trap/trap_hpux.h: ugly hack added because of stupide HPUX
- 9.0 header files. This should be removed when HPUX 9.0 is deemed
- defunct.
-
- * aux/acconfig.h: set an undefined variable for having an extern
- to clnt_sperrno().
-
- * include/am_defs.h: define extern for clnt_sperrno() if needed.
-
- * aux/configure.in: test for extern clnt_sperrno().
-
- * aux/macros/check_nfs_fh_dref.m4: HPUX's NFS fhandle dref is
- similar to irix.
-
- * aux/macros/check_mount_style.m4: use mount helper on HPUX.
-
- * aux/macros/check_mtype_type.m4: hpux's mount type is a char*,
- not integer (but may be mapped to one later).
-
- * conf/mount/mount_hpux.c (mount_hpux): HPUX has confusing header
- files. They have mount(2) and vfsmount(2) which don't take same
- arguments, and they have string mount types MNTTYPE_* as well as
- integer types MOUNT_*. So I need this new mount function to map
- from string types to integer types for the vfsmount() function.
-
- * conf/trap/trap_hpux.h (MOUNT_TRAP): instead of calling
- vfsmount(), call mount_hpux().
-
-Thu Feb 27 03:34:14 1997 Erez "HWank1" Zadok <ezk@okeeffe.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- * lib/mount_fs.c (mnt_flags): make sure SYNC option is on only if
- both MNTTAB_OPT_SYNC and MNT2_GEN_OPT_SYNC are defined.
-
-Thu Feb 27 00:26:00 1997 Erez "HWank1" Zadok <ezk@shekel.mcl.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- * conf/nfs_prot/nfs_prot_hpux.h: NFS protocol definitions for
- hpux.
-
- * include/am_defs.h: no need to include rpc/auth.h or rpc/clnt.h.
-
- * aux/configure.in: no need to test for rpc/auth.h and rpc/clnt.h.
-
- * buildall: added ability to configure using other shells than
- /bin/sh, on those systems where /bin/sh is buggy or limited
- (HPUX).
-
- * aux/macros/struct_nfs_fh.m4: reinstated the macro but have it
- defined am_nfs_fh, and also test for plain typedef "nfs_fh".
-
- * aux/acconfig.h: #undef am_nfs_fh, which is being defined by a
- reinstated macro.
-
- * aux/configure.in: check for <nfs/export.h>
-
- * include/am_defs.h: include <nfs/export.h> (HPUX) if exists.
-
- * aux/macros/try_compile_nfs.m4: include <nfs/export.h> (HPUX) if
- exists.
-
- * aux/macros/mount_headers.m4 (define): removed some non-working
- (on HPUX) code that attempts to recreate the fhandle_t rather than
- load it up from system headers. Also added some NFS protocol
- header inclusion. include <nfs/export.h> (HPUX) if exists.
-
-Wed Feb 26 00:32:35 1997 Erez "HWank1" Zadok <ezk@okeeffe.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- * aux/macros/mount_headers.m4 (define): Use M4 changequote to
- ensure [] brackets are correctly used.
-
- * aux/macros/expand_cpp_{string,hex,int}.m4: encapsulate
- multi-line M4 inclusions in [].
-
-Tue Feb 25 22:19:44 1997 Erez "HWank1" Zadok <ezk@shekel.mcl.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- * conf/mtab/mtab_bsd.c (mnt_dup): use statfs field f_fstypename if
- it exists.
-
- * aux/acconfig.h: HAVE_FIELD_STRUCT_STATFS_F_FSTYPENAME, new
- config.h macro for field f_fstypename of struct statfs.
-
- * aux/configure.in: testing for field f_fstypename field of struct
- statfs (NetBSD).
-
- * aux/acconfig.h: moved all of the "static" definitions out to a
- fixed file called include/am_defs.h. Added to all */Makefile.am
- files a dependency on am_defs.h. Created am_defs.h of course, and
- then added #include <amd_defs.h> to all of the source and header
- files that required it.
-
-Mon Feb 24 01:27:02 1997 Erez Zadok <ezk@defiant.soscorp.com>
-
- * aux/acconfig.h: two more externals for xdr functions that may be
- implemented by libamu.
-
- * conf/nfs_prot/nfs_prot_bsdi2.h: added missing RPC and XDR
- definitions.
-
-Sun Feb 23 15:25:26 1997 Erez "HWank1" Zadok <ezk@shekel.mcl.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- * buildall (default): added -D option for turning on even stricker
- developer options.
-
- * */Makefile.am: make sure @AMU_NFS_PROT_HEADERS@ is used to
- determine dependencies on optional NFS protocol headers.
-
- * aux/acconfig.h: define and use HAVE_NFS_PROT_HEADERS as needed.
-
- * aux/macros/check_nfs_prot_header.m4: new test to determine what
- NFS protocol headers to use.
-
- * conf/nfs_prot/nfs_prot_{irix6,sunos4,bsdi2}.h: new headers to
- complete missing system headers for NFS protocol definitions.
-
-Sun Feb 16 15:58:42 1997 Erez "HWank1" Zadok <ezk@vir.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- * amd/ops_nfs.c (mount_nfs_fh): encapsulated some more code in
- #ifdef's as needed.
-
- * amd/ops_afs.c (mount_toplvl): make sure TIMEO/RETRANS code is
- suitable #ifdef'ed.
-
- * include/am_compat.h: a couple more mnttab options
- (timeo/retrans) setting just in case.
-
- * amd/autil.c (host_normalize): make sure hostent->h_name is
- passed a non-const char *.
-
- * conf/mount/mount_linux.c (mount_linux): cleaned up a block of code.
-
- * {lib,amq,amd}/*.c (many functions): cast xdr_entry to
- XDRPROC_T_TYPE.
-
- * lib/nfs_prot_svc.c (nfs_program_2): cast xdr_entry to
- XDRPROC_T_TYPE.
-
- * lib/nfs_prot_xdr.c (xdr_entry): cast xdr_entry to
- XDRPROC_T_TYPE.
-
- * lib/wire.c (getwire): Make sure safe assignment from const to
- none is done.
-
-Sat Feb 15 19:38:51 1997 Erez "HWank1" Zadok <ezk@vir.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- * aux/macros/expand_cpp_int.m4: new macro for expanding integers.
-
- * aux/configure.in: added linux/fs.h support in configure and
- several M4 macros.
-
- * conf/mount/mount_linux.c (mount_linux): use macro instead of
- "ugly" fixed hex number for mount() arguments.
-
-Sat Feb 15 02:09:47 1997 Erez "HWank1" Zadok <ezk@lorien.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- * amd/info_hesiod.c: removed macro HAVE_HS_ZONE_TRANSFER and
- turned all of its code always on. That code always seems to
- compile, as long as you have hesiod and libresolv.
-
- * amd/mapc.c: removed macro HAVE_HS_ZONE_TRANSFER and turned all
- of its code always on.
-
- * aux/configure.in: removed superfluous test for hs_zone_transfer
- function (will never find it because it is an amd-internal
- function).
-
- * amd/mapc.c (maptypes): must used correct new name for am-utils'
- hesiod initialization function: hesiod_am_init.
-
- * amd/info_hesiod.c (hesiod_am_init): renamed hesiod_init to
- hesiod_am_init so as not to conflict with libhesiod's
- hesiod_init() function.
-
- * aux/configure.in: added test and explicit inclusion of
- libresolv.a for later resolution of library references with
- libhesiod.
-
- * aux/macros/opt_cppflags.m4: new file. configure/compile C
- preprocessor flags.
-
- * aux/macros/opt_libs.m4: new file. configure/compile library
- flags.
-
- * Makefile.am (EXTRA_DIST_AUX): include two new macros
- opt_cppflags.m4 and opt_libs.m4.
-
- * aux/configure.in: test for libhesiod needs to additional
- libresolv to link completely. Additional configuration time
- options added for setting initial CPPFLAGS and LIBS.
-
-Tue Feb 10 02:15:40 1997 Erez "HWank1" Zadok <ezk@lorien.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- *******************************************************************
- *** Released am-utils-6.0a1 ***
- *******************************************************************
-
-Thu Feb 6 02:55:19 1997 Erez "HWank1" Zadok <ezk@shekel.mcl.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- * amd/info_ndbm.c (ndbm_search,ndbm_init): fixed the code so that
- it works on freebsd, where they map dbm_pagfno a non-existing
- macro on purpose, to force you to port the code to Berkeley DB.
-
-Fri Jan 31 01:35:09 1997 Erez "HWank1" Zadok <ezk@lorien.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- * amd/ops_afs.c (mount_toplvl): added a sleep(1) right before the
- actual mount_toplvl, to avoid some possible race conditions.
-
-Thu Jan 30 02:31:49 1997 Erez "HWank1" Zadok <ezk@lorien.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- * amd/rpc_fwd.c: removed all TLI (HAVE_T_OPEN) code.
-
-Wed Jan 29 18:25:07 1997 Erez "HWank1" Zadok <ezk@lorien.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- * lib/wire.c (getwire): removed HAVE_T_OPEN (TLI code)
-
- * amd/amd.c (main): fix local address using htonl(). Free up
- buffers allocated by netdir_*() functions.
-
-Wed Jan 22 23:53:24 1997 Erez "HWank1" Zadok <ezk@lorien.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- * amd/fix-amd-map.in: new script that will convert old-style amd
- maps to new one.
-
-Tue Jan 21 01:18:16 1997 Erez "HWank1" Zadok <ezk@lorien.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- * FIRST AMD IN AM-UTILS FINALLY WORKS (mounts itself as toplvl,
- and replies back to simple nfs/link type mount queries).
-
- * conf/mtab/mtab_svr4.c: reorganized the code in this file to be
- easier to read, and fixed a few bugs with un/setting the lock file
- descriptor.
-
-Wed Jan 8 15:27:49 1997 Erez "HWank1" Zadok <ezk@lorien.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- * amd/sched.c: removed HAS_SVR3_SIGNALS code to handle older
- signals in Svr3 systems. Only stellix ever used this.
-
- * amd/rpc_fwd.c (fwd_reply): removed all code that was triggered
- by DYNAMIC_BUFFERS, since it was not in use.
-
-Tue Jan 7 00:45:59 1997 Erez "HWank1" Zadok <ezk@lorien.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- * amd/opts.c (eval_opts): removed AMD_COMPAT code. Amd no longer
- takes '=' sign as old selector. Fix your maps.
- (deslashify): removed APOLLO code that treated two '//' as one.
-
-Sun Jan 5 01:25:09 1997 Erez "HWank1" Zadok <ezk@lorien.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- * amd/ops_nfsx.c (nfsx_init): removed HARD_NFSX_ERRORS, code which
- was not used. It made any submount error fail the whole group.
-
- * amd/ops_nfs.c (make_nfs_auth): removed code dependent on
- HAS_NFS_QUALIFIED_NAMES.
- (mount_nfs_fh): removed macro for NFS_ARGS_NEEDS_PATH, assuming it
- is never on. So code that was triggered by #ifndef
- NFS_ARGS_NEEDS_PATH (osf1, aix3, and bsd44 variants) may have to
- be fixed later.
- Removed all ULTRIX_HACK code. Ultrix is DEAD!
- removed all PRESET_AC code, which was only on for Linux to preset
- the attribute cache values (otherwise they default to zero).
- (nfs_umounted): revobed KICK_KERNEL code (IRIX systems). Will
- have to fixed up later.
- (mount_nfs_fh): removed code that was never included, which
- attempted to set the port on which amd's nfs mounts on. This
- isn't supported by the ping algorithm yet. In any case, it is all
- done in nfs_init().
-
- * amd/srvr_nfs.c (find_nfs_srvr), amd/ops_nfs.c (mount_nfs_fh):
- removed HAS_TCP_NFS code. The whole use of NFS V.3 with TCP or
- specially hacked NFS V.2 that uses TCP (BSD 4.4 variants) will
- have to be addressed later.
-
- * amd/nfs_subr.c (nfsproc_getattr_2): removed all code dependent
- on PRECISE_SYMLINKS.
-
- * amd/mapc.c (mapc_meta_search): removed code that depended on
- HAS_DEPOT. It is known buggy code. The whole DEPOT support needs
- to be rethought.
- (mapc_add_kv): ported code to use standard regular expression
- (regexp) library.
-
- * amd/{map.c,ops_sfs.c,ops_ufs.c}: removed all code dependent on
- FLUSH_KERNEL_NAME_CACHE and the macro itself.
-
-Sat Jan 4 15:46:58 1997 Erez "HWank1" Zadok <ezk@lorien.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- * amd/map.c (exported_ap_alloc): removed all code triggered by
- SHRINK_EXPORTED_AP and the macro itself.
-
- * amd/info_nis.c: removed HAS_NIS_RELOAD macro, and left the code
- in all the time. Assuming that there is always NIS realod
- available.
- (yp_all_fixed): removed code for BROKEN_YP_ALL. If your yp_all()
- function is broken such that it does not release filedescriptors
- it created, then you are hosed. Get a fix for yp_all from your
- vendor or switch operating systems.
-
-Tue Dec 31 15:34:36 1996 Erez "HWank1" Zadok <ezk@lorien.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- * amd/info_hesiod.c: renamed macro HAS_HESIOD_RELOAD to
- HAVE_HS_ZONE_TRANSFER.
-
-Mon Dec 30 17:33:23 1996 Erez "HWank1" Zadok <ezk@lorien.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- * amd/{nfs,host}_ops.cremoved INFORM_MOUNTD macro, so its code is
- always included. We should always try to inform the remove mount
- daemon of mounts we performed. If we want an option for this, it
- should be a run-time option.
-
- * amd/host_ops.c: removed all that optionally did not make the
- directory mount points for amd.
-
- * HOST_EXEC code removed from everywhere. There is no indication
- that it was used anywhere. If it needs to be used, then a
- run-time switch should control it.
-
-Thu Dec 26 00:06:52 1996 Erez "HWank1" Zadok <ezk@lorien.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- * amd/*_ops.c: removed all references to mntent_t's fields
- mnt_freq and mnt_passno, since they are no longe rused (and never
- have been).
-
- * amd/am_ops.c: removed function sunos4_match, which was off
- anyway. This was one of the places where an '=' sign was allowed
- as an assignment operator (which is now ':=').
-
- * amd/afs_ops.c (afs_bgmount): removed SUNOS4_COMPAT code which
- was off anyway. This was one of the places where an '=' sign was
- allowed as an assignment operator (which is now ':=').
-
-Tue Dec 24 01:53:52 1996 Erez "HWank1" Zadok <ezk@lorien.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- * amq/amq.c: ported to am-utils. Working.
-
- * conf/mount/mount_svr4.c (mount_svr4): changed mount type on svr4
- to be string, as it should be (rather than a string mapped to int
- and back mapped to string).
-
-Sun Dec 22 13:26:05 1996 Erez "HWank1" Zadok <ezk@lorien.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- * lib/mount_fs.c (mount_fs): removed MNTINFO_PREF code.
-
- * lib/umount_fs.c: split this into three files: default, osf, and
- bsd44, that are in conf/umount/umount_*.c.
-
-Thu Dec 19 17:33:46 1996 Erez "HWank1" Zadok <ezk@lorien.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- * aux/configure.in, aux/aclocal.m4, aux/acconfig.h: added new
- macro to automatically figure out if an external definition for
- sys_errlist[] exists.
-
- * lib/xutil.c (xfree): removed "#undef free" because it's not
- needed there. Any system that redefines free() needs help.
-
- * conf/mtab/mtab_file.c (REWRITE_MTAB_IN_PLACE): removed code that
- was dependent on REWRITE_MTAB_IN_PLACE. It does not appear to be
- in active use anywhere. If added later, it should be a run-time
- configuration option.
-
- * conf/mtab/mtab_mach3.c: removed code that was #ifdef'ed not to
- be MOUNT_TABLE_ON_FILE, since mach2 always stores its mount tables
- in a file in /etc.
-
- * lib/util.c (str3cat): removed _AIX code. AIX should have a
- working realloc, or else find a cleaner solution to this.
- (mkdirs): removed SUNOS4_WORKAROUND code. This was to do a sync()
- after immediately making directories so that fsck will be able to
- fix the filesystem in the event of an immediate crash. This was
- because a bug in UFS which is fixed by now.
-
- * lib/hutil.c (domain_strip): removed PARTIAL_DOMAINS triggered
- code. Does not appear to be on and used anywhere.
- (dofork): removed MACH3 code, b/c mach3 NFS bugs are fixed by now.
-
- * lib/resvport.c: split the binding of reserved ports code to a
- separate file. A #define (HAVE_T_OPEN) separates the TLI (SVR4)
- from the BSD code.
-
-Thu Dec 19 02:08:35 1996 Erez "HWank1" Zadok <ezk@shekel.mcl.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- * lib/Makefile.am (amu_LIBADD): includs @LIBOBJS@ now, auto-filled
- in by automake and configure, for optional sources that need to be
- built as part of libamu.a.
-
- * aux/aclocal.m4: Make sure AC_CHECK_MOUNT_STYLE adds mountutil.o
- to LIBOBJS.
-
- * lib/memcmp.c (memcmp): new file added to replace a possible bad
- implementation of memcmp.
-
-Wed Dec 18 22:20:23 1996 Erez "HWank1" Zadok <ezk@shekel.mcl.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- * converted the sources to use memset/memmove/memcmp instead of
- bzero/bcopy/bcmp.
-
- * ran all sources through gnu Indent w/ options specified in
- aux/amindent.
-
-Wed Dec 11 22:19:29 1996 Erez "HWank1" Zadok <ezk@shekel.mcl.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- * At this point the initial generation of config.h via autoconf and
- some preliminary makefiles via automake is done. I will not begin
- modifying sources, so it's a good time to document from here.
-
-Wed Dec 10 22:19:29 1996 Erez "HWank1" Zadok <ezk@shekel.mcl.cs.columbia.edu>
-
- *******************************************************************
- *** Initial ChangeLog Entry ***
- *******************************************************************
diff --git a/contrib/amd/FAQ b/contrib/amd/FAQ
deleted file mode 100644
index 3fbcb4cdb1d0..000000000000
--- a/contrib/amd/FAQ
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,69 +0,0 @@
- Am-utils Frequently Asked Questions
-
-Note: we started this FAQ only on March 15, 2005; so it's not long or
-comprehensive, yet. Amd is much older than that, and so there's a lot of
-information that's already available in other forms. If this FAQ doesn't
-answer your questions, see information in the following sources:
-
-1. The Am-utils book: http://www.am-utils.org/docs/amd-book/
-
-2. The Am-utils user manual, which is part of the distribution and is also
- available from www.am-utils.org.
-
-3. The www.am-utils.org Web site resources, especially the "am-utils" mailing
- list (and its archives).
-
-4. In the am-utils distribution (always use the latest ones), see all of the
- various README files (README, README.autofs, README.ldap, README.osx, and
- README.y2k). The "BUGS" file also lists useful information about bugs
- and problems with specific OSs which affect Amd. All of these text files
- are also available from www.am-utils.org.
-
-5. Some FAQ questions (including newbie questions) are available here:
- http://www.kernelcorp.com/resources_faqs.html
-
-6. Some problems are known bugs but have not been fixed yet: this are
- listed in bugzilla in https://bugzilla.am-utils.org/
-
-If you have additions to this FAQ, please let us know at
-the am-utils list (see www.am-utils.org).
-
-Thank you,
-The Am-utils development team.
-
-<FAQ>
-
-*** Linux Questions
-
-Q1. When I use Amd with Autofs and I restart Amd, how come it cannot remount
- the Autofs partitions?
-
-A1. This is a limitation of the Linux Autofs kernel module (for both autofs
- v2. and v3). The Linux Autofs does not allow restarting automounted
- points. There's nothing Amd can do about this. In fact, the same
- problem exists if you use the userland "automount" daemon instead of
- Amd. Hopefully Autofs-v4 or the separate effort of Autofs-NG will
- address this serious problem.
-
- Note that Amd itself can restart autofs automounted points just fine on
- OSs that support it, for example Solaris.
-
-
-Q2. When I use Amd, I get this console message frequently: "mount version
- older than kernel." Is it a problem?
-
-A2. No, it's a harmless warning message that the Linux kernel prints for NFS
- mounts. The intent was to alert administrators that the kernel has
- supposedly a different version of the mount(2) code than a userland
- program used. This happens if you compile Amd against kernel headers
- that are different than the kernel you're running. If the message
- really bothers you, then one way to "fix" the problem is to recompile
- Amd against the same kernel headers as the running kernel.
-
- Nevertheless, it is a relatively useless message because as far as we
- know, the NFS v2 and v3 mount codes have been in perfect sync between
- the userland and kernel sides, and were "standardized" for years
- already. This warning message caused more unnecessary worry among
- administrators than helping alert them to legitimate problems.
-
-</FAQ>
diff --git a/contrib/amd/FREEBSD-Xlist b/contrib/amd/FREEBSD-Xlist
deleted file mode 100644
index 2b2484ed0da4..000000000000
--- a/contrib/amd/FREEBSD-Xlist
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,268 +0,0 @@
-$FreeBSD$
-*LSM.am-utils
-*Makefile.*
-*README.autofs
-*README.osx
-*ac*.m4
-*.old
-*acconfig.h
-*aux
-*autom4te.cache*
-*buildall
-*config*
-*depcomp
-*install-sh
-*lt*
-*missing
-*mkinstalldirs
-*stamp-h.in
-*amd/test1.sh
-*amd/Makefile.*
-*amq/Makefile.*
-*commit
-*cvs-server.txt
-*conf/checkmount/checkmount_aix.c
-*conf/checkmount/checkmount_default.c
-*conf/checkmount/checkmount_osf.c
-*conf/checkmount/checkmount_svr4.c
-*conf/checkmount/checkmount_ultrix.c
-*conf/fh_dref/fh_dref_aix3.h
-*conf/fh_dref/fh_dref_aix42.h
-*conf/fh_dref/fh_dref_bsd44.h
-*conf/fh_dref/fh_dref_default.h
-*conf/fh_dref/fh_dref_hpux.h
-*conf/fh_dref/fh_dref_irix.h
-*conf/fh_dref/fh_dref_isc3.h
-*conf/fh_dref/fh_dref_linux.h
-*conf/fh_dref/fh_dref_nextstep.h
-*conf/fh_dref/fh_dref_osf2.h
-*conf/fh_dref/fh_dref_osf4.h
-*conf/fh_dref/fh_dref_sunos3.h
-*conf/fh_dref/fh_dref_sunos4.h
-*conf/fh_dref/fh_dref_svr4.h
-*conf/hn_dref/hn_dref_default.h,
-*conf/hn_dref/hn_dref_isc3.h
-*conf/hn_dref/hn_dref_linux.h
-*conf/mount/mount_aix.c
-*conf/mount/mount_aix3.c
-*conf/mount/mount_bsdi3.c
-*conf/mount/mount_default.c
-*conf/mount/mount_freebsd3.c
-*conf/mount/mount_hpux.c
-*conf/mount/mount_irix5.c
-*conf/mount/mount_irix6.c
-*conf/mount/mount_isc3.c
-*conf/mount/mount_linux.c
-*conf/mount/mount_mach3.c
-*conf/mount/mount_stellix.c
-*conf/mount/mount_svr4.c
-*conf/mtab/mtab_aix.c
-*conf/mtab/mtab_file.c
-*conf/mtab/mtab_isc3.c
-*conf/mtab/mtab_linux.c
-*conf/mtab/mtab_mach3.c
-*conf/mtab/mtab_osf.c
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diff --git a/contrib/amd/FREEBSD-upgrade b/contrib/amd/FREEBSD-upgrade
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--- a/contrib/amd/FREEBSD-upgrade
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,103 +0,0 @@
-# ex:ts=8
-$FreeBSD$
-
-AMD (am-utils) 6.1.5
- originals can be found at: ftp://ftp.am-utils.org/pub/am-utils/
-
-For the import of AMD many files were pruned by:
-
- tar -X FREEBSD-Xlist -xf am-utils-6.1.5.tar.gz
-
-and `find . -name '.cvsignore' -delete`
-
-Then imported by:
-
- cvs import -m 'Virgin import of AMD (am-utils) v6.1.5' \
- src/contrib/amd COLUMBIA amd_6_1_5
-
-After the import, a separate extraction of am-utils was GNU configured in
-the "normal" way. The resulting config.h file should be compared with
-src/usr.sbin/amd/include/config.h, and src/usr.sbin/amd/include/config.h
-updated as needed.
-
-To make local changes to amd, simply patch and commit to the main
-branch (aka HEAD). Never make local changes on the vendor (COLUMBIA) branch.
-
-Note, we don't trim anything in scripts/ as sysadmins may find the bits
-as a useful reference.
-
-All local changes should be submitted to "am-utils@am-utils.org" or
-https://bugzilla.am-utils.org for inclusion in the next vendor release.
-
-Local changes:
-
- amd/amd.8
- - corrected formatting of SEE ALSO
- r1.17 Uniformly refer to a file system as "file system"
- r1.16 Add the am-utils homepage to SEE ALSO
- r1.15 s/BSD/.Bx/ where appropriate
- r1.14 Avoid using parenthesis enclosure macros
- r1.13 split punctuation characters + misc fixes
- r1.12 mdoc(7)NG
- r1.11 Catch a left over reference to "/a"
- r1.10 Document change to the default mount dir.
- r1.9 Mention "amd -H" in the synopsis
- r1.8 Fix miscellaneous mdoc macro argument limit infringements
- r1.7 Don't refer to non-existent automount(8)
- r1.6 Fix errors in .Xr usage
- r1.3 un-mandocafied, un4.4BSD'ed
- r1.2 sort cross references
- amd/amd.c
- r1.7 use /.amd_mnt as default for -a
- amq/amq.8
- r1.9 Uniformly refer to a file system as "file system".
- r1.8 s/BSD/.Bx/ where appropriate.
- r1.6 mdoc(7)NG.
- r1.5 Remove reference to non-existent manpage
- r1.4 Fix typos
- r1.3 un-mandocafied, un4.4BSD'ed
- amq/pawd.1
- r1.3 un-mandocafied, un4.4BSD'ed
- r1.2 sorting of references
- conf/nfs_prot/nfs_prot_freebsd3.h
- r1.11 Userland part of nfs client/server split and cleanup
- r1.6 restore the standard name nfs_fh3
- r1.3 Fully use our own generated files for NFSv3
- r1.2 rpcgen our own files for NFSv3 support
- fixmount/fixmount.8
- r1.8 Uniformly refer to a file system as "file system"
- r1.6 split punctuation characters + misc fixes.
- r1.5 mdoc(7)NG.
- r1.4 ".Mn mountd" -> ".Nm mountd"
- r1.3 un-mandocafied, un4.4BSD'ed
- r1.2 More sorting of references.
- fsinfo/fsinfo.8
- r1.9 add section number to .Xr directive
- r1.7 Uniformly refer to a file system as "file system"
- r1.6 split punctuation characters + misc fixes
- r1.5 mdoc(7)NG
- r1.3 describe all of the command line options
- r1.2 un-mandocafied, un4.4BSD'ed
- hlfsd/hlfsd.8
- - Fix a broken SEE ALSO section and some mdoc issues
- mk-amd-map/mk-amd-map.8
- r1.4 removed HISTORY info from the .Os call.
- r1.2 un-mandocafied, un4.4BSD'ed
- scripts/amd.conf.5
- r1.15 Bring man page back in shape
- r1.13 Uniformly refer to a file system as "file system"
- r1.12 Avoid using parenthesis enclosure macros
- r1.11 mdoc(7)NG
- r1.10 Fix miscellaneous mdoc macro argument limit infringements
- r1.8 Fix a bunch of broken cross-references
- r1.7 Bad reference of uname(2) -> uname(3)
- r1.6 Grammer fix and style nits.
- r1.5 xfer typo
- r1.4 un-mandocafied, un4.4BSD'ed
- r1.3 More sorting of references.
- wire-test/wire-test.8
- r1.2 un-mandocafied, un4.4BSD'ed
-
-mbr@FreeBSD.org
-obrien@NUXI.com
-05-November-1999
diff --git a/contrib/amd/INSTALL b/contrib/amd/INSTALL
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index 2099840756e6..000000000000
--- a/contrib/amd/INSTALL
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,370 +0,0 @@
-Installation Instructions
-*************************
-
-Copyright (C) 1994-1996, 1999-2002, 2004-2013 Free Software Foundation,
-Inc.
-
- Copying and distribution of this file, with or without modification,
-are permitted in any medium without royalty provided the copyright
-notice and this notice are preserved. This file is offered as-is,
-without warranty of any kind.
-
-Basic Installation
-==================
-
- Briefly, the shell command `./configure && make && make install'
-should configure, build, and install this package. The following
-more-detailed instructions are generic; see the `README' file for
-instructions specific to this package. Some packages provide this
-`INSTALL' file but do not implement all of the features documented
-below. The lack of an optional feature in a given package is not
-necessarily a bug. More recommendations for GNU packages can be found
-in *note Makefile Conventions: (standards)Makefile Conventions.
-
- The `configure' shell script attempts to guess correct values for
-various system-dependent variables used during compilation. It uses
-those values to create a `Makefile' in each directory of the package.
-It may also create one or more `.h' files containing system-dependent
-definitions. Finally, it creates a shell script `config.status' that
-you can run in the future to recreate the current configuration, and a
-file `config.log' containing compiler output (useful mainly for
-debugging `configure').
-
- It can also use an optional file (typically called `config.cache'
-and enabled with `--cache-file=config.cache' or simply `-C') that saves
-the results of its tests to speed up reconfiguring. Caching is
-disabled by default to prevent problems with accidental use of stale
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- If you need to do unusual things to compile the package, please try
-to figure out how `configure' could check whether to do them, and mail
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-be considered for the next release. If you are using the cache, and at
-some point `config.cache' contains results you don't want to keep, you
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-`configure' by a program called `autoconf'. You need `configure.ac' if
-you want to change it or regenerate `configure' using a newer version
-of `autoconf'.
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- the package, generally using the just-built uninstalled binaries.
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- recommended that the package be configured and built as a regular
- user, and only the `make install' phase executed with root
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- this time using the binaries in their final installed location.
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- regular user, particularly if the prior `make install' required
- root privileges, verifies that the installation completed
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- uninstallation works correctly, even though it is required by the
- GNU Coding Standards.
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-the `configure' script does not know about. Run `./configure --help'
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-is an example:
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- ./configure CC=c99 CFLAGS=-g LIBS=-lposix
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-====================================
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- You can compile the package for more than one kind of computer at the
-same time, by placing the object files for each architecture in their
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-directory where you want the object files and executables to go and run
-the `configure' script. `configure' automatically checks for the
-source code in the directory that `configure' is in and in `..'. This
-is known as a "VPATH" build.
-
- With a non-GNU `make', it is safer to compile the package for one
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-compiler but only a single `-arch' option to the preprocessor. Like
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- ./configure CC="gcc -arch i386 -arch x86_64 -arch ppc -arch ppc64" \
- CXX="g++ -arch i386 -arch x86_64 -arch ppc -arch ppc64" \
- CPP="gcc -E" CXXCPP="g++ -E"
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-default for these options is expressed in terms of `${prefix}', so that
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- On Solaris, don't put `/usr/ucb' early in your `PATH'. This
-directory contains several dysfunctional programs; working variants of
-these programs are available in `/usr/bin'. So, if you need `/usr/ucb'
-in your `PATH', put it _after_ `/usr/bin'.
-
- On Haiku, software installed for all users goes in `/boot/common',
-not `/usr/local'. It is recommended to use the following options:
-
- ./configure --prefix=/boot/common
-
-Specifying the System Type
-==========================
-
- There may be some features `configure' cannot figure out
-automatically, but needs to determine by the type of machine the package
-will run on. Usually, assuming the package is built to be run on the
-_same_ architectures, `configure' can figure that out, but if it prints
-a message saying it cannot guess the machine type, give it the
-`--build=TYPE' option. TYPE can either be a short name for the system
-type, such as `sun4', or a canonical name which has the form:
-
- CPU-COMPANY-SYSTEM
-
-where SYSTEM can have one of these forms:
-
- OS
- KERNEL-OS
-
- See the file `config.sub' for the possible values of each field. If
-`config.sub' isn't included in this package, then this package doesn't
-need to know the machine type.
-
- If you are _building_ compiler tools for cross-compiling, you should
-use the option `--target=TYPE' to select the type of system they will
-produce code for.
-
- If you want to _use_ a cross compiler, that generates code for a
-platform different from the build platform, you should specify the
-"host" platform (i.e., that on which the generated programs will
-eventually be run) with `--host=TYPE'.
-
-Sharing Defaults
-================
-
- If you want to set default values for `configure' scripts to share,
-you can create a site shell script called `config.site' that gives
-default values for variables like `CC', `cache_file', and `prefix'.
-`configure' looks for `PREFIX/share/config.site' if it exists, then
-`PREFIX/etc/config.site' if it exists. Or, you can set the
-`CONFIG_SITE' environment variable to the location of the site script.
-A warning: not all `configure' scripts look for a site script.
-
-Defining Variables
-==================
-
- Variables not defined in a site shell script can be set in the
-environment passed to `configure'. However, some packages may run
-configure again during the build, and the customized values of these
-variables may be lost. In order to avoid this problem, you should set
-them in the `configure' command line, using `VAR=value'. For example:
-
- ./configure CC=/usr/local2/bin/gcc
-
-causes the specified `gcc' to be used as the C compiler (unless it is
-overridden in the site shell script).
-
-Unfortunately, this technique does not work for `CONFIG_SHELL' due to
-an Autoconf limitation. Until the limitation is lifted, you can use
-this workaround:
-
- CONFIG_SHELL=/bin/bash ./configure CONFIG_SHELL=/bin/bash
-
-`configure' Invocation
-======================
-
- `configure' recognizes the following options to control how it
-operates.
-
-`--help'
-`-h'
- Print a summary of all of the options to `configure', and exit.
-
-`--help=short'
-`--help=recursive'
- Print a summary of the options unique to this package's
- `configure', and exit. The `short' variant lists options used
- only in the top level, while the `recursive' variant lists options
- also present in any nested packages.
-
-`--version'
-`-V'
- Print the version of Autoconf used to generate the `configure'
- script, and exit.
-
-`--cache-file=FILE'
- Enable the cache: use and save the results of the tests in FILE,
- traditionally `config.cache'. FILE defaults to `/dev/null' to
- disable caching.
-
-`--config-cache'
-`-C'
- Alias for `--cache-file=config.cache'.
-
-`--quiet'
-`--silent'
-`-q'
- Do not print messages saying which checks are being made. To
- suppress all normal output, redirect it to `/dev/null' (any error
- messages will still be shown).
-
-`--srcdir=DIR'
- Look for the package's source code in directory DIR. Usually
- `configure' can determine that directory automatically.
-
-`--prefix=DIR'
- Use DIR as the installation prefix. *note Installation Names::
- for more details, including other options available for fine-tuning
- the installation locations.
-
-`--no-create'
-`-n'
- Run the configure checks, but stop before creating any output
- files.
-
-`configure' also accepts some other, not widely useful, options. Run
-`configure --help' for more details.
diff --git a/contrib/amd/MIRRORS.html b/contrib/amd/MIRRORS.html
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-<HTML>
-<HEAD>
- <META HTTP-EQUIV="Content-Type" CONTENT="text/html; charset=iso-8859-1">
- <META NAME="Author" CONTENT="Erez Zadok">
- <TITLE>Am-Utils 6.x Mirror Sites</TITLE>
-</HEAD>
-<BODY BGCOLOR="#FFFFFF">
-
-<CENTER>
-<H1> Am-Utils 6.x Software Mirror Sites</H1></CENTER>
-
-Note: in case of any problems accessing the individual FTP sites, please
-contact their respective maintainers. If you wish to be added to the
-official mirror list, please send mail to
-"am-utils-developers AT am-utils.org" with the
-full URL, maintainer's email, and geographical location.
-
-<P>
-
-<H2>North America</H2>
-<UL>
-
-<LI> New York (Stony Brook, Primary Site)
- <UL>
- <LI> FTP: <A
- HREF="ftp://ftp.am-utils.org/pub/am-utils">ftp.am-utils.org</A>.
- Contact person in case of problems
-"am-utils-developers AT am-utils.org".
- </LI>
- </UL>
-
-<LI> Minnesota
- <UL>
- <LI> FTP: <A
- HREF="ftp://ftp.cs.umn.edu/pub/am-utils">ftp.cs.umn.edu</A>.
- Maintainer <A HREF="mailto:dokas AT cs.umn.edu">dokas AT cs.umn.edu</A>.
- </LI>
- </UL>
-
-<LI> Florida (University of Florida)
- <UL>
- <LI> FTP: <A HREF="ftp://ftp.cise.ufl.edu/pub/mirrors/am-utils">ftp.cise.ufl.edu</A>.
- Maintainer <A HREF="mailto:mirror AT cise.ufl.edu">mirror AT cise.ufl.edu</A>.
- </LI>
- </UL>
-
-</UL>
-
-<H2>Europe</H2>
-<UL>
-
-<LI> Germany
- <UL>
- <LI> FTP: <A HREF="ftp://ftp.fu-berlin.de/unix/network/am-utils">ftp.fu-berlin.de</A>.
- Maintainer <A HREF="mailto:ftp-adm AT ftp.fu-berlin.de">ftp-adm AT ftp.fu-berlin.de</A>.
- </LI>
- <LI> FTP: <A HREF="ftp://ftp.tu-darmstadt.de/pub/networking/filesystems/am-utils/">ftp.tu-darmstadt.de</A>.
- Maintainer <A HREF="mailto:networking AT ftp.tu-darmstadt.de">networking AT ftp.tu-darmstadt.de</A>.
- </LI>
- </UL>
-
-<LI> Sweden
- <UL>
- <LI> FTP: <A HREF="ftp://ftp.sunet.se/pub/unix/admin/am-utils">ftp.sunet.se</A>.
- Maintainer <A HREF="mailto:archive AT ftp.sunet.se">archive AT ftp.sunet.se</A>.
- </LI>
- </UL>
-
-<LI> UK
- <UL>
- <LI> FTP: <A HREF="ftp://sunsite.org.uk/package/am-utils">sunsite.org.uk</A>.
- Maintainer <A HREF="mailto:lmjm AT icparc.ic.ac.uk">lmjm AT icparc.ic.ac.uk</A>.
- </LI>
- </UL>
-
-</UL>
-
-<H2>Asia</H2>
-<UL>
-
-<LI> Japan
- <UL>
- <LI> FTP: <A HREF="ftp://ftp.u-aizu.ac.jp/pub/net/amd/am-utils">ftp.u-aizu.ac.jp</A>.
- Maintainer <A HREF="mailto:ftp-admin AT u-aizu.ac.jp">ftp-admin AT u-aizu.ac.jp</A>.
- </LI>
-
- <LI> FTP: <A HREF="ftp://core.ring.gr.jp/pub/net/am-utils/">core.ring.gr.jp</A>.
- Maintainer <A HREF="mailto:ftpadmin AT ring.gr.jp">ftpadmin AT ring.gr.jp</A>.
- </LI>
-
- <LI> FTP: <A HREF="ftp://ftp.ring.gr.jp/pub/net/am-utils/">ftp.ring.gr.jp</A>.
- Maintainer <A HREF="mailto:ftpadmin AT ring.gr.jp">ftpadmin AT ring.gr.jp</A>.
- </LI>
- </UL>
-</UL>
-
-<HR>
-<I> Last updated: 2006-11-27</I>
-
-</BODY>
-</HTML>
-
-<!---
- <LI> FTP: <A HREF="X">X</A>.
- Maintainer <A HREF="mailto:X">X</A>.
--->
diff --git a/contrib/amd/MIRRORS.txt b/contrib/amd/MIRRORS.txt
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- AM-UTILS-6.x MIRRORS
-
-Note: in case of any problems accessing the individual FTP sites, please
-contact their respective maintainers. If you wish to be added to the
-official mirror list, please send mail to am-utils-developers AT am-utils.org
-with the full URL, maintainer's email, and geographical location.
-
-U.S.A:
- New York (Stony Brook, Primary Site):
- ftp://ftp.am-utils.org/pub/am-utils
- Maintainer: ezk AT am-utils.org
- Minnesota:
- ftp://ftp.cs.umn.edu/pub/am-utils
- Maintainer: dokas AT cs.umn.edu
-#Avoid for now: empty directory
-# Virginia (Newport News):
-# ftp://ftp.ferginc.com/pub/unix/am-utils
-# Maintainer: Branson.Matheson AT FergInc.com
-#server gone? (Jan 5, 2004)
-# Ohio (Kent State University):
-# ftp://info.mcs.kent.edu/pub/am-utils
-# Maintainer: root AT mcs.kent.edu
- Florida (University of Florida)
- ftp://ftp.cise.ufl.edu/pub/mirrors/am-utils
- Maintainer: mirror AT cise.ufl.edu
-
-Europe:
- Germany:
- ftp://ftp.fu-berlin.de/unix/network/am-utils
- Maintainer: ftp-adm AT ftp.fu-berlin.de
- Germany:
- ftp://ftp.tu-darmstadt.de/pub/networking/filesystems/am-utils/
- Maintainer: networking AT ftp.tu-darmstadt.de
- Sweden:
- ftp://ftp.sunet.se/pub/unix/admin/am-utils
- Maintainer: archive AT ftp.sunet.se
-# not responding (Jan 5, 2004)
-# Sweden (Stockholm University, Math Depat):
-# ftp://mirror.matematik.su.se/pub/am-utils
-# Maintainer: leifj AT matematik.su.se
- UK:
- ftp://sunsite.org.uk/package/am-utils
- Maintainer: lmjm AT icparc.ic.ac.uk
-
-Asia:
- Japan:
- ftp://ftp.u-aizu.ac.jp/pub/net/amd/am-utils
- Maintainer: ftp-admin AT u-aizu.ac.jp
- Japan:
- ftp://core.ring.gr.jp/pub/net/am-utils/
- Maintainer: ftpadmin AT ring.gr.jp
- Japan:
- ftp://ftp.ring.gr.jp/pub/net/am-utils/
- Maintainer: ftpadmin AT ring.gr.jp
-
-# gone? (Jan 5, 2004)
-# Australia:
-# Melbourne:
-# ftp://ftp.sage-au.org.au/pub/network/filesystem/am-utils
-# Maintainer: mirror AT ftp.sage-au.org.au
diff --git a/contrib/amd/NEWS b/contrib/amd/NEWS
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--- a/contrib/amd/NEWS
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-*** Notes specific to am-utils version 6.2
-
- - Removed license advertising clause
- - Removed expn program
-
-*** Notes specific to am-utils version 6.2-rc1
-
-Filesystem Support:
- - Add support for NFSv4
- - Add support for Lustre
- - Add support for ext{2,3,4}
- - Add support for linux autofs version 5
- - Add support for TMPFS and UDF
-New features:
- - Add amq -i (prints information about maps)
- - Add synchronous unmount code for amq -uu
- - Allow a comma-separated list of LDAP servers for failover
-Changes in behavior:
- - Empty variable assignments, now unset the variable value.
- - Share LDAP connections between different maps to save resources
-Portability fixes:
- - Changes to work with Linux-2.6.x, Linux-3.x and NetBSD-5.x, NetBSD-6.x,
- FreeBSD 7.x, Solaris
-Bug fixes:
- - Many bug fixes, see ChangeLog
-
-*** Notes specific to am-utils version 6.2a3
-
-- minor new ports:
- i386-apple-darwin8.8.1
- i386-pc-linux-centos4.4 (RHEL4 clone)
- i386-pc-linux-fc6 (Fedora Core 6)
- i386-pc-solaris2.11-nexentaos (GNU/OpenSolaris)
- ia64-hp-hpux11.23 (gcc and cc)
- powerpc-apple-darwin8.7.0
-
-- Bugs fixed:
- * reduce annoying warnings from xstrlcpy when expanding options.
- * translate '*' Sun maps correctly with "${key}"
-
-*** Notes specific to am-utils version 6.2a2
-
-New amd.conf global parameter: nfs_allow_any_interface. By default it is
-set to 'no' which means that Amd accepts local NFS packets only from
-127.0.0.1. If set to 'yes' then Amd will accept local NFS packets from any
-local interface; this is useful on hosts that may have multiple interfaces
-where the system is forced to send all outgoing packets (even those bound to
-the same host) via an address other than 127.0.0.1.
-
-Add support for specifying the host to match in the mount selectors netgrp
-and netgrpd. Now one can use either netgrp(<group-name>) or
-netgrp(<group-name>,<host-name>).
-
-Support new mount options for type:=pcfs mounts: longname, nowin95,
-shortname, user=N, group=N, mask=N, and dirmask=N.
-
-Two new amd.conf [global] parameters: nfs_retry_interval_toplvl and
-nfs_retransmit_counter_toplvl. They are similar to nfs_retry_interval and
-nfs_retransmit_counter, and allow you to set the "timeo" and "retrans" NFS
-mount parameters, respectively, but ONLY for Amd's top-level mounts (which
-are NFSv2/UDP currently). This is useful because on some systems you may
-wish to set these parameters differently than the OS default, so as to
-better tune Amd's responsiveness under heavy scheduler loads.
-
-- minor new ports:
- i386-pc-linux-fc5 (Fedora Core 5)
- i386-pc-linux-suse10.1 (beta 8)
- i386-unknown-freebsd6.0 (RELEASE)
- i386-unknown-freebsd6.1 (RELEASE)
- i386-unknown-netbsdelf2.1
- i386-unknown-netbsdelf3.0 (RELEASE)
- i386-unknown-openbsd3.8
- i386-unknown-openbsd3.9
- powerpc-apple-darwin8.5.0
- powerpc-apple-darwin8.6.0
-
-- Bugs fixed:
- * one serious memory leak in amfs_generic (caught by Coverity)
- * assorted potential (but rare) NULL pointer dereferences (Coverity)
- * correctly print nfs_args->addr info (sin_family/port/addr)
- * pawd should resolve path repeatedly until no more to do
- * handle old-style filehandles correctly (for mount points longer
- than 28 chars)
- * use-after-free bug in amfs_lookup_mntfs (Coverity)
- * don't turn off attribute cache for regular NFS mounts (improves
- performance)
- * detect G/DBM support via gdbm_compat library (Debian)
- * detect NDBM support in libc (FreeBSD 6)
-
-*** Notes specific to am-utils version 6.2a1
-
-MAJOR BUG FIXES: Synchronize Amd's view of its file systems with the
-kernel's NFS client-side DNLC/dcache. Amd changes its view when it reloads
-maps (automatically or via "amq -f") because new map entries could be added,
-old one removed, or existing ones changed. Amd also changes its view when a
-simple entry has expired and was flushed, or was forced out via "amq -u".
-Amd was not updating the mtime of its parent directory (often the amd
-automount point): this resulted in the kernel re-using cached entries, which
-are now possibly stale. Many users had seen this problem in the form of
-occasional ESTALE errors, or dangling/broken automounted symlinks,
-especially on systems under heavy use. To tell the kernel to ignore (flush)
-its old entries for an directory, the mtime of the directory must be updated
-(monotonically incremented). Amd was indeed doing so in several places, but
-unfortunately it was using time(2) which only provides a one-second
-resolution clock: this was fine a decade ago, but not good enough on today's
-fast systems; using only a one-second resolution clock meant that on busy
-systems that invoke Amd many times a second, some rapidly changing entries
-do not get flushed from the kernel, and the kernel thus uses stale entries.
-The solution to all of these was to rework the whole clock timer updates to
-use gettimeofday(), using a micro-second resolution timer, and to use that
-time whenever Amd needs to update an mtime/atime/ctime of any node.
-Finally, we now update the mtime in places that were never updated before
-(when a whole map is flushed or a single entry times out).
-
-Warning: some OSs, we discovered, are incapable of turning off their
-NFS attribute cache entirely. This means that Amd cannot work fully
-reliability on these systems, not under heavy load. This is documented in
-detail in the README.attrcache file included with this distribution.
-
-Include test-attrcache script to test the NFS attribute cache behavior using
-Amd.
-
-Tell syslog not to log automatically to /dev/console; it's unfriendly. If
-user really wants to, they can set it in /etc/syslog.conf.
-
-Moved pawd's path-matching functionality into Amd, where it can be done a
-lot more efficiently (we no longer need to construct and send the whole
-mounted tree, only to match small parts of it). This will lessen the CPU
-and network load on systems that use pawd heavily, and also minimize the
-chance that we exceed default or hard-coded UDP/TCP RPC packet sizes.
-
-Changed slightly how Amd behaves when you try to change log_options after
-Amd started (options can be turned on/off via "amq -x ARG"). It used to be
-that Amd won't let you turn off options which were on when Amd started.
-That limited users' ability to reduce Amd's logging levels to a minimum.
-Now, Amd will allow you to turn on/off any option, other than the two
-options "fatal" and "error." Both are on by default and considered
-mandatory. These two don't produce a lot of log messages, so your logs will
-remain small, but they are important to keep on, so Amd can report serious
-problems (including errors relating to incorrectly setting other log
-options).
-
-Amd now understands a new log_option called "defaults" which is synonymous
-with "fatal,error,user,warning,info" (and is also what logging happens by
-default).
-
-Amd now understands a new debug_option called "defaults" which is synonymous
-with "all,nohrtime,nomtab,noxdrtrace".
-
-Changed the misleading inverted logic of certain debug_options:
-
-1. "xdrtrace" is included in "all" because "all" (as the name implies),
- should be *all* options, not just a subset. If you want the old behavior
- of "all" then use "defaults" (all only adds "xdrtrace" which can be
- chatty on some systems).
-
-2. Certain debug options are hereby declared immutable: they may not be
- changed by "amq -D" after Amd starts, because it doesn't make much sense
- to change them after Amd starts, and it could really mess up Amd. These
- immutable flags are currently "daemon," "fork," "amq," and "mtab."
-
-3. the debug option "daemon" *will* cause Amd to daemonize. Before, it was
- causing Amd NOT to daemonize. This was greatly confusing, especially
- since the code, documentation, and comments often conflicted with each
- other. If you don't want Amd to daemonize, which is useful for debugging
- it, then use the debug option "nodaemon" -- it makes a lot more sense.
-
-4. Similarly, the "fork" option *will* cause Hlfsd to fork. Use "nofork" if
- you don't want Hlfsd to fork. This option is only applicable to Hlfsd.
-
-5. Similarly, the "amq" option, which is now on by default, will cause Amd
- to register itself with the RPC portmapper (for Amq), as is done
- normally. If you don't want Amd to register with the portmapper, use
- "noamq" -- this naming convention makes more sense. This was also
- confusingly documented and coded in places.
-
- Note: unfortunately, these changes to the "daemon," "fork," and "amq"
- debug options may be incompatible with people's previous use of Amd.
- Some of you may have to update your amd.conf slightly or your startup
- options (if they're hard-coded in your amd startup script). Sorry, but
- we have to fix those old problems sooner or later. However, if you never
- set any debug_options, or you used to "all," then you won't be affected
- by the change in meaning of these three flags.
-
-- minor new ports:
- i386-pc-linux-deb3.1
- i386-unknown-netbsdelf3.0 (BETA)
- powerpc-apple-darwin8.2.0
-
-- Bugs fixed:
- * abort with an error if yacc/lex programs not found
- * properly turn off the attrcache in freebsd and openbsd
- * can turn off attrcache on netbsd, but need kernel patch, see
- README.attrcache
- * pawd goes into an infinite loop on type:=auto
- * consistent search for file system mnttab/mount names
- * convert all sprintf to safer xsnprintf
- * convert all strcat to safer xstrlcat
- * convert all strcpy to safer xstrlcpy
- * fix three buffer overruns in expand_op (amd/opts.c)
- * pawd was trying UDP only, now try TCP if UDP failed
-
-*** Notes specific to am-utils version 6.1.1
-
-New amd.conf global parameter: forced_unmounts (default to "no"). If set to
-"yes," and the client OS supports forced or lazy unmounts, then Amd will
-attempt to use them if it gets any of three serious error conditions when
-trying to unmount an existing mount point or mount on top of one: EIO,
-ESTALE, or EBUSY. This could be useful to recover from serious conditions
-such as hardware failure of mounted disks, or NFS servers which are down
-permanently, were migrated, or changed their IP address. Only
-"type:=toplvl" mounts hung with EBUSY are forcibly unmounted using this
-option: this is useful to ensure that a new Amd can mount itself even if a
-previous Amd died and left its mount points hung, or to force Amd to
-shutdown cleanly, even if some processes (i.e., user shells) have their CWD
-on Amd's own mount point. This functionality is available for Linux, BSD44
-systems, Solaris, OSF/1, and partially for AIX.
-
-New amd.conf global parameter: truncate_log (default to "no"). If set to
-"yes", then Amd will truncate the log file (if it's a regular file) on
-startup. This could be useful when conducting extensive testing on Amd maps
-(or Amd itself) and you don't want to see log data from a previous run in
-the same file.
-
-- minor new ports:
- i386-pc-linux-fc4
- i386-pc-linux-suse9.3
- i386-pc-linuxoldld-deb3.1
-
-- bugs fixed:
- * safer mtab handling for Linux (locks + handles /proc/mounts)
- * small compile problems on Solaris 6 (rpcvers_t)
- * small compile problems on HPUX 10 (h_errno)
- * possibly missing definition of INADDR_NONE in wire.c
- * extern for sleep(3) may be missing on older gcc systems
- * updated nfs_args structure on aix4.
- * possible running off end of exported_ap[] array.
- * buffer overflow in pawd.
- * aix4 clean build.
- * use strlcat/snprintf in a few places for safety.
- * recover from IP address change of a down NFS server
- * don't discard restarted mntfs that was used.
-
-*** Notes specific to am-utils version 6.1
-
-- bugs fixed:
- * set timeo/retrans for type:=nfs only if user asked
-
-Also, if you want to know what's new in 6.1 compared to 6.0.x, it's
-EVERYTHING below this line, up to "6.0.4." Yes, that's a lot of stuff.
-
-*** Notes specific to am-utils version 6.1-rc7
-
-Remove alloca from am-utils, and rewrite code that used it.
-
-Assorted minor code cleanups.
-
-- minor new ports:
- alpha-unknown-linux-gentoo1.4.16
- alphaev56-dec-osf4.0f (using both cc and gcc)
- mips-sgi-irix6.5 (using both cc and gcc)
- mips-unknown-linux-gentoo1.4.16
- sparc64-unknown-linux-gentoo1.4.16
-
-- bugs fixed:
- * getwire() detects networks correctly on OSF/1
-
-*** Notes specific to am-utils version 6.1-rc6
-
-- minor new ports:
- i386-pc-linux-deb3.0
- i386-pc-linux-gentoo1.4.16
- i386-pc-linux-suse9.2
- i386-unknown-freebsd5.4
- i386-unknown-netbsdelf2.0.2
- i386-unknown-openbsd3.7
- powerpc-unknown-linux-yellowdog2.3
-
-- bugs fixed:
- * minor compile error of nfs_subr.c on some systems.
- * AIX 5.2/5.3 PPC compile fixes.
-
-*** Notes specific to am-utils version 6.1-rc5
-
-For NetBSD systems, $os used to say "netbsdelf1" or "netbsdelf2." Now it
-just says "netbsd."
-
-- minor new ports:
- powerpc-apple-darwin7.9.0
-
-- bugs fixed:
- * silly (but nasty) null pointer dereferencing
- * improved fix for '-opts' syntax for resetting map options
-
-*** Notes specific to am-utils version 6.1-rc4
-
-- bugs fixed:
- * check for "macosx" in M4 macros properly
- * minor memory leaks (thanks to Valgrind)
-
-*** Notes specific to am-utils version 6.1-rc3
-
-Minor fix to configure.in. Reran bootstrap to get a working configure
-script that indeed checks for certain Linux nfs/autofs headers.
-
-*** Notes specific to am-utils version 6.1-rc2
-
-New amd.conf global parameter: normalize_slashes (default to "yes"). If set
-to "no," then Amd will not condense repeated slashes or remove trailing ones
-from strings representing pathnames. This is sometimes useful with SMB
-mounts, which often require multiple slash characters in pathnames.
-
-Using a custom version of strlcpy instead of strncpy (but only where it
-makes sense), to minimize string overflow changes. Audited all use of
-strncpy/strlcpy to ensure safety.
-
-On Apple machines, use "powerpc" for $arch, instead of "Power Macintosh".
-Also, use sw_vers to find out more appropriate OS name (macosx) and OS
-version (10.3.x) than uname(3) reports.
-
-- minor new ports:
- powerpc64-unknown-linux-rhel4
- powerpc64-unknown-linux-sles9
-
-- bugs fixed:
- * pawd handles all file systems
- * fix double-free in type:=nfsx
- * timeo and retrans shouldn't be set for type:=toplvl
- * fix inconsistency in handling filehandle generation number
- * document proper use of hosts.allow (don't spawn)
- * single dash '-' map entry now resets the defaults
-
-*** Notes specific to am-utils version 6.1-rc1
-
-- minor new ports:
- i386-pc-linux-fc2 (Fedora Core 2).
- i386-pc-linux-fc3 (Fedora Core 3).
- i386-pc-linux-rhel3
- i386-pc-linux-rhel4
- i386-pc-linux-suse8.2
- i386-pc-linux-suse9.1
- i386-pc-solaris2.10
- i386-unknown-freebsd4.8
- i386-unknown-freebsd4.9
- i386-unknown-freebsd4.10
- i386-unknown-freebsd4.11
- i386-unknown-freebsd5.1 (5.1-RELEASE)
- i386-unknown-freebsd5.2 (5.2-RELEASE)
- i386-unknown-freebsd5.2.1 (5.2.1-RELEASE)
- i386-unknown-freebsd5.3 (5.3-RELEASE)
- i386-unknown-freebsd6.0 (6.0-CURRENT-SNAP001)
- i386-unknown-netbsdelf1.6.1
- i386-unknown-netbsdelf2.0
- i386-unknown-openbsd3.6
- ia64-hp-hpux11.20
- ia64-unknown-linux-rhel4
- mipsel-unknown-linux-rhPS2 (Linux on Sony PlayStation 2)
- powerpc-apple-darwin7.6.0
- powerpc-apple-darwin7.7.0
- powerpc-apple-darwin7.8.0
- powerpc-ibm-aix5.2.0.0
- powerpc-ibm-aix5.3.0.0
- sparc-sun-solaris2.10
- sparc64-unknown-linux-deb3.0
- x86_64-unknown-linux-rh2.9.5AS
-
-- support for executable maps ala Sun automounter. Set map_type=exec in
- amd.conf, and map_name to a program/script that takes a key as argv[1],
- and returns key-value pair on stdout. See also exec_map_timeout [global]
- parameter which defines how many seconds (default 10 sec) Amd will wait
- for an executable map program to return output before timing out. See
- am-utils manual for full details.
-
-- new amd.conf parameter "nfs_allow_insecure_port". Used to work around
- bugs in certain kernels, which cause them to try and talk to amd from
- unprivileged ports.
-
-- new amd.conf parameter: localhost_address. Used to override the localhost
- (often 127.0.0.1) address Amd uses to connect to for the local NFS server
- and RPC server.
-
-- new amd.conf [global] parameter: domain_strip (default "yes"). If set to
- "no," Amd won't strip domain names from host names, which is useful if
- your Amd maps are served by multiple domains and you want to tell from the
- logs which exact host did what.
-
-- new amd.conf [global] parameter: auto_attrcache (default to 0). Sets
- Amd's own NFS attribute-cache timeout in seconds. A value of 0 turns off
- attribute caching, meaning that Amd will be consulted via a kernel-RPC
- each time someone stat's the mount point (which could be abused as a
- denial-of-service attack). If you're concerned, set this to something
- greater than zero (a value of 1 second is currently recommended).
- Warning: if you set this option to any non-zero value, especially a large
- value, and you get ESTALE errors on your particular OS, then set this
- value back to 0 seconds.
-
-- four new amd.conf [global] parameters, similar to nfs_retry_interval and
- nfs_retransmit_counter, which allow you to set the "timeo" and "retrans"
- NFS mount parameters, respectively. Now you can set those parameters
- globally and separately for UDP vs. TCP, using any of these:
- nfs_retry_interval_udp, nfs_retransmit_counter_udp nfs_retry_interval_tcp,
- and nfs_retransmit_counter_tcp.
-
-- new amd.conf [global] parameter: preferred_amq_port. Allows you to select
- the UDP+TCP port that Amd's amq service will use with the RPC portmapper.
- Useful with firewalls and NAT'ed environments.
-
-- new amd.conf option "debug_mtab_file". Allows user to define the mtab
- file during debug-mtab mode. The default path is "/tmp/mtab".
-
-- new function selector xhost(ARG) which will match ARG against the current
- host name. This works even if ARG is a CNAME (unlike the host==ARG
- selector).
-
-- support restarting the automounter's own mount points (only over NFS,
- for now).
-
-- fully support WebNFS as per RFC 2054. It now tries v3/TCP first, falling
- back to v2/UDP if this doesn't work. The "webnfs" pseudo-mount options
- has been renamed (again) to "public" to match Solaris 2.
-
-- restructured the restarting of already-mounted filesystems, in the process
- also fixing a problem with restarting nfsx components.
-
-- support escaped slashes, needed for SMB mounts. Use '\\\/\\\/' in a
- string to get a double slash.
-
-- amd -v now prints domain, host, and hostd values: foo, example.com, and
- foo.example.com, respectively.
-
-- On Linux, if umount(2) failed with EIO or ESTALE, try the new umount2(2)
- system call with MNT_FORCE+MNT_DETACH. This could be quite helpful to
- unmounting hung mount points that otherwise cannot be fixed without a
- reboot.
-
-- The ping=N mount option now works. N defaults to 30 seconds for all NFS
- servers. It can now be set to any value for each server separately.
- Setting it to a large value can reduce the amount of NFS_NULL chatter on
- your network considerably, especially in large sites. Setting this to -1
- will turn off pings for that server (useful in NFS-HA setups). Setting N
- to 0 will pick the default ping value in Amd (currently 30 seconds). Note
- that if you have multiple Amd entries using the same file server, and each
- entry sets a different value of N, then each time Amd mounts a new entry,
- the ping value will be re-evaluated (and updated, turned off, or turned
- back on as needed). Note that NFS_NULL pings are sent for both UDP and
- TCP mounts, because even a hung TCP mount can cause user processes to
- hang.
-
-- file system inheritance code restructured, so it's no longer a pseudo file
- system, but actually integrated into Amd (as it should have been).
-
-- for type:=program, the "umount" program doesn't have to be defined; it'll
- default to "unmount ${fs}".
-
-- "amd -v" now prints the distribution name if it's known (e.g., rh9, fc3,
- suse8, etc.).
-
-- bugs fixed:
- * various memory management problems (leaks, etc)
- * fixed nfsx support
- * fixed a race involving late replies to network queries which
- arrive after the file system has already been mounted
- * recognize pcfs_args_t fields in FreeBSD 5
- * recognize other mount types in pawd: host, linkx, and nfsx
- * allow exactly one of umount and unmount in type:=program
- * race condition between calls to mntctl() on AIX
- * plock/mlockall wasn't inherited by fork(); moved after
- daemonizing.
- * fix inconsistency between Socket and TLI RPC timeouts.
- * don't warn when couldn't rmdir a dir with a readonly ancestor.
- * avoid hangs of amd in ctl-amd (must chdir to /)
- * workaround occasional daemonizing problems (parent won't die)
- * don't hang on exit if debug_options=mtab was used
- * utimeout=N mount option works with non-nfs types (ufs, pcfs, etc.)
- * SEGV (null pointer deref) in type:=program and type:=cachefs
- * unmount_on_exit of type:=program caused amd to hang
- * match amd2ldif output with ldap.schema
-
-*** Notes specific to am-utils version 6.1b4
-
-- minor new ports:
- i686-apple-darwin6.6
-
-- speed up the recovery of inherited (restarted) filesystems by using the
- proper waiting channels
-
-- added support for mounting webnfs filesystems, see entry below. It doesn't
- do any probing currently, so it will default to v2/UDP unless another
- version and/or protocol are explicitly specified.
-
-- pseudo-mount option "ignore_portmapper" renamed to "webnfs"
-
-- bugs fixed:
- * properly time out autofs filesystems on Linux
- * link mounts with relative targets weren't working on autofs
- * the link side of the nfsl file system wasn't working on autofs
- * umount code was accidentally turning all symlinks into directories
- during attempted umounts, causing stale filehandles
- * various minor build fixes for "impossible" configurations
- * prevent ldap code from dereferencing a null pointer
-
-*** Notes specific to am-utils version 6.1b3
-
-- new amd.conf option autofs_use_lofs, set by default to "yes". "yes" means
- using in-place mounts (lofs, bind mounts, etc.), thus utilizing one of
- Autofs's main advantages. "no" means using symlinks instead, which has
- the "/bin/pwd" problem and certain efficiency issues on Solaris 2.6+ and
- is also not supported on Solaris Autofs v1 and derivatives; however, the
- autofs code that uses symlinks is simpler and more thoroughly tested.
-
-- new amd.conf option map_default (can be used in [global] and overwritten
- in the per-map section). This will overwrite the /defaults entry of the
- map itself, to allow people to set defaults in amd.conf (useful when you
- cannot control your amd maps, or you'd rather not modify them globally).
-
-- for type:=program, you can use either unmount:=XXX or umount:=XXX (but not
- both). This new 'unmount' name is an alias for convenience.
-
-- fixed the "multiple matching sub-entries in a map entry" semantics to try
- mounting those sub-entries one by one, until either one succeeds or all
- fail. The old semantics of trying to mount everything in parallel and use
- the one that mounted fastest hasn't worked in a long time; in fact, 6.0
- currently simply ignores all but the first matching sub-entry.
-
-- made amd fail much faster (instantly, in fact) if the remote server
- doesn't have a functional portmapper or NFS service. Also reduced the
- total timeout to 3 seconds for a completely downed server.
-
-- new pseudo-mount option "ignore_portmapper"; not very useful currently,
- will make more sense when we also accept hard-coded ports for mountd and
- nfsd.
-
-- amd will no longer query the portmapper for all possible NFS versions and
- protocols if the user requested to use specific ones.
-
-- increased the major number for the library, so that 6.0 and 6.1 can't
- share libraries anymore.
-
-- support tcpd/libwrap tcpwrappers. If your system supports libwrap, then
- you can use /etc/hosts.allow and /etc/hosts.deny to control remote Amq
- access to Amd. The new amd.conf parameter use_tcpwrappers is set to "yes"
- by default.
-
-- support NULL entries in Hesiod maps, if they start with a ".".
-
-- code reorganization
-
-- documentation cleanup, corrections, and general updates. Better
- references to all man pages. Support newer texi2html. Proper building of
- DVI and PSI files. Allow building of am-utils manual in one long Web
- page.
-
-- minor new ports:
-
- ia64-unknown-linux-rh2.1AS (Red Hat Itanium Advanced Server)
- i386-unknown-freebsd5.0 (5.0-RELEASE)
- sparc64-unknown-linux-suse7.3
- i386-unknown-netbsdelf1.6.1
- i386-unknown-openbsd3.3
- i386-pc-solaris2.9
-
-- bugs fixed:
-
- * autofs mode on Linux was segfaulting on a silly error (and noone
- complained, which proves that I'm probably the only one testing
- these beta releases, tsk tsk).
- * fixed handling of host entries over autofs.
- * fixed handling of nfsl entries over autofs.
- * the matching in find_mntfs() was causing problems for inherited
- filesystems, so make an exception for them. Tighten the
- matching even more, to take into account the f/s type as well.
- * recognize xlatecookie mnttab option on netbsd
- * document Solaris lex bug (use flex)
- * document AIX 5.x NFS bug (need patch)
- * document Solaris 8 autofs version change (need to fix system
- header file)
- * ensure lex doesn't run out of output slots
- * support GNU flex-2.5.31+
- * force version.texi to be rebuilt unconditionally
- * mk-amd-map open db file exclusively (security)
- * turn off maintainer-only rules in distros
- * don't core dump if log_file is NULL (Solaris)
- * don't include malloc.h if stdlib.h exists
- * recognize file system failures (EIO) upon reading file maps
-
-*** Notes specific to am-utils version 6.1b2
-
-- new mount flag "softlookup", which determines how amd will respond to
- lookups of NFS shares already mounted (return a valid symlink or return
- EIO). The default, if "softlookup" is not specified, depends on whether the
- mount is "soft" or "hard".
-
-- return EIO instead of ENOENT if amd thinks the server is down; this allows
- well-written applications to sleep and retry the operation.
-
-- minor new ports:
-
- i386-apple-darwin6.0
- i386-pc-linux-rh8.0
- ia64-unknown-linux-rh2.1AW
- sparc-sun-solaris2.9
-
-- automatic support for loop mounts on Linux (deprecates the "loop" mount
- option)
-
-- new amd.conf parameter ldap_proto_version (default 2) for setting the LDAP
- protocol version to use.
-
-- bugs fixed:
-
- * redundancy mode (multiple servers for the same share) wasn't working
- * non-autofs mode had some rather nasty hangs on downed file servers
- * double-free'ing problem in assign_error_mntfs and free_continuation
- * free'ing non-malloc'ed memory in amfs_auto_mount
- * late server ping replies were not ignored
- * amfs_auto_lookup_mntfs wasn't propagating errors up to callers
- * autofs-v4 on Solaris 9 works
- * handle std{in,out,err} correctly when releasing controlling tty
- (for real this time)
- * don't cast pointers between enum_t and u_long, it doesn't work on
- 64-bit big-endian platforms
- * fix compile problem with mlockall() on Darwin
-
-*** Notes specific to am-utils version 6.1b1
-
-- Major Autofs work
- Partial support for Sun Autofs v1
- Documented known problems with Sun Autofs v1 (possible deadlocks)
- Fixes for Sun Autofs v2/v3
- Preliminary support for Sun Autofs v4 (Solaris 9)
- Kernel-based expirations for Linux Autofs
-
-- Minor new ports:
- powerpc-ibm-aix5.1.0.0
- i386-unknown-netbsd1.6A
-
-- Work around IBM's NFSv3 ABI change in aix4.3
-
-- trivial regression test suite started: run "make check" on a built
- am-utils to execute tests. Currently only one test which checks to see if
- "amd -v" executes correctly.
-
-- new command line option "amd -A arch" to overwrite the value of $arch.
-
-- bugs fixed:
-
- * Linux loop mounts of ISO images
- * assorted LDAP fixes
- * strerror not found on some systems
- * small fixes for hpux9 and aix43
- * exclude ldap/hesiod support unless both libraries+headers exist
- * fully support "xlatecookie" mount option
- * security: if -D noamq option, don't listen on socket.
-
-*** Notes specific to am-utils version 6.1a5:
-
-- browsable_dirs support for Solaris autofs, *without* mount storms!
-
-- new amd.conf global parameter: map_reload_interval (default 1 hour).
- Determines how often Amd checks to see if maps have changed at the source
- (and then reloading only those that have changed).
-
-- "amd -v" now lists bug-reporting address.
-
-- assorted code cleanups and porting to use latest versions of GNU
- Autotools.
-
-- opts:=loop works for type:=cdfs, for mounting ISO-9660 files on Linux.