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Re: OpenLDAP upgrade cycle
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Matthew J. Smith wanted us to know:
>I have noticed, in my short time on this list, that the upgrade cycle
>for OpenLDAP seems to be very short. I initially installed 2.2.6,
>because that is the only RPM available for my SuSE distro. Then, on
>advice from this list, I compiled my own 2.2.15. Shortly after, 2.2.17
>was released, and now 2.2.19 is available. So, a few questions:
Also keep in mind that due to dependency checking, rpm based distros
don't normally kick up version numbers of apps. They usually only
backport security fixes and in a few specialized cases, critical
bugfixes. So take a look at the changelog of that rpm, some of those
memory leak bugfixes may have been backported.
The methods described for the Stanford system are quite nice. I think
it's a well thought out system and a well thought out process.
We should not be building surveillance technology into standards.
Law enforcement was not supposed to be easy. Where it is easy,
it's called a police state. -- Jeff Schiller on NANOG
Linux kernel 22.214.171.124-12mdkenterprise 2 users, load average: 0.07, 0.08, 0.08
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