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commit keepalived for openSUSE:Factory
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here is the log from the commit of package keepalived for openSUSE:Factory
checked in at 2019-04-04 12:08:16
Comparing /work/SRC/openSUSE:Factory/keepalived (Old)
and /work/SRC/openSUSE:Factory/ (New)

Package is "keepalived"

Thu Apr 4 12:08:16 2019 rev:26 rq:691307 version:2.0.14

--- /work/SRC/openSUSE:Factory/keepalived/keepalived.changes 2019-03-22
15:08:25.689439462 +0100
+++ /work/SRC/openSUSE:Factory/
2019-04-04 12:08:24.509383446 +0200
@@ -1,0 +2,183 @@
+Wed Apr 3 13:52:51 UTC 2019 - Marcus Rueckert <mrueckert@xxxxxxx>
+- add buildrequires for file-devel
+ - used in the checker to verify scripts
+Wed Apr 3 13:46:22 UTC 2019 - Marcus Rueckert <mrueckert@xxxxxxx>
+- update to 2.0.14
+ - Add compiler warning -Wfloat-conversion and fix new warnings.
+ It was discovered that passing 0.000001 as a parameter
+ specified as uint32_t to a function did not generate any
+ warning of type mismatch, or loss of precision. This commit
+ adds -Wfloat-conversion and fixes 3 instances of new warnings
+ that were generated.
+ - For non systemd enviroment, it occurs syntax error 'fi'. To
+ avoid syntax error, modify
+ - When uninstall keepalived with init upstart, stop keepalived
+ process.
+ - Fix type re LOG_INGO should be LOG_INFO - 6git stash --cached.
+ The code was actualy in a #ifdef INCLUDE_UNUSED_CODE block, and
+ so isn't currently compiled.
+ - Register missing thread function for thread debugging.
+ - Fix reutrn value of notify_script_compare misusing issue.
+ - Fix typo in keepalived.conf man page re BFD min_rx.
+ - Fix segfault when bfd process reloads config. Issue #1145
+ reported the bdf process was segfaulting when reloading. The
+ bfd process was freeing and allocating a new thread_master_t
+ when reloading, which doesn't work. This commit changes the bfd
+ process to clean and reinitialise the thread_master_t.
+ - Fix segfault in handle_proc_ev(). On Linux 3.10 the ack bit
+ can be set in a connector message, and the CPU number is set to
+ UINT32_MAX. This commit skips acks, and also checks that CPU
+ number is within range of the number of CPUs on the system.
+ - Fix OpenSSL init failure with OpenSSL v1.1.1. OpenSSL v1.1.1,
+ but not v1.1.0h or v1.1.1b failed in SSL_CTX_new() if
+ OPENSSL_init_crypto(OPENSSL_INIT_NO_LOAD_CONFIG) had previously
+ been called. This commit doesn't call OPENSSL_init_crypto() if
+ doing so causes SSL_CTX_new() to fail.
+ - Remove all references to libnfnetlink. Commit 2899da6 (Stop
+ using linbl for mcast group membership and setting rx buf
+ sizes) stopped using libnfnetlink, but INSTALL and
+ were not updated accordingly.
+ - Fix genhash re OPENSSL_init_crypto bug and improve
+ Commit fe6d6ac (Fix OpenSSL init failure with
+ OpenSSL v1.1.1) didn't update the identical code in
+ genhash/ssl.c. Also, an improvement for the test in
+ was suggested.
+ - Fix log output when real server removed. FMT_VS() and FMT_RS()
+ both call inet_sockaddrtotrio which uses a static buffer to
+ return the formatted string, but since FMT_VS(), wheich simply
+ calls format_vs() copies the returned string to its own static
+ buffer, if FMT_VS() was called before FMT_RS() then the
+ returned strings from both could be used. The problem occurs
+ when both FMT_VS() and FMT_RS() are used as parameters to
+ log_message() (or printf etc). It appeared to work fine on
+ x86_64, but was writing the same IP address for both the real
+ server and virtual server on ARM architectures. This is due to
+ the compiler evaluating parameters to the log_message()
+ function call in a different order on the different
+ architectures. This commit adds inet_sockaddrtotrio_r() which
+ allows the output to be in a buffer specified by the caller,
+ and so FMT_VS() and FMT_RS() can now be called in either order
+ without one overwriting a buffer used by the other.
+ - Streamline some string formatting with FMT_RS() and FMR_VS().
+ Following commit 9fe353d (Fix log output when real server
+ removed) some code can be streamlined now that the order of
+ calling FMT_VS() and FMT_RS() does not matter.
+ - Replace FMT_HTTP_RS(), FMT_TCP_RS() and FMT_DNS_RS() with
+ FMT_CHK(). They were all simply defined to be FMT_CHK() so
+ just replace them with that. This made it much simpler to find
+ all used of FMT_CHK().
+ - Fix building with gcc 4.4.7 (Centos 6.5). gcc v4.4.7 doesn't
+ support -Wfloat-conversion, so check for it at configure time.
+ - Add dumping checker config/status when receive SIGUSR1.
+ - Don't put alpha mode checkers into failed state at reload If a
+ new checker is added at a reload, unless the real server aleady
+ has failed checkers, then ignore the alpha mode of the checker.
+ This means that the real server, if up, won't be taken down and
+ then brought back up again almost straight away. If the real
+ server already has failed checkers, then setting an alpha mode
+ checker down initially won't take down the real server, so we
+ can allow the alpha mode setting to apply.
+ - Handle alpha mode checkers initial failure at startup better.
+ - Fix compile failure discovered by Travis-CI.
+ - Fix calling syslog when not using signalfd(). Pull request
+ #1149 identified that syslog is AS-Unsafe (see signal-safety
+ man page), and that therefore signals should be blocked when
+ calling it. This commit blocks signals when calling
+ syslog()/vsyslog() when signalfd() is not being used.
+ - Rationalise function attributes.
+ - Fix enable-optimise configure option.
+ - Use AS_HELP_STRING for all options in
+ - Streamline genhash -h option.
+ - Make genhash -v version match keepalived.
+ - Fix config check of virtual server quorum against weights of
+ real servers.
+ - Fix some configure tested checks for OPENSSL_init_crypto.
+ - Add infrastructure for adding additional compiler warnings.
+ - Add standard and extra compiler warnings.
+ - Add and resolve missing-declarations and missing-prototypes
+ warnings Approximately 16 additional functions are now declared
+ static.
+ - Add and resolve old-style-definitions warnings
+ - Add and resolve redundant-decls warnings
+ - Add and resolve jump-misses-init warnings
+ - Add and resolve shadow warnings
+ - Add and resolve unsuffixed-float-constants warnings
+ - Add and resolve suggest-attribute=const warnings
+ - Add and resolve suggest-attribute=format warnings
+ - Add and resolve suggest-attribute=malloc warnings
+ - Add and resolve suggest-attribute=noreturn warnings
+ - Add and resolve suggest-attribute=pure warnings
+ - Add and resolve unused-macros warnings
+ - Add and resolve null-dereference warnings
+ - Add and resolve float-equal warnings
+ - Add and resolve stack-protector warnings
+ - Add and resolve strict-overflow=4 warnings
+ - Add and resolve pointer-arith warnings This particularly
+ includes adding a number of bytes to a void -.
+ - Add and resolve cast-qual warnings
+ - Resolve additional warnings identified on Centos 6.5/gcc 4.4.7
+ - Remove static from zalloc()
+ - Fix some compiler warnings on Ubuntu Xenial, and add comments
+ re others.
+ - Rename LIST parameters to lst in list_head.h to avoid upper
+ case.
+ - Fix real server checkers moving from failed to OK on reload.
+ - add rs judgement in migrate_checkers.
+ - Detect connection failure in genhash and exit rather than loop.
+ - Add another function pure attribute.
+ - Fix sending notifies for vrrp instances at startup when in sync
+ group Issue #1155 idenfified that notify scripts for vrrp
+ instance transition to backup state when keepalived started up
+ were not being sent if the vrrp instance was in a sync group.
+ It was also the case that SNMP traps, SMTP alerts and FIFO
+ notifies were not being sent either. This commit make
+ keepalived send the initial notifies when the vrrp instance is
+ in a sync group.
+ - Fix building keepalived RPM on Fedora 26. For some reason
+ -fPIC is needed when testing for the presence of setns().
+ - Add vrrp_startup_delay configuration option. Some systems that
+ start keepalived at boot time need to delay the startup of the
+ vrrp instances, due to network interfaces taking time to
+ properly come up. This commit adds a global configuration
+ option vrrp_startup_delay that delays the vrrp instances
+ starting up, for the specified number of seconds.
+ - Handle checkers properly when reload immediately after startup.
+ - Streamline some of the SMTP checker code.
+ - Create separate checker for each host in SMTP_CHECK block
+ Having multiple host entries in an SMTP_CHECK block is
+ deprecated. This commit streamlines the SMTP_CHECK code by
+ creating a separate SMTP checker for each host declared in the
+ SMTP_CHECK block, so that apart from parsing the configuration,
+ the code no longer handles multiple hosts per checker. The
+ support for parsing configuration with multiple hosts is only
+ enabled if WITH_HOST_ENTRIES is defined in check_smtp.c. It is
+ currently enabled, but when support for multiple hosts in the
+ SMTP_CHECK block is finally removed, it will simply be a matter
+ of deleting all code in the WITH_HOST_ENTRIES conditional
+ blocks.
+ - Make checker fail if ENETUNREACH returned by connect(). The
+ connect() call can return some immediate errors such as
+ ENETUNREACH. These were not being treated as a failure of the
+ checker, since the code used to assume that any non success
+ return by connect() meant that the connection was in progress.
+ keepalived will now treat ENETUNREACH, EHOSTUNREACH,
+ ETIMEDOUT, when returned by connect(), as meaning that the
+ checker has failed.
+ - Don't set SO_LINGER with a timeout of 0 SO_LINGER with a
+ timeout of 0 causes a TCP connection to be reset rather than
+ cleanly closed. Instead of specifying a timeout of 0, use 5
+ seconds, so that there is an orderly shutdown of the TCP
+ connection, but the close socket doesn't remain in TIMED_WAIT
+ state for more than a short time.
+ - nftables: fix build with kernel lower than 4.1.
+ - Remove dead code and cosmectics. Remove code marked as UNUSED
+ where things simply go nowhere even if define is set. We keep
+ for the moment UNUSED code related to debug helpers used during
+ coding process.




Other differences:
++++++ keepalived.spec ++++++
--- /var/tmp/diff_new_pack.dPf5hj/_old 2019-04-04 12:08:25.409382593 +0200
+++ /var/tmp/diff_new_pack.dPf5hj/_new 2019-04-04 12:08:25.409382593 +0200
@@ -43,7 +43,7 @@
%bcond_without json

Name: keepalived
-Version: 2.0.13
+Version: 2.0.14
Release: 0
Summary: A keepalive facility for Linux
License: GPL-2.0-or-later
@@ -54,6 +54,7 @@
Patch1: keepalive-init.patch
Patch2: linux-4.15.patch
+BuildRequires: file-devel
BuildRequires: net-snmp-devel
BuildRequires: pkgconfig
BuildRequires: snmp-mibs

++++++ keepalived-2.0.13.tar.gz -> keepalived-2.0.14.tar.gz ++++++
++++ 7594 lines of diff (skipped)

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