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[opensuse-kubic] New Kubic snapshot 20200325 released!
  • From: Richard Brown <rbrown@xxxxxxx>
  • Date: Fri, 27 Mar 2020 07:05:06 +0000
  • Message-id: <158529270633.3037.14737158378991415423@go-agent-stagingbot-7>

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Packages changed:
conmon (2.0.12 -> 2.0.14)
coreutils (8.31 -> 8.32)
installation-images-MicroOS (14.462 -> 14.463)
ldb (2.0.8 -> 2.1.1)
nano (4.8 -> 4.9)
rook (1.2.4+git9.gd747507e -> 1.2.6+git0.g99024013)
sssd (2.2.2 -> 2.2.3)
talloc (2.3.0 -> 2.3.1)
tdb (1.4.2 -> 1.4.3)
tevent (0.10.1 -> 0.10.2)
toolbox (1.0+git20200217.cd18bfb -> 1.0+git20200324.dd047bc)

=== Details ===

==== conmon ====
Version update (2.0.12 -> 2.0.14)

- Update to v2.0.14
- drop usage of splice(2)
- avoid hanging on stdin
- stdio: sometimes quit main loop after io is done
- ignore sigpipe

==== coreutils ====
Version update (8.31 -> 8.32)

- Update to 8.32:
* Noteworthy changes in release 8.32 (2020-03-05) [stable]
* * Bug fixes
cp now copies /dev/fd/N correctly on platforms like Solaris where
it is a character-special file whose minor device number is N.
[bug introduced in fileutils-4.1.6]
dd conv=fdatasync no longer reports a "Bad file descriptor" error
when fdatasync is interrupted, and dd now retries interrupted calls
to close, fdatasync, fstat and fsync instead of incorrectly
reporting an "Interrupted system call" error.
[bugs introduced in coreutils-6.0]
df now correctly parses the /proc/self/mountinfo file for unusual entries
like ones with '\r' in a field value ("mount -t tmpfs tmpfs /foo$'\r'bar"),
when the source field is empty ('mount -t tmpfs "" /mnt'), and when the
filesystem type contains characters like a blank which need escaping.
[bugs introduced in coreutils-8.24 with the introduction of reading
the /proc/self/mountinfo file]
factor again outputs immediately when stdout is a tty but stdin is not.
[bug introduced in coreutils-8.24]
ln works again on old systems without O_DIRECTORY support (like Solaris 10),
and on systems where symlink ("x", ".") fails with errno == EINVAL
(like Solaris 10 and Solaris 11).
[bug introduced in coreutils-8.31]
rmdir --ignore-fail-on-non-empty now works correctly for directories
that fail to be removed due to permission issues. Previously the exit status
was reversed, failing for non empty and succeeding for empty directories.
[bug introduced in coreutils-6.11]
'shuf -r -n 0 file' no longer mistakenly reads from standard input.
[bug introduced with the --repeat feature in coreutils-8.22]
split no longer reports a "output file suffixes exhausted" error
when the specified number of files is evenly divisible by 10, 16, 26,
for --numeric, --hex, or default alphabetic suffixes respectively.
[bug introduced in coreutils-8.24]
seq no longer prints an extra line under certain circumstances (such as
'seq -f "%g " 1000000 1000000').
[bug introduced in coreutils-6.10]
* * Changes in behavior
Several programs now check that numbers end properly. For example,
'du -d 1x' now reports an error instead of silently ignoring the 'x'.
Affected programs and options include du -d, expr's numeric operands
on non-GMP builds, install -g and -o, ls's TABSIZE environment
variable, mknod b and c, ptx -g and -w, shuf -n, and sort --batch-size
and --parallel.
date now parses military time zones in accordance with common usage:
"A" to "M" are equivalent to UTC+1 to UTC+12
"N" to "Y" are equivalent to UTC-1 to UTC-12
"Z" is "zulu" time (UTC).
For example, 'date -d "09:00B" is now equivalent to 9am in UTC+2 time zone.
Previously, military time zones were parsed according to the obsolete
rfc822, with their value negated (e.g., "B" was equivalent to UTC-2).
[The old behavior was introduced in sh-utils 2.0.15 ca. 1999, predating
coreutils package.]
ls issues an error message on a removed directory, on GNU/Linux systems.
Previously no error and no entries were output, and so indistinguishable
from an empty directory, with default ls options.
uniq no longer uses strcoll() to determine string equivalence,
and so will operate more efficiently and consistently.
* * New Features
ls now supports the --time=birth option to display and sort by
file creation time, where available.
od --skip-bytes now can use lseek even if the input is not a regular
file, greatly improving performance in some cases.
stat(1) supports a new --cached= option, used on systems with statx(2)
to control cache coherency of file system attributes,
useful on network file systems.
* * Improvements
stat and ls now use the statx() system call where available, which can
operate more efficiently by only retrieving requested attributes.
stat and tail now know about the "binderfs", "dma-buf-fs", "erofs",
"ppc-cmm-fs", and "z3fold" file systems.
stat -f -c%T now reports the file system type, and tail -f uses inotify.
* * Build-related
gzip-compressed tarballs are distributed once again
- Refresh patches:
* coreutils-disable_tests.patch
* coreutils-getaddrinfo.patch
* coreutils-i18n.patch
* coreutils-invalid-ids.patch
* coreutils-remove_hostname_documentation.patch
* coreutils-remove_kill_documentation.patch
* coreutils-skip-gnulib-test-tls.patch
* coreutils-tests-shorten-extreme-factor-tests.patch
- coreutils-i18n.patch:
* uniq: remove collation handling as required by newer POSIX; see
- coreutils-ls-restore-8.31-behavior-on-removed-dirs.patch:
* Add patch for 'ls' to restore 8.31 behavior on removed directories.
- coreutils.spec:
* Version: bump version.
* %check: re-enable regular 'make check' for non-multibuild package.
* reference the above new patch.
- coreutils.keyring:
* Update from upstream (Savannah).

==== gdbm ====
Subpackages: libgdbm6 libgdbm_compat4

- No longer recommend -lang: supplements are in use. Also add a
explicit %%{name] = %%{version} Provides to aid supplements to do
the right thing. We will lose the lang package Recommends for the
compat package, but normally nobody will have only the compat
package installed without the current package.

==== grub2 ====
Subpackages: grub2-i386-pc grub2-snapper-plugin grub2-x86_64-efi

- Backport to support searching for specific config files for netboot
* 0001-normal-Move-common-datetime-functions-out-of-the-nor.patch
* 0002-kern-Add-X-option-to-printf-functions.patch
* 0003-normal-main-Search-for-specific-config-files-for-net.patch
* 0004-datetime-Enable-the-datetime-module-for-the-emu-plat.patch
- move *.module files to separate -debug subpackage (boo#1166578)

==== installation-images-MicroOS ====
Version update (14.462 -> 14.463)

- merge gh#openSUSE/installation-images#367
- samba-libs needs libgnutls now
- 14.463

==== ldb ====
Version update (2.0.8 -> 2.1.1)

- Release ldb 2.1.1
+ Samba 4.11 and later give incorrect results for SCOPE_ONE
searches; (bso#14270).

==== nano ====
Version update (4.8 -> 4.9)

- GNU Nano 4.9:
* When justifying a selection, the new paragraph and the
succeeding one get the appropriate first-line indent
* Trying to justify an empty selection does not crash
* Redoing the insertion of an empty file does not crash
* DOS line endings in nanorc files are accepted
* Option --suspend / 'set suspend' has been renamed to
the more logical --suspendable / 'set suspendable'

==== python3 ====

- Update list of skipped tests for qemu linux-user build, test_setegid
(test.test_os.PosixUidGidTests) is confusing it

==== python3-base ====
Subpackages: libpython3_8-1_0

- Update list of skipped tests for qemu linux-user build, test_setegid
(test.test_os.PosixUidGidTests) is confusing it

==== rook ====
Version update (1.2.4+git9.gd747507e -> 1.2.6+git0.g99024013)

- Update to v1.2.6:
* Update default Ceph version to v14.2.8 (#4960)
* Fix for OSDs on PVCs that were crashing on Ceph v14.2.8 (#4960)
* Mount /udev so the osds can discover device info (#5001)
* Query for the labels in K8s 1.17 or newer for the
CRUSH hierarchy (#4989)
* Log a warning when useAllNodes is true, but nodes are defined in the
cluster CR

==== sssd ====
Version update (2.2.2 -> 2.2.3)
Subpackages: libsss_certmap0 libsss_idmap0 libsss_nss_idmap0 sssd-krb5-common

- Update to 2.2.3
* New features:
* allow_missing_name now treats empty strings the same as
missing names.
* "soft_ocsp" and "soft_crl" options have been added to make
the checks for revoked certificates more flexible if the
system is offline.
* Smart card authentication in polkit is now allowed by default.
* Fixes:
* Handling of FreeIPA users and groups containing ?@? sign now
* SSSD was unable to hande ldap_uri containing URIs with
different port numbers, which has been rectified.
- Add 0001-Fix-build-failure-against-samba-4.12.0rc1.patch

==== sysfsutils ====

- Update sysfsutils-fix-compiler-issues.patch in order to
fix boo#1166612.

==== talloc ====
Version update (2.3.0 -> 2.3.1)

- Upgrade to 2.3.1
+ Upgrade waf to 2.0.18 to fix a cross-compilation issue;
+ lib/talloc: clang: Fix 'Value stored during its initialization
is never read'.
+ Spelling fixes s/recieved/received/
+ talloc: ASAN fix for test_magic_protection.
+ talloc: ASAN fix for test_rusty
+ talloc: ASAN fix for test_pool_nest
+ talloc: ASAN fix for test_talloc_free_in_destructor
+ talloc: ASAN fix for test_realloc_on_destructor_parent

==== tdb ====
Version update (1.4.2 -> 1.4.3)

- Update to version 1.4.3
+ Upgrade waf to version 2.0.18 to fix a cross-compilation issue;
+ lib/tdb/docs/tracing.txt: typo fixes

==== tevent ====
Version update (0.10.1 -> 0.10.2)

- Update to version 0.10.2
+ Upgrade waf to version 2.0.18 to fix a cross-compilation issue;

==== toolbox ====
Version update (1.0+git20200217.cd18bfb -> 1.0+git20200324.dd047bc)

- Update to version 1.0+git20200324.dd047bc:
* fix entering a toolbox if something changed in /dev since creation

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