Fedora 13 Update: autofs-5.0.5-28.fc13

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Fedora Update Notification
2010-08-27 06:12:45

Name        : autofs
Product     : Fedora 13
Version     : 5.0.5
Release     : 28.fc13
URL         : None
Summary     : A tool for automatically mounting and unmounting filesystems
Description :
autofs is a daemon which automatically mounts filesystems when you use
them, and unmounts them later when you are not using them.  This can
include network filesystems, CD-ROMs, floppies, and so forth.

Update Information:


* Fri Aug 27 2010 Ian Kent <ikent at redhat.com> - 1:5.0.5-28.fc13
- fix status privilege error (bz627605).
* Wed Aug 18 2010 Ian Kent <ikent at redhat.com> - 1:5.0.5-27.fc13
- fix restart not working (bz624694).
* Fri Jun 11 2010 Ian Kent <ikent at redhat.com> - 1:5.0.5-26.fc13
- remove URL tag as there is not official autofs wiki (bz529804).
- fix master map source server unavailable handling.
- add autofs_ldap_auth.conf man page.
- fix random selection for host on different network.
- make redhat init script more lsb compliant.
- don't hold lock for simple mounts.
- fix remount locking.
- fix wildcard map entry match.
- fix parse_sun() module init.
- dont check null cache on expire.
- fix null cache race.
- fix cache_init() on source re-read.
- fix mapent becomes negative during lookup.
- check each dc server individually.
- fix negative cache included map lookup.
- remove state machine timed wait.
* Mon May  3 2010 Ian Kent <ikent at redhat.com> - 1:5.0.5-25.fc13
- fix included map read fail handling again (bz540594).

  [ 1 ] Bug #624694 - restart autofs not working
  [ 2 ] Bug #627605 - insufficient privilege to check service status
  [ 3 ] Bug #623788 - Init script fails for restart if daemon is running.

This update can be installed with the "yum" update program.  Use 
su -c 'yum update autofs' at the command line.
For more information, refer to "Managing Software with yum",
available at http://docs.fedoraproject.org/yum/.

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