Fedora 17 Update: vdsm-4.10.0-7.fc17

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Fedora Update Notification
2012-08-17 23:14:48

Name        : vdsm
Product     : Fedora 17
Version     : 4.10.0
Release     : 7.fc17
URL         : http://www.ovirt.org/wiki/Vdsm
Summary     : Virtual Desktop Server Manager
Description :
The VDSM service is required by a Virtualization Manager to manage the
Linux hosts. VDSM manages and monitors the host's storage, memory and
networks as well as virtual machine creation, other host administration
tasks, statistics gathering, and log collection.

Update Information:

oVirt 3.1 updates and realease all the hooks

* Wed Aug  1 2012 Federico Simoncelli <fsimonce at redhat.com> 4.10.0-6.fc17
- BZ#842948: deployUtil - safely remove bridge
* Tue Jul 17 2012 Federico Simoncelli <fsimonce at redhat.com> 4.10.0-5.fc17
- configNet: atomicBackup: remove new files upon restore
- configNet: clear up atomicBackup arg
- Remove redundant 'explicitBonding' parameter from setupNetworks
- BZ#837054 - Do not detach network from the bond during bond resize
- BZ#836954 - Allow to break bond and create a new network on its interface in single action.
- BZ#837443: remove bridge before add VDSM bridge
- BZ#837443: removeVlan() drop/remove interface
- configNetwork: fix NetInfo call
- BZ#837443: replace the netinfo import
- BZ#837443: removeBridge() drop/remove interface
- ovirt_functions: fix elif statement
- BZ#838097 _addNetworkValidation: do not explode if STP/DNS1 option passed
- BZ#832199: move selinux from init to spec
- bump libvirt version to fix readonly lease unsupported issue
* Fri Jun 29 2012 Federico Simoncelli <fsimonce at redhat.com> 4.10.0-4.fc17
- deployUtil: use os.uname instead of /bin/uname
- deployUtil: slightly saner kernel version comparison
- BZ#835784 - Allow to create a network on top of existing bond in additional
  to create a new bond and network
- BZ#833119 - Allow to create VLANed network on top of existing bond
- BZ#833803 - Avoid bond breaking after network detach
- Handle bond properly if connectivity check fail.
- BZ#806555 having /etc/ovirt-node-* means it is a node
* Tue Jun 26 2012 Federico Simoncelli <fsimonce at redhat.com> 4.10.0-3.fc17
- BZ#832577: node can't be approved
- BZ#824298 fix typo in keyword argument exc_info
* Wed Jun 20 2012 Federico Simoncelli <fsimonce at redhat.com> 4.10.0-2.fc17
- deployUtil.yumFind: rename and simplify semantics
- drop deployUtil.yumSearch
- deployUtil.yumSearchVersion: compare versions sanely
- Iterates over delete candidates networks only once
- 'options' translation in setupNetworks is not relevant
- Minor optimization for delNetwork
- Don't ignore bridgeless networks in ifaceUsers
- Minor optimization for addNetwork
- Use already known iface in addNetwork
- Use proper MTU on bonding when add network
- Add bridge on top of VLAN if exists
- BZ#830485 - Add netConfigDirty bit to getVdsCaps report
- remove flag skipLibvirt
- BZ#826873 - Allow to change bond without network attached to it
- BZ#830486 - Allow to change network according the diffs from previous state
- BZ#826467 - Allow to remove bond and attach network to NIC
- Related to BZ#826873 - Allow to create bond without network
* Mon Jun 11 2012 Federico Simoncelli <fsimonce at redhat.com> 4.10.0-1.fc17
- vdsm-4.10.0
* Mon Jun  4 2012 Federico Simoncelli <fsimonce at redhat.com> 4.9.6-2.gite952471.fc17
- BZ#822158 Report version-release in a short format
* Mon Jun  4 2012 Federico Simoncelli <fsimonce at redhat.com> 4.9.6-1.gite952471.fc17
- vdsm-4.9.6-ge952471
* Mon May 28 2012 Federico Simoncelli <fsimonce at redhat.com> 4.9.6-0.git1b07249.fc16
- vdsm-4.9.6-g1b07249
* Tue Feb 28 2012 Dan Kenigsberg <danken at redhat.com> - 4.9.4-0.gb3642e5.fc17
- vdsm-4.9.4-0.gb3642e5

  [ 1 ] Bug #842948 - oVirt 3.1 - breth0 still available after registration and manual reboot

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

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