Fedora 16 Update: autofs-5.0.6-7.fc16

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Fedora Update Notification
2012-08-10 22:08:11

Name        : autofs
Product     : Fedora 16
Version     : 5.0.6
Release     : 7.fc16
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:

- fix the fix ipv6 proximity calculation.
Fix IPv6 rpc and interface matching code.

* Fri Aug 10 2012 Ian Kent <ikent at redhat.com> - 1:5.0.6-7
- fix the fix ipv6 proximity calculation (bz711844).
* Thu Aug  9 2012 Ian Kent <ikent at redhat.com> - 1:5.0.6-6
- fix ipv6 name lookup check (bz711844).
- fix ipv6 rpc calls (bz711844).
- fix ipv6 configure check (bz711844).
- fix nfs4 contacts portmap (bz711844).
- fix ipv6 proximity calculation (bz711844).
* Mon Jan 23 2012 Ian Kent <ikent at redhat.com> - 1:5.0.6-5
- fix fix wait for master source mutex.
- fix improve mount location error reporting (bz783496).
* Fri Dec  2 2011 Ian Kent <ikent at redhat.com> - 1:5.0.6-4
- fix lsb service name in init script 2 (bz712504).
* Tue Nov  8 2011 Ian Kent <ikent at redhat.com> - 1:5.0.6-3
- improve mount location error reporting.
- fix paged query more results check.
- fix dumpmaps not reading maps.
- fix result null check in read_one_map().
- Fix LDAP result leaks on error paths.
- code analysis fixes 1.
- fix not bind mounting local filesystem.
- update dir map-type patch for changed patch order.
- fix wait for master source mutex.
- fix submount shutdown race
- fix fix map source check in file lookup.
- add disable move mount configure option.

  [ 1 ] Bug #711844 - cannot automount NFSv4 over IPv6

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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