Fedora 16 Update: gfal2-2.1.1-0.fc16

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Fedora Update Notification
FEDORA-2013-0662
2013-01-12 14:05:08
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Name        : gfal2
Product     : Fedora 16
Version     : 2.1.1
Release     : 0.fc16
URL         : https://svnweb.cern.ch/trac/lcgutil/wiki/gfal2
Summary     : Grid file access library 2.0
Description :
GFAL 2.0 offers an a single and simple POSIX-like API
for the file operations in grids and cloud environments.
The set of supported protocols depends
of the gfal2 plugin install.

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Update Information:

Update 2.1.1 of GFAL 2.0
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ChangeLog:

* Thu Jan 10 2013 Adrien Devresse <adevress at cern.ch> - 2.1.1-0
- fix a minor memory issue with the gfal_transfer stack
 - fix a wrong error report problem with srm third party copy
* Wed Dec  5 2012 Adrien Devresse <adevress at cern.ch> - 2.1.0-2
- fix an issue this surl to turl resolution for SRM third party copy
* Fri Nov 30 2012 Adrien Devresse <adevress at cern.ch> - 2.1.0-0
- One-globus session system for gsiftp plugin ( FTS 3.0 need )
 - correct a major issue with the gass attribute system in gsiftp plugin
 - change the lfc set/get env var for a one compatible with set/get opt
 - add set/nb streams option for gsiftp
 - add the mkdir rec function for SRM transfer
 - correct an issue with opendir and srm_ls ( ENOTDIR error silent )
 - correct a memory leak in the cache system
 - correct timeout support for gsiftp transfer
 - implement tcp buffer size support for gsiftp layer
 - apply a correction on the SRM over-write logic, related to a BeStMan errcode problem on File Not Found with srmRm ( EOS )
 - apply a fix on the transfer gsiftp timeout ( protection against multiple cancel )
 - fix for SRM filesize problem ( defined to 0, workaround ) related to globus 426 error bad filesize
 - secure the callback system for globus gass timeout
 - base implementation of the http plugin
 - improve reliability of the bdii resolution
 - add a fallback mechanism in case of bdii bad resolution
 - correct several race conditions in the bdii layer
 - add thread safe support for set/get variables in liblfc
 - correct a deadlock problem with globus and gisftp plugin
 - implement the mkdir_rec logic for general purpose
 - implement the parent folder creation logic with gridftp
 - add support for lfc://host/path URL style for the lfc plugin
 - switch off_t to 64bits size by default ( _FILE_OFFSET_BITS=64)
 - provide a "nobdii" like option
 - provide the choice of turl protocol resolution for srm plugin
* Fri Jul 20 2012 Adrien Devresse <adevress at cern.ch> - 2.0.0-1
- Official initial release candidate of gfal 2.0
 - Transfer API is official
 - gridftp support for performance marker, checksum
 - gridftp support for gridftpv2, dcau param
 - SRM support for spacetoken in transfer
 - SRM abort auto-management
 - parallel operations in transfers
 - file protocol dedicated in a plugin
 - configuration file support
 - srm timeout support
 - general purpose checksum operation support
 - POSIX operation support for gridftp
 - cleaner plugin API
 - new documentation
 - I hope that you will enjoy gfal 2.0 :)
* Sat Jun 23 2012 Adrien Devresse <adevress at cern.ch> - 2.0.0-0.10.2012062323snap
- Snapshot of the 0.10 version for testing
* Fri Jun 15 2012 Adrien Devresse <adevress at cern.ch> - 2.0.0-0.9.2012061511snap
- Snapshot of the 0.9 version for testing
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This update can be installed with the "yum" update program.  Use 
su -c 'yum update gfal2' at the command line.
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available at http://docs.fedoraproject.org/yum/.

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