Fedora 22 Update: libteam-1.17-1.fc22

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Fedora Update Notification
FEDORA-2015-5419
2015-04-02 17:48:43
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Name        : libteam
Product     : Fedora 22
Version     : 1.17
Release     : 1.fc22
URL         : http://www.libteam.org
Summary     : Library for controlling team network device
Description :
This package contains a library which is a user-space
counterpart for team network driver. It provides an API
to control team network devices.

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Update Information:

- 1.17 release
- update copyright dates
- man: teamdctl: add entry for item set of debug_level
- teamd: lw: nsna_ping: fix na rx handling
- teamd: lw: arp_ping: fix arp rx handling
- libteam: ifinfo: fix rtnl dellink handling

- 1.16 release
- teamd: events: update ctx->hwaddr_len before calling hwaddr_changed handlers
- teamd: do not change ctx->hwaddr pointer
- teamd: lacp: change port mac address when team mac address is changed
- teamdctl: show port link down count in state output
- teamd: lw: count how many times has been the port down
- init unitialized value to 0/NULL to silence gcc warnings instead of x=x
- libteamdctl: rename recvmsg variable to recv_message
- teamd: check retval of malloc in lw_tipc_link_state_change
- teamd: fix potential memory leak in __set_sockaddr error path
- libteamdctl: fix typo in warning message in cli_zmq_recv
- libteam: check phys_port_id_len in update_phys_port_id
- teamnl: fix potential memory leak in run_cmd_getoptionckaddr error path
libteamdctl: fix typo in warning message in cli_zmq_recv
libteam: check phys_port_id_len in update_phys_port_id
teamnl: fix potential memory leak in run_cmd_getoption
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