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From: Jesper Dangaard BrouerDate: 2015-02-09 13:55To: lvs-devel;
lvs-usersCC: brouer; netdev; linux-kernel; Ryan O'Hara; Julian Anastasov;
overcastsky.zhao; formorer; mt; logan; support; Daniel Borkmann; Wensong Zhang;
Simon Horman; Alex GartrellSubject: [ANNOUNCE] ipvsadm release v1.28
We are happy to announce the release of ipvsadm v1.28.
ipvsadm is a utility to administer the kernels IPVS/LVS load-balancer service
It has been quite a while since the previous release, v1.27. A number of
fixes and improvements have been made; most noticeably in the area of IPv6.
One big addition is the support for heterogeneous pools (v4 and v6
mixed pools in 3.18), by Alex Gartrell (facebook).
Feature wise the SCTP protocol has been added which is available via the
cmdline parameter "--sctp-service". The kernel has supported SCTP since
kernel 2.6.34 but up until now ipvsadm users have been restricted to using
fwmark-based virtual services for SCTP.
This release is based on the kernel.org git tree:
You can download the tarballs from:
Alex Gartrell (2):
ipvsadm: specify real server address family to netlink socket
ipvsadm: do not truncate ipv6 members of v4 services
Daniel Borkmann (2):
ipvsadm: fix compile warning in print_largenum
ipvsadm: fix compile warning in modprobe_ipvs
Hibari Michiro (1):
ipvsadm: enable displaying of IPv6 hostnames in listing
Jesper Dangaard Brouer (1):
Release: Version 1.28
Julian Anastasov (3):
ipvsadm: restrict different address family
ipvsadm: allow different address family in connection listing
ipvsadm: add SCTP support
Ryan O'Hara (2):
libipvs: Initialize ipvs_service_t variable
ipvsadm: Fix list daemon to show backup daemon
Jesper Dangaard Brouer
MSc.CS, Sr. Network Kernel Developer at Red Hat
Author of http://www.iptv-analyzer.org
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