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GlusterFS-3.4.7 Released

Gluster
2015-04-08

The Gluster community is please to announce the release of GlusterFS-3.4.7.

The GlusterFS 3.4.7 release is focused on bug fixes:

  • 33608f5 cluster/dht: Changed log level to DEBUG
  • 076143f protocol: Log ENODATA & ENOATTR at DEBUG in removexattr_cbk
  • a0aa6fb build: argp-standalone, conditional build and build with gcc-5
  • 35fdb73 api: versioned symbols in libgfapi.so for compatibility
  • 8bc612d cluster/dht: set op_errno correctly during migration.
  • 8635805 cluster/dht: Fixed double UNWIND in lookup everywhere code

GlusterFS 3.4.7 packages for a variety of popular distributions are available from http://download.gluster.org/pub/gluster/glusterfs/3.4/3.4.7/

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