[Opendnssec-user] signerd crash
sara at sinodun.com
Wed Sep 11 20:28:49 CEST 2013
On 4 Sep 2013, at 11:23, Sara Dickinson <sara at sinodun.com> wrote:
> On 4 Sep 2013, at 11:12, Göran Bengtson wrote:
>> I created a case (SUPPORT-75) this morning that looks as it may have
>> the same root cause. (ODS 1.3.14 in this case).
> Thanks Goran - I just spotted this. We will also try to get a 1.3.15rc1 out with this fix asap.
The 1.3.15rc1 release candidate was released today including the fix for this issue
> From: Sara Dickinson <sara at sinodun.com>
> Subject: [Opendnssec-maintainers] OpenDNSSEC 1.3.15 release candidate
> Date: 11 September 2013 19:26:23 BST
> To: "opendnssec-maintainers at lists.opendnssec.org" <opendnssec-maintainers at lists.opendnssec.org>
> Cc: Opd Dev <opendnssec-develop at lists.opendnssec.org>
> Version 1.3.15rc1 of OpenDNSSEC is now available. This is a release candidate for testing purposes:
> OpenDNSSEC 1.3.15rc1
> * SUPPORT-58: Extend ods-signer sign <zone> with --serial <nr> so that the user can specify the SOA serial to use in the signed zone [OPENDNSSEC-423].
> * OPENDNSSEC-428: Add option for 'ods-ksmutil key generate' to take total number of zones as a parameter
> * OPENDNSSEC-448: Signer Engine: Enhancements to signer debug locks.
> * SUPPORT-75: Signer Engine: Fix double free crash in case of HSM connection error during signing [OPENDNSSEC-452].
> * OPENDNSSEC-397: Change "hsmutil list" output so that the table header goes to stdout not stderr
> * OPENDNSSEC-438: 'ods-ksmutil key generate' and the enforcer can create too many keys for <SharedKeys/> policies when KSK and ZSK use same algorithm and length
> * OPENDNSSEC-445: ods-ksmutil: Clean up of hsm connection handling
> * http://dist.opendnssec.org/source/testing/opendnssec-1.3.15rc1.tar.gz
> * http://dist.opendnssec.org/source/testing/opendnssec-1.3.15rc1.tar.gz.sig
> * Checksum sha1: ee5f7b68968311104dbc1432470bc8ca920b8e7c
> * Checksum sah256: 5178e33bc17171f20ec0c26bd7240e8352b5a66f299bd771f8e2d07888cdb59a
> A full 1.3.15 release is planned for Wednesday 18th September.
> // OpenDNSSEC team
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