svn commit: r210406 - stable/8/release/doc/en_US.ISO8859-1/relnotes

Hiroki Sato hrs at
Fri Jul 23 09:01:13 UTC 2010

Author: hrs
Date: Fri Jul 23 09:01:12 2010
New Revision: 210406

  New relnotes item:
          ddb(4) show ifnets/ifnet/lltables/lltable/llentry,
          ddb(4) show vnet_sysinit/vnet_sysuninit,
          UltraSPARC IV/IV+ support [sparc64],
          if_bridge(4) MTU handling fix,
          bwn(4) added,
          em(4) 7.0.0,
          igb(4) 1.9.3,
          ixgbe(4) 2.1.7,
          msk(4) interrupt moderation,
          mxge(4) 1.4.50 firmware,
          re(4) performance fix,
          run(4) added,
          sge(4) added,
          flowtable IPv6 support,
          LINKSTATE capability flag added to ifnet,
          ipfw(4) improvements: ipfw0, IPv6 support of "me", IPv6 keep-alive fix,
                  lookup match option, ip.fw.one_pass fix,
          memory alignment issue in ng_ppp and ng_ksocket fixed,
          tap(4) now supports link state report,
          more drivers to IFCAP_VLAN_HWTSO support list,
          cam(3) ATA transport PUIS support,
          glabel(8) per-FS enable/disable knobs,
          gmultipath(8) destroy, rotate, getactive commands,
          gsched(8) added,
          msdosfs(5) MPSAFE,
          UFS NFSv4 ACL support,
          chgrp(1) and chown(8) -x flag support,
          fnmatch(3) bug fix,
          indent(1) -ta flag support,
          libz optimization on i386/amd64,
          netstat(1) -f netgraph bug fix,
          /tmp/.snap now in $daily_clean_tmps_ignore used in periodic(8) script,
          sed(1) -r flag (equivalent to -E) added,
          db(3) style database of /etc/services added,
          rc.d/ip6fw deprecated and integrated into rc.d/ipfw,
          rc.c/tmp now uses a unique dirname for /tmp/.diskless,
          rc.d/ubthidhci added,
          ACPI-CA 20100304,
          ISC BIND 9.6.2-P1,
          netcat 4.7,
          OpenSSH 5.4p1, and


Modified: stable/8/release/doc/en_US.ISO8859-1/relnotes/article.sgml
--- stable/8/release/doc/en_US.ISO8859-1/relnotes/article.sgml	Fri Jul 23 08:23:30 2010	(r210405)
+++ stable/8/release/doc/en_US.ISO8859-1/relnotes/article.sgml	Fri Jul 23 09:01:12 2010	(r210406)
@@ -201,6 +201,21 @@
+      <para>The &man.ddb.4; now supports <command>show
+	  ifnets</command> and <command>show ifnet <replaceable>struct
+	    ifnet *</replaceable></command> commands to print a list of
+	<quote>ifnet *</quote> of each virtual network stack and
+	fields of specified <varname>fip</varname>,
+	respectively.</para>
+      <para>The &man.ddb.4; now supports <command>show all
+	  lltables</command>, <command>show lltable
+	  <replaceable>struct lltable *</replaceable></command>, and
+	  <command>show llentry <replaceable>struct llentry
+	    *</replaceable></command> commands to print a list of
+	<quote>lltable *</quote> of each virtual network stack,
+	fields of specified structures respectively.</para>
       <para>The <command>show mount</command> command in the
 	&man.ddb.4; debugger now prints active string mount
@@ -210,6 +225,11 @@
 	distinctive <varname>curvnet</varname> recursion
+      <para>The &man.ddb.4; now supports <command>show
+	  vnet_sysinit</command> and <command>show
+	  vnet_unsysinit</command> commands to print
+	ordered call lists.</para>
       <para>The default &man.devfs.5; rules now expose the upper 256
 	of &man.pty.4; device nodes.</para>
@@ -257,12 +277,15 @@
 	<filename>GENERIC</filename> kernel by default.</para>
       <para>New SDT (Statically Defined Tracing) probes such as ones
-	for opencrypto have been added to &os; &man.dtrace.1;
-	subsystem.</para>
+	for <literal>opencrypto</literal> and <literal>vnet</literal>
+	have been added to &os; &man.dtrace.1; subsystem.</para>
       <para arch="powerpc">&os; now supports SMP in PowerPC G5
-	systems.  Note that SMP support is disabled by default in
-	<filename>GENERIC</filename> kernel.</para>
+	systems.  Note that SMP support on &os;/&arch.powerpc; is
+	disabled by default in <filename>GENERIC</filename>
+	kernel.</para>
+      <para arch="sparc64">&os; now supports UltraSPARC IV and IV+.</para>
       <para>A bug in the &man.tty.4; driver that
 	<varname>TIOCSTI</varname> did not work has been fixed.  This
@@ -444,12 +467,32 @@
 	    enabled TSO on BCM5754/BCM5754M controllers has been
+	  <para>A bug in the &man.if.bridge.4; driver has been fixed.
+	    The MTU was set based on the firstly-added member even if
+	    the addition failed.</para>
+	  <para>The &man.if.bridge.4; driver now supports
+	    <varname>SIOCSIFMTU</varname> ioctl.  For example,
+	    <command>ifconfig bridge0 mtu 1280</command> can change
+	    the MTU of <literal>bridge0</literal> to
+	    <literal>1280</literal>.  Changing the MTU is allowed only
+	    when all members have the same MTU value.</para>
+          <para>The &man.bwn.4; driver for Broadcom BCM43xx chipsets
+	    has been added.</para>
           <para>The &man.cxgb.4; driver has been updated to T3
 	    firmware 7.8.0.</para>
           <para>The et(4) driver now supports MSI and Tx checksum
 	    offloading of IPv4, TCP, and UDP.</para>
+          <para>The &man.em.4; driver has been updated to version
+	    7.0.0.</para>
+          <para>The &man.igb.4; driver has been updated to version
+	    1.9.3.</para>
           <para>The &man.iwn.4; driver has been updated.  This
 	    includes various improvements and bugfixes regarding RF
 	    switch, bgscan support, suspend/resume support, locking
@@ -457,16 +500,49 @@
 	    in the kernel configuration file will include all firmware
-          <para>The &man.msk.4; driver now supports Marvell Yukon
-	    88E8042, 88E8057 devices and DGE-560SX (Yukon XL).</para>
+          <para>The &man.ixgbe.4; driver has been updated to version
+	    2.1.7.</para>
+          <para>The &man.msk.4; driver has been improved:</para>
+	  <itemizedlist>
+	    <listitem>
+	      <para>It now supports Marvell Yukon 88E8042, 88E8057
+		devices and DGE-560SX (Yukon XL).</para>
+	    </listitem>
+	    <listitem>
+	      <para>A rudimentary interrupt moderation with
+		programmable countdown timer register has been
+		implemented.  The default parameter of the holdoff
+		time is 100us and this can be changed via sysctl
+		variable
+		<varname>dev.mskc.<replaceable>0</replaceable>.int_holdoff</varname>.
+		Note that the interrupt moderation is shared resource
+		on a dual-port controllers and it is impossible to use
+		separate interrupt moderation values for each
+		port.</para>
+	    </listitem>
+	  </itemizedlist>
           <para>The &man.mxge.4; driver has been updated to firmware
-	    1.4.48b.</para>
+	    version 1.4.50.</para>
           <para>The &; driver no longer performs an
 	    unnecessary interface up/down during getting IP address
 	    via DHCP.</para>
+          <para>The &; driver now uses <literal>2048</literal>
+	    as PCIe Maximuim Read Request Size.  This improves bulk
+	    transfer performance.</para>
+          <para>The &; driver for Ralink
+	    RT2700U/RT2800U/RT3000U USB 802.11agn devices has been
+	    added.</para>
+          <para>The sge(4) driver for Silicon Integrated Systems
+	    SiS190/191 Fast/Gigabit Ethernet has been added.</para>
           <para>The &man.ste.4; driver has been improved:</para>
@@ -551,6 +627,19 @@
+        <para>&os; flowtable now supports IPv6.  This is for per-CPU
+	  caching flows as a means of accelerating L3 and L2 lookups
+	  as well as providing stateful load balancing when ECMP
+	  (Equal-Cost Multi-Path routing) is enabled by <option>option
+	  RADIX_MPATH</option>.</para>
+	<para>A new capability flag <literal>LINKSTATE</literal> has
+	  been added to <varname>struct
+	  ifnet.if_capabilities</varname>.  This indicates if the
+	  interface can check the link state or not.  The
+	  &man.ifconfig.8; utility now shows this flag if
+	  supported.</para>
         <para>IPcomp (IP Payload Compression Protocol defined in RFC
 	  2393) protocol is now enabled by default.  Note that this
 	  requires <option>option IPSEC</option> in the kernel
@@ -559,9 +648,71 @@
 	  using a sysctl variable
-	<para>A bug in the &man.ipfw.4; subsystem that
-	  <command>keep-alive</command> rule did not work for IPv6
-	  packets has been fixed.</para>
+	<para>The &man.ipfw.4; subsystem including &man.dummynet.4;
+	  has been updated to <quote>ipfw3</quote> and various bugs
+	  have been fixed:</para>
+	<itemizedlist>
+	  <listitem>
+	    <para>The major enhancement is a completely restructured
+	      version of &man.dummynet.4;, with support for different
+	      packet scheduling algorithms (loadable at runtime),
+	      faster queue/pipe lookup, and a much cleaner internal
+	      architecture and kernel/userland ABI which simplifies
+	      future extensions.</para>
+	  </listitem>
+	  <listitem>
+	    <para>All of O(N) sequences in the firewall rule
+	      evaluation removed from the kernel critical sections.
+	      The worst case is now O(log N).</para>
+	  </listitem>
+	  <listitem>
+	    <para>It now supports <literal>ipfw0</literal> pseudo
+	      interface for logging similar to &man.pflog.4;.  A sysctl
+	      <varname>net.inet.ip.fw.verbose=0</varname> enables logging
+	      to <literal>ipfw0</literal>, and
+	      <varname>net.inet.ip.fw.verbose=1</varname> sends logging to
+	      &man.syslog.3; as before.</para>
+	  </listitem>
+	  <listitem>
+	    <para>The <literal>me</literal> keyword in the &man.ipfw.4;
+	      rule now matches any IPv6 addresses configured on an
+	      interface as well as IPv4 ones.</para>
+	  </listitem>
+	  <listitem>
+	    <para>A bug that <command>keep-alive</command> rule did
+	      not work for IPv6 packets has been fixed.</para>
+	  </listitem>
+	  <listitem>
+	    <para>The <literal>lookup</literal> match option has been added.</para>
+	    <programlisting>lookup {dst-ip|src-ip|dst-port|src-port|uid|jail} <replaceable>N</replaceable></programlisting>
+	    <para>This searches the specified field in table
+	      <replaceable>N</replaceable> and sets
+	      <literal>tablearg</literal> accordingly.  With
+	      <literal>dst-ip</literal> or <literal>src-ip</literal>
+	      the option replicates two existing options.  When used
+	      with other arguments, the option can be useful to
+	      quickly dispatch traffic based on other fields.</para>
+	  </listitem>
+	  <listitem>
+	    <para>A bug in the &man.sysctl.8; variable
+	      <varname>ip.fw.one_pass</varname> handling has been
+	      fixed.  A packet which comes from a pipe without being
+	      delayed incorrectly ignored this variable.</para>
+	  </listitem>
+	</itemizedlist>
+	<para>A memory alignment issue in the &; and
+	  &;, Netgraph node drivers have been fixed.  This
+	  fixes kernel panics due to the misalightment.</para>
 	<para>The &; subsystem now supports
 	  <literal>sloppy</literal> keyword to enable a TCP state
@@ -576,14 +727,20 @@
 	<para>A bug that proxy ARP entries cannot be added over
 	  point-to-point link types has been fixed.</para>
+        <para>The &man.tap.4; pseudo interface now reports the link
+	  state properly by updating <varname>if_link_state</varname>
+	  variable in the kernel.</para>
         <para>The &man.vlan.4; pseudo interface has been added to
 	  <filename>GENERIC</filename> kernel.</para>
         <para>The &man.vlan.4; pseudo interface now supports TSO (TCP
 	  Segmentation Offloading).  The capability flag is named as
 	  <varname>IFCAP_VLAN_HWTSO</varname> and it is separated from
-	  <varname>IFCAP_VLAN_HWTAGGING</varname>.  The &man.mxge.4;
-	  driver supports this feature.</para>
+	  <varname>IFCAP_VLAN_HWTAGGING</varname>.  The &man.age.4;,
+	  &man.alc.4;, &man.bce.4;, &man.bge.4;, &man.cxgb.4;, &man.jme.4;,
+	  &;, and &man.mxge.4; driver support this
+	  feature.</para>
         <para>The &man.vlan.4; pseudo interface for IEEE 802.1Q VLAN
 	  now ignore renaming of the parent's interface name.  The
@@ -595,8 +752,6 @@
       <sect3 id="disks">
 	<title>Disks and Storage</title>
-        <para></para>
         <para>The &man.ada.4; driver now supports
 	  <varname>BIO_DELETE</varname>.  For SSDs this uses
 	  <literal>TRIM</literal> feature of <literal>DATA SET
@@ -634,13 +789,6 @@
         <para>A bug in the &man.ata.4; driver which can lead to
 	  interrupt storms and command timeouts has been fixed.</para>
-        <para>The &man.ata.4; driver now supports Power-Up In Stand-by
-	  (PUIS).  The PUIS is a configudation of SATA or PATA drives
-	  to prevent them from automatic spin-up when power is
-	  applied.  This feature can be controled via &;
-	  framework (a typical application is staggered
-	  spin-up).</para>
         <para>USB mass storage device support in the &man.ata.4;
 	  driver has been removed.  Note that this was not used in
 	  <filename>GENERIC</filename> kernel and the &man.umass.4;
@@ -673,12 +821,34 @@
+        <para>The &; ATA transport layer now supports
+	  Power-Up In Stand-by (PUIS).  The PUIS is a configuration of
+	  SATA or PATA drives to prevent them from automatic spin-up
+	  when power is applied.  A typical application is staggered
+	  spin-up.</para>
 	<para>A livelock issue of the &man.ciss.4; driver under a high
 	  load has been fixed.</para>
         <para>A bug in the &man.fdc.4; driver which prevents the
 	  kernel module from unloading has been fixed.</para>
+	<para>The &man.glabel.8; now supports the following sysctl
+	  variables for each label type to enable the labeling itself:</para>
+	  <programlisting>kern.geom.label.ext2fs.enable
+	<para>Note that all of them are also loader tunables.  They
+	  are enabled (set as <literal>1</literal>) by default.</para>
         <para>&man.geom.8; providers including complex ones such as
 	  &man.gconcat.8;, &man.gmirror.8;, &man.graid3.8,
 	  &man.gstripe.8;, and some hardware RAID device drivers like
@@ -714,7 +884,8 @@
 	<para>The &man.gmultipath.8; utility now supports
-	  <command>destroy</command> command.</para>
+	  <command>destroy</command>, <command>rotate</command>,
+	  <command>getactive</command> commands.</para>
 	<para>A bug in the &man.graid3.8; which causes a panic when a
 	  large request arrives has been fixed.  This happens when
@@ -723,6 +894,48 @@
         <para>The default block size of &man.gstripe.8; has been
 	  increased from 4k to 64k.</para>
+	<para>The <literal>GEOM_SCHED</literal> module has been added.
+	  This supports scheduling disk I/O requests in a device
+	  independent manner.  A supported algorithm is an
+	  anticipatory scheduler <literal>gsched_rr</literal> which
+	  gives very nice performance improvements in presence of
+	  competing random access patterns.  See also &man.gsched.8;
+	  manual page for more details.</para>
+        <para>The HAST (Highly Avalable STorage) franework has been
+	  added:</para>
+	<itemizedlist>
+	  <listitem>
+	    <para>This is a framework to allow transparently storing
+	      data on two physically separated machines connected over
+	      the TCP/IP network.  HAST works in Primary-Secondary
+	      (Master-Backup, Master-Slave) configuration, which means
+	      that only one of the cluster nodes can be active at any
+	      given time.  Only Primary node is able to handle I/O
+	      requests to HAST-managed devices. Currently HAST is
+	      limited to two cluster nodes in total.</para>
+	  </listitem>
+	  <listitem>
+	    <para>This operates on block level; it provides disk-like
+	      devices in <filename>/dev/hast/</filename> directory for
+	      use by file systems and/or applications.  Working on
+	      block level makes it transparent for file systems and
+	      applications.  There in no difference between using
+	      HAST-provided device and raw disk, partition, etc.  All
+	      of them are just regular &man.geom.8; providers in
+	      &os;.</para>
+	  </listitem>
+	  <listitem>
+	    <para>The userland part consists of &man.hastd.8;,
+	      &man.hastctl.8;, and &man.hast.conf.5;.  More datails
+	      can be found at <ulink
+		url=""></ulink>.</para>
+	  </listitem>
+	</itemizedlist>
         <para>The &man.isp.4; driver has been improved in
@@ -734,6 +947,10 @@
       <sect3 id="fs">
 	<title>File Systems</title>
+	<para>The &man.msdosfs.5; subsystem is now MP-safe and a race
+	  condition when a force unmount happens has been
+	  fixed.</para>
 	<para>&os; NFS subsystem now supports a timeout for the
 	  negative name cache entries in the client.  This avoids a
 	  bogus negative name cache entry from persisting forever when
@@ -759,6 +976,9 @@
 	  than 2^32 inodes by cutting back on the number of inodes per
 	  cylinder group if necessary to stay under the limit.</para>
+	<para>The UFS file system (&man.ffs.7;) now supports NFSv4
+	  ACL.</para>
         <para>&os; &man.VFS.9; subsystem now supports a new sysctl
 	   variable <varname>vfs.vlru_allow_cache_src</varname>.  This
 	   allow <filename>vnlru</filename> kernel thread to reclaim
@@ -796,8 +1016,13 @@
 	<command>identify</command>.  It displays whole of identify
 	data block.</para>
+      <para>The &man.chgrp.1; and &man.chown.8; now support a
+	<option>-x</option> flag to make it not traverse across
+	multiple mount points for the recursive operation.</para>
       <para>The &man.cp.1; now supports a <option>-x</option> flag to
-	make it not traverse across multiple mount points.</para>
+	make it not traverse across multiple mount points for the
+	recursive operation.</para>
       <para>The &man.cp.1;, &man.find.1;, &man.getfacl.1;, &;,
 	and &man.setfacl.1; utilities now support NFSv4 ACL.</para>
@@ -822,6 +1047,11 @@
 	<option>-newerXB</option> was interpreted as the same as
+      <para>A bug in the &man.fnmatch.3; function has been fixed.  The
+	flag <varname>FNM_PERIOD</varname> did not work correctly when
+	<literal>*</literal> characters were included in the string
+	and <varname>FNM_PATHNAME</varname> was specified.</para>
       <para>A bug in the &man.fsck.ffs.8; utility which causes the
 	last cylinder group of a UFS1 file system is always reported
 	as broken even after it is fixed.</para>
@@ -838,12 +1068,27 @@
 	description <replaceable>value</replaceable> to the specified
+      <para>The &man.indent.1; utility now supports a
+	<option>-ta</option> flag to treat all
+	<literal>_t</literal>-suffixed identifiers as types.</para>
+      <para arch="amd64,i386">The <filename>libz</filename> library
+	has been improved in performance.  For &os/&arch.i386;, note
+	that this improvement uses instructions only on i686-class CPU
+	and they are disabled by default.  Specifying
+	<literal>CPUTYPE=pentium4</literal> in
+	<filename>/etc/make.conf</filename> enables them.</para>
       <para>The &man.mount.nfs.8; utility now supports
 	notation in addition to the existing one.  This allows IPv6
 	address in the address field, and a path including
 	<quote><literal>:</literal></quote> to be mounted.</para>
+      <para>A bug in the &man.netstat.1; utility that prevents
+	<command>netstat -f netgraph</command> from working has been
+	fixed.</para>
       <para>The &man.netstat.1; utility now supports ARP information
 	in statistics shown by the <option>-s</option> flag.</para>
@@ -859,6 +1104,11 @@
       <para>The &man.ntpd.8; program no longer tries to bind to an
 	IPv6 anycast address.</para>
+      <para>A variable <varname>daily_clean_tmps_ignore</varname>
+	which is used in the &man.periodic.8; daily script now has
+	<filename>/tmp/.snap</filename>.  This prevents
+	<filename>/tmp/.snap</filename> from being removed.</para>
       <para>The &man.procstat.1; utility now supports two new flags
 	<option>-i</option> and <option>-j</option> to display
 	information about signal disposition and pending/blocked
@@ -881,6 +1131,22 @@
 	been updated to conform POSIX.1-2008 (IEEE Std
+      <para>The &man.sed.1; utility now supports a <option>-r</option>
+	flag which means exactly the same as a <option>-E</option>
+	flag.  This is for compatibility with the GNU version.</para>
+      <para>The service name database &; (usually in
+	<filename>/etc/services</filename>) now also supports a
+	&man.db.3; style database for better lookup performance.  The
+	following entry in <filename>/etc/nsswitch.conf</filename>
+	enables use of the binary database file:</para>
+      <programlisting>services: db</programlisting>
+      <para>Note that the &man.db.3; style database can be created by
+	&; at
+	<filename>/var/db/service.db</filename>.</para>
       <para>The &man.sighold.2;, &man.sigignore.2;, &man.sigpause.2;,
 	&man.sigrelse.2;, and &man.sigset.2; functions have been
 	implemented for making porting software from System V-like
@@ -944,16 +1210,40 @@
 	  provides an easy command-line interface to the
 	  <filename>rc.d</filename> system.</para>
+        <para>The <filename>rc.d/ipfw</filename> script and
+	  <filename>/etc/rc.firewall</filename> now supports IPv6 and
+	  <filename>rc.d/ip6fw</filename> script and
+	  <filename>/etc/rc.firewall6</filename> are obsolete.  Note
+	  that <varname>ipv6_firewall_*</varname> variables in
+	  &man.rc.conf.5; are replaced with
+	  <varname>firewall_client_net_ipv6</varname>,
+	  <varname>firewall_simple_iif_ipv6</varname>,
+	  <varname>firewall_simple_inet_ipv6</varname>,
+	  <varname>firewall_simple_oif_ipv6</varname>,
+	  <varname>firewall_simple_onet_ipv6</varname>.</para>
         <para>A new <filename>rc.d</filename> script
-	  <filename>rtsold</filename> has been added.  This handles
+	  <filename>rc.d/rtsold</filename> has been added.  This handles
 	  &man.rtsold.8; daemon.</para>
         <para>A new <filename>rc.d</filename> script
-	  <filename>static_arp</filename> has been added.  This allows
+	  <filename>rc.d/static_arp</filename> has been added.  This allows
 	  the administrator to statically define mappings of MAC
 	  address to IPv4 at boot time.  See also the &man.rc.conf.5;
 	  manual page for more details.</para>
+        <para>The <filename>rc.d/tmp</filename> script now uses a
+	  unique directory name prefixed with
+	  <filename>/tmp/.diskless</filename> instead of
+	  <filename>/tmp/.diskless</filename> itself.  This fixes an
+	  issue when <filename>/tmp/.diskless</filename> exists before
+	  the script runs.</para>
+        <para>A new <filename>rc.d</filename> script
+	  <filename>rc.d/ubthidhci</filename> has been added.  This
+	  small script calls &man.usbconfig.8; to change a USB
+	  Bluetooth controller from HID mode to HCI mode.</para>
         <para>The &man.rc.conf.5; now supports a
 	  <varname>firewall_coscripts</varname> variable.  This should
 	  contain a list of commands which should be excuted after
@@ -981,22 +1271,25 @@
       <para>The <application>ACPI-CA</application> has been updated to
-	20100121.</para>
+	20100304.</para>
       <para>The <application>awk</application> has been updated from
 	the 23 October 2007 release to the 26 November 2009 release.</para>
       <para><application>ISC BIND</application> has been updated to
-	version 9.6.1-P3.</para>
+	version 9.6.2-P1.</para>
       <para><application>netcat</application> has been updated to
-	version 4.6.</para>
+	version 4.7.</para>
+      <para><application>OpenSSH</application> has been updated from
+	version 5.1p1 to version 5.4p1.</para>
       <para><application>sendmail</application> has been updated to
 	version 8.14.4.</para>
       <para>The timezone database has been updated to the
-	<application>tzdata2010e</application> release.</para>
+	<application>tzdata2010i</application> release.</para>
       <para role="8.0">The <application>ee</application> (easy editor) has
@@ -1045,9 +1338,6 @@
       <para role="7.1"><application>OpenPAM</application> has been updated from the
 	Figwort release to the Hydrangea release.</para>
-      <para role="7.1"><application>OpenSSH</application> has been updated from
-	version 4.5p1 to version 5.1p1.</para>
       <para role="7.1">The &man.resolver.3; library has been updated to
 	one of <application>ISC BIND</application> 9.4.3.</para>

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