389 Directory Server 2.1.3
The 389 Directory Server team is proud to announce 389-ds-base version 2.1.3
Fedora packages are available on Fedora 36
https://bodhi.fedoraproject.org/updates/FEDORA-2022-e9b27d8c48 - Bodhi
The new packages and versions are:
Source tarballs are available for download at Download 389-ds-base Source
Highlights in 2.1.3
- Bug fixes
- Transition from BDB(libdb) to LMDB begun. BDB is still the default backend, but it can be changed to LMDB for early testing.
Installation and Upgrade
See Download for information about setting up your yum repositories.
To install the server use dnf install 389-ds-base
To install the Cockpit UI plugin use dnf install cockpit-389-ds
After rpm install completes, run dscreate interactive
For upgrades, simply install the package. There are no further steps required.
There are no upgrade steps besides installing the new rpms
See Install_Guide for more information about the initial installation and setup
See Source for information about source tarballs and SCM (git) access.
We are very interested in your feedback!
Please provide feedback and comments to the 389-users mailing list: https://lists.fedoraproject.org/admin/lists/389-users.lists.fedoraproject.org
If you find a bug, or would like to see a new feature, file it in our GitHub project: https://github.com/389ds/389-ds-base
- Bump version to 2.1.3
- Issue 5221 - fix covscan (#5359)
- Issue 5353 - CLI - dsconf backend export breaks with multiple backends
- Issue 5345 - BUG - openldap migration fails when ppolicy is active (#5347)
- Issue 5323 - BUG - improve skipping of monitor db (#5340)
- Issue 5323 - BUG - Fix issue in mdb tests with monitor (#5326)
- Issue 5329 - Improve replication extended op logging
- Issue 5343 - Various improvements to winsync
- Issue 4932 - CLI - add parser aliases to long arg names
- Issue 5332 - BUG - normalise filter as intended
- Issue 5126 - Memory leak in slapi_ldap_get_lderrno (#5153)
- Issue 5311 - Missing Requires for acl in the spec file
- Issue 5333 - 389-ds-base fails to build with Python 3.11
-- Directory Server Development Team
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