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{{Release|2.9|12 Dec 2016|Silk Tit}}
 
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=== New features ===
 
=== New features ===
 
* CRIU can now be built with clang on all supported architectures
 
* CRIU can now be built with clang on all supported architectures
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* Ignore missing sysctls on restore with {{Opt|--weak-sysctl}}
  
 
=== Optimizations/improvements ===
 
=== Optimizations/improvements ===
 
* Batch restore of memory contents from pages.img files
 
* Batch restore of memory contents from pages.img files
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* Link-remap type for [[invisible files]] is explicit in images
  
 
=== Fixes ===
 
=== Fixes ===
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* Empty unixsk.img file appeared when dumping tasks with '''no''' unix sockets
 
* Empty unixsk.img file appeared when dumping tasks with '''no''' unix sockets
 
* Install procedure wasn't PEP-394 compliant
 
* Install procedure wasn't PEP-394 compliant
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* CRIU blocking netfilter rules were added at the tail of the chain resulting in unlocked TCP connections
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* Dump/Restore spurious failures when open() returned 0 descriptor

Revision as of 21:09, 5 December 2016

Tarball: criu-2.9.tar.bz2
Version: 2.9 "Silk Tit"
Released: 12 Dec 2016
GIT tag: v2.9

0bfa6a6cc1c8d2541014165ae9f52bd5feabd3fd

New features

  • CRIU can now be built with clang on all supported architectures
  • Ignore missing sysctls on restore with --weak-sysctl

Optimizations/improvements

  • Batch restore of memory contents from pages.img files
  • Link-remap type for invisible files is explicit in images

Fixes

  • C/R with --empty-ns still handled iptables configuration
  • SCM messages inside UNIX socket got lost after C/R (now dump aborted)
  • Empty unixsk.img file appeared when dumping tasks with no unix sockets
  • Install procedure wasn't PEP-394 compliant
  • CRIU blocking netfilter rules were added at the tail of the chain resulting in unlocked TCP connections
  • Dump/Restore spurious failures when open() returned 0 descriptor