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Fri, 3 Feb 2006
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quagga net files touched by this commit  An older version of this port was marked as vulnerable. Free RIPv1, RIPv2, OSPFv2, BGP4, IS-IS route software
- Update to 0.99.3
- Fix build on 4.11 by sem@ (files/patch-lib-buffer.c

Some known problems outstanding:

- bgpd: prefix counts can get a bit screwy after clears/resets
   this is mostly cosmetic *unless* you use max-prefix counts.
- bgpd: There is a memory leak if 'set community' is used in
  route-maps. This is present in 0.98 too. See bugzilla #89.
- ospfd: 'default-originate always' loses the 'always' qualifier.

Some regressions fixed in 0.99.3:

- bgpd: workqueues were too conservative and could backlog under load
 (e.g. continual session up then reset), eventually leading to OOM.
- ospfd: crash on startup (and only startup) if redistribute was
  enabled fixed.
- bgpd: SEGV in bgp_aspath.c fixed.
- bgpd: memory leak in bgp_aspath.c fixed
- ospfd: oversize LSA support was not functional, fixed.
- ospfd: leak of connected struct fixed
- ospfd: NSM problems fixed, see bug #234
- vtysh: integrated config file reading should work again.
- zserv: flags above 32bits should make it across to daemons now
   (affecting Solaris and IFF_NOXMIT and IFF_VIRTUAL)
- ripd: MD5 auth verification fixed.

The full changelog is available at:

PR:             ports/92524
Submitted by:   Boris Kovalenko <> (maintainer)

Number of ports [& non-ports] in this commit: 1

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