The Samba Team announced the availability of Samba 4.10.4.
This is the latest stable release of the Samba 4.10 release series.
Also, they released a patch against Samba 4.10.3.
This release comes with close to 40 bug fixes.
If you don’t have a plan to upgrade the Samba 4.10.3 to latest version then you should apple this patch.
Samba is the standard Windows interoperability suite of programs for Linux and Unix.
Samba is an important component to seamlessly integrate Linux/Unix Servers and Desktops into Active Directory environments.
It can function both as a domain controller or as a regular domain member.
The Notable bug fixes are follow.
- Fix for Python 2.6.
- Fix ‘passwordsettings –max-pwd-age’ command.
- Fix ‘net ads join’ to child domain fails when using “-U [email protected]”.
- ctdb-common: Fix memory leak in run_proc.
- winbind: Fix overlapping id ranges.
- nsswitch pam_winbind: Fix Asan use after free.
- lib util debug: Increase format buffer to 4KiB.
- smb2_sesssetup: avoid STATUS_PENDING responses for session setup.
- s3: modules: ceph: Use current working directory instead of share path.
- memcache: Increase size of default memcache to 512k.
- s3:smbspool: Fix regression printing with Kerberos credentials.
- s3:debug: Enable logging for early startup failures and lot more