TCPware ECO kit announcement

The following ECO kit is now available for TCPware:

ECO: DRIVERS_V582P041
Description: Corrects a potential crash; add resolver support for SPF
Release date: 22-OCT-2008
Ranking: 1
Max ranking: 1
Versions: 5.8-2

ftp://ftp.process.com/support/58_2/drivers_v582p041.zip

To search the TCPware ECO database, please visit the following URL:

http://vms.process.com/eco.html

For more information, contact Process Software via:

E-mail: support@process.com
Phone: 1-800-394-8700

The ECO kit README contents are below.

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DRIVERS patch kit revision 4.1 for TCPware Version 5.8-2 22-Oct-2008

Copyright (c) 2008 Process Software, LLC

Highest ECO Rank 1 (DRIVERS_V582P041)
Version 4.1 Rank 1 - Corrects a potential crash

This patch kit provides new versions of the following drivers for
TCPware Version 5.8-2:

DRIVERS_V582P041 - ECO Rank: 1 - Corrects a potential crash
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UDPDRIVER, - Correct the possibility of an undetected error
TCPDRIVER, when allocating a socket data structure, which
IPDRIVER could cause a crash.
DE 10780 ECO Rank 1
BGDRIVER - Performance improvements for Integrity systems.
ECO Rank 3.

This kit also includes the following changes from previous ECO kits:

DRIVERS_V582P030 - ECO Rank: 1 - Corrects a potential crash
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UDPDRIVER - Additional checking when walking a list to avoid a
potential crash.
DE 10427 ECO Rank 1
IPDRIVER - Correct error in processing timed filters
ECO Rank 3

DRIVERS_V582P020 - ECO Rank: 3 - Corrects a specific problem
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UCX$IPC_SHR - Add resolver support routines necessary for PMDF and
PreciseMail Anti-Spam to do SPF checking.

DRIVERS_V582P012 - ECO Rank: 3 - Corrects a specific problem
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BGDRIVER - Allow sockaddrs greater than 16 bytes. This allows
programs that use a data structure large enough to
hold a sockaddr_in6 to run.

INETDRIVER - Allow AF_UNSPEC (0) as the family in sockaddrs as
well as AF_INET.

UCX$IPC_SHR - Always set the address family to AF_INET when
putting the BSD 4.3 sockaddr in BSD 4.4 format.
Correction of errors found in BSD 4.4 functions
and getaddrinfo implementation.


NOTE: You must reboot your system after installing this patch in order
to load the new driver(s).

The old versions of the images will be renamed to *.EXE_OLD.

Once installed, you may undo this patch by renaming the file(s) back to:

TCPWARE_COMMON:[TCPWARE]UCX$IPC_SHR.EXE_OLD to
TCPWARE_COMMON:[TCPWARE]UCX$IPC_SHR.EXE
TCPWARE_COMMON:[TCPWARE]IPDRIVER.EXE_OLD to
TCPWARE_COMMON:[TCPWARE]IPDRIVER.EXE
TCPWARE_COMMON:[TCPWARE]TCPDRIVER.EXE_OLD to
TCPWARE_COMMON:[TCPWARE]TCPDRIVER.EXE
TCPWARE_COMMON:[TCPWARE]NTDRIVER.EXE_OLD to
TCPWARE_COMMON:[TCPWARE]NTDRIVER.EXE
TCPWARE_COMMON:[TCPWARE]BGDRIVER.EXE_OLD to
TCPWARE_COMMON:[TCPWARE]BGDRIVER.EXE
TCPWARE_COMMON:[TCPWARE]PWIPDRIVER.EXE_OLD to
TCPWARE_COMMON:[TCPWARE]PWIPDRIVER.EXE
TCPWARE_COMMON:[TCPWARE]UDPDRIVER.EXE_OLD to
TCPWARE_COMMON:[TCPWARE]UDPDRIVER.EXE

[End of ECO announcement]