• ExtremeZ-IP 6.0.4 (Released: March 2010) ENHANCEMENTS
  • ExtremeZ-IP 6.0.3 (Released: October 2009) ENHANCEMENTS
  • ExtremeZ-IP 6.0.2 (Released: September 2009) ENHANCEMENTS
  • ExtremeZ-IP 6.0.1 (Released: July 2009) ENHANCEMENTS
  • ExtremeZ-IP 6.0 (Released: April 2009) ENHANCEMENTS
  • ExtremeZ-IP 5.4 (Released: May 2009) Note: ExtremeZ-IP 5.4 was released after ExtremeZ-IP 6.0, so many of the changes are listed under both releases. ENHANCEMENTS
  • ExtremeZ-IP 5.3.2 (Released: January 2009) BUG FIXES
  • ExtremeZ-IP 5.3.1 (Released: November 2008) BUG FIXES
  • ExtremeZ-IP 5.3 (Released: October 2008) ENHANCEMENTS
  • Extremez-ip 2 readme version 2x166 July 19, 2011




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    ExtremeZ-IP 6.0.5 (Released: March 2010)
    BUG FIXES:

    * Fixed a problem where ExtremeZ-IP crash during an enumeration if it in encountered a folder with a shorted path than the root of the volume. This would most commonly occur if a mount point exists inside the volume. [US213] [6.0.5x01]



    ExtremeZ-IP 6.0.4 (Released: March 2010)
    ENHANCEMENTS:

    * Added the ability to designate Time Machine backup storage quotas on a per-user or per-group basis.


    * Time Machine volumes are now configured with file permissions allowing only the backup user or administrators to access the Time Machine backup file. In addition, Time Machine backup files owned by other users are now hidden when browsing the volume.
    * Implemented functionality to automatically generate and configure a Time Machine volume when running on Windows Home Server.
    * Implemented functionality to prompt the user for a username and password during remote administration if the logged-in username and password cannot be used to access the remote server.
    * ExtremeZ-IP will now disallow guest logins by default. Guest access can be enabled through the ExtremeZ-IP Administrator.
    * ExtremeZ-IP now supports volumes that are at or within a junction or mount point. The mount point can target a drive with or without an assigned drive letter. [#12966] [6.0.4x01]
    BUG FIXES:

    * Fixed a problem where ExtremeZ-IP could hang on servers using DFS. The problem would occur if a Mac client with a DFS home directory path attempted to login to a server that had profile home directories enabled, but was not the target machine of the user’s DFS home directory path. [6.0.4x35]


    * Fixed a compatibility problem between ExtremeZ-IP and CommVault Simpana. Previously, offline files could sometimes fail to be recalled when opening from a Mac client. To work around this issue, the Refreshable registry setting "ServerUsesRelativeHandles" should be set to 0. Please see the Online Help for more information. [US136] [6.0.4x35]
    * ExtremeZ-IP will now hide inaccessible volumes by default. This avoids a bug in the Mac client where the presence of inaccessible volumes in the volume list can cause other volumes to not appear properly. [US138] [6.0.4x32]
    * Fixed a problem where ExtremeZ-IP could report that Windows Search was not running when Spotlight support was enabled when the Windows Search service was in fact running. [#13500] [6.0.4x07]
    * Fixed a problem where ExtremeZ-IP could leak file handles when encountering deeply nested folders during a non-indexed search. [#13480] [6.0.4x06]
    * Fixed a problem where volumes containing a space in their names would not mount properly from the Zidget. [#13479] [6.0.4x06]
    * Fixed a problem where 10.4 clients could fail to open files containing Cyrillic characters in the filename. [#11345] [6.0.4x05]
    * Fixed a problem where the ExtremeZ-IP DFS client Launch Daemon could be installed with incorrect permissions. [#13356] [6.0.4x05]
    * Fixed a problem where ExtremeZ-IP could fail to start in a timely manner after a system restart if both the ExtremeZ-IP and Windows Search services were configured to start automatically. [#12562] [6.0.4x03]
    * Fixed a problem where ExtremeZ-IP would incorrectly advertise the Kerberos authentication mechanism when Kerberos was not in fact available (e.g. on servers not bound to a domain). This could lead to a crash of the NetAuthAgent process on Snow Leopard clients. [#13366] [6.0.4x02]
    * Fixed a problem where aliases would lose their targets when copied to an ExtremeZ-IP volume by a Snow Leopard client. [#13360] [6.0.4x02]
    * Changing the ArchiveConnect offline color label will now take effect for clients after the next mount of an ExtremeZ-IP volume. Previously, the old color label would remain even after remounting the volume. [#13264] [6.0.4x02]
    * Fixed a problem where ExtremeZ-IP could crash when receiving an unexpected SetACL AFP command. [#13256] [6.0.4x01]
    ExtremeZ-IP 6.0.3 (Released: October 2009)
    ENHANCEMENTS:

    * ExtremeZ-IP debug log now outputs Pool Paged Bytes and Pool Nonpaged Bytes among other stats (such as handle and thread count). [#11115] [6.0.3x01]


    * ExtremeZ-IP now outputs volume path and search index size information to the debug log at startup. [#13119] [6.0.3x01]
    BUG FIXES:

    * If a DFS link contains multiple targets and the last target server is offline, ExtremeZ-IP will now properly display the link. [#13224] [6.0.3x05]


    * File modification times are no longer updated when dot underscore migration occurs. Previously, files would have their modifications times set to the time the migration occurred. [#13184] [6.0.3x03]
    * Fixed a problem where ExtremeZ-IP would not properly preserve ShowInaccessibleFiles and ShowInaccessibleFolders settings after an upgrade. [#13173] [6.0.3x02]
    * ExtremeZ-IP now properly handles CREATOR_OWNER and CREATOR_GROUP ACEs. Previous versions of ExtremeZ-IP would not properly add in ACEs for the owner or group as a result of these inherit only ACEs. [#12999] [6.0.3x01]
    * With ACL support enabled, performing a Get Info operation from Finder will now display CREATOR_OWNER and CREATOR_GROUP ACEs as "owner" and "group" respectively. They would previously display as "unknown". [#13142] [6.0.3x01]

    ExtremeZ-IP 6.0.2 (Released: September 2009)
    ENHANCEMENTS:

    * Added new UNIX permissions settings that can be configured in the registry. See the Online Help for more information about the UNIXGroupPermissionsMode and UNIXCalculatedPermissionsMode settings. [#12938] [6.0.2x05]


    * Added support for the HTTPDiscoveryMinimumZidgetVersion registry setting, which lets customers override the default minimum Zidget version. This version can be overriden in cases where end users do not have permission to install an updated version of the Zidget and would like to avoid an upgrade message each time the Zidget is launched. See the Online Help for more details on this new setting. [#12388] [6.0.2x05]
    * The filename policy to restrict characters illegal in Windows file or folder names now prevents names that begin with a space. [#11546] [6.0.2x05]
    * Added UI for existing settings that control whether or not inaccessible files and folders are visible to Mac clients. [#3079] [6.0.2x05]
    * Added the ability to customize the specific UNIX permissions that clients can set. For example, ExtremeZ-IP can be configured to allow Macs to change permissions for the owner, but not for the group. Please contact Group Logic Support for more information. [#12818] [6.0.2x01]
    BUG FIXES:

    * ExtremeZ-IP and ArchiveConnect are now compatible with Symantec Enterprise Vault volumes that have pass-through recall enabled. [#12999] [6.0.2x07]


    * Fixed a problem where ExtremeZ-IP 's internal HTTP server would be enabled at startup even if all HTTP checkboxes were unchecked in the ExtremeZ-IP Administrator. [#12997] [6.0.2x07]
    * Fixed a problem where ExtremeZ-IP could crash when attempting to index a very deeply nested folder hierarchy (190 levels or more). ExtremeZ-IP will now skip indexing of folders more than 30 levels deep. [#12546] [6.0.2x06]
    * Fixed a problem where ExtremeZ-IP could crash when performing a non-indexed search of a volume containing a folder hierarchy at least 10 levels deep. No items more than 10 folders deep will be returned in the results of a non-indexed search. [#12546] [6.0.2x06]
    * Fixed a problem where ExtremeZ-IP could crash when processing a search request if it encountered a folder whose path is exactly 1020 characters long. [#12978] [6.0.2x06]
    * Fixed a problem where ExtremeZ-IP could fail to add entries to its search index for changes that occurred while ExtremeZ-IP was not running. [#12980] [6.0.2x06]
    * Fixed a problem where users that originally connected to the ExtremeZ-IP server using a username and password could fail to reconnect if their entered username did not match the exact case of the username as stored in Active Directory (e.g. "administrator" vs. "Administrator"). [#12405] [6.0.2x05]
    * ExtremeZ-IP will no longer allow files or folders to be given names that are reserved in Windows, such as "CON" or "LPT1". [#12381] [6.0.2x05]
    * Fixed a problem where 10.6 clients would fail to mount a volume containing Unicode characters. [#12306] [6.0.2x05]
    * Fixed a problem where the ExtremeZ-IP Administrator running on Windows Vista or 2008 could hang when connected to a server running Windows 2003 or XP. [#12727] [6.0.2x05]
    * The filename policy to restrict specific extensions will now apply to folders as well as files. [#11748] [6.0.2x05]
    * Fixed a problem where ExtremeZ-IP could fail to properly uninstall if Active Directory contains a very large number of groups. [#12852] [6.0.2x05]
    * Fixed a problem where ExtremeZ-IP could fail to properly uninstall if the Service Connection Point (SCP) could not be removed. [#12742] [6.0.2x05]
    * Fixed a problem where ExtremeZ-IP would fail to install a Service Connection Point (SCP) when ExtremeZ-IP was installed on a domain controller. [#11466] [6.0.2x05]
    * Fixed a problem where ExtremeZ-IP would fail to install a Service Connection Point (SCP) if computer objects were not stored in the "Computers" container in Active Directory. [#12269] [6.0.2x05]
    * Fixed a problem on Windows 2008 where files and folders created by Macintosh clients could be inaccessible to other users if the file/folder ACL contained an INHERIT_ONLY ACE for Administrator, SYSTEM, or "Authenticated Users". [#12716] [6.0.2x04]
    * Fixed a problem where DFS clients could fail if a DFS namespace containing a '#' character was found. [#12856] [6.0.2x03]
    * Fixed a problem where ExtremeZ-IP could incorrectly report file/folder UNIX permissions as 000 (no access) if the user did not have access to read permissions on the file/folder. [#11962] [6.0.2x01]
    * When the "Allow Mac clients to change permissions" feature is disable, ExtremeZ-IP will ignore any UNIX permissions previously set to files and folders, and compute based on the file/folder ACL. [#12774] [6.0.2x01]
    * When the "Reset Permissions on Move" feature is enabled, ExtremeZ-IP will now remove any explicit ACEs from the moved file, including any UNIX permissions. [#11799] [6.0.2x01]
    * Fixed a problem when processing a request to retrieve the com.apple.metadata:kMDItemWhereFroms Extended Attribute causes Tiger client (10.4.11) Finder to hang. [#13055] [6.0.2x09]
    ExtremeZ-IP 6.0.1 (Released: July 2009)
    ENHANCEMENTS:

    * Added support for Group Logic ArchiveConnect.


    * ExtremeZ-IP will now automatically create separate log files each time the service is run. Old log files will now be automatically compressed and the oldest archived logs will be automatically deleted as needed to conserve disk space. [#11285] [6.0.1x01]
    * Added the ability to completely disable the Print Server via a registry setting. See the Online Help for more information. [#11217] [6.0.1x01]
    * ExtremeZ-IP can now broadcast DFS targets to the Zidget without enabling the broadcasting of all its AFP shares. This can be done by disabling File discovery for Zidget/HTTP in the Service Discovery Settings tab, while enabling the DFS checkbox. [#12116] [6.0.1x01]
    * ExtremeZ-IP Spotlight now supports the following search terms: Author, Subject, Title and Keyword. These terms can be used to search PDF files if the PDF iFilter is installed on the server. [#12119] [6.0.1x07]
    BUG FIXES:

    * Fixed a problem where ExtremeZ-IP would alter a newly created file's ACL even if the "allow Macs to change permissions" setting was disabled. [#12623] [6.0.1x08]


    * Fixed a problem where the ExtremeZ-IP service could crash at startup if the ExtremeZ-IP Startup Log (as opposed to the Debug Log) exceeded 200 MB. [#11524] [6.0.1x01]
    * Fixed a problem where the ExtremeZ-IP service could crash at shutdown if logging of the AfpSession module was set to DEBUG. [#11540] [6.0.1x01]
    * Fixed a problem where the ExtremeZ-IP service could crash if indexed search was enabled or disabled for a specific volume while clients were actively searching that volume. [#11730] [6.0.1x01]
    * The ExtremeZ-IP internal HTTP server can now be disabled by unchecking all three options in the Service Discovery Settings tab for Zidget/HTTP (print, file and DFS). [#12116] [6.0.1x01]
    * When the "Reset Permissions on Move" feature is enabled, ExtremeZ-IP will now set the owner of the moved file to the user performing the move. [#11799] [6.0.1x01]
    * When an invalid DFS namespace is entered, the ExtremeZ-IP Administrator will now allow user to edit the field rather than tossing them back to the DFS tab. [#12077] [6.0.1x01]
    * Fixed a problem in the case where ExtremeZ-IP fails to contact the intersite topology generator (ISTG) to determine DFS site costing. Previously, failing to contact the ISTG a single time would result in the disabling of site costing support within ExtremeZ-IP. Now, ExtremeZ-IP will use the last set of site costs, and will keep attempting to contact the ISTG to obtain a more recent set. [#12115] [6.0.1x01]
    ExtremeZ-IP 6.0 (Released: April 2009)
    ENHANCEMENTS:

    * Added support for Distributed File System (DFS). ExtremeZ-IP can now act as a DFS root so that Macintosh clients can browse one or more DFS namespaces and automatically be directed towards DFS target servers. Please see the User Manual for more information.


    * Added support for Network Spotlight. Macintosh clients can now perform filename as well as full-text content searches of ExtremeZ-IP volumes. Please see the User Manual for more information.
    * Added a registry setting allowing the serial number to be hidden from within the ExtremeZ-IP Adminstrator. Please see the Online Help for more details. [#11969] [6.0x52]
    * The ExtremeZ-IP Zidget is now resizable and fully supports keyboard navigation. [#11903] [6.0x50]
    * ExtremeZ-IP's internal web server now contains a frame_contents.html file that can be customized. This HTML page is displayed within a frame of the main index.html page. [#11563] [6.0x39]
    * The ExtremeZ-IP Zidget can now operate directly within the Safari browser. [#11080] [6.0x12]
    * Added an "Address" column to the ExtremeZ-IP Administrator's Files window. This column indicates the IP address of the user with each open file. [#10969] [6.0x12]
    * The ExtremeZ-IP Administrator will now direct users to the Volumes window if there are no ExtremeZ-IP volumes defined and there are SFM or SMB shares that can be migrated. [#10962] [6.0x12]
    * Added a 64-bit version of the performance DLL. This allows ExtremeZ-IP to expose performance counter information to 64-bit applications, including the 64-bit native version of perfmon.exe. [#9708] [6.0x10]
    * Password expiration notifications may be now configured to be sent on a timer, as opposed to at login. See the online help for more information about the "PasswordExpirationReminderInterval" setting. [#10858] [6.0x10]
    * Added a feature to EZIPUTIL to allow administrators to suspend and resume ExtremeZ-IP file services with a configurable delay. Enter "EZIPUTIL SERVER" at the command-line for more information. [#10857] [6.0x10]
    * The ExtremeZ-IP Administrator now contains tooltips. [#10856] [6.0x10]
    * Added a set of commonly-used debugging files to the "Debug Logging" subfolder of the application directory. [#10625] [6.0x10]
    * Automatic timeout of sleeping timeouts can now be disabled by setting the "SleepTimeout" registry setting to 0. See the Online Help for more information on this setting. [#10774] [6.0x10]
    * ExtremeZ-IP will now support Macintosh print jobs from OS 9 clients whose job titles are encoded in the MacJapanese character set. [#10152] [6.0x08]
    * The ExtremeZ-IP folder within the Start Menu now contains a shortcut to the ExtremeZ-IP log folder as well as a link to a local web page contain information about support tools. [#10539] [6.0x08]
    BUG FIXES:

    * Fixed a problem where legacy OS 9 applications could fail to move a file in an ExtremeZ-IP volume if the source or destination path ended in a null character. [#11978] [6.0x53]


    * Fixed a problem where the service, Administrator, or installer could crash if the system contained a non-ExtremeZ-IP. service containing "ExtremeZ-IP" in its display name. [#11838] [6.0x48]
    * Fixed a problem where users could experience slow browsing with UNIX permissions and ACLs enabled. [#11775] [6.0x45]
    * Fixed a problem where search index files could grow to very large sizes without automatically pruning themselves. [#11654] [6.0x43]
    * Fixed a problem where indexed search could fail to return all results for volumes whose index file exceeds 4 MB. [#11715] [6.0x40]
    * Fixed a problem where search index files could consume more than the allowable maximum amount of memory (20 MB, by default). [#11716] [6.0x39]
    * Fixed a problem where permissions were not reset properly if "reset permissions on move" was enabled but UNIX permissions/ACLs were disabled. This problem would only occur on Windows Vista and Windows Server 2008. [#10934] [6.0x20]
    * ExtremeZ-IP's built in webserver now allows files and folders to be served from subfolders of the HTML root folder. [#11032] [6.0x15]
    * EZIPUTIL now prevents users from creating volumes whose paths do not exist. [#11129] [6.0x15]
    * Fixed a problem where the ExtremeZ-IP Administrator could hang if a queue's jobs window was open while the queue was removed. [#11127] [6.0x13]
    * Fixed a problem where folder modification dates could improperly get updated to "now" after duplication. [#10521] [6.0x12]
    * Disabled the event log warning about "non-optimized memory settings" when ExtremeZ-IP is run on Windows Server 2008. These particular memory settings are no longer present in that version of Windows. [#11031] [6.0x12]
    * Fixed a problem where volumes created with EZIPUTIL with the "/persist" flag set to false would incorrectly persist in the registry. [#11026] [6.0x12]
    * Fixed a problem where volume custom icons could not be set using the "EZIPUTIL VOLUME /SET" command. [#11078] [6.0x12]
    * Fixed a problem where the ExtremeZ-IP installer would remove any custom files from the "HTML Files" subfolder of the application directory if ExtremeZ-IP was reinstalled or upgraded. [#10196] [6.0x10]
    * Fixed a problem where ExtremeZ-IP would fail to start because it could not initialize its performance counters. Counters are now automatically reinstalled in this case. [#10392] [6.0x08]
    * Fixed a problem where ExtremeZ-IP could crash when the service was stopped or restarted. This crash was more likely to occur on Windows 2008 Server. [#10514] [6.0x08]
    * The ExtremeZ-IP Administrator will no longer allow multiple volumes to be created with the exact same path. This configuration is not supported. [#10609] [6.0x08]
    * Fixed a problem where messages could be cut off in the Log window of the ExtremeZ-IP Administrator. [#10568] [6.0x08]
    ExtremeZ-IP 5.4 (Released: May 2009)
    Note: ExtremeZ-IP 5.4 was released after ExtremeZ-IP 6.0, so many of the changes are listed under both releases.
    ENHANCEMENTS:

    * Added a set of commonly-used debugging files to the "Debug Logging" subfolder of the application directory. [#10625] [5.4x01]



    BUG FIXES:

    * Fixed a problem where users could experience slow browsing with UNIX permissions and ACLs enabled. [#11775] [5.4x01]


    * Fixed a problem where permissions were not reset properly if "reset permissions on move" was enabled but UNIX permissions/ACLs were disabled. This problem would only occur on Windows Vista and Windows Server 2008. [#10934] [5.4x01]
    * Fixed a problem where legacy OS 9 applications could fail to move a file in an ExtremeZ-IP volume if the source or destination path ended in a null character. [#11978] [5.4x01]
    * Fixed a problem where the service, Administrator, or installer could crash if the system contained a non-ExtremeZ-IP service containing "ExtremeZ-IP" in its display name. [#11838] [5.4x01]
    * Fixed a problem where search index files could grow to very large sizes without automatically pruning themselves. [#11654] [5.4x01]
    * Fixed a problem where indexed search could fail to return all results for volumes whose index file exceeds 4 MB. [#11715] [5.4x01]
    * Fixed a problem where search index files could consume more than the allowable maximum amount of memory (20 MB, by default). [#11716] [5.4x01]
    * Fixed a problem where folder modification dates could improperly get updated to "now" after duplication. [#10521] [5.4x01]
    * Fixed a problem where ExtremeZ-IP could crash when the service was stopped or restarted. This crash was more likely to occur on Windows 2008 Server. [#10514] [5.4x01]

    ExtremeZ-IP 5.3.2 (Released: January 2009)
    BUG FIXES:

    * Fixed a problem where Windows 2008 could blue screen if Mac clients saved files to an ExtremeZ-IP volume. The problem would occur when the client application used the AFP ExchangeFiles command. This command is used by a number of applications, including Microsoft Word. ExtremeZ-IP works around the problem by opening folders by full path rather than ID during ExchangeFile processing, which incurs a minor performance hit. Microsoft is aware of the issue and will be issuing a fix at an unspecified date. [#11014] [5.3.2x02]


    * Fixed a problem where files could not be opened using their Windows 8.3 filename. While ExtremeZ-IP does not communicate these 8.3 filenames to Mac clients, workflows such as Prinergy that involve Windows and Mac components can result in Mac clients making requests for files and folders by these names. Support for 8.3 names can be enabled via the “ServerAllows8Dot3Names” registry value. See the Online Help for more details. [#11564] [5.3.2x02]
    * Fixed a problem where files containing extended attributes could fail to be duplicated using the "ditto" command. As of 10.5.6, the ditto command fails in the case due to an error on the client side. Enabling the “ServerAllowsLargeEABuffers” setting allows ExtremeZ-IP to work around this bug. See the Online Help for more details. [#11625] [5.3.2x02]
    * Fixed a problem where some files, including GarageBand projects, could fail to sync when using Portable Home Directories. [#11218] [5.3.2x01]

    ExtremeZ-IP 5.3.1 (Released: November 2008)
    BUG FIXES:

    * Fixed a problem where a folder could incorrectly be assigned a blank ACL after a move if ACLs and "reset permissions on move" were both enabled for the volume. [#11107] [5.3.1x02]


    * Fixed a problem where files whose names contain a '#' followed by a number (e.g. "#1500.txt") could fail to display in the Finder. [#10939] [5.3.1x01]

    ExtremeZ-IP 5.3 (Released: October 2008)
    ENHANCEMENTS:

    * ExtremeZ-IP file and print servers are now certified to run on Windows Server 2008. Note that ExtremeZ-IP does not support Windows Server 2008 clusters at this time. [5.3x01]


    * The ExtremeZ-IP Installer now installs the Group Logic AppleTalk Protocol. This protocol is designed for versions of Windows that do not include a native AppleTalk Protocol. These include Windows Server 2008, Windows Vista, and Windows XP. For more information, see the "AppleTalk Installation.doc" file within the "AppleTalk" subfolder if the ExtremeZ-IP application directory. [5.3x05]

    BUG FIXES:

    * Fixed a problem where ExtremeZ-IP could crash if it encountered a folder with an empty ACL. [#10976] [5.3x07]


    * Fixed a problem where ExtremeZ-IP could incorrectly report itself as being blocked by Windows Firewall when running on Windows 2008 Server. This could occur at system startup if the ExtremeZ-IP service was configured to start automatically. [#10627] [5.3x04]
    * ExtremeZ-IP now properly decodes print job title information from print jobs created by Adobe Creative Suite 3 (CS3). When the document name contains Unicode characters, CS3 encodes the PostScript job name in a hexadecimal format not previously understood by ExtremeZ-IP. [#10913] [5.3x04]
    * Fixed the EZIPUTIL SERVER /FILES command. [#10932] [5.3x04]
    * Fixed a problem where ExtremeZ-IP could crash when a client attempted to reconnect to the server. This could occur if the client's reconnect credential was encrypted with an expired key. [#10897] [5.3x03]
    * The ExtremeZ-IP Administrator can now remotely administer an instance of the ExtremeZ-IP service when the Administrator is running on Windows Server 2008. [#10827] [5.3x03]
    * ExtremeZ-IP performance counters are now available on servers running Windows 2008 Server. [#10430] [5.3x01]
    * Fixed a problem when a Tiger 10.4.11 client attempted to copy a file from the server to the desktop, and the file contains an extended attribute. Tiger client would disconnect, reconnect, and try the operation, endlessly. ExtremeZ-IP now mimics Leopard behavior under this condition, and returns the proper error to the client. However, the client will lose that extended attribute, just like they would if making this request from the Tiger client to a Leopard server. The data-loss bug has been filed with Apple, and it is not possible to work around this problem in our code. [#10937][5.3x06]
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