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audit 2.2.2 released



Hi,

I've just released a new version of the audit daemon. It can be downloaded 
from http://people.redhat.com/sgrubb/audit. It will also be in rawhide  
soon. The ChangeLog is:

- In auditd, tcp_max_per_addr was allowing 1 more connection than specified
- In ausearch, fix matching of object records
- Auditctl was returning -1 when listing rules filtered on a key field
- Add interpretations for CAP_BLOCK_SUSPEND and CAP_COMPROMISE_KERNEL
- Add armv5tejl, armv5tel, armv6l and armv7l machine types (Nathaniel Husted) 
- Updates for the 3.6 kernel
- Add auparse_feed_has_data function to libauparse
- Update audisp-prelude to use auparse_feed_has_data
- Add support to conditionally build auditd network listener (Tyler Hicks)
- In auditd, reset a flag after receiving USR1 signal info when rotating logs
- Add optional systemd init script support
- Add support for SECCOMP event type
- Don't interpret aN_len field in EXECVE records (#869555)
- In audisp-remote, do better job of draining queue
- Fix capability parsing in ausearch/auparse
- Interpret BPRM_FCAPS capability fields
- Add ANOM_LINK event type

This is mostly a bugfix release with updated support for newer kernels. There 
is also new support for systemd style config files. 

If you compile using make check, you may need to apply this patch:
https://fedorahosted.org/audit/changeset/738/

based on whether or not it breaks. I am thinking this test needs revising for 
next release.

Please let me know if you run across any problems with this release.

-Steve


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