From: Murray S. Kucherawy <msk@se...> - 2007-04-25 18:29:14
A new version of dkim-milter is now available for download from SourceForge.
This release fixes several minor bugs, adds an optional statistics
gathering feature, and makes two simple attempts to improve performance of
There was also one important bug fixed in "relaxed" header
canonicalization. If you are seeing occasional unexplained failures, this
might fix that problem. The problem was first noticed by Ben Lentz, and
Greg Shapiro of Sendmail figured out how to reproduce it so I could fix
The formal release notes entry:
Update _FFR_SELECT_CANONICALIZATION for split canonicalization
Add _FFR_STATS, creating an optional database for storing pass/fail
statistics per domain over time, and a command-line tool
for querying the database contents. Requires Sleepycat DB.
LIBDKIM: Patch #SF1705155: Fixes in "relaxed" header canonicalization
code. Problem noted by Ben Lentz.
LIBDKIM: Add _FFR_HASH_BUFFERING, experimental code that adds a layer
of buffering in front of dkim_canonwrite() so the SHA hashing
functions are called less often.
LIBDKIM: Only call dkim_flush_blanks() when it will actually do
LIBDKIM: Fix bug #SF1706530: Call EVP_cleanup() in dkim_close().
Suggested by Andy Fiddaman.
LIBDKIM: Inside _FFR_QUERY_CACHE, fix cursor operations when compiled
against very old versions of Berkeley DB.
LIBDKIM: When opening the database with _FFR_QUERY_CACHE, make sure
the library is allowed to create the database.
Please use the trackers and mailing lists on SourceForge to report problems or
make comments or other suggestions.
Murray S. Kucherawy ========================================= msk@...
Senior Software Engineer Sendmail, Inc. Emeryville, CA, USA
(510) 594-5400 http://www.sendmail.com
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