Release Notes: Full IPv6 support. Numerous bugfixes. Can listen to a specific interface now.
Release Notes: This release fixes a critical issue when a directory that already exists is being created.
Release Notes: This version of smbtad moves the whole database handling to libDBI, enabling the use of PostgreSQL, MySQL, and others as the database backend.
Release Notes: This update features lots of fixes that enhance scalability and performance. smbtad now allows for precision logging, resulting in much smaller databases. It also has the ability to disable SQLite, which is useful for real time applications.
Release Notes: The sqlite Amalgamation code is included in case sqlite is not available. Support for 128 AES encryption for clients is finished.
Release Notes: This version includes many fixes to allow it to build on platforms other than Linux. This version introduces support for rrddriver, an interface from smbtad to rrdtool, allowing you to produce statistics in the form of diagrams. A memory leak when smbtamonitor or rrdtool have been used has been fixed. Smbtad no longer consumes too much CPU time while in its select function. Compiling of smbtad has been made easier in the case that the required libraries are in different places than the system defaults.
Release Notes: smbtad can now connect to the VFS module via a Unix domain socket, making it faster if the daemon is on the same machine as the Samba server. A configuration bug where the VFS module port number was overwritten by the port number for querying clients was fixed.
Release Notes: Configuration file support was completed. LSB-compatible start and stop scripts were added for smbtad. A compiling problem with distributions that include older versions of talloc was fixed. The documentation was updated to reflect the configuration news for smbtad and its control through the rcsmbtad script.