Apple has released an update for
Mac OS X Server, bringing the OS to version 10.1.2. The update includes several security fixes and other enhancements.
In addition to providing improved reliability and performance of Apple file services, Apache web and Mail services under heavy load, Mac OS X Server 10.1.2 includes security fixes for FTP and the BSD Line Printer Daemon. Enhancements have also been made to improve server administration, SMB printer sharing, WINS registration and system clock accuracy, according to Apple.
The update also adds support for assigning multiple IP addresses to a single Ethernet interface, improves reliability for NetBooting of 50 clients, provides Apple file server support for AppleTalk multihoming on multi-interface Ethernet cards, better Ethernet performance and reliability of lookupd, and fixed memory leaks in Apache when loading or unloading modules, and when using mod_hfs_apple.
Mac OS X Server 10.1.2 is available via the Software Update Control Panel.
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