openSUSE Security Update : salt (openSUSE-2017-1016)
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This update for salt fixes the following issues : - Update to 2017.7.1 See https://docs.saltstack.com/en/develop/topics/releases/20 17.7.1.html for full changelog - CVE-2017-12791: crafted minion ID could lead directory traversal on the Salt-master (boo#1053955) - Run fdupes over all of /usr because it still warns about duplicate files. Remove ancient suse_version > 1020 conditional. - Replace unnecessary %__ indirections. Use grep -q in favor of >/dev/null. - Avoid bashisms in %pre. - Update to 2017.7.0 See https://docs.saltstack.com/en/develop/topics/releases/20 17.7.0.html for full changelog - fix ownership for whole master cache directory (boo#1035914) - fix setting the language on SUSE systems (boo#1038855) - wrong os_family grains on SUSE - fix unittests (boo#1038855) - speed-up cherrypy by removing sleep call - Disable 3rd party runtime packages to be explicitly recommended. (boo#1040886) - fix format error (boo#1043111) - Add a salt-minion watchdog for RHEL6 and SLES11 systems (sysV) to restart salt-minion in case of crashes during upgrade. - Add procps as dependency. - Bugfix: jobs scheduled to run at a future time stay pending for Salt minions (boo#1036125)