The ASU Version 5.1B-3 kit provides enhancements and corrections for
problems found in the ASU Version 5.1B-2 software, including ECO1 and in
earlier versions of the ASU software.
Some of the enhancements and corrections in
the ASU Version 5.1B-3 kit:
- The ASU server is now able to notify clients of changes made by UNIX programs and commands.
- The ASU server now supports mailslot messages sent to the cluster alias IP address.
- ASU now supports locales with an expanding character set such as the UTF-8 codeset, for example, fi_FI.UTF-8 or ja_JP.UTF-8, for file names and pathnames.
- Interoperability between smbfs on a Linux client and the ASU server has been improved.
- The elfread command has been enhanced with three new options for managing ASU event log settings.
- A new registry parameter, MemberUseAnyDC, can improve connection
response time by allowing an ASU member server to use any available domain
controller for validating authentication requests.
- Two new lanman.ini parameters, logunixpasswordchgsuccess and
logunixpasswordchgfailure, have been added under the [lmxserver] section
to control the logging of UNIX password changes by the ASDUPASS utility
and also by the ASU server when the SyncUnixPassword registry entry is
- The pccheck client tool has been enhanced with a new option, -escalate,
to collect the system configuration of Windows NT systems. The files are
collected in compressed form, as a cab file, in the pccheck directory.
See the ASU
Version 5.1B-3 Release Notes for a complete
list of new features, functionality, and corrected
You can Install the ASU Version 5.1B-3 software
on a system running the Tru64 UNIX Version 4.0F
or higher operating system software. The ASU
Version 5.1B-3 software can be used to
- Install the ASU software on a Tru64 UNIX system for the first time.
- Upgrade previous versions of the ASU software.
Note: You can no longer directly upgrade PATHWORKS for DIGITAL UNIX
(Advanced Server) to ASU. See the ASU
Version 5.1A ECO1 Release Notes for
information on upgrading PATHWORKS for DIGITAL UNIX (Advanced Server) to
ASU. These release notes and other ASU documentation are available from this