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      .`nftables` rebased to version 1.0.9

      The `nftables` utility has been upgraded to version 1.0.9, which provides multiple bug fixes and enhancements. Notable changes include:

      * Improvements to the `--optimize` command option
      * Extended the Python nftables class
      * Improved behavior when dealing with rules created by `iptables-nft`
      * Support accessing fields of vxlan-encapsulated headers
      * Initial support for GRE, Geneve, and GRETAP protocols
      * New `reset rule(s)` commands to reset rule counters, quotas
      * New `destroy` command deletes things only if they exist
      * New `last` statement recording when it has seen a packet for the last time
      * Add and remove devices from netdev-family chains
      * New `meta broute` expression to emulate ebtables' broute functionality
      * Fixed miscellaneous memory leaks
      * Fixed wrong location in error messages in corner-cases
      * Set and map statements missing in JSON output
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      .`nftables` rebased to version 1.0.9 The `nftables` utility has been upgraded to version 1.0.9, which provides multiple bug fixes and enhancements. Notable changes include: * Improvements to the `--optimize` command option * Extended the Python nftables class * Improved behavior when dealing with rules created by `iptables-nft` * Support accessing fields of vxlan-encapsulated headers * Initial support for GRE, Geneve, and GRETAP protocols * New `reset rule(s)` commands to reset rule counters, quotas * New `destroy` command deletes things only if they exist * New `last` statement recording when it has seen a packet for the last time * Add and remove devices from netdev-family chains * New `meta broute` expression to emulate ebtables' broute functionality * Fixed miscellaneous memory leaks * Fixed wrong location in error messages in corner-cases * Set and map statements missing in JSON output
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            psutter@redhat.com Phil Sutter
            psutter@redhat.com Phil Sutter
            Jaroslav Klech
            Phil Sutter Phil Sutter
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            Mayur Patil Mayur Patil
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