[RELEASE] LTTng-tools 2.13.4 - Nordicité

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Hi all,

We have just released the third bug-fix release of LTTng-tools 2.13 - Nordicité.
This release addresses a number of issues listed below.

2022-01-26 lttng-tools 2.13.4 (National Peanut Brittle Day)
    * Build fix: hashtable: hashtable.cpp does not exist
    * Fix: _lttng_variant_statedump should expect lttng_ust_ctl_atype_variant_nestable
    * Fix context mismatch across UST version due to legacy array context field
    * Relicence all source and header files included in LGPL code
    * Move utils_expand_path and utils_expand_path_keep_symlink to libpath.la
    * Link lttng executable on libcommon-lgpl.a
    * Introduce libcommon-lgpl for liblttng-ctl
    * Rename libcommon.so to libcommon-gpl.so
    * Copyright ownership transfer
    * Copyright ownership transfer
    * Fix: relayd: erroneous rundir permission logging message
    * Fix: sessiond: rotation thread: fatal error when not finding a session
    * Fix: relayd: rotation failure for multi-domain session
    * Fix: lttng-ctl: lttng_list_sessions: initialize out_sessions to NULL when returning 0
    * Fix: lttng: initialize variable in run_command_string
    * Fix: consumer-stream: live viewers observe timestamps going backwards
    * Fix: relayd: ressource leaks on viewer_stream_create error
    * Fix: relayd: live: erroneous message timestamp observed from live viewer
    * Fix: relayd: failure to open chunk files concurrently with session clear
    * Fix: relayd: live: metadata stream reference count < 0 assert

Note that v2.13.3 was tagged nearly simultaneously as this release, but
unannounced since a bad backport caused the generation of the tarball to fail.
The change log above combines the changes relevant to both releases.

As always, please report any issue you may encounter to bugs.lttng.org
or on this mailing list.

Project website: https://lttng.org

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