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Version 3.9

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Release 3.9.0

Released on Sunday, April 02, 2006.

  • A plugin to monitor the Apache webserver has been added. <>;
  • A plugin to collect statistics about virtual servers using VServer. <>; Thanks to Sebastian Harl for writing this plugin :)
  • A plugin for wireless LAN cards has been added. It monitors signal strength, link quality and noise ratio..
  • A plugin for Apple hardware sensors has been added.
  • An option to compile collectd with different step and heartbeat settings has been added. The size of RRAs is no longer static but calculated based on the settings for step and width.
  • The Ping plugin can now be configured to use a certain TTL.
  • The plugins CPU, Memory, Processes and Traffic have been ported to Mach/Darwin (Mac OS X).
  • The `log mode' has been contributed by Christophe Kalt. It writes the data into text files rather than RRD files.

Release 3.9.1

Released on Friday, April 21, 2006.

  • Build issues with Solaris and possible other architectures have been resolved.
  • Problems when building the Apache plugin without libcurl have been resolved.
  • A bug in the Ping plugin has been fixed. Sorry folks.

Release 3.9.2

Released on Tuesday, May 09, 2006.

  • Applied a patch to the liboping library. Due to a bug in the sequence checking the Ping plugin stopped working after approximately 7.6 days.

Release 3.9.3

Released on Thursday, June 01, 2006.

  • Fixed the Ping plugin under FreeBSD and Mac OS X. Potentially other operating systems also profit from the changes, but I wasn't able to check that.
  • Changed the build system to find the netinet includes under FreeBSD and therefore successfully build the liboping library there.

Release 3.9.4

Released on Sunday, June 25, 2006.

  • The Solaris code in the Swap plugin has been changed to reflect the numbers returned by swap -s. Thanks to Christophe Kalt for working this out.
  • The debugging system has been fixed to work with the Sun libc.
  • When built without librrd the variable operating_mode could be uninitialized. Thanks to David Elliot for reporting the bug.