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Commits on Mar 19, 2011
  1. * MAKE_JOBS_SAFE=no

    obache authored
    * Note commented-out LICENSE (GNU EMACS GENERAL PUBLIC LICENSE)
    * Add user-destdir installation support.
Commits on Mar 18, 2011
Commits on Feb 25, 2010
  1. Reset MAINTAINER, mail bounced.

    joerg authored
Commits on Jun 14, 2009
  1. Remove @dirrm entries from PLISTs

    joerg authored
Commits on Dec 28, 2007
  1. Also need for NetBSD.

    obache authored
Commits on Jun 6, 2006
Commits on Dec 8, 2005
Commits on Feb 24, 2005
  1. Add RMD160 digests.

    agc authored
Commits on Mar 24, 2004
  1. Use declaration of sys_nerr from <errno.h> rather than redeclaring it.

    markd authored
    Fixes problem seen in bulk builds.
Commits on Jan 27, 2004
Commits on Apr 3, 2002
  1. enable IPv6.

    itojun authored
Commits on Mar 22, 2002
  1. upgrade netramet to 4.4 (version is 4.4.20 to prevent version skew)

    itojun authored
    PR 15799
    
    NeTraMet Version History
    ========================
    
    v4.4	20 Feb 02
    			In examples/ directory, moved old rules.* examples
    			to non_srl.  The srl examples are now in the
    			examples/ directory.
    
    			SNMP security issues.  I've tested NeTraMet's
    			SNMP code using the PROTOS test suite.  A test
    			for negative lengths in the ASN.1 parsing code
    			has been added - that was the only change needed.
    
    			The SNMP routines (in snmplib/) perform a lot of
    			parameter checks, and calls on an ERROR() define.
    			By default ERROR does nothing.  If you're tesing
    			an SNMP manager against NeTraMet, you can turn
    			those messages on by adding -DDEBUG to the CFLAGS=
    			line in snmplib/Makefile and rebuilding the
    			snmp library.
    
    			Change 'interface number' attributes to use
    			16-bit integers instead of 8-bit.  This can
    			be useful when using NetFlowMet.
    
    
    v4.4b11 25 Nov 01	Implement -C option for nm_rc, exactly as in
    			NeMaC.  This allows you to use nm_rc to test
    			rulesets against trace files being read by
    			crl_ntm or dd_ntm.  Sample commands to do this
    			are:
    			  ./crl_ntm -T5 -m1234 -Strace_file -wW~com
    			  ./nm_rc -C -m1234 -rpeers.rules localhost W~com
    			Note: you need CoralReef version 3.5 to build
                                  crl_ntm!
    
    			Speed improvements in flowhash:
    			 - move code which doesn't need to be executed
    			     on every call outside blocks in match()
    			 - implement list of running rulesets, instead
    			     of doing serial searches of ri[] table
    			 - use 32-bit hash values for flow and stream
    			     hash tables, use table size specified by
    			     user (rather than trying to pick a prime
    			     above it - that doesn't help, since we
    			     use a set of distinct primes for hashing)
    
    			Use long long integers (8 bytes) for counter64
    			if the host supports them.  Newer Pentiums do,
    			this provides a useful speedup.
    
    			Change 'shutdown' request character.  It was
    			a single ESC, but it's too easy to hit a key
    			which sends an escape sequence!  Now you have
    			to type ESC ESC Return to shut down the meter.
    
    			Fix little problems which gave warning messages
    			when building NeTraMet on an alpha running
    			Digital Unix.  The configure script wasn't
    			recognising the OS correctly; this didn't
    			cause problems because none of the programs
    			have defines testing this any more.
    
    			MinPDUs gave compilation errors on alpha,
    			fixed by adding c64geint() define.
    
    			Linux kernel reset promiscuous mode when
    			forking a NeTraMet daemon.  Changed meter_ux.c
    			to fork first, then open the interfaces.
    
    			NeTraMet, NetFlowMet, LfapMet, crl_ntm, dd_ntm
    			(i.e. all the meters) write error messages and
    			summary information to a log file using log_msg(),
    			in the same way as NeMaC.  The name of the log
    			file is meter.log, it will be written in the
    			directory where the meter starts running.
    
    
    v4.4b10	23 May 01	LfapMet: RTFM meter for LFAP, code contributed
                              by Remco Poortinga, <r.poortinga@home.nl>
    			Added files in src/meter
    			 - README_LfapMet  Notes about LfapMet
    			 - lfapmet.h       LfapMet globals
    			 - lfapmet.c       LfapMet support routines
    
    			Added two new MIB variables to reader row,
    			MinPDUs (default 0) and TimeMark.  A flow must
    			have at least MinPDUs either to or from before
    			it will be read by a meter reader.  TimeMark
    			is needed to associate an SNMP  getnext request
    			with a particular reader.
    
    			MinPDUs can be set using the -M option.
    			nifty default is -M20, NeMaC default is -M0
    
    			Improved save.sav so that it only saves the
    			files we really need in the NeTraMet distribution.
    
    
    v4.4b9	11 Apr 01	Fixed bug in NeMaC include statement.
    			getarg() no longer allows semicolon in an
    			argument.
    
    			Fixed srl compiler bug; optimise 3 wasn't
    			recognising the end of AND expressions
    			properly.
    
    			NeMaC could fail to open a flow data file
    			(e.g. because it already existed with
    			no write access); it now reports this
    			and doesn't try to run that meter/ruleset.
    
    			NeTraMet Coral interface improved to handle
    			two Dag cards properly.  Reads blocks of
    			cells from each then merges them by timestamp.
    
    			NeTraMet uses -Siii to specify a Coral source
    			(instead of -C'source iii' *****).
Commits on Nov 1, 2001
Commits on May 2, 2001
  1. o we don't want it to depend on X, so disable X support -> don't buil…

    zuntum authored
    …t nifty
    
    Fixes bulk build problem.
Commits on Apr 27, 2001
  1. Initial import of netramet-4.4.8

    zuntum authored
    Network Traffic Meter - the implementation of the
    Internet Accounting Architecture (RFC 2063 and RFC 2064).
    
    Fixes pkg/12647 by Dave Burgess <burgess@neonramp.com>
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