July 31st, 2010
· Add monitoring of I/O workload and maximum disk throughput per device to help finding where a I/O bottleneck can occur. Allow multiple recipient for alarm report. Alarm on high memory load is know calculated in percentage of real memory used, i-e: without cache and buffer memory usage. See ChangeLog for a complete list of changes.
February 1st, 2010
· This release fix a bug in workload notification and add the new 'menu' configuration directive in the PLUGIN section to allow classification of plugins under submenus.
January 17th, 2010
· This release include the excellent work of Marat Dyatko on new web design as well some pending bugs fix. There's 2 new configuration options HIRES and LINE_SIZE.
December 14th, 2009
· This release is a major code rewriting and features addons. It also include better support to major Linux distribution with RPM, SlackBuild and Debian packaging support. To see all changes take a look at Changelog and the Features menu link.
July 8th, 2009
· Fix incorrect warning on socktw report type.
· Add report of the number of active/passive TCP connections per second. See output of "sar -n TCP".
· Add report of the number of receveid/sent TCP segments per second. See output of "sar -n TCP".
June 11th, 2009
· Fix memory usage report. Real used memory (without cache) was wrong. Thank to Stephane Silly for the report.
· Add memory cached+kernel buffer report in memory stats.
· Add report of socket in TIME_WAIT state.
February 11th, 2009
· Fix missing replacement of underscore in pathname for queue or disk.
· Fix missing prompt on "What device do you want to monitor" question.
· Fix warning when hddtemp is not found during installation.
· Force df to only report local disk usage excluding tmpfs.
· Add monitoring of sensors temperature and fan speed following regexp. See INSTALL file for more details (chap. SENSORS).
September 30th, 2008
· This release adds support for versions of sysstat up to 8.1.5.
· Some more system information is reported, like CPU usage for a given device and the amount of memory needed for current workload.
· It also introduce an RPM .spec file given by the Fedora Core team to build distribution packages.