New in version 1.9.1
February 12th, 2014
- This version fixes documentation and sample file issues in the 1.9.0 release.
New in version 1.9.0 (February 11th, 2014)
- Bugs and performance issues uncovered during large-scale bouts of continuous run-time testing have been fixed.
- More effort has been put into the documentation in an attempt to improve the experience of both the haveged and libhavege users.
New in version 1.7c (June 8th, 2013)
- This version fixes more test alignment woes on mips.
New in version 1.7b (June 8th, 2013)
- This version fixes runtime test aligment problems on sparc and mips, and ppc detection in building.
New in version 1.7a (February 14th, 2013)
- This version fixes parallel build issues and modifies the check target to accommodate changes in the automake 1.13 test harness.
- It updates the sample spec file and adds other documentation changes.
New in version 1.7 (January 16th, 2013)
- Build and package sources have been restructured to create a devel sub-package consisting of the haveged RNG complete with support for auto-tuning and on-line testing features.
- Updated documentation, man(8) and man(3) pages, and additional build and usage samples are provided.
- The potential for a rare syssegv left over from the 1.6 changes has been removed.
New in version 1.6a (December 19th, 2012)
- This version corrects a config typo to fix building on generic architectures.
New in version 1.6 (December 17th, 2012)
- The runtime test implementation has been corrected to remove an alignment fault which appeared in AIS test0 on arm64 hosts.
- The build procedure for clock_gettime() support has been altered to provide better control (now an override for all architectures) and correctly determine dependencies.
- Minor typos and inaccuracies in the source and man page have been corrected.
New in version 1.4 (February 9th, 2012)
- A 'generic' architecture based upon clock_gettime() has also been added.
- An s390 architecture has also been added.
- The build script now allows non Red Hat init scripts to be installed without patching the build.
- The collection loop has been rewritten to support multiple instances, and an experimental threaded option is now available to spread the CPU load.
- Auto tuning has been rewritten to replace buggy cpuid code and to incorporate information obtained from the /proc and /sys filesystems.