[collectd] Version 4.4.0 available.
octo at verplant.org
Tue May 6 21:22:43 CEST 2008
I have, at last, packed and uploaded the next feature release, 4.4.0.
The changes are numerous, most notably six(!) new plugins. Because I am
lazy (programmers tend to be, that's why they write programs to do their
work ;), here's the entry from the ChangeLog:
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2008-05-06, Version 4.4.0
* collectd: Internal code cleanups.
* collectd: Added support for a `Flush' command in the unixsock and
exec plugins. This command can be used to force a plugin (or all) to
flush its values to disk.
* collectd: Thresholds can now be configured to apply to one data
source only, making it possible to configure different thresholds
for each data source.
* apache, nginx plugins: Added the possibility to disable host and/or
* ascent plugin: The new ascent plugin reads and parses the statistics
page of an Ascent server.
* cpu plugin: Support for the statgrab library has been added.
* disk plugin: The possibility to ignore certain disks or collect only
specific disks has been added.
* disk plugin: Support for the statgrab library has been added.
* ipmi plugin: The new ipmi plugin uses the OpenIPMI library to read
sensor values via IPMI, the intelligent platform management
* iptables plugin: The iptc library that is used by the iptables
plugin has been added to the distribution, because it is not
provided by all distributions and removed from at least one.
* powerdns plugin: The new powerdns plugin reads statistics from an
authoritative or a recursing PowerDNS name server.
* rrdtool plugin: The size of the files generated with the default
configuration has been decreased.
* tail plugin: The new tail plugin can be used to gather statistics by
continuously reading from log files.
* teamspeak2 plugin: The new teamspeak2 plugin connects to a
TeamSpeak2 server and collects statistics about the number of users
and number of channels.
* users plugin: Support for the statgrab library has been added.
* vmem plugin: The new vmem plugin collects very detailed statistics
about the virtual memory subsystem of Linux.
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Thanks to everybody helping with this release :)
Florian octo Forster
Hacker in training
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