Release Notes: This release adds a "aoe-sancheck" tool for diagnosing network problems. Some portability enhancements have been made to support Ubuntu systems. Files for RPM generation have been added to a new "pkg" subdirectory. The sos-Linux tool has been updated with support for upcoming aoe driver releases.
Release Notes: A workaround for a modinfo bug was added to aoe-version, allowing correct detection of the installed driver even when "aoe" appears in the current working directory.
Release Notes: POSIX shell compatibility was improved. A nuisance bug where the presence of any ./aoe would make aoe-version report the installed aoe driver version as "unknown" was fixed. The documentation was updated.
Release Notes: The aoeping tool now recognizes targets that cannot perform SMART commands. It also recognizes and reports errors for SMART commands.
Release Notes: A new coraid-update tool was added to help users safely update the firmware of Coraid appliances via AoE.
Release Notes: The aoeping and aoecfg tools now conform more strictly to the AoE protocol specification when sending config commands.
Release Notes: Support was added for the new payload size information exported by aoe6-57 and up. The aoe-flush command in aoetools-22 had a regression that caused it not to work properly without arguments. That bug was fixed. The aoecfg man page had a typo in the options section that was fixed.
Release Notes: Support for dynamic minor device numbers was added. A new tool, "aoe-version", displays version info for AoE-related software. A new aoetools man page provides an overview of all the tools. The new aoecfg program fully implements the config-string section of the AoE protocol. The aoe-flush command can now operate on specific devices.
Release Notes: A workaround has been included in the aoetools scripts for a POSIX math bug in the dash shell.
Release Notes: The new aoe-flush command tells the aoe driver to clean up its list of devices. Documentation was improved, and the scripts no longer depend on an external calculator.