Release Notes: This release was made to build on OpenSolaris again. More files are supported for the small files test (10^7 isn't enough files). Now the limit is 16^10 files. A significant functional improvement was made for bon_csv2html, which now gets all the colors right. Support for Direct IO was added. Support was removed for OS/2 and NT (which never worked properly anyway).
Release Notes: This release adds support for direct I/O.
Release Notes: The program now works correctly with 64-bit file access (which means bonnie++ should work correctly on machines with more than 1G of RAM). Zcav support now skips chunks of the disk to give a faster result (some modern disks can take several hours for a single pass otherwise). All units were changed to GiB and MiB. The zcav output units were changed to match the new bigger and faster disks.
Release Notes: ZCAV now works better with larger and faster disks. The default block size is 256MiB and output is displayed in MiB/s and GiB. It also displays the progress on multiple loops. Units were changed to KiB, MiB, and GiB in all programs and documentation.
Release Notes: Some failures to check the return code of chdir() were fixed.
Release Notes: This release documents the default chunk size in bonnie++.8. It adds support for testing write speed to zcav. The default block size for zcav has been made 200M.
Release Notes: This release adds support for testing write speed to zcav. It documents the default chunk size in bonnie++.8. It improves error handling for chunk size in zcav.
Release Notes: Bugs that stopped it from compiling on GCC 3.2 have been fixed.
Release Notes: Fixes for bugs that showed up in GCC 3.2.
Release Notes: An error in calculating seeks has been fixed; it used to add an extra 5 seconds to the test time before calculation and therefore under-reported the results. A bug where it would SEGV if you specified more than 999 directories has been fixed (now it handles 99,999 and displays an error message if you ask for more). The mandir for RPM package building has been fixed.