Release Notes: MySQL client support and MySQL connection pooling have been added. Chown and chmod actions can be acted upon. A potentially bad bug in the kernel module has been resolved.
Release Notes: The kernel module now builds and runs with gcc versions later than 3.2. A TIMEOUT of -1 now works as documented. A bad memory leak was fixed in the daemon. The EXEC action type was implemented (to spare the overhead of forking a shell).
Release Notes: A bug in the command action that was causing all commands to return true even if they were still running or failed has been fixed. French documentation has been added. The autotools system has been updated to automake 1.6 for more uniform builds across platforms. A README-REDHAT with RedHat build hints has been added. Compiler warnings have been fixed.
Release Notes: A fix for a significant kernel build problem (hanging up many distributions), and better dependency checking with autoconf.
Release Notes: The config file syntax has been revamped. The action type needs to be specified now (FTP or SHELL), and the filename substitution keywords have been modified (__FILE__ instead of _FILE_). A module memory leak when nothing was reading from the device has been fixed, as well as a segfault on FTP command failure.
Release Notes: A fix for a bad bug that was causing the daemon to leak filehandles when FTP operations failed.
Release Notes: Two kernel module memory leaks have been fixed (thanks to Seann Herdejurgen and Pascal Lengard). There is kernel buffer full reporting, and spurious logging has been removed. This release does not work with the Red Hat 8.0 stock kernel or Mandrake 9.x.
Release Notes: Major bugfixes to allow building on gcc versions > 3.0. SuSE 8.1 and RedHat 8.0 should now build cleanly. This release also comes with a non-developer configure script that will allow building on a vast number of other systems where it would previously fail.
Release Notes: A timeout has been added for hung commands, and a retry interval can be specified for the number of times to act on a "still open" file that has reached its timeout.
Release Notes: Timeout values are working again. Multiple IGNORE regexps are now allowed. Queue threading has been improved. Various and sundry autoconf improvements have been added. Multiple filename arguments are now handled in FTP transfers for renames. FTP connection pooling has been improved.