Release Notes: A new clock plugin that offers human-readable timestamps. Better terminal handling.
Release Notes: An asciidoc manual page has been added. RPC and NFS related counters have been added. This release allows you to list available plugins. There are small improvements to existing plugins and plugin error handling.
Release Notes: This release adds an external plugins interface. New plugins/ stats include ipc, lock, raw, unix, acpi/battery, acpi/cpufreq, thermal sensors, postfix, sendmail, gpfs, dbus, freespace, utmp, and wifi. Examples of using dstat as a Python class were added, as was profiling and debugging code. There were some speed improvements, and various fixes to output and existing plugins.
Release Notes: This version includes a small fix to clean up terminal settings for all exit paths. It removes a duplicate 'screen width too small' error message in dstat15.
Release Notes: This release changes the default back to use total values. Clearline terminal handling has been fixed for older (Debian?) versions of rxvt. Terminal capabilities logic has been improved, and curses is taken advantage of. Keyboard input is disabled.
Release Notes: This release adds user stats, allows console output and CSV output concurrently, fixes problems with VTE-based terminal programs (like gnome-terminal), and includes a new backport to Python 1.5.
Release Notes: A CSV output option has been added. There are a few small fixes.
Release Notes: Many improvements were made to the formatting and highlighting of system, interrupts, CPU, process, and TCP and UDP stats. Support for SMP systems was added and handling for non-TTY stdout was implemented. Small bugfixes were made, including a fix for flickering that occurred during intermediate updates.
Release Notes: This release fixes a bug that caused the conv() display function to fail if long integers were printed.
Release Notes: This release adds a Python 1.5-compatible version for older distributions. There have been small changes to the output, closer to what people expect.