Release Notes: When a file is in use by another program, this release no longer treats that condition as a failure. This change was made to reduce false positive alerts.
Release Notes: This release adds several new features. It can now test to see whether a file or the contents of a directory are older than a particular date. It can throttle its alerts so you don't flood an inbox or a network node manager. It also contains several minor bugfixes.
Release Notes: This release adds a couple new features. Fido can now issue an alert if a file or any file in a directory exceeds a user-configurable period of time. It can also throttle its alerts so you don't flood an inbox or a network node manager.
Release Notes: This release features numerous minor bugfixes related to memory management.
Release Notes: This release fixes the make installer for the sample conf file. It also includes a fido.service file.
Release Notes: This release fixes several minor bugfixes.
Release Notes: This release features a functional change. Fido will no longer exit if a configured file doesn't exist. It will happily cycle and start to monitor the file once it appears. This release also features several significant bugfixes. All users should upgrade to 1.0.8.
Release Notes: This release adds file stamp monitoring. In addition to parsing a file for pattern matches, fido can now watch a file's timestamp. If the modification date changes, fido will run a user-defined action. This release also contains a few minor bugfixes.
Release Notes: This release introduces file monitoring by modification time. Fido will watch a file and trigger an action in the event that a file is modified.
Release Notes: This release fixes a bug by which fido watched only one file while it was in foreground mode (--daemon=false). With this fix, it will monitor every file in your configuration.