Version 0.5 of Flowgrind

Release Notes: Obsolete fasttime and TSCI2 support was removed. libpcap support was added for automatic traffic dumping (for analysis with tcptrace etc). libgsl support was added for advanced stochastic distributions. TCP_NODELAY and non-standard MTCP sockopts were added. A final report is now always printed, even when the connection is interrupted. There were many small bugfixes.

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    •  10 Apr 2014 21:14

    Release Notes: Flowgrind now allows the user to set CPU affinity and display OS information in the summary line. Preliminary support for mixed flows (e.g., between Linux and FreeBSD) was added. On FreeBSD, this flowgrind release can sample some TCP kernel metrics, in a way similar to Linux. This release also includes a lot of other smaller enhancements and bugfixes.

    •  09 Jul 2013 22:24

      Release Notes: This release includes fixes for connecting to flowgrindd on non-default RPC ports and using diffserv codepoint (DSCP) marking. It also includes some minor documentation enhancements.

      •  24 Apr 2013 21:14

      Release Notes: This release adds full IPv6 support (test and control) and some other minor enhancements. Note that when used with numerical IPv6 addresses, a recent libxmlrpc version is needed (>= 1.25.22).

      •  10 Mar 2013 21:18

        Release Notes: This release adds support for pluggable congestion control modules in FreeBSD 9, and minor compilation and bug fixes.

        •  04 Mar 2012 19:46

          Release Notes: IPv6 test connections with IPv4 control connections work now. Unfortunately, IPv6 control connections are not supported yet. This release also brings support for FreeBSD and includes various autconf fixes to improve portability. The manual page was extended to show how flowglogs can be plotted with gnuplot. Additionally, this release contains small bug and coding style fixes.

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