Release Notes: Host view metric graphs now work correctly. "Show Hosts" toggled works again. A memory leak in network metrics on Linux has been fixed. A spoof memory leak on gmond has been fixed.
Release Notes: This release fixes a bug that caused XML port output to be truncated, fixes FreeBSD compilation errors, makes gmetad more resilient to round-robin database problems, makes "gmond -t" output more complete, updates the underlying Apache runtime library, expands the maximum size of gmetric messages, provides various minor PHP bugfixes in the Web frontend, and adds 3D pie graph effects.
Release Notes: New AIX metrics code. NetBSD support has been added. It is now possible to specify the PID file with gmond and gmetad. Bugfixes and backwards compatibility support for gmond. Compile fixes for MacOS Tiger. PHP fixes in the Web frontend. Various other bugfixes and code cleanups.
Release Notes: A serious gmond communication bug was fixed, the gmond.conf conversion code was fixed, gmond.conf now allows for include() statements, Linux 2.6.x machines now correctly collect network metrics, and some FreeBSD metric collection bugs were fixed.
Release Notes: This release features a new gmetad cleanup thread that prevents memory leaks in certain cases. Gmetad now also presents a more accurate "TN" in XML streams.
Release Notes: gmetad now uses xml information instead of multiple gettimeofday() system calls, reducing the possibility of gaps in ganglia images. The gmond cleanup thread is now more efficient and correctly removes expired metrics. A bug in gmond which could lead to stack corruption for long metric names (>32 characters) was also fixed. A bug in Linux which caused faulty bytes_in/bytes_out measurements has been removed. HPUX support has been added.
Release Notes: A bug in the XML output where some hosts had time stamps newer than the cluster time stamp and were mistakenly marked as down has been fixed.
Release Notes: This version of the execution environment is 64-bit clean and will run on Linux/IA64.
Release Notes: This release fixes a couple of memory leaks in libganglia (that didn't effect gmond) and makes gmond much more stable under heavy stress conditions.
Release Notes: This minor bugfix only applies to cluster nodes which use AMD processors. Previously, gmond reported double the number of real processors on the system.