Release Notes: The preferences window was improved, and some bugs with handling of preferences xml files were fixed. Recreating some of your existing configurations may be necessary.
Release Notes: The main changes are related to memory usage reduction. Other changes are: a fixed “Stop” action to stop the monitor updating and fixed column selections.
Release Notes: This release adds a new column TID (Task ID). It has improved performance, updated online documentation, and a new way to add Preference using dialogs. It fixes bugs in Preferences editing, a bug in main window saving, and a bug with autoscroll clicking.
Release Notes: This release adds new features, including "Copy preference" and "Tool tips" in the Preference Dialog, and fixes bugs, including "Error messages" and "Auto-scroll".
Release Notes: This is a particularly important release, as it lets you monitor your remote systems now. The only thing you have to do is to run “remote-lsof” on the machine you want to monitor, and configure Filemonitor with a “Preference” pointing to the remote machine. Please read documentation for more info about setting up remote configuration.
Release Notes: The main feature of this release is the “Filter” that replaces the old “Search” functionality. Now it is possible to display rows that have a specific text value (or part of it) in one or more of their columns. Another change in this release is the improvement of performance and a better response of the application when it is running.
Release Notes: This release adds a multi-preference feature which allows you to have different configurations for Filemonitor and switch them on as you prefer. It can also check a directory recursively and check a path on an external device or a process associated with a single file.
Release Notes: This release fixes a “show/hide columns” bug and adds tooltips to the table’s rows.
Release Notes: The main addition to this release is an extension of the options, as in Queries.
Release Notes: The main changes involve faster display of network data and a new and more complete “preferences” dialog that enables the choice of processes, directories, and network connections to be monitored.