Release Notes: This is a minor bugfix release to allow Linux sessions to run for longer, to give better fonts for Gtk 1.x compatibility, and to collect some VM metrics.
Release Notes: The Solaris I/O probe now collects partition information (although its net probe isn't yet included). The makefile was changed to improve static and dynamic linking, which is especially important for Solaris, which statically links Gtk+ into ghabitat and curl into libiiab (one of habitat's own shared libraries). Automatic configuration is supported when building on Fedora, Mandrake, and Solaris.
Release Notes: Security was tightened by running as a non-root user. Many bugs were fixed. A lot of improvements were made in diagnosing unexpected situations. The graphical interface was improved with fixes and improvements to the help menu, the choice tree, and graphics titles. Solaris I/O is now close to Linux's capability, and replication with harvest has been confirmed.
Release Notes: Significant inroads into the efficiency of data updates were made, and GUI bugs were fixed to allow the appending of new data to the viewed graphs. For convenience, updates are suspended if the view is zoomed. Linux disk probe now returns service time where available and suppresses devices that don't respond with data. The Solaris system probe was completely reimplemented to produce absolute values rather than counters, making them more useful for reporting.
Release Notes: A bug that prevented Linux 2.4 kernels from collecting information using the sys probe was fixed.
Release Notes: Startup was rewritten to do away with wrapper scripts and allow running in systems locations (/usr/bin) or in a single tree. As a consequence, the config files have to change. The collection agent (clockwork) now runs as a proper daemon, and a new switch allows the network server to be turned off.