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kfsmd

kfsmd (kernel filesystem monitor daemon) is a daemon to log and view kernel filesystem changes using inotify. Its main purpose is to allow libferris to reindex all updated files while you are sleeping.

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  •  17 Oct 2009 09:02

    Release Notes: Updates for building against later Linux kernels.

    •  02 Nov 2005 10:41

      Release Notes: This version was ported to the inotify syscall interface of mainline kernel 2.6.13+.

      •  05 Sep 2005 08:33

        Release Notes: STLPort usage was made optional.

        •  11 May 2005 09:32

          Release Notes: This release features a new daemon-cat to just pump inotify messages to the console, and removes inotify.h from the distribution. The PG daemon is now less syslog intense, the startup database use shares a single transaction, and with -U can log file data including mtimes during startup. Queue throttling on /dev/inotify was implemented.

          •  02 May 2005 13:57

            Release Notes: The code was refactored. A new daemon to log to a PostgreSQL database was added.

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