Release Notes: Thread safety and reentrant functions. API unification (every stats call is now able to return multiple entries). A complete rewrite of internal memory management (eases future extensions). Adds experimental support for tracing using log4cplus. Completes the ports for AIX, HP-UX, and most of the widely used BSD-based operating systems. Completes the port for Darwin/MacOS X, including basic Mach. Cleans up the FreeBSD and Solaris implementations. Removes explicit support for Linux 2.4.
Release Notes: This release adds support for FreeBSD 9 and other systems using utmpx. On FreeBSD an issue with large quantities of memory was fixed, and support for dynamically getting a list of supported file systems was added. File systems will now be detected on Solaris ZFS. On Linux, CPU iowait information will now be given where available.
Release Notes: Building on Solaris and the Debian "armel" port was fixed. Support for FreeBSD 8 was added and minor problems were fixed.
Release Notes: This release fixes a regression in OpenBSD memory statistics. There are other minor code cleanups and fixes.
Release Notes: This release contains mainly bugfixes. It also brings a new feature in saidar: color support, which can be activated with the -c runtime flag.
Release Notes: This release mainly consists of minor bugfixes, but preliminary support for Win32 was also added. It is now easier to link to C++ code by tweaking the header file.
Release Notes: This release has some new features, bugfixes, and a minor API change. More details have been added to the file system statistics. Linux partition detection has been reworked. Compile errors on Linux 2.6 have been fixed. Support has been added for Solaris 10 and FreeBSD 7. There are also manual pages for all the tools.
Release Notes: A handful of minor bugfixes, duplex information fixed on Linux, a fix for a saidar filesystem display bug, and reporting for NFS file systems.
Release Notes: This release adds support for HP-UX (11.11) and a handful of minor fixes.
Release Notes: This release adds a handful of new features to statgrab, and adds support for FreeBSD 6.0-CURRENT.