Release Notes: Internal passwords now use MD5. Console updates are now 5 times faster. The cluster status code has been reworked, and numerous bugs have been fixed. The discovery of hosts which don't have DNS entries and some file manager bugs have been fixed.
Release Notes: An easy to use File Manager was added for common file tasks, with the added benefit of making it possible to run tasks on any number of selected hosts. New host icons were added for Sun, HP, SGI, and PCs. DNS and Ping probes were added to allow remote probing of DNS servers and network devices, with visual and email notifications of problems.
Release Notes: MATtool is now ported to Solaris/x86. Numerous problems with the command macros have been fixed. The installer now works correctly with xinetd.
Release Notes: MATtool can now import local admin scripts into the command relay. It will handle distribution, execution, and result gathering of the imported scripts across hundreds of hosts. A new command relay UI provides a quick view of the status of the commands run across many hosts at once and lets you see immediately which commands did not finish on all selected hosts. Automatically re-issue commands on machines that were down when the first time a command was run on the selected hosts.
Release Notes: This release adds the ability to see on the console when one or more hosts in a group is down, a fix for hosts failing unexpectedly when there are more than 160, a new administrative log of all the work done on a host, and resizable panes in the console.
Release Notes: This release adds the ability to run OS commands as an alternate user. It adds $USER, $HOSTNAME, $HOME, $PWD environment variables to the Run OS command environment, the ability to send OS command output to a command output window instead of redirect to a file, the ability to upgrade all hosts in the cluster just by doing Select-All and Upgrade, and the ability to save the environment for OS commands. The install script now has a no questions install. The command relay has been changed so that it will send the commands to up to 40 hosts at a time.
Release Notes: It is now possible to run administrative commands on thousands of hosts by just entering the command and selecting the hosts or groups. You can now quickly identify when a host or group is in trouble with temperature gauges on the groups, hosts, and resources that are in an alarm state. Graphing is now faster. Software and hardware inventories are now available on some platforms.
Release Notes: New host probing so host icons show if host is up. The console can discover all MAT hosts on a network. The UI is faster. New status objects show the current status of a resource. A workaround was also added for xinetd users (Red Hat 7).
Release Notes: Files can be securely replicated with a new encryption library. It uses the blowfish algorithm, and supports 32 to 448 bit encryption. Files can now be replicated to an arbitrary location. Transform pairs are provided in the replication GUI which allow file locations to be transformed to another directory. A new mail configuration GUI makes mail aliases simpler, and supports a much wider range of configurations. A new user GUI is easier to use, supports defaults, and secondary group editing. Numerous bugfixes.
Release Notes: Initial freshmeat announcement.