No changes have been submitted for this release.
Release Notes: This release includes a fix for correct memory calculation. It also adds an inode to open and close remote requests, and fixes an issue accessing EXT3 on remote.
Release Notes: This release includes the loadlimit patch from Cristiano De Michele, the ptrace exploit fix from Giacomo Mulas, and the migrate back race patch from Eliezer/Emil. RPMs, source, and DEBs for Debian/Sid (unstable) are available. Userspace Tools 0.3.2 was also released, which is a minor bug fix release with a completely autoconfiscated build. Up-to-date files for Debian/Sid (unstable) from Cristiano De Michele are included. There are RPMs for RH7.3 and GLIBC2.1 compatible distributions and RH8 with GLIBC2.3.
Release Notes: This release fixes a bug which affected SMP-kernels and caused the machine to hang when unmounting filesystems at reboot. RPMs are now compiled with gcc-3.2 under RedHat 8.0. This release also features a new RPM, openmosix-kernel-source, which holds the kernel tree with the openMosix-patch applied, installed under /usr/src.
Release Notes: The most important bug that was fixed in this release is the ext3/initrd problem, which caused machines with ext3 filesystems to not boot. This release compiles and runs with gcc-3.2. The value of HZ was reverted to 100 until the userspace utilities get modified. Makefile changes include openMosix version reporting and minor code cleanups. The /proc interfaces now work with fast machines. Bugs that are still present include a locking problem which occurs when using SMP and /dev/shm, and the reported problem with ln and /mfs.
Release Notes: This release fixes an FPU exception bug that caused nodes to crash, a memory counting error on HIGHMEM machines, a too many open files error, a kernel building bug, statfs reporting for oMFS, and memory leaks in the /proc file system. statfs return values were completed, and arch/i386/kernel/offset.c now handles both read and write pfs. The memory balancer was somewhat fixed, and HZ was increased from 100 to 512. Trace now also works before a process has migrated on runon.
Release Notes: Fixes for a problem with too many open files, a libpthread segmentation fault problem, and a few races in old MFS code. Load balancing is smoother, and the yardstick is now 1000Mhz.
Release Notes: This is the first release of openMosix for the 2.4.17 kernel and comes after extensive testing on several sites.
Release Notes: This release includes minor bugfixes and new and improved migration for smoother operation.