All releases of Process Change Detection System

  •  25 Sep 2005 20:32
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    Release Notes: Major code cleanup. The current process list is kept in memory instead off writing it out to disk and reading it in again, thus avoiding disk I/O.

    •  16 Nov 2004 13:40
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      Release Notes: The "diff-engine" was rewritten from scratch, using hashes instead of arrays to improve search speed. This also implies a new format for the baselist. With this more readable baselist, it is possible to add comments in the baselist too. As the hashes are allready in memory, it is no longer necessary to write the current list to disk.

      •  26 Dec 2003 16:16
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        Release Notes: This release removes the first undefined value in the baselist and adds debugging options.

        •  03 Nov 2003 14:39
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          Release Notes: Support for process-ranges was added. It's possible to watch processes in ranges instead of a fixed number of processes.

          •  05 Sep 2003 21:14
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            Release Notes: FreeBSD support has been added for all functions in this version.

            •  20 May 2003 13:40
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              Release Notes: A variable for syslog facility and loglevel was added to improve flexibility within logging. Some code cleanup was done.

              •  13 Apr 2003 08:05
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                Release Notes: This version adds logging to syslog, so that it's possible to log to mail, syslog, or both.

                •  27 Mar 2003 01:11
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                  Release Notes: Version 2.2 is re-written from scratch. Version 1.x was written in bash, and from version 2.0 it is written in Perl. From version 2 on, it now also runs on Solaris 7 and up.

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