Release Notes: This release fixed bugs and added support for active probing to find remote PCP services, several Python API extensions, and a number of new kernel metrics.
Release Notes: This release includes the usual bevy of bugfixes, improvements to pmlogger write patterns, as well as changes to many PMDAs and clients to support long options. The pcp-gui package is now released along with the main PCP build, instead of as a separate release (i.e., this release includes both pcp and pcp-gui).
Release Notes: This release has a distinctly Pythonic flavour, with many extensions to the PCP python APIs. An interface allowing slow PMDAs to avoid the initial timeout with pmcd(1) is introduced, along with improvements to the RPM PMDA, new monitoring tools, and the next batch of long option updates.
Release Notes: Long option support (e.g. --host) is being added. So far, pminfo, pmprobe, pmstore, pmstat, pmval, and the small demo program, pmclient, have been updated. There are extensions to the time specification syntax (use of natural language words to request a time offset, for example) and there are two new PMDAs - an NFS client PMDA, and a compressed swap (zswap) PMDA. Usability features in pmchart have been the main GUI focus, in particular around the use of multiple hosts.
Release Notes: Several packaging changes were made. Some daemons were moved into separate packages, and "multilib" RPMs are now correctly supported. This release added feature enhancements and bugfixes in the Linux kernel, Glusterfs and MMV agents, and the pmlogextract, pmdumplog, pmmgr, and pmie utilities. The Python API has been updated to correctly support the PMAPI time interfaces.
Release Notes: A regression affecting the metrics namespace for new installations (not upgrades) of PCP was fixed. Further work has been done on optimizing pmlogger(1) and an important fix has been made to the Linux kernel SNMP procfs file parser, amongst other things.
Release Notes: Linux SNMP metrics and Windows TCP metrics were added. Fixes were made to Infiniband support. Bugs in Mac OS X and Debian/Ubuntu build and package specifictions were fixed. Multiple bugs were fixed.
Release Notes: This release adds support for FreeBSD. There are numerous bugfixes.
Release Notes: This version features support for 2.6 kernels, many bugfixes, better FHS compliance, and portability enhancements. Major new features include new platform agents for Windows (Win98 or later with either Cygwin or Interix/SFU), AIX 5.2, Darwin (Mac OS X 10.3), and improvements to the Solaris agent for SunOS 5.8.
Release Notes: This version features some minor bugfixes and some new metrics covering kernel memory usage and VFS statistics.