Release Notes: This release fixes minor odds and ends.
Release Notes: This release fixes a pgrep/pkill crash, fixes "ps sm" for single-threaded apps, and fixes a problem with stale entries in the w program. A buffer overflow was fixed. SCHED_BATCH is known to ps. Terabytes of memory are supported. Documentation for top's H option was written. Time stolen from a virtual machine is displayed. Some miscellaneous patches (which Linux vendors left in locked filing cabinets with "beware of the leopard" signs) were applied.
Release Notes: This release fixes some rare crashes, spelling errors, %CPU display of threaded apps on 2 to 9 CPUs, and operation with 512+ CPUs. It also gives "top" an "H" option for display of individual threads.
Release Notes: This release fixes a great many minor problems and gets slabtop working on the 2.6.10 kernel.
Release Notes: This release adds UTF-8 support to ps, along with many minor enhancements and fixes. The FAQ has been updated. Those that ship the FAQ as part of a package (not suggested) should be sure to get a fresh copy. The 2.6.10 kernel, as well as the current pre-release versions, may be used to get correct %CPU data for multi-threaded processes.
Release Notes: This release contains a new man page for ps. The shared library name has changed. Running "make install" no longer rebuilds everything. The STAT column now has an "l" to mark multi-threaded processes.
Release Notes: This release contains many small changes, including changes to CFLAGS handling, a README section for packaging, the ability to compile on SuSE IA-64, a NetBSD-like "ps k" option, new sysctl options and error handling, more changes to top for unusual terminals, and sub-second intervals for watch.
Release Notes: This release adds the -M and Z options for display of security data and makes the STAT field more like that of modern BSD. Some build problems and slabinfo error handling have been fixed as well.
Release Notes: This release introduces the slabtop tool, used for viewing kernel memory usage. The pmap tool has changed greatly. This release is required for the 2.6.4 kernel, and for SELinux on recent 2.4.xx kernels.
Release Notes: This release supports the NSA's high-security SELinux on the 2.6.0 kernel, without any additional libraries required. Thread support no longer sets off chkrootkit on buggy 2.4.xx kernels (the PID 0 problem). Now "top" works on terminals with auto-margin problems.