Release Notes: Thread support is now fully working in ps. The H, -L, m, -m, and -T options all work now, with and without sorting. This feature requires an NPTL-capable glibc and a 2.6.0-test7 kernel; kernels as old as 2.2.xx still work without thread display. The "top" program display now works on a few more genuine serial terminals.
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.