Release Notes: A new version of libproc, SMP support for top, addition of pkill and pgrep, and several other bugfixes.
Release Notes: A bugfix for an extremely rare possibility of a file descriptor leak in top, top works again with more than 204 concurrent processes, all apps should work on large-memory systems, and a new libproc version number, as the interface has changed to support large memory systems.
Release Notes: Top now builds against recent 2.3.x kernels that do not have tasks.h and do not define NR_TASKS, skill and snice no longer complain on Linux/SPARC, and sysctl no longer segfaults with -A.
Release Notes: A few bugs were fixed, sysctl can save/restore settings in /etc/sysctl.conf, top has a -p option to monitor specific pids, and N and A commands while running, vmstat doesn't mind interrupt counter overflow on long-running machines, and ps can now sort by PCPU.
Release Notes: Removed xproc entirely, removed unused psupdate code (still available as part of procps-1.2.x for anyone who wants to play with it), removed sessreg as it is included in XFree86 and there is no reason for the duplication and fixed version number generation so that it happens in one place.
Release Notes: Now fully Unix98 compliant as shipped, except in the BSD personality the h flag now has the same behaviour as the old Linux procps, long options are available both for the BSD (print a header every page) and Linux (print no headers) semantics. A few other things like a segfault in watch, top now has -n and -b options, and some other random fixes.
Release Notes: Version number display fixed, fixed a segfault in watch, added -b and -n options to top, and fixed a few tiny random pieces of cruft.
Release Notes: Very minor fixes. This is expected to be a very stable release. libproc is now under LGPL.
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