Release Notes: The documentation has been updated slightly since the latest test package. There were no changes to the runit source code. This is the second stable release of runit.
Release Notes: This release fixed some bugs in the svlogd service logging daemon, added a -P option to runsvdir for running runsv processes in a new session and process group, and cleaned up some documentation.
Release Notes: This release fixes a rarely seen race condition in the runsvdir program, improves its handling of a special error case, and does some code cleanup. The documentation and example startup item for Mac OS X for runit have been updated slightly.
Release Notes: The runit program has been extended slightly: if stage 1 crashes or exits with a return code of 100, stage 2 will be skipped; if stage 2 crashes or exits with a return code of 111, it will be restarted. The chpst program provides a new option -/ to change the root directory, and the collection of run scripts has been updated with various contributions.
Release Notes: The runsv program has been fixed to properly follow the documentation when told to take a service down and exit, and is now capable of sending the quit signal to a service; the runsvctrl has been adapted accordingly. A bug in svlogd handling its config file has been fixed, and the documentation enhanced.
Release Notes: This release fixes a minor bug in the runsv program, and the service logging daemon svlogd now converts TAI timestamps to UTC. Basic testing of the runit programs has been added to the end of the package build process.
Release Notes: The documentation has been updated slightly.
Release Notes: This version fixes svlogd to print newline characters to the logs properly on end of line, and fixes a build failure on Solaris.
Release Notes: The service logging daemon svlogd now can be configured to transmit selected log messages through UDP. There is a new feature to configure syslog compatible remote UDP system logging.
Release Notes: This version fixes minor bugs in the examples, documentation, and the runsv program.