Release Notes: This release adds support for the "group_by_directory" directive to alter the handling for recursive directory matching to limit lists of files to process on a per-directory basis, rather than the default of the complete matched list.
Release Notes: The empty_dirs generator was implemented to make it easier to remove (empty) directory structures. Manual pages were updated to accurately reflect current functionality.
Release Notes: Support for "generators" has been added (yet another way of matching files based on conditions rather than file details). At present, generators for "files older than latest boot time" and "files with an invalid UID" are available.
Release Notes: This release includes support for matching files via the type of content, making use of the Unix "magic" file. Configuration and installation guides have been updated accordingly.
Release Notes: HTML Reporting has been improved, and it is possible to negate the pattern that is used to match files. Email and "reportonly" support has been added to the "deletedirectory" action.
Release Notes: Support for historical statistics and even HTML-based reporting were added. Several minor bugs were fixed and enhancements were made to handling missing rules and duplicated rule numbers.
Release Notes: This release introduces improvements to pattern matching. It is now possible for the directory portions of any pattern to match to contain regular expressions to provide further flexibility. Also included are some additional arguments to improve handling of NFS mounted file systems.
Release Notes: This version supports the concept of "protected directories" to ensure that an incorrect pattern match will not damage critical system directories.
Release Notes: Minor additions were made to the list of functions supported for choosing files, including file counts and directory sizing. The necessary rules were added for running on Solaris 10, which has been tested successfully.
Release Notes: The rule triggering code can now include expressions based on the number of files in a directory or the amount of storage the matching files in the dirctory occupy. It is possible also to limit the number of files processed for each rule on an single run. Improved documentation is also available.