Release Notes: The ability to check for newer versions and download the .tar.gz dist file has been added. An option has been added to check what file from the repository will be used when a file is about to be updated. Live files from a node into the repository from the directory. A bug in which an update for a single directory would not work has been fixed. A bug dealing with buffered output in setups where the master node is also under control of synctool has been fixed.
Release Notes: Many new things were added in this major release. synctool now features node range syntax, which can be used on the command-line as well as in the config file to easily select or define ranges of nodes. Templates are new; they allow you to generate config files on the fly from a stanza file and some variables. synctool can now easily manage multiple clusters using one admin node, and it's also better at handling multiple operating systems. The new purge feature is ideal for making perfect mirrors of directory trees.
Release Notes: This release fixed a number of small issues and notably two larger ones: the PATH environment variable is now searched for the configured commands. This helps on multi-platform setups. The --erased-saved option now is an action by itself. Using --erased-saved will no longer trigger other updates to occur inadvertently.
Release Notes: This release fixes a bug in dsh-pkg commandline parsing. A nagios check script has been contributed to the project.
Release Notes: This release fixes a number of bugs present in the previous release. The comma-separated list of nodes and groups on the command line was not being parsed correctly in certain cases. Whenever output was being printed to stderr, the node name would not be printed in front of the message. An alternative way of uniquely identifying a node within the cluster was added. dsh-ping now also supports fping and Solaris ping.