Version 4.1.5 of sysstat

Release Notes: "sar -x pid" and "sar -X pid" work again. sar had a longstanding bug that prevented -P from working properly if the machine had more than 32 processors. This is now fixed. A bug introduced in 4.1.2, which made some LINUX RESTART messages not be displayed by sar, has been fixed.

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  •  17 Mar 2014 21:32

Release Notes: sar can now take into account a change of CPU count in its data files without losing any data. systemd timer units have been added to replace cronjobs. The nfsiostat command has been renamed nfsiostat-sysstat to avoid confusion with that included in nfs-utils package.

  •  23 Jan 2014 21:20

Release Notes: The pidstat command now includes a new metric giving per-task block I/O delays. A new option has been added to the configure script (--enable-copy-only). sadf now displays the data file creation date.

  •  03 Nov 2013 18:09

Release Notes: A new option (-v) has been added to pidstat, enabling the user to display the number of threads and file descriptors associated with tasks. Several bugs have been fixed in pidstat.

Release Notes: A new metric has been added to sar network devices statistics, giving the utilization percentage of the network interface cards. Several bugs have been fixed all around.

  •  09 Jun 2013 13:39

Release Notes: The sar command can now display filesystems statistics (blocks and inodes utilization) with its new option "-F". Several (small) bugs have also been fixed.

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