Version 1.9 of Warewulf

Release Notes: Nodes can now be displayed with wwmon, wwstat, and wwnodes. The commands now default to only showing nodes that the user has access to. A NODES environment variable can be used to either list nodes or point to a file containing a node list. Bugs in nodeupdate and masterconf were fixed, and wwmon and wwstat now can query remote master nodes. warewulfd now outputs a node's short name instead of its FQDN.

Other releases

  •  07 Apr 2004 23:51

Release Notes: Version 2.1 is the first official release of W\2, and it includes a major rewrite of almost all of the tools, as well as architecture changes to make it much more flexible and easier to maintain.

  •  27 Oct 2003 11:40

Release Notes: A bug has been fixed in wulfd with regard to large memory and use of atol(l). A bug in the nodes with dhcpd restarting with a lost return code has been fixed. Masterconf is easier to use.

  •  26 Sep 2003 15:04

Release Notes: The purpose of this release is to fix a typo/bug in the Warewulf library that caused most tools to error out.

  •  19 Sep 2003 16:14

Release Notes: Support has been added for various authentication mechanisms (NIS, LDAP, etc) for the master node. Plugins have been built for Nagios so that node status can be easily monitored. Tiny RAM disk support using NFS root has been built (very experimental). Some packages have been added to the virtual node file system, and some code has been cleaned up.

  •  12 Aug 2003 14:22

Release Notes: Bugs in filtering the master node and some permission issues in the node filesystem have been fixed. There was a bug in the glance page of wwmon with the network utilization, and Tx/Rx traffic has been moved to separate monitors. Support has been added for non-standard kernel locations in nodebuild.

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