Release Notes: This release fixes several bugs and adds some updates, mostly to improve usability in embedded systems. In particular, the default interval was shortened. watchdog also exempts itself from the OOM killer to make sure the system does not get reset if it runs out of memory.
Release Notes: There are several bugfixes. The repair binary system has been enhanced to know more about the failing test. Configuration of timeouts is allowed. wd_keepalive accepts all options that watchdog accepts, and does not throw errors on those it does not use itself. watchdog will not close the watchdog device so early when trying a normal shutdown. This ensures a reset even if the system hangs while doing this. This release cleans up the code base for gcc-4.4.
Release Notes: This release adds an "another-chance" repair script, applies some changes to the RedHat init script, adds a sysconf script for RedHat, makes wd_keepalive honor the configuration file option, adds a wd_keepalive manpage, makes wd_keepalive not start without a watchdog device, fixes some typos in the watchdog manpage, and updates the Debian files.
Release Notes: A nasty quotation bug was fixed.
Release Notes: Parsing of the ping-count option was fixed. That nasty ping problem was fixed. A problem in which intervals were 50% too long was fixed. More bugs were fixed. The outstanding problems with wd_keepalive were hopefully fixed. Some documentation about return values of the test binary was added.
Release Notes: Mostly bugfixes. Some developments for 6.0 are already included.
Release Notes: This release works with the Linux 2.4 kernel, sends more verbose email messages, and compiles with the latest libc6.
Release Notes: New checks for free memory and network availability.
Release Notes: Added RedHat patches, made ret an int variable and included stdio.h in src/umount.c.