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collectd-plugin-ipmi-4.10.2-3.3 RPM for i586

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Name: collectd-plugin-ipmi Distribution: openSUSE 11.4
Version: 4.10.2 Vendor: openSUSE
Release: 3.3 Build date: Wed Feb 23 00:57:27 2011
Group: System/Monitoring Build host: build15
Size: 18909 Source RPM: collectd-4.10.2-3.3.src.rpm
Summary: OpenIPMI Monitoring Plugin for collectd
Optional collectd plugin to monitor sensors using the OpenIPMI
library, for IPMI enabled systems.




GNU General Public License (GPL)


* Tue Dec 21 2010
  - fixed packaging on openSUSE-11.4 - some perl-files are not
    generated, disabled plugin-notify-desktop - it doesn't build
* Thu Dec 09 2010
  - Update to version 4.9.4 in order to fix security issue:
* Sun Jul 11 2010
  - update to 4.10.1:
    * the shutdown speed when terminating the read threads has been improved
    * libcollectdclient: a format error in the PUTVAL command has been removed
    * DF plugin: an error message shown when cu_mount_getlist fails has been added
    * Processes plugin: missing initialization code for IO members of a struct has been added
    * Python plugin: memory leaks in the write and notification callbacks have been fixed; a possible crash when the plugin was loaded but not configured has been fixed
    * SNMP plugin: verbosity with regard to unknown ASN types has been increased
    * PowerDNS plugin: compatibility changes for PowerDNS 2.9.22 and above have been applied
  - changes from 4.10.0:
    * JSON output now includes the dstypes and dsnames fields
    * the new Timeout option can be used to specify a timeout for missing values
    * Apache plugin: support for IdleWorkers (Apache 1.*: IdleServers) has been added
    * cURL plugin: the new ExcludeRegex allows to easily exclude certain lines from the match
    * cURL-XML plugin: new plugin allows to read XML files using cURL and extract metrics included in the files
    * FileCount plugin: the new IncludeHidden option allows to include hidden files and directories in the statistics
    * LogFile plugin: the new PrintSeverity option allows to include the severity of a message in the output
    * memcachec plugin: the new ExcludeRegex allows to easily exclude certain lines from the match
    * Modbus plugin: new plugin allows to read registers from Modbus-TCP enabled devices
    * Network plugin: new Interface option allows to set the interface to be used for multicast and, if supported, unicast traffic
    * OpenVPN plugin: the CollectUserCount and CollectIndividualUsers options allow more detailed control over how to report sessions of multiple users
    * Pinba plugin: new plugin receives timing information from the Pinba PHP extension, which can be used for profiling PHP code and webserver performance
    * Ping plugin: new MaxMissed allows to re-resolve a hosts address when it doesn't reply to a number of ping requests
    * PostgreSQL plugin: the Interval config option has been added; the plugin has been relicensed under the 2-clause BSD license
    * Processes plugin: support for code and data virtual memory sizes has been added
    * Python plugin: support for Python 3 has been implemented
    * RouterOS plugin: support for collecting CPU load, memory usage, used and free disk space, sectors written and number of bad blocks from MikroTik devices has been added
    * Swap plugin: support for Linux < 2.6 has been added
    * Tail plugin: the new ExcludeRegex allows to easily exclude certain lines from the match
    * Write HTTP plugin: the StoreRates option has been added
    * RegEx match: the Invert option has been added
  - bumped in-tree libnetlink_version version from 2.6.33 to 2.6.34
* Fri Apr 23 2010
  - bumped in-tree libnetlink_version version from 2.6.29-1 to 2.6.33
  - update to 4.9.2:
    * append a newline to messages written to STDERR.
    * serialization of NANs in JSON format has been fixed
    * checks whether a "sleep" returned early have been added
    * continue reading files in a directory when parsing one file fails
    * Apache plugin: collection of the number of active connections has been fixed for Apache 2.*
    * Exec plugin: error messages have been improved; the "running" flag is now cleared correctly when forking a child fails
    * IPTables plugin: fix a violation of aliasing rules
    * Java plugin: the Java API files are now packaged into a .jar file
    * Network plugin: fix a segmentation fault when receiving packets with an unknown data source type
    * Network plugin: a memory leak when receiving encrypted network packets has been fixed
    * Oracle plugin: fix checking for lost connections and reconnect in this case
    * UnixSock plugin: a memory leak in the "LISTVAL" command has been fixed
    * Write HTTP plugin: use the "any" authentication schema, used to be "digest"
* Fri Jan 15 2010
  - update to 4.9.1:
    * RRDtool plugin: fix a bug with random write timeouts: due to an
      incorrect initialization some files may be suspended basically
      indefinitely; after flushing the files they were written
      regularly again
    * documentation: some manpage fixes
    * default config: added sample configuration for missing plugins
    * apache plugin: fix a segmentation fault in the config handling
      of VerifyPeer / VerifyHost
    * processes plugin: fix handling of derive data sources
    * RouterOS plugin: use the node name for the "host" field
    * monitorus plugin: put the plugin into the "Collectd::Plugins"
    * Perl bindings: fix a warning that was printed when building
      debugging output
* Mon Dec 21 2009
  - update to 4.9.0:
    * new plugins: NetApp, Python, RouterOS, ContextSwitch, Monitorus,
    * timing information is now collected in the cURL plugin
    * the possibility to set the source address and device used has
      been added to the Ping plug-in
    * the detail provided by the DF plug-in has been enhanced
    * collection of IO-metrics has been added to the Processes plugin
* Sat Dec 19 2009
  - update to 4.8.2:
    * fixes a memory leak in the "listval" command
    * adds detection of dead connections and reconnection in the GenericJMX and Oracle plugins
    * fixes handling of negative values and hex strings has been corrected in the SNMP plugin
    * improved treatment of error messages when no log plugin was loaded
  - build memcachec and dbi plugins
* Tue Oct 06 2009
  - split out -virt plugin package to avoid depending on and
    in the main package
  - more preconfigured integration and documentation mangling for files under contrib/
  - split out spamassassin contrib files into their own package, properly preconfigured
  - fix Apache2 configuration file in -web subpackage
* Sat Oct 03 2009
  - update to 4.8.1:
    * UnixSock plugin: fix a (well hidden) race condition related to file descriptor handling
  - changes from 4.8.0:
    * collectd: two new data source types, DERIVE and ABSOLUTE, have been added: DERIVE can be used for counters that are reset occasionally
    * thresholds: the advanced threshold options “Percentage”, “Hits”, and “Hysteresis” have been added
    * cURL-JSON plugin: the new cURL-JSON plugin reads JSON files using the cURL library and parses the contents according to user specification; among other things, this allows to read statistics from a CouchDB instance
    * DF plugin: using the new “ReportByDevice” option the device rather than the mount point can be used to identify partitions
    * DNS plugin: the possibility to ignore numeric QTypes has been added
    * GenericJMX plugin: the new, Java-based GenericJMX plugin allows to query arbitrary data from a Java process using the Java Management Extensions (JMX)
    * MadWifi plugin: the new MadWifi plugin collects information about Atheros wireless LAN chipsets from the MadWifi driver
    * network plugin: the receive- and send-buffer-sizes have been made configurable, allowing for bigger and smaller packets
    * olsrd plugin: the new OLSR plugin queries routing information from the Optimized Link State Routing daemon
    * RRDtool plugin: a new configuration option allows to define a random write delay when writing RRD files; this spreads the load created by writing RRD files more evenly
    * Swap plugin: the possibility to collect swapped in/out pages has been added to the Swap plugin
    * TokyoTyrant plugin: the new TokyoTyrant plugin reads the number of records and file size from a running Tokyo Tyrant server
    * UnixSock plugin: add the GETTHRESHOLD command: this command can be used to query the thresholds configured for a particular identifier
    * Write HTTP plugin: the new Write HTTP plugin sends the values collected by collectd to a web-server using HTTP POST requests
    * Empty Counter match: the new Empty Counter match matches value lists, where at least one data source is of type COUNTER and the counter value of all counter data sources is zero
* Fri Sep 25 2009
  - temporarily disable perl plugin for opensuse 11.2, must fix configure check first
* Sun Jul 26 2009
  - update to 4.7.2:
    * several bugs in the threshold and notification subsystems have been fixed
    * portability of the “memcached” plug-in has been improved
* Tue May 12 2009
  - update the in-tree libnetlink to 2.6.29-1
  - added missing ldconfig for libcollectclient0
  - update to 4.7.0:
    * apache plugin: support to query multiple servers has been added
    * apache plugin: handling of lighttpd's scoreboard statistics has been improved
    * conntrack plugin: the new conntrack plugin collects the connection tracking table size
    * fscache plugin: the new fscache plugin collects statistics about Linux' file-system based caching framework
    * gmond plugin: the new gmond plugin can receive and interpret multicast traffic from Ganglia's gmond daemon
    * java plugin: the new java plugin exports the collectd API to Java, making it possible to write extensions to collectd in Java
    * memcachec plugin: the new memcachec plugin queries data from a memcached daemon and parses it similar to the cURL plugin
    * memcached plugin: support for connections over UNIX domain sockets has been added
    * mysql plugin: support to query multiple databases has been added
    * mysql plugin: master/slave statistics have been added
    * mysql plugin: lock statistics have been added
    * network plugin: the possibility to sign or encrypt network traffic has been added
    * protocols plugin: the new protocols plugin provides information about network protocols, such as IP, TCP and UDP
    * snmp plugin: the intervals given in the configuration of the SNMP plugin must no longer be a multiple of the global interval
    * table plugin: the new Table plugin provides parsing for table-like structured files, such as many files beneath /proc
    * ted plugin: the new TED plugin reads power consumption measurements from “The Energy Detective” (TED)
    * onewire plugin: the new Interval option allows collecting information from OneWire sensors at arbitrary intervals
    * ping plugin: support for collecting the drop rate and standard deviation of round-trip times has been added
    * uptime plugin: the new uptime plugin can collect the server's uptime
* Wed Mar 18 2009
  - update to 4.6.2:
    * collection of the number of cached RR-sets has been fixed in the "BIND" plugin
    * filter chains can now be configured without a default target
    * portability fixes have been added to the "DNS" and "Oracle" plugins
    * a typo that prevented the module from being used correctly has been
      corrected in the "TimeDiff" match
    * a possible race condition during startup has been fixed in the "RRDtool" plugin



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