Release Notes: Process FD will not always start a new process to send files. Instead, it will try to take an existing process. This should reduce the total number of connections and process creations. The copy function has been changed so that it uses less memory. The process afdd will not be started automatically if this is not set in the AFD_CONFIG file. Lots of minor bug fixes were made.
Release Notes: Two bad bugs fixed in process dir_check. When one directory receives files at a very high rate, dir_check can end up in an endless loop serving only this directory. The other bug could cause very long delays when scanning the directories.
Release Notes: A new option "attach all files" to attach more then one file to mail, ability to use the pexec option to execute something after a file has been sent, processing sf_loc checks with FD if there is a new job (should reduce the number of forks done by FD), initial support for the SCP1-protocol (disabled by default), and lots of bugfixes.
Release Notes: Sorting files in the order they arrived before being sent, fixes for several bugs when reading the DIR_CONFIG file, more syntax checking for the rename.rule file, correctly showing fonts in the afd_ctrl and mon_ctrl dialogs when they have changed, and a new search and select function in the afd_ctrl dialog.
Release Notes: A reduction of the number of system calls generated by about 20%, changes to the default transfer blocksize from 1024 to 4096 Bytes, use of pathconf() to determine LINK_MAX, and a fix for compiling without logs.
Release Notes: AFD is now able to retrieve files via FTP from a remote host. The number of recipients that may be specified in the DIR_CONFIG is now unlimited. A new dialog has been added to view and control the directories monitored by AFD. Lots of smaller bugfixes have been added. If you upgrade from version 1.1.x to 1.2.0 please read the documentation.