Release Notes: Autoconf is now replaced by static Makefiles, the openMosixmigmon now works together with the "miggroup" feature in the openMosix kernel, the openMosixmigmon displays only "migratable" processes, a new openMosix monitoring application was added, a font bug was fixed, the use of tmp files was reduced and there were some smaller bugfixes.
Release Notes: There is a new openMosixmigmon application which monitors and displays process migration in your cluster in a graphical way. You can move/migrate processes around your cluster by dragging and dropping them to other nodes with your mouse. The openMosixcollector has been adjusted to work with openMosixWebView. There are better spec files, meaning better RPMs and SRPMs. There is a new source package with an updated automake/autoconf environment. Some typos have been fixed.
Release Notes: New "lock" and "nmigs" columns in openMosixprocs, removal of alphabetic sorting of nodes (nodes will be displayed like they are appear in /proc/hpc/nodes), a redesign of the "migrator" window, a new local+remote process count, display of more information about remote processes, a new "lock/unlock" process function, fixes for some typos, fixes for "syncing" of logfiles in openMosixcollector, fixes to openMosixview for compiling with gcc-3.x, and addition of 3dmosmon as an optional add-on.
Release Notes: openMosixview is a complete rewrite of Mosixview. All buggy parts have been removed or rewritten and the application is much more stable now. It has also been adapted to the openMosix autodiscovery system. Neither /etc/mosix.map nor any cluster-map file is used anymore. The buggy map-file parser was removed. All parts/functions/methods were rewritten with a cleaner C++ interface. Some smaller bugs in the display were fixed. MosixMem+Load was replaced with openMosixanalyzer.
Release Notes: MOSIXVIEW now supports OpenMosix (it will automatically detect Mosix or OpenMosix). This release adds a reason why processes won't migrate in the migration-dialog, support for dynamically adding and removing nodes from the cluster, a test to see whether /etc/mosix.map exists, and a test to see whether MOSIX was started before executing, It moves the processbox button (MOSIXVIEW_CLIENT) to the toolbar, and removes the one timer and status checkbox. MOSIXCOLLECTOR now collects overallload, allmem, usedmem, and load-balancing too. The left column in MOSIXMEM and MOSIXLOAD is now fixed.
Release Notes: Scrolling and resizability were optimized in all MOSIXVIEW-applications. A "remote console" was added to the configurator dialog. An "apply" button was added to the configuration dialog. A "renicer" was added to the process-migratioin dialog. "SIGSTOP" and "SIGCONT" signal buttons were added to the process-migratioin dialog. A "parallel execution" item was added to the Advanced-execution dialog. A "used-memory" progressbar was added to the main window. An "avaiable-memory" label was added to the main window. A known bug was fixed.
Release Notes: Startup procedure of MOSIXVIEW was optimized, and known "rsh on startup" bug was fixed. Commandline options/help added. HTML-documentation is now included in all packages. Support for choice of DISPLAY-number (not only hostname) for MOSIXVIEW-client added, and client now has the "bigger" option. MOSIX-load historical logging and graphical view added.
Release Notes: A "display-chooser" for the MOSIXVIEW-Client has been added. A .spec file for each package has been added, allowing users to easily build their own rpm-packages with 'rpm -bb mosixview.spec'. RPMs for Mandrake-Linux are avaiable. MOXIVIEW has been tested and fixed with QT-3-beta3. Binaries are automatically copied to /usr/bin by the "setup" script. There are smaller bug fixes, and MOSIXVIEW has been lightly optimized.
Release Notes: SSH support, a new config file, and automatic compilation with a setup script.
Release Notes: Processes which cannot be moved are displayed as a "lock". A status-view for local/remote processes has been added. Problems with the fonts used in Mosixview have been fixed. Versions >= 0.6 will contain no more precompiled binaries.