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  •  29 Jul 2012 19:03
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    Release Notes: Option -[0-9]+ has been added to sar to show the data of that many days ago. iostat and sar have persistent device names support. A new option (-t) has been added to sadf: This option tells sadf to display the timestamps in the local time of the data file creator instead of UTC.

    •  16 May 2012 19:16
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      Release Notes: The options -g and -T have been added to iostat; these options enable the user to display statistics for groups of devices. sadc now overwrites its standard daily data file when this file is from a past month. The time format has been changed from HH-MM-SS to HH:MM:SS in the various reports displayed by sadf. A maxOccurs indicator for the timestamp element has been added in the XSD document. The option --enable-collect-all has been added to the configure script to tell sadc to collect all possible activities, including optional ones. A new translation file has been added for Croatian.

      •  08 Mar 2012 20:36
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        Release Notes: Virtual devices are no longer taken into account in sar -b results. iostat can now display target device information when a symbolic link is specified as a parameter. The option --disable-stripping has been added to the configure script. A Serbian translation has been added.

        •  27 Nov 2011 15:03
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          Release Notes: A new output format has been added to sadf: JSON (JavaScript Object Notation). Several bugs have been fixed in sadf XML output, DTD, and XSD documents. A random crash with iostat -N has been fixed.

          •  28 Aug 2011 16:09
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            Release Notes: sadf has been modified to make it easier to add new report formats. The option "-P ON" has been added to mpstat, which tells mpstat to display stats only for online CPUs. pidstat displayed null statistics for processes that had terminated; this is now fixed.

            •  03 Jun 2011 12:33
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              Release Notes: A new option has been added to sar: it can now take a snapshot of all the USB devices currently plugged into the system. The option -h has been added to iostat to make the device utilization report easier to read with long device names. A bug has been fixed with cifsiostat that didn't count open files from the "Posix Open" column in the /proc/fs/cifs/Stats file. NLS has been updated: an Esperanto translation has been added.

              •  15 Mar 2011 14:29
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                Release Notes: Several bugs have been fixed with the nfsiostat and cifsiostat commands. Sysstat's commands are no longer linked with the sensors library if it is not needed. iostat incorrectly mapped device-mapper IDs greater than 256: This is now fixed. NLS has been updated and an Ukrainian translation has been added.

                •  26 Dec 2010 19:57
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                  Release Notes: sar now tells sadc to read only the necessary groups of activities. New metrics have been added to sar (number of tasks waiting for I/O to complete, and amount of active and inactive memory). nfsiostat now takes into account the POSIXLY_CORRECT environment variable. sar and iostat no longer assume that device-mapper major number is 253 (it gets the real number from the /proc/devices file).

                  •  11 Nov 2010 06:55
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                    Release Notes: New metrics have been added to sar and sadc: hugepages utilization statistics, and average CPU clock frequency. This version also includes bugfixes.

                    •  11 Sep 2010 13:45
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                      Release Notes: Voltage input statistics, together with some other metrics, have been added to sar's power management group of statistics. NLS has been updated. A Czech translation has been added.

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