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$Id: CHANGES,v 1.2 1998/01/19 15:29:59 trockij Exp $

Changes between mon-0.37g and mon-0.37h
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Mon Jan 19 07:22:14 PST 1998

-I didn't merge back in a change to fping.monitor which
 sorts the output of fping, this causing alerts to go off unnecessarily
 when fping would return hosts in a different order each time it is
 run. An alert is send once every "alertevery" interval, unless the
 output changes. This is where it messed things up.

-added GPL header to all source files.


Changes between mon-0.37f and mon-0.37g
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Sat Jan 10 10:40:26 PST 1998

-Fixed memory leak, with the help of Martin Laubach and Ulrich Pfeifer.
 The Perl 4.004_04 IPC::Open2 routine has a leak in it.

-Now includes the SkyTel 2-way pager interface for mon! What a hack,
 but it works pretty well!

-Also includes Art Chan's interactive web interface. It has buttons
 and graphics and all that other stuff that everyone wants!

-Removed the Perl 5.003 Sys::Syslog patches. I don't want to encourage
 anyone to use an outdated version of Perl, especially since there have
 been plenty of bug fixes since then.

-Server now handles multiple commands per client connection, and opstatus.cgi
 has been changed to take advantage of this. It's much faster now.


Changes between mon-0.37e and mon-0.37f
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Fri Oct  3 06:14:50 PDT 1997

-Fixed a small typo in "mon.d/freespace.monitor" that would correctly
 detect a failure condition for low disk space, but the text that it
 would report was incorrect.

-As per Sean Robinson's suggestions, renamed the syslog patches to
 Perl 5.004 to accurately reflect what versions of Perl they patch.

-In "mon.d/http.monitor", fixed problem with what matches as a valid
 HTTP response. "200 OK" is incorrect, because the text that follows
 the 200 is undefined in the specs.