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filesystem check daemon and report prgm / News: Recent posts

Source code repository converted to git (from CVS)

Just to let folks know that the source code repository converted to git (from CVS)

Posted by Rocky Bernstein 2009-06-27

fs-check 0.9

Some small bug fixes. Wasn't parsing DEFAULT OWNER properly and --fast option in fs-report

Changes in 0.9 Fix bug for handling --pidfile
Wrong PID put in pidfile when is a daemon.

Thanks to Jan Gruber for reporting problems and fixing some of them.

Posted by Rocky Bernstein 2008-07-03

fs-check 0.7

Various bugs have been fixed. This package will now build outside of the source tree. An option for specifying the default configuration file was added. NOTE: we now require Perl 5.006 or greater

Posted by Rocky Bernstein 2006-02-27

fs-check 0.5 released

We new limit how often we send notifications. A bug was fixed in showing the newest and largest files in fs-report.

Posted by Rocky Bernstein 2005-07-15

fs-check 03 released

Some small bug fixes, feature enhancements, configuration and portability fixes

Posted by Rocky Bernstein 2004-05-26

fs-check 0.2 released

Added ability to check if inodes are filling. Idea suggested by Wally Bennett.

Added configure option to allow user to specify "df", "du", and "find" comamnds to use.

Minor bug fixes, documentation enhancments and configuration improvements.

Posted by Rocky Bernstein 2004-05-12

fs-check/fs-report initial file release

fs-check checks filesystem sizes to see if they are getting too full. It uses a configuration file that specifies the filesystems to check, email contacts, trigger thresholds (percentage or amount used/unused), and a report program to run. It includes fs-report, which shows things like the largest files, the newest files, and core files. It can be run from cron or as a daemon.

This is the first general release. Don't be fooled by the 0.1. This program goes back a decade or so. I've just gotten around to generalizing and autoconfiguring it.

Posted by Rocky Bernstein 2004-04-29