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Supermon idle

The supermon project (as you may have noticed) is currently idle, and no active development is occurring. We hope to add in some work that was performed at the University of Oregon in the last year, and do a new release with that code in the near future. Also note that is no longer active, and the new contact address is The supermon developers have all left LANL, so the email address there was deleted.

Posted by Matt Sottile 2007-08-11

Supermon v1.5 Summer Release

Release notes: Kernel 2.6 support, many bug fixes, sexpr 1.0.1 library update, various sensor modules added and updated, client API updates, fltk GUI updates. This is an intermediate release - another release that addresses outstanding issues with kernel symbols and the data API should be out by SC2005. This release has been tested with the 2.6.8 and 2.6.9 (bproc) kernel versions using Suse 9.2. Please email any issues, bugs, and patches related to this release to or

Posted by Matt Sottile 2005-07-06

New web page up

The new supermon web page has been uploaded to

Posted by Matt Sottile 2003-10-26

Supermon 1.4 release for LACSI '03

This release addresses a few bugs that were present in the 1.4beta - this release is highly recommended to replace that one. Issues with stability of supermon and mon were fixed, a basic implementation of the monhole has been added to mon, various client fixes have been applied, and general cleanup in other places has taken place. This release corresponds with the LACSI-03 tutorial release of the clustermatic software suite.

Posted by Matt Sottile 2003-10-26

Supermon 1.4beta released

See file release entry for details.

Posted by Matt Sottile 2003-09-10

Supermon v1.3 available

Supermon 1.3 is available. It includes software using the most recent, updated supermon s-expression protocol. In addition, initial versions of the monhole are available, as is a very early version of a GTK based GUI.

Posted by Matt Sottile 2002-09-18

Supermon included with Black Lab

Supermon is included now with the Black Lab v2.1 software from Terra Soft Solutions, Inc. for the Power PC architecture. More information can be found at

Posted by Matt Sottile 2002-09-03

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