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non port: sysutils/ganglia-monitor-core/files/patch-gmetad_gmetad.conf

Number of commits found: 3

Thursday, 13 Jul 2006
21:52 brooks search for other commits by this committer
- Upgrade to 3.0.3 eliminating the need for the cpufreq patch and fixing
  some bugs.
- Spell REQUIRE correctly in ganglia.sh.in
- For systems where rcorder is run on LOCALBASE/etc/rc.d, split
  ganglia.sh into gmond.sh and gmetad.sh.
- Replace the patches changing user nobody to ganglia with REINPLACE_CMD
  in post-patch removing a maintance issue and decreasing the file
  count.  Also, expand the scope to include gmond.conf's documentation
  which was missed missed previously.
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Tuesday, 4 Nov 2003
20:38 linimon search for other commits by this committer
Update to Ganglia Monitor Core 2.5.4, plus enhancements bringing
FreeBSD support up to the level of Linux support.  PR: ports/58657
(maintainer-update).
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Sunday, 2 Mar 2003
00:24 kris search for other commits by this committer
Add ganglia-monitor-core 2.5.2.

Ganglia provides a complete real-time monitoring and execution
environment that is in use by hundreds of universities, private and
government laboratories and commercial cluster implementors around the
world. Whether you want to monitor hundreds of computers in real-time
across a university campus or around the world, ganglia is for you.

PR:             ports/48551
Submitted by:   Brooks Davis <brooks@freebsd.org>
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Number of commits found: 3