Commit 139ee8cc authored by Lennart Poettering's avatar Lennart Poettering
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build-sys: prepare 195

parent 06bf4611
......@@ -27,7 +27,7 @@ SUBDIRS = . po
.DELETE_ON_ERROR:
LIBUDEV_CURRENT=2
LIBUDEV_REVISION=5
LIBUDEV_REVISION=6
LIBUDEV_AGE=1
LIBGUDEV_CURRENT=1
......@@ -35,7 +35,7 @@ LIBGUDEV_REVISION=2
LIBGUDEV_AGE=1
LIBSYSTEMD_LOGIN_CURRENT=3
LIBSYSTEMD_LOGIN_REVISION=8
LIBSYSTEMD_LOGIN_REVISION=9
LIBSYSTEMD_LOGIN_AGE=3
LIBSYSTEMD_DAEMON_CURRENT=0
......@@ -43,12 +43,12 @@ LIBSYSTEMD_DAEMON_REVISION=5
LIBSYSTEMD_DAEMON_AGE=0
LIBSYSTEMD_ID128_CURRENT=0
LIBSYSTEMD_ID128_REVISION=14
LIBSYSTEMD_ID128_REVISION=15
LIBSYSTEMD_ID128_AGE=0
LIBSYSTEMD_JOURNAL_CURRENT=5
LIBSYSTEMD_JOURNAL_REVISION=4
LIBSYSTEMD_JOURNAL_AGE=5
LIBSYSTEMD_JOURNAL_CURRENT=6
LIBSYSTEMD_JOURNAL_REVISION=0
LIBSYSTEMD_JOURNAL_AGE=6
# Dirs of external packages
dbuspolicydir=@dbuspolicydir@
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systemd System and Service Manager
CHANGES WITH 195:
* journalctl gained the new --since= and --until= switches to
filter by time. It also now supports nice filtering for
units via --unit=/-u.
* Type=oneshot services not may use ExecReload= and do the
right thing.
* The journal daemon now supports time-based rotation and
vacuuming, in addition to the usual disk-space based
rotation.
* The journal will now index the available field values for
each field name. This enables clients to show pretty drop
downs of available match values when filtering. The bash
completion of journalctl has been updated
accordingly. journalctl gained a new switch -F to list all
values a certain field takes in the journal database.
* More service events are now written as structured messages
to the journal, and made recognizable via message IDs.
* The timedated, localed and hostnamed mini-services which
previously only provided support for changing time, locale
and hostname settings from graphical DEs such as GNOME now
also have a minimal (but very useful) text-based client
utility each. This is probably the nicest way to changing
these settings from the command line now, especially since
it lists available options and is fully integrated with bash
completion.
* There's now a new tool "systemd-coredumpctl" to list and
extract coredumps from the journal.
* We now install a README each in /var/log/ and
/etc/rc.d/init.d explaining where the system logs and init
scripts went. This hopefully should help folks who go to
that dirs and look into the otherwise now empty void and
scratch their heads.
* When user-services are invoked (by systemd --user) the
$MANAGERPID env var is set to the PID of systemd.
* SIGRTMIN+24 when sent to a --user instance will now result
in immediate termination of systemd.
* gatewayd received numerous feature additions such as a
"follow" mode, for live syncing and filtering.
* browse.html now allows filtering and showing detailed
information on specific entries. Keyboard navigation and
mouse screen support has been added.
* gatewayd/journalctl now supports HTML5/JSON
Server-Sent-Events as output.
* The SysV init script compatibility logic will no
heuristically determine whether a script supports the
"reload" verb, and only then make this available as
"systemctl reload".
* "systemctl status --follow" has been removed, use "journal
-u" instead.
* journald.conf's RuntimeMinSize=, PersistentMinSize= settings
have been removed since they are hardly useful to be
configured.
* And I'd like to take the opportunity to specifically mention
Zbigniew for his great contributions. Zbigniew, you rock!
Contributions from: Andrew Eikum, Christian Hesse, Colin
Guthrie, Daniel J Walsh, Dave Reisner, Eelco Dolstra, Ferenc
Wágner, Kay Sievers, Lennart Poettering, Lukas Nykryn,
Mantas Mikulėnas, Martin Mikkelsen, Martin Pitt, Michael
Olbrich, Michael Stapelberg, Sebastian Ott, Thomas Bächler,
Umut Tezduyar, Wulf C. Krueger, Zbigniew Jędrzejewski-Szmek,
Сковорода Никита Андреевич
CHANGES WITH 194:
* If /etc/vconsole.conf is non-existent or empty we will no
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......@@ -20,7 +20,7 @@
AC_PREREQ([2.64])
AC_INIT([systemd],
[194],
[195],
[http://bugs.freedesktop.org/enter_bug.cgi?product=systemd],
[systemd],
[http://www.freedesktop.org/wiki/Software/systemd])
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