File iperf.changes of Package iperf

Thu Jan  8 12:57:18 UTC 2015 -

- iperf 3.0.10, user-visible changes:
  * UDP tests now honor the -w option for setting the socket buffer
    sizes (issue #219).

Fri Dec 26 16:14:38 UTC 2014 -

- Apply profiling patch whenever %optflags includes -fomit-frame-pointer

Thu Jul 17 20:12:49 UTC 2014 -

- iperf 3.0.9
  * Bug fixes

Thu Jul 17 20:12:49 UTC 2014 -

- iperf 3.0.5
  * A timing issue which caused measurement intervals to be wrong
    with TCP tests on lossy networks has been fixed
  * It is now possible to get (most of) the server-side output at
    the client by using the --get-server-output flag
  * A number of bugs with --json output have been fixed
- rebased iperf-3.0.2_disable-profiling.patch on 3.0.5 code
  (now is iperf-3.0.5_disable-profiling.patch)

Wed Mar 26 19:30:51 UTC 2014 -

- iperf 3.0.3
  * Summary structures in the JSON output are now included, even if
    there is only one stream. 
  * A possible buffer overflow in iperf_error.c has been fixed
    (replaced iperf-3.0.2_strncat_bufferoverflow.patch)
  * Example programs now build correctly
- clean spec

Tue Mar 25 11:24:38 UTC 2014 -

- iperf project moved from SourceForge to Google Code and now to GitHub.
  License changed from NCSA to BDS-3-Clause

- Update to 3.0.2
This version, sometimes referred to as iperf3, is a redesign of an original
version developed at NLANR/DAST. iperf3 is a new implementation from scratch, 
with the goal of a smaller, simpler code base, and a library version of the 
functionality that can be used in other programs. iperf3 also a number of 
features found in other tools such as nuttcp and netperf, but were missing 
from the original iperf. These include, for example, a zero-copy mode and 
optional JSON output.

Note that iperf3 is NOT backwards compatible with the original iperf.

- Added iperf-3.0.2_strncat_bufferoverflow.patch:
  * Prevent buffer overflow in strncat

- Added iperf-3.0.2_disable-profiling.patch:
  * Disable profiling on x86 (option '-pg' is incompatible with invoked
    option '-fomit-frame-pointer')

- Changes in 3.0.2
  * iperf3 now builds on Linux systems that do not support
    TCP_CONGESTION.  Most notably this allows iperf3 to work on CentOS
  * An abort on MacOS 10.9 has been fixed (issue #135).
  * Added -I flag for the server to write a PID file, mostly useful for
    daemon mode (issue #120).
  * A bug that could break some TCP tests on FreeBSD has been fixed.
  * TCP snd_cwnd output is now printed by default on Linux (issue #99).
  * In JSON output, the --title string no longer has a colon and two
    spaces appended (issue #139).
  * A buffer for holding formatted numeric values is now
    properly-sized so that output is not truncated (issue #142).
  * Some memory leaks have been fixed.
  * A -d flag enables debugging output.
  * libtoolize is now invoked correctly from the script.
  * The test unit format can now be set from the API (issue #144).
  * libiperf is now built as both shared and static libraries.

- Changes in 3.0.1
  * Added the following new flags
     -D, --daemon	       run server as a daemon
     -L, --flowlabel           set IPv6 flow label (Linux only)
     -C, --linux-congestion    set congestion control algorithm (Linux only)
     -k, --blockcount #[KMG]   number of blocks (packets) to transmit
     	 	      	       (instead of -t or -n)
  * Bug fixes

- Changes in 3.0-RC5
  * Added the following new flags
     -F, --file name           xmit/recv the specified file
     -A, --affinity n/n,m      set CPU affinity (Linux only)
     -J, --json                output in JSON format
     -Z, --zerocopy            use a 'zero copy' method of sending data
     -O, --omit N              omit the first n seconds
     -T, --title str           prefix every output line with this string
  * more useful information in 'verbose' mode
  * Many bug fixes

- Changes in 3.0b4
  * Added support for binding to a specific interface (-B)
  * Added support for IPv6 mode (-6)
  * Setting TCP window size (-w) is now supported
  * Updates to iperf_error
      * Added new errors
      * Should generate more relavent messages
  * Stream list now managed by queue.h macros
  * Test structures are now kept intact after a test is run (for API users)
  * Improved interval timer granularity
      * Support for decimal values
  * Many bug fixes

- Changes in 3.0b3
  * Better error handling
      * All errors now handled with iperf_error()
      * All functions that can return errors return NULL or -1 on error and set i_errno appropriately
  * Iperf API intruduced
      * Support for adding new protocols
      * Added support for callback functions
          * on_connect - executes after a connection is made to the server
          * on_new_stream - executes after a new stream is created
          * on_test_start - executes right before the test begins
          * on_test_finish - executes after the test is finished
  * Added early support for verbose mode (-V)

- Changes in 3.0b2
  * UDP mode now supported
      * Support for setting bandwidth (-b)
      * Parallel UDP stream support
      * Reverse mode UDP support
  * Support for setting TCP_NODELAY (-N), disabling Nagle's Algorithm
  * Support for setting TCP MSS (-M)
      * Note: This feature is still in development. It is still very buggy.

- Changes in 3.0b1
  * TCP control socket now manages messages between client and server
  * Dynamic server (gets test parameters from client)
      * Server can now set test options dynamically without having to restart.
          * Currently supported options: -l, -t, -n, -P, -R
          * Future options: -u, -b, -w, -M, -N, -I, -T, -Z, -6
  * Results exchange
      * Client can now see server results (and vice versa)
  * Reverse mode (-R)
      * Server sends, client receives

Fri Jun 22 13:59:52 UTC 2012 -

- disable _service file for factory update
- update license to be conform

Fri Aug 27 18:18:45 UTC 2010 -

- Update to 2.0.5
  * bumped default TCP send/recv buffer to 128K (this is not the
    kernel buffer that controls the window, but rather the Iperf
    internal buffer)
  * honor -i flag when for a server (-s) when using TCP
  * Exit rather than warn on connection failure
  * Reduce CPU usage
  * "neater" output for some units, eg Kbps, Mbps, Gbps
  * addresses some typos
  * prevent underflow when the amount of data to be
    transmitted (-n) is not a multiple of the buffer size (-l)
  * print report headers only once
  * use appropriate report header for UDP tests
- Cleaned with spec-cleaner

Tue Mar 30 13:03:23 UTC 2010 -

- Initial package, version 2.0.4
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