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Fri Oct  3 23:48:37 CEST 2014 - dsterba@suse.cz

- 2.1.13
  - btrace2fio: new tool to turn trace into fio job file
  - basic dedupe support, job config, standalone tool

Fri Sep 12 22:57:48 CEST 2014 - dsterba@suse.cz

- 2.1.12
  - Add support for HDFS IO engine
  - misc ioengine fixes

Wed Jul 30 11:52:33 CEST 2014 - dsterba@suse.cz

- 2.1.7
  * file append support
- 2.1.8
  * mixed commandline and global options support
  * fixes for s390
- 2.1.9
  * assorted bugfixes
- 2.1.10
  * glusterfs support
  * aarch64 support
- 2.1.11
  * configurable support for gfapi/rbd
  * server protocol update
  * add log_offset
  * removed --latency-log
  * direct io fo glusterfs
  * iolog: logging improvements (compression) and fixes

Mon Mar 10 13:12:48 UTC 2014 - bahid@emc.com

- update to
  * Full support for IPv6 for the net I/O engine. 
  * Windows threading fixes. 
  * Support for ranges in the 'startdelay' option. 
  * Adds rbd (rados block device) engine support. 
  * Various fixes for blktrace playback on Linux. 
  * Adds OpenBSD support. 
  * An option added to manually seed random generators. 
  * Various client/server fixes. 
  * A fix for a crash on some file locking options. 
  * Adds support for fast software-based xxhash, and support for testing checksum speeds. 
  * A fix for not always honoring the 'openfiles' setting. 
  * Support for setting policy on how to distribute CPUs set for jobs. 
  * Support for data retention testing with verify

Tue Dec 17 19:38:48 UTC 2013 - termim@gmail.com

- Add HOWTO (job file description) to the docs

Thu Dec  5 20:33:41 UTC 2013 - termim@gmail.com

- update to 2.1.4:
  * adds JSON output for client/server
  * fix for Windows build breakage in the previous release
  * fix for ioengine specific options
  * adds support for O_ATOMIC atomic writes on Linux
  * failsafe check for realloc() failure during logging
  * fix for a Solaris thread problem
  * various man page and documentation updates
  * fix for a crash on PowerPC without the mfspr instruction

Wed Aug  7 21:17:36 UTC 2013 - pascal.bleser@opensuse.org

- update to 2.1.2:
  * adds basic support for an ACT (aerospike) profile
  * fixes atomic write support
  * adds various parsing fixes
  * makes a big revamp of the included graphing support
  * makes the IOPS log includes bandwidth
  * adds support for specific randomness settings for both reads and writes
  * adds support for random vs. sequential blocksize settings
  * fixes a potential verification failure
  * adds multicast support for the net ioengine

Fri May 24 04:12:26 UTC 2013 - Greg.Freemyer@gmail.com

- update to 2.1
  * Integration of the gfio GTK frontend. 
  * Better Android integration.
  * The initial file fill honors data compression settings.
  * An option for controlling randomness of I/O (percentage_random) instead of being fully random or fully sequential.
  * Fixes a bug in uneven pattern sizes for verification.
  * Various other important fixes
- start calling ./configure as now described in README
- put the newly included gfio into it's own dedicated sub-package
- add BuildRequres zlib-devel to support compression capability for gfio support
- add BuildRequres gtk2-devel for gfio support

Mon Apr  8 14:50:47 UTC 2013 - Greg.Freemyer@gmail.com

- update to 2.0.15
  * adds an --eta-newline option to insert ETA new line at fixed intervals. 
  * Fixes for the CPU clock, notably PPC. 
  * Fixes for workloads with read/write file locking.
  * A fix for skewed latencies with rated IOPS. 
  * Fixes a bug with block sizes varying more than 64x. 
  * Improves the LFSR implementation. 
  * Fixes missing JSON bandwidth output. 
  * Various fixes for the Android platform. 
  * Fixes man page installation. 
  * Other bugfixes and improvements.
- remove fio-2.0.14-fix-configure.patch, now in upstream
- change Recommends gnuplot to Suggests gnuplot, based on end user feedback

Mon Mar 25 17:49:10 UTC 2013 - Greg.Freemyer@gmail.com

- update to 2.0.14
  * Autodetect features with a new configure script when building. 
  * Improve ETA for some workloads. 
  * Support for verify mode that requires no metadata, greatly reducing memory requirements for big device verify workloads. 
  * Ensures fsync is always done, even for direct/raw I/O (if asked to). 
  * Support for unified read/write/trim reporting. 
  * A few axmap and cpuclock bugfixes. 
  * Fixes zones and numjobs used together. 
  * Adds support for idle profiling, showing idle system CPU when running a workload. 
  * Many other fixes; all users should upgrade
- added patch to fix new configure logic introduced by upstream in 2.0.14
  * fio-2.0.14-fix-configure.patch

Mon Feb 04 04:49:00 UTC 2013 - bahid@emc.com

- update to 2.0.13:
  * Fix potential null pointer dereference on verify and requeue events
  * server: move fio_net_cmd to the end of fio_net_int_cmd
  * Use variable[] instead of GCC variable[0] syntax
  * Enable -ffast-math
  * time: convert to uint64_t
  * Use uintptr_t for engine data
  * Start of transition from unsigned long long to uint64_t
  * zipf/pareto: use min of file size and io size for init
  * zipf/pareto: use size= if given, not always device size
  * libaio: use container_of() instead of silly casting
  * gettime: even rounding, don't always round up
  * Move 'tsc_reliable' outside of ARCH_HAVE_CPU_CLOCK
  * implement get_cpu_clock() for s390/s390x
  * clock: turn expensive division into multiply + cheap division
  * t/axmap: update tester for lfsr_init() taking a seed argument
  * Include <stdint.h> before checking __WORDSIZE
- Fio
  * Add return statements to arch_init functions for ia64 and ppc.
  * Use clock_gettime() for CPU clock calibration
  * Consistently indent using tabs in Windows files and remove trailing spaces.
  * Create a new Windows installer product GUID for 2.0.12.
  * Fix $(CC) override: use system compiler except on HP-UX and Solaris.
- Fio
  * Fixup CPUID for 32-bit x86
- Fio 2.0.12
  * windowsaio: fix typo
  * gettime: make last_cycles thread local too
  * gettime: use pthread_{set,get}specific() for TLS
  * gettime: fix race/bug with threads and time keeping
  * Add --cpuclock-test and clocksource= option help
  * gettime: include per-cpu clock calibration in cpu clock test
  * gettime: locking fix and debug check for identical sequence
  * cpu clock: add independent test for monotonic/sane TSC
  * clock: ensure that we re-init if the clocksource changes from the default
  * obinject: fixup ->file_data breakage
  * file: unify ->file_data and ->file_pos
  * file hash: don't close file fd on lookup/add race
  * cpu clock: round up when dividing by samples
  * Define TSC arch_init() for PPC and IA64
  * gettime: fix CPU calibration reported mean
  * gettime: calibration rounding error
  * Increase CPU clock calibration accuracy
  * Add check for invariant TSC on x86 and use TSC is default clock if reliable
  * windowsaio: create a single completion port during init, associate files during Document the ioengine=net pingpong= option
  * Fix windows out-of-memory handling
  * Free io_u related structures before killing IO engine
  * windowsaio: initialize and map windowsaio IO structure to io_u
  * parser: always match the correct option length for posval options
  * Fix man page indentation
  * lfsr: add HOWTO and man page documentation
  * lfsr: ensure that the cycle follows the randrepeat= setting
  * Name the various random offsets we use
  * Revert "Change preferred default clocksource to gettimeofday()"
  * engines/net.c: fix compilation error due to missing signal.h include
  * Wire up SIGUSR2 to kill blocking threads
  * Change preferred default clocksource to gettimeofday()
  * Cache layout improvements
  * net: fix receiver start time
  * net: add basic ping/pong type workload support
  * verify: treat as failure if given verify type is different from media
  * net: sent udp open messages
  * Merge branch 'rand-map'
  * solaris: enable fadvise()
  * Fix broken 'norandommap' rand-map
  * parse: fix wrong "might be used unitialized" warning on some compilers
  * Wire up _weak posix_fadvise()
  * net: set runstate to SETTING_UP while waiting for a connection
  * net: exit on WAITALL and !ret
  * net: fix segfault with receiver, tcp, and no hostname set
  * libfio: don't sent KILL signal to own process from signal handler
  * Rename the bitmap to axmap
  * bitmap: fix off-by-8 allocation error
  * Fix windowsaio IO error handling and document device write access issue on WindoFix compile for older Linux without mmap MAP_HUGETLB
  * lfsr: crank it 128 times before using the sequence
  * Ensure that lfsr_init() is always called
  * Add LFSR generator
  * Restore BUSY_OK bypassing of bitmap
  * Kill now unused bitmap defines from legacy code
  * bitmap: kill debug code
  * bitmap: fix bit_masks[] for 32-bit compiles
  * Rework file random map
  * Add support for Android
  * memory: wire up mmap huge page support
  * Use unique seed for zipf/pareto init if rand_repeat is not set
  * Generate a new Windows installer product code for 2.0.11.
  * Add more examples to the Windows installer.
- Fio 2.0.11
  * Document random distribution
  * Disable random map automatically if a non-uniform random distribution is given
  * genzipf: add help/usage screen (-h)
  * Get rid of -fno-omit-frame-pointer
  * t/genzfip: add -c option for csv output
  * server: properly reset stat_number in fio_reset_state()
  * client/server: fixup "All clients" reporting

Thu Oct 18 22:05:57 UTC 2012 - pascal.bleser@opensuse.org

- update to 2.0.10:
  * support for trim as a primary IO directive
  * addition of the JSON output format for easy parsing by both humans and
  * fixes for engine starvation for extraordinarily long latencies
  * fallocate() fixes
  * fixes for netio compatibility
  * add support for SIGBREAK
  * the critical error list is now configurable
  * three new IO engines were provided: falloc, e4defrag, and Fusion-io atomic
    write engine
  * a new sample job file was provided for SSD steady state performance

Tue Oct 16 21:04:58 UTC 2012 - Greg.Freemyer@gmail.com

- correct License to GPLv2, not GPLv2+  (bnc#783876)

Fri Oct  5 19:49:11 UTC 2012 - Greg.Freemyer@gmail.com

- update to 2.0.9
   * A fix for premature freeing of disk utilization structures, and missing
     locking of the same.
   * fio dumps current progress if sent a USR1 signal.
   * Includes git version in version output.
   * A fix for a crash with more than ~500 jobs. 
   * Man page updates.
   * A fix for wrap-around behavior for time-based sequential read jobs.
   * A fix for a "file hash not empty" warning on blktrace replay.
   * A fix for compilation on the MIPS architecture.
   * Improved display of commit-rate while running.
   * A fix for fallocate failing on some Linux systems.
   * Includes an end-of-run timestamp in output

Sat Apr 14 16:01:14 UTC 2012 - pascal.bleser@opensuse.org

- update to 2.0.7:
  * fixes the terse output when used with a description field
  * enhances display of reaped threads (indicating whether they exited
    normally, were killed, or died due to a signal)
  * removes the assert which could occasionally trigger on verify overwrites
  * fixes the "Group run status" aggrb field

Fri Mar 30 11:40:00 UTC 2012 - pascal.bleser@opensuse.org

- update to 2.0.6:
  * a new offset_increment option to more easily be able to have different
    threads use different regions of a file/device
  * a new buffer_compression_percentage option enabling the user to specify the
    compression ratio to expect from the data written by fio
  * a fix for a segfault caused by invalid verification job files
  * a few client/server bugfixes
  * a fix for a bug that caused early termination of fio with verify_backlog
  * a fix for a problem with iodepth_batch_complete=0 and accounting
  * enables read/write sequential offset to be a non-multiple of the block size

- changes from 2.0.5:
  * a bug affecting IOPS logging was fixed

Sun Feb 26 17:01:51 UTC 2012 - pascal.bleser@opensuse.org

- update to 2.0.4: too many changes to list, consult documentation

Fri Sep 30 07:02:37 UTC 2011 - pascal.bleser@opensuse.org

- update to 1.58:
  * adds an RDMA IO engine
  * adds support for direct userspace reaping of completed events with libaio
    IO engine
  * ensures that bool options also work if given a parameter
  * adds support for "holed" IO patterns
  * fixes a latency reporting bug
  * fixes a disk utilization bug for delayed jobs
  * adds resolution support to fio_generate_plots
  * fixes summed computation of standard deviation
  * adds completion latency percentile support
  * fixes lots of other minor bugs

Fri Jul 22 11:26:27 UTC 2011 - pascal.bleser@opensuse.org

- update to 1.57:
  * fixes an infinite loop on platforms with very limited number of AIO request
    depth support
  * fixes an issue with killing of threads that haven't started yet

Mon May 30 22:17:55 UTC 2011 - pascal.bleser@opensuse.org

- update to 1.55:
  * an issue was fixed with the splice IO engine, in which it didn't work
    correctly on file systems that did not support O_DIRECT
  * an issue was fixed where IO could span two separate regions, causing write
    verify failures

Fri May 13 06:42:51 UTC 2011 - pascal.bleser@opensuse.org

- update to 1.54:
  * a 32-bit randomness problem has been fixed
  * a crash with giving a bad --ioengine command line option has been fixed

Fri May 06 06:28:09 UTC 2011 - pascal.bleser@opensuse.org

- update to 1.53:
  * this is a maintenance release, fixing a few important bugs
  * the runtime option was broken due to a bad change
- fix compiling with optflags

Fri Apr 29 22:50:01 UTC 2011 - pascal.bleser@opensuse.org

- update to 1.52:
  * an end-of-job slowdown for big random workloads was fixed
  * support was added for running multiple sections at the time with the
    --section option
  * a parser bug with range options and size postfix was fixed
  * an internal random generator is now used for IO offsets

- changes from 1.50:
  * new features for blktrace replay
  * fixes a slowdown bug in the posixaio engine
  * adds a binject I/O engine
  * adds support for TRIM/DISCARD operations
  * extends I/O verification to dump good and bad data on failure for better
    post mortem analysis
  * various speedups and optimizations
  * a lot of obscure bugs have been found and fixed

Fri Jun 18 18:03:15 UTC 2010 - pascal.bleser@opensuse.org

- update to 1.41:
  * adds support for explicit clocksources
  * speeds random buffer fills
  * improves ETA calculation for workloads using "fill_device"
  * fixes a bug with --section matching
  * adds improvements for verifying workloads
  * add support for offloading "verify" to dedicated threads
  * fixes strict non-overlap random workloads
  * fixes a bug in matching strings in the parser

- update to 1.38:
  * fixes a bug in sha256 that prevented it from doing correct verifies
  * fixes a bug with mixed block size ranges and verify
  * now uses the minimum block size as the verify interval
  * command size length was increased
  * initial support for benchmark profiles was added ('tiobench' is now such a
  * a few parser bugs were fixed
  * support for 'sync_file_range()' on Linux
  * a few places where errors would not get reported were fixed
  * overhead of the IO path was reduced in a few places

Tue Feb 23 20:20:51 UTC 2010 - pascal.bleser@opensuse.org

- update to 1.37:
  * a bug in sha256 calculation was fixed
  * bad use of lstat(), causing problems with links to devices, was fixed
  * a specific fallocate() control switch was added
  * CPU utilization of sequential sync IO was reduced

- changes from 1.36:
  * simple math support and reserved keywords were added to job
  * initial support for benchmark profiles was added
  * support for cgroup based IO controllers on Linux was added
  * verify failure logging was improved
  * a bug with rate IO and queuing IO engines was fixed

Thu Nov  5 09:23:24 UTC 2009 - pascal.bleser@opensuse.org

- update to 1.35:
  * fixes some parser bugs
  * fixes the shared memory allocator
  * reserved keywords are now supported in job files
  * a few fixes were made for verifying workloads
  * fixed a hang when resolving component devices of md/dm arrays
  * IO log replay fixes and additions were made
  * fixed a hang due to an incorrect mutex clock source
  * added support for wider than 32-bit pattern verifies
  * fixed a few races when using async verifier threads
  * fixed a hang with the async engine and IO depth batch settings

Fri Jul 10 00:00:00 CEST 2009 - pascal.bleser@opensuse.org

- update to 1.31:
  * fixes completion latency numbers (they would read 0)
  * fixes an alignment bug
  * improves the speed of the mmap engine on 64-bit architectures
  * adds support for asynchronous "verify" offload threads to speed "verify"

- changes from 1.29:
  * fixes and improvements for the IO limiting rate option
  * fix for submission latency numbers in some cases
  * fix for a bug in the job parser that would sometimes truncate the postfix
    value when multiple values were given
  * a continue_on_error option was added to allow a job to keep running if it
    sees non-fatal errors
  * a bug in the mmap engine with large files and 32-bit machines was fixed
  * support for fdatasync() was added with the fdatasync option
  * an iomem_align option was added for fine-grained control over IO buffer
    memory alignment
  * the pre_read option was fixed and no longer attempts to pre-read on IO
    engines that cannot seek

Wed Jun  3 00:00:00 CEST 2009 - pascal.bleser@opensuse.org

- update to 1.27:
  * corruption of submission/completion latency logs for shared files was fixed
  * blocksizes are included in latency logs
  * a "pre_read" option was added to pre-read files into memory before starting
    the job
  * exec_prerun/postrun now invokes a shell
  * accuracy of disk util stats was improved
  * large files are supported with an mmap engine on 32-bit architectures
  * ETA stats were improved with better throughput reporting, and IOPS
    reporting was added there too
  * the man page was fixed based on lintian

Wed Apr 22 00:00:00 CEST 2009 - pascal.bleser@opensuse.org

- update to 1.26:
  * a crash with multiple files for a job was fixed
  * reporting of throughput was corrected, as it was sometimes off by about
  * IO logging is allowed for diskless engines
  * support was added for different weights for reads and writes with the
    bssplit= option
  * a crash with engines not supporting get_file_size() was fixed
  * a sample SSD performance analysis job was added
  * a problem was fixed with IO offsets sometimes being too large, causing
    early exit of failed IO verification

Tue Feb 10 00:00:00 CET 2009 - guru@unixtech.be

- update to 1.24:
  * UDP support to the network IO engine
  * gettimeofday() optimizations
  * fixes a bug related to crashing the parser
  * fixes various bugs in the shared memory allocator
  * fixes /tmp file leaks
  * fixes CPU mask options on large systems

Fri Oct 10 00:00:00 CEST 2008 - guru@unixtech.be

- update to 1.22:
  * adds support for hardware accelerated CRC-32 calculation for verification
    (on supported Intel platforms w/SSE4.2)
  * adds option priorities to get rid of manual option ordering
  * increase the range of the smalloc allocator
  * adds a ramp time option to allow job warm up before doing any measurements
  * adds support for detailing RAID/LVM component utilization
  * many little bugfixes

Sat Jun  7 00:00:00 CEST 2008 - guru@unixtech.be

- new upstream version

Wed Apr 30 00:00:00 CEST 2008 - guru@unixtech.be

- new upstream version

Mon Feb 18 00:00:00 CET 2008 - guru@unixtech.be

- new upstream version

Tue Feb  5 00:00:00 CET 2008 - guru@unixtech.be

- new upstream version

Fri Feb  1 00:00:00 CET 2008 - guru@unixtech.be

- new upstream version

Sun Dec 30 00:00:00 CET 2007 - guru@unixtech.be

- moved to benchmark

Tue Oct 30 00:00:00 CET 2007 - guru@unixtech.be

- moved to openSUSE Build Service
- new upstream version

Wed Aug 15 00:00:00 CEST 2007 - guru@unixtech.be

- new upstream version

Tue Jun 19 00:00:00 CEST 2007 - guru@unixtech.be

- new upstream version

Wed Apr 25 00:00:00 CEST 2007 - guru@unixtech.be

- new upstream version

Wed Mar 28 00:00:00 CEST 2007 - guru@unixtech.be

- new upstream version

Wed Mar 14 00:00:00 CET 2007 - guru@unixtech.be

- new upstream version
- CHANGES: group reporting was added for better handling of large jobs
- CHANGES: error handling and reporting were improved
- CHANGES: IOPS reporting was added
- CHANGES: handling an arbitrary number of files is supported
- CHANGES: the 'opendir' option was added for opening a full tree
- CHANGES: lots of bugfixes, improvements, and cleanups were done

Sat Mar  3 00:00:00 CET 2007 - guru@unixtech.be

- new upstream version

Fri Dec 22 00:00:00 CET 2006 - guru@unixtech.be

- new upstream version

Fri Nov 10 00:00:00 CET 2006 - guru@unixtech.be

- new upstream version

Mon Oct 23 00:00:00 CEST 2006 - guru@unixtech.be

- new upstream version

Thu Aug 31 00:00:00 CEST 2006 - guru@unixtech.be

- dropped stonewall patch, was merged upstream
- new upstream version

Wed Jun 14 00:00:00 CEST 2006 - guru@unixtech.be

- new upstream version

Mon Jun  5 00:00:00 CEST 2006 - guru@unixtech.be

- new upstream version

Fri May  5 00:00:00 CEST 2006 - guru@unixtech.be

- added binary stripping on SUSE < 9.3
- removed Packager and Distribution, injected by rpmmacros
- new upstream version

Wed Dec  7 00:00:00 CET 2005 - guru@unixtech.be

- new package