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Isoqlog 2.0beta

What is Isoqlog?

Isoqlog is an MTA log analysis program written in C.  It designed to scan qmail, 
postfix, sendmail logfile and produce usage statistics in HTML format for viewing 
through a  browser. It produces Top domains output according to Sender, Receiver, 
Total mails and bytes; it keeps your main domain mail statistics with regard to 
Days Top Domain, Top Users values for per day, per month and years.


* Multi MTA support(qmail (multilog and syslog), postfix, sendmail)
* Multi-domain support: Shows quite detailed statistics for not only your main domain, 
but also, any domain you want.
* Displays statistics for common mail delivery errors.
* For each domain you specify; displays Top incoming, outgoing, total and byte 
based statistics for users.
* Displays server's activity based on incoming, outgoing, total mails and 
size of incoming mail, for domain  and its users.
* All days', all months', all years' activities (above ones) are stored 
for future inspection.
* Multi-language Support (Turkish, English, German, Portuguese, Spanish, 
Italian, French, Swedish, Dutch, Polish, Norwegian)


You can see the ChangeLog file
to see what has changed since the initial release.


You can download EnderUNIX Isoqlog from EnderUNIX or


openMosix 2.4.17-2 (2.4.17-pthreads)

Hello everybody, 

I released today 2.4.17-2 (also called 2.4.17-pthreads because it finally 
gives full compatibility with the pthreads library) with the following changelog:

- fixed too many open files problem (re-appeared after being fixed in 2.4.16)
- fixed libpthread segmentation fault problem
- Fixed a few races in old MFS code
- Made load balancing smoother
- Made yardstick 1000Mhz

Go get your pre-chewed rpms from or hand-roll 
your own kernel by downloading the source from CVS. Please do not mix versions 
within your cluster, in the best of cases, migration will simply not work. 
Report any bugs to the openMosix mailing list. 

Many thanks

Moshe Bar