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vmtouch-1.3.0-bp153.1.16 RPM for aarch64

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Name: vmtouch Distribution: SUSE Linux Enterprise 15 SP3
Version: 1.3.0 Vendor: openSUSE
Release: bp153.1.16 Build date: Sat Mar 6 18:33:49 2021
Group: System/Utilities Build host: obs-arm-9
Size: 86354 Source RPM: vmtouch-1.3.0-bp153.1.16.src.rpm
Summary: Portable file system cache diagnostics and control
A tool for learning about and controlling the file system
cache of unix and unix-like systems.






* Wed Jul 12 2017
  - Update to version 1.3.0
  - * New switch: "-b <file>". This enables "batch mode" where the
      list of files to crawl is read from the specified file
      (Thanks Tw)
    * New switch: "-0". When this is enabled, the files in
      "batch mode" are separated by NUL bytes instead of newlines
    * New switch: "-F". Prevents vmtouch from traversing separate
      filesystems (requested by mailinglists35)
    * Lots of updates to the debian packaging (Thanks anarcat)
    * Use standard path for manpages (Thanks anarcat)
    * On linux, if an open fails due to EPERM then try again
      without O_NOATIME
* Fri Jan 13 2017
  - Update to version 1.2.0
    * -i feature which lets you ignore entire files and directories
      (Thanks Etienne Bruines)
    * -I feature which lets you only process filenames matching
      certain patterns.
    * Both -i and -I support wildcards
    * Specify C99 standard during compile (Thanks ecebuzz)
    * Better error checking for extremely large values to command
      line parameters (Thanks Matthew Fernandez)
    * Fix some boundary conditions in the range support added
      in 1.0.1 (Thanks Justas LaviĊĦius)
    * On Linux, support touching/evicting/displaying block devices
      directly. This displays the underlying buffer cache, not the
      filesystem cache (Thanks to maq123 for the suggestion)
    * On Linux, open files with O_NOATIME so that we don't cause
      unnecessary disk activity recording access times
      (Thanks Mat R.)
    * Replaces a stat() call with an fstat() call which is slightly
      more efficient.
    * Skipped symlinks are no longer included in total file count
    * Closes file descriptors after locking memory since there is
      no need to keep them open. This makes it less likely you will
      hit the RLIMIT_NOFILE when using -l or -L.
    * file (Thanks to Artem Sheremet for the idea and
      to Vladimir Kotal for Solaris tuning info)
* Tue Mar 22 2016
  - Initial release



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