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Announcing Sysdig 0.2.0

Even if we’re still on the 0.x series of sysdig, starting from this release we are adopting semantic versioning (http://semver.org/) so it will be easier to identify bug fix releases.

Bug Fixes

  • Support Debian 7 as a host for the sysdig Docker container
  • Minor bugfixes

New and updated features

  • Port numbers will be automatically converted to service names (according to the services file on your platform) unless -N is specified
  • New filter field fd.proto: matches the protocol (either client or server) of the fd
  • New filter field fd.cproto: for TCP/UDP FDs, the client protocol
  • New filter field fd.sproto: for TCP/UDP FDs, server protocol
  • New filter field fd.lproto: for TCP/UDP FDs, the local protocol
  • New filter field fd.rproto: for TCP/UDP FDs, the remote protocol
  • New events: semop, semctl, ppoll
  • Docker image now includes the RUN label to make it easier to run sysdig on Atomic Linux

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Support

Community support is available on the sysdig mailing list.

Bugs and issues can be submitted through github.




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