collectd 5.4.0-3ubuntu2.2 source package in Ubuntu

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collectd (5.4.0-3ubuntu2.2) trusty; urgency=medium

  * debian/patches:
    - Added bts770688_snmp_memleak: backport of upstream fix for a memory
      leak in the SNMP plugin, which is included in 5.4.1-6 unstable;
      thanks to Marc Fournier for reporting this. (LP: #1566890)

 -- Akiko Kanno <email address hidden>  Wed, 06 Apr 2016 15:12:55 +0200

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collectd: statistics collection and monitoring daemon

 collectd is a small daemon which collects system information periodically and
 provides mechanisms to monitor and store the values in a variety of ways.
 Since the daemon doesn't need to startup every time it wants to update the
 values it's very fast and easy on the system. Also, the statistics are very
 fine grained since the files are updated every 10 seconds by default.
 .
 The collected information can be used to find current performance bottlenecks
 (performance analysis) and predict future system load (capacity planning).
 .
 This package provides a full installation of the daemon, including the
 configuration. For the core system, see the "collectd-core" package, which
 allows sites to, e.g., provide customizations (like a custom default
 configuration) on top of it without having to modify the "collectd" package.

collectd-core: statistics collection and monitoring daemon (core system)

 collectd is a small daemon which collects system information periodically and
 provides mechanisms to monitor and store the values in a variety of ways.
 Since the daemon doesn't need to startup every time it wants to update the
 values it's very fast and easy on the system. Also, the statistics are very
 fine grained since the files are updated every 10 seconds by default.
 .
 The collected information can be used to find current performance bottlenecks
 (performance analysis) and predict future system load (capacity planning).
 .
 This package contains the main program file and the plugins listed below (some
 of those plugins require additional libraries - for more details see
 /usr/share/doc/collectd-core/README.Debian.plugins) but no configuration. For
 a full installation (including configuration), see the "collectd" package.
 This package allows sites to, e.g., provide customizations (like a custom
 default configuration) on top of it without having to modify the "collectd"
 package.
 .
   * AMQP output plugin: amqp
   * Apache and lighttpd statistics provided by mod_status: apache
   * APC UPS's charge, load, input/output/battery voltage, etc.: apcups
   * Ascent server statistics: ascent
   * battery status: battery
   * bind9 name-server and zone statistics: bind
   * CGroups resource usage: cgroups
   * connection tracking table size: conntrack
   * number of context switches done by the operating system: contextswitch
   * CPU utilization: cpu
   * CPU frequency: cpufreq
   * output to comma separated values (CSV) files: csv
   * parse statistics from websites: curl
   * parse JSON files: curl_json
   * parse XML data: curl_xml
   * query data from a relational database: dbi
   * disk space usage: df
   * disk and partition throughput: disk
   * DNS traffic information: dns
   * E-Mail statistics (count, traffic, spam scores and checks): email
   * amount of available entropy: entropy
   * execution of external programs: exec
   * count the number of files in directories: filecount
   * Linux file-system based caching framework statistics: fscache
   * query data from Java processes using JMX: GenericJMX (Java based plugin)
   * Receive and interpret Ganglia multicast traffic: gmond
   * harddisk temperature: hddtemp
   * network traffic: interface
   * IPMI sensors information: ipmi
   * iptables statistics: iptables
   * IPVS connection statistics: ipvs
   * IRQ counters: irq
   * embedded Java Virtual Machine: java
   * CPU, disk, network statistics of guest systems: libvirt
   * system load averages: load
   * logging to files, STDOUT and STDERR: logfile
   * Logical Volume Manager usage: lvm
   * Atheros wireless LAN chipset statistics: madwifi
   * motherboard monitor: mbmon
   * Query and parse data from a memcache daemon: memcachec
   * statistics of the memcached distributed caching system: memcached
   * memory usage: memory
   * read values from Modbus/TCP enabled devices: modbus
   * statistics from mon.itor.us: Monitorus (Perl based plugin)
   * multimeter statistics: multimeter
   * MySQL statistics provided by MySQL's "show status" command: mysql
   * detailed Linux network interface and routing statistics: netlink
   * IO via the network: network
   * NFS utilization: nfs
   * Nginx (a HTTP and E-Mail server/proxy) statistics: nginx
   * send desktop notifications to a notification daemon: notify_desktop
   * send notification E-mails: notify_email
   * NTP daemon's local clock drift, offset to peers, etc.: ntpd
   * UPS information: nut
   * Optimized Link State Routing daemon statistics: olsrd
   * OpenVPN traffic and compression statistics: openvpn
   * OpenVZ statistics: OpenVZ (Perl based plugin)
   * embedded Perl interpreter: perl
   * timing values from Pinba: pinba
   * network latency statistics: ping
   * PostgreSQL database statistics: postgresql
   * PowerDNS name server statistics: powerdns
   * number of processes: processes
   * information about network protocols: protocols
   * embedded Python interpreter: python
   * write data via the RRD accelerator daemon: rrdcached
   * output to RRD files: rrdtool
   * lm_sensors information (e.g. CPU temperature, fan speeds): sensors
   * serial port traffic: serial
   * values from SNMP enabled network devices: snmp
   * aggregate values received with the StatsD protocol: statsd
   * swap usage: swap
   * logging to syslog: syslog
   * parse table-like structured files: table
   * incremental parsing of logfiles: tail
   * incremental parsing of CSV files: tail_csv
   * number of TCP connections to specific ports: tcpconns
   * TeamSpeak2 server statistics: teamspeak2
   * power consumption measurements from "The Energy Detective" (TED): ted
   * Linux ACPI thermal zone information: thermal
   * Check thresholds and for missing values: threshold
   * Tokyo Tyrant server statistics: tokyotyrant
   * external runtime interface: unixsock
   * system uptime: uptime
   * number of users logged into the system: users
   * set the hostname to an unique identifier: uuid
   * Varnish HTTP accelerator daemon statistics: varnish
   * detailed virtual memory statistics: vmem
   * system resources used by Linux-VServers: vserver
   * wireless network stats: wireless
   * send collected values to a graphite server: write_graphite
   * send collected values to a web-server: write_http
   * send collected values to a riemann server: write_riemann

collectd-core-dbgsym: debug symbols for package collectd-core

 collectd is a small daemon which collects system information periodically and
 provides mechanisms to monitor and store the values in a variety of ways.
 Since the daemon doesn't need to startup every time it wants to update the
 values it's very fast and easy on the system. Also, the statistics are very
 fine grained since the files are updated every 10 seconds by default.
 .
 The collected information can be used to find current performance bottlenecks
 (performance analysis) and predict future system load (capacity planning).
 .
 This package contains the main program file and the plugins listed below (some
 of those plugins require additional libraries - for more details see
 /usr/share/doc/collectd-core/README.Debian.plugins) but no configuration. For
 a full installation (including configuration), see the "collectd" package.
 This package allows sites to, e.g., provide customizations (like a custom
 default configuration) on top of it without having to modify the "collectd"
 package.
 .
   * AMQP output plugin: amqp
   * Apache and lighttpd statistics provided by mod_status: apache
   * APC UPS's charge, load, input/output/battery voltage, etc.: apcups
   * Ascent server statistics: ascent
   * battery status: battery
   * bind9 name-server and zone statistics: bind
   * CGroups resource usage: cgroups
   * connection tracking table size: conntrack
   * number of context switches done by the operating system: contextswitch
   * CPU utilization: cpu
   * CPU frequency: cpufreq
   * output to comma separated values (CSV) files: csv
   * parse statistics from websites: curl
   * parse JSON files: curl_json
   * parse XML data: curl_xml
   * query data from a relational database: dbi
   * disk space usage: df
   * disk and partition throughput: disk
   * DNS traffic information: dns
   * E-Mail statistics (count, traffic, spam scores and checks): email
   * amount of available entropy: entropy
   * execution of external programs: exec
   * count the number of files in directories: filecount
   * Linux file-system based caching framework statistics: fscache
   * query data from Java processes using JMX: GenericJMX (Java based plugin)
   * Receive and interpret Ganglia multicast traffic: gmond
   * harddisk temperature: hddtemp
   * network traffic: interface
   * IPMI sensors information: ipmi
   * iptables statistics: iptables
   * IPVS connection statistics: ipvs
   * IRQ counters: irq
   * embedded Java Virtual Machine: java
   * CPU, disk, network statistics of guest systems: libvirt
   * system load averages: load
   * logging to files, STDOUT and STDERR: logfile
   * Logical Volume Manager usage: lvm
   * Atheros wireless LAN chipset statistics: madwifi
   * motherboard monitor: mbmon
   * Query and parse data from a memcache daemon: memcachec
   * statistics of the memcached distributed caching system: memcached
   * memory usage: memory
   * read values from Modbus/TCP enabled devices: modbus
   * statistics from mon.itor.us: Monitorus (Perl based plugin)
   * multimeter statistics: multimeter
   * MySQL statistics provided by MySQL's "show status" command: mysql
   * detailed Linux network interface and routing statistics: netlink
   * IO via the network: network
   * NFS utilization: nfs
   * Nginx (a HTTP and E-Mail server/proxy) statistics: nginx
   * send desktop notifications to a notification daemon: notify_desktop
   * send notification E-mails: notify_email
   * NTP daemon's local clock drift, offset to peers, etc.: ntpd
   * UPS information: nut
   * Optimized Link State Routing daemon statistics: olsrd
   * OpenVPN traffic and compression statistics: openvpn
   * OpenVZ statistics: OpenVZ (Perl based plugin)
   * embedded Perl interpreter: perl
   * timing values from Pinba: pinba
   * network latency statistics: ping
   * PostgreSQL database statistics: postgresql
   * PowerDNS name server statistics: powerdns
   * number of processes: processes
   * information about network protocols: protocols
   * embedded Python interpreter: python
   * write data via the RRD accelerator daemon: rrdcached
   * output to RRD files: rrdtool
   * lm_sensors information (e.g. CPU temperature, fan speeds): sensors
   * serial port traffic: serial
   * values from SNMP enabled network devices: snmp
   * aggregate values received with the StatsD protocol: statsd
   * swap usage: swap
   * logging to syslog: syslog
   * parse table-like structured files: table
   * incremental parsing of logfiles: tail
   * incremental parsing of CSV files: tail_csv
   * number of TCP connections to specific ports: tcpconns
   * TeamSpeak2 server statistics: teamspeak2
   * power consumption measurements from "The Energy Detective" (TED): ted
   * Linux ACPI thermal zone information: thermal
   * Check thresholds and for missing values: threshold
   * Tokyo Tyrant server statistics: tokyotyrant
   * external runtime interface: unixsock
   * system uptime: uptime
   * number of users logged into the system: users
   * set the hostname to an unique identifier: uuid
   * Varnish HTTP accelerator daemon statistics: varnish
   * detailed virtual memory statistics: vmem
   * system resources used by Linux-VServers: vserver
   * wireless network stats: wireless
   * send collected values to a graphite server: write_graphite
   * send collected values to a web-server: write_http
   * send collected values to a riemann server: write_riemann

collectd-dbg: statistics collection and monitoring daemon (debugging symbols)

 collectd is a small daemon which collects system information periodically and
 provides mechanisms to monitor and store the values in a variety of ways.
 Since the daemon doesn't need to startup every time it wants to update the
 values it's very fast and easy on the system. Also, the statistics are very
 fine grained since the files are updated every 10 seconds by default.
 .
 This package contains the debugging symbols.

collectd-dbgsym: debug symbols for package collectd

 collectd is a small daemon which collects system information periodically and
 provides mechanisms to monitor and store the values in a variety of ways.
 Since the daemon doesn't need to startup every time it wants to update the
 values it's very fast and easy on the system. Also, the statistics are very
 fine grained since the files are updated every 10 seconds by default.
 .
 The collected information can be used to find current performance bottlenecks
 (performance analysis) and predict future system load (capacity planning).
 .
 This package provides a full installation of the daemon, including the
 configuration. For the core system, see the "collectd-core" package, which
 allows sites to, e.g., provide customizations (like a custom default
 configuration) on top of it without having to modify the "collectd" package.

collectd-dev: statistics collection and monitoring daemon (development files)

 collectd is a small daemon which collects system information periodically and
 provides mechanisms to monitor and store the values in a variety of ways.
 Since the daemon doesn't need to startup every time it wants to update the
 values it's very fast and easy on the system. Also, the statistics are very
 fine grained since the files are updated every 10 seconds by default.
 .
 This package contains the development files needed to create your own
 plugins.

collectd-utils: statistics collection and monitoring daemon (utilities)

 collectd is a small daemon which collects system information periodically and
 provides mechanisms to monitor and store the values in a variety of ways.
 Since the daemon doesn't need to startup every time it wants to update the
 values it's very fast and easy on the system. Also, the statistics are very
 fine grained since the files are updated every 10 seconds by default.
 .
 This package contains the following utility:
 .
   * collectdctl: Control interface for collectd
   * collectd-nagios: Nagios plugin for querying collectd

collectd-utils-dbgsym: debug symbols for package collectd-utils

 collectd is a small daemon which collects system information periodically and
 provides mechanisms to monitor and store the values in a variety of ways.
 Since the daemon doesn't need to startup every time it wants to update the
 values it's very fast and easy on the system. Also, the statistics are very
 fine grained since the files are updated every 10 seconds by default.
 .
 This package contains the following utility:
 .
   * collectdctl: Control interface for collectd
   * collectd-nagios: Nagios plugin for querying collectd

libcollectdclient-dev: client library for collectd's control interface (development files)

 libcollectdclient provides an API to access the control interface provided by
 the unixsock plugin of collectd, a statistics collection and monitoring
 daemon. It can be used to access values collected by collectd or dispatch new
 values and notifications to the daemon. This allows for integration with
 other applications such as monitoring solutions.
 .
 This package contains the header files and the static library.

libcollectdclient-dev-dbgsym: debug symbols for package libcollectdclient-dev

 libcollectdclient provides an API to access the control interface provided by
 the unixsock plugin of collectd, a statistics collection and monitoring
 daemon. It can be used to access values collected by collectd or dispatch new
 values and notifications to the daemon. This allows for integration with
 other applications such as monitoring solutions.
 .
 This package contains the header files and the static library.

libcollectdclient1: client library for collectd's control interface

 libcollectdclient provides an API to access the control interface provided by
 the unixsock plugin of collectd, a statistics collection and monitoring
 daemon. It can be used to access values collected by collectd or dispatch new
 values and notifications to the daemon. This allows for integration with
 other applications such as monitoring solutions.
 .
 This package contains the shared library.

libcollectdclient1-dbgsym: debug symbols for package libcollectdclient1

 libcollectdclient provides an API to access the control interface provided by
 the unixsock plugin of collectd, a statistics collection and monitoring
 daemon. It can be used to access values collected by collectd or dispatch new
 values and notifications to the daemon. This allows for integration with
 other applications such as monitoring solutions.
 .
 This package contains the shared library.