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Subject: procServ V2.7.0 released
From: Ralph Lange <ralph.lange@gmx.de>
To: EPICS Tech Talk <tech-talk@aps.anl.gov>
Date: Wed, 18 Jan 2017 16:00:21 +0100
Dear All,

I am pleased to announce release 2.7.0 of the process wrapper utility procServ. [1]

The most prominent features are:

  • Allow UNIX domain sockets and TCP sockets bound to a specific IP:port. (thanks to Michael Davidsaver)
    Domain sockets work as named endpoints, removing the need to keep a directory of IOC names and port numbers, and adding permission handling through the file system bits.
  • Add -P option allowing multiple endpoints. (thanks to Michael Davidsaver)
  • Fix client logout by command not working after a child restart.
  • Full release notes are available on the GitHub release page.
Thanks a lot to Michael for his contributions and everyone who helped with testing.

procServ is part of the official distributions of Debian/Ubuntu (as "procserv") and Fedora/RHEL (as "procServ"). New versions usually take a few days to get into their respective repositories, but will eventually be available using the standard package managers.

Enjoy! Pull requests welcome!
~Ralph

[1] procServ is a wrapper application that runs any process (e.g. a softIOC, a CA Gateway, an archive engine...) in the background, allowing telnet access to its stdin/stdout.
It supports logging, child restart (manual or automatic on crash/exit), blocking characters that are considered dangerous to the child, and much more.
https://github.com/ralphlange/procServ
http://sourceforge.net/projects/procserv/

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