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Users currently running openSUSE 12.1 can upgrade to openSUSE 12.2 via the following instructions: http://en.opensuse.org/Upgrade . Users who have a properly setup Tumbleweed ( http://en.opensuse.org/Tumbleweed ) will automatically migrate to the new release without any additional effort. Others simply download the fresh 12.2 Release from http://software.opensuse.org/122 and enjoy.

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#hackweek8 +SUSE  Summary


The realtime Samba traffic monitor created by +Nanuk Krinner  is ready to be released for a first time, and to be included with SMB Traffic Analyzer 1.2.6, we have changed the design a little bit and added a few usability enhancements. While I've helped here and there, the thing is first and foremost a great work by Nanuk, thank you very much! This adds wonderful to the list of features in SMBTA 1.2.6. +Benjamin Brunner  has ported the whole webSMBTA suite to rails 3.2, so that we can adopt on modern distributions, thanks! Furthermore we have completed the move of the documentation of the project to the SambaWiki. I do hope we can get SMBTA 1.2.6 out of the door really soon now!

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Hackweek8 @ SUSE : This real time monitor for Samba services runs on a traffic simulation, that's the reason for the high throughput rates. Of course it works flawless against real servers! It has a zoom functionality, and the user can view traffic in a time window with a range from a few seconds to a day. This guy will be released with the upcoming 1.2.6 release of SMB Traffic Analyzer, which we are about to get out of the door really soon.
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Hackweek8 @ SUSE : we make huge steps forward in getting our QT based real time monitoring application completed. Things now get really interesting when it comes to zooming in and out of the traffic view in real time...

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Hackweek @SUSE Day 1:

SMBTA documentation moved to Samba servers. Thanks to the work of +Benjamin Brunner, quite a lot of the documentation set for SMB Traffic Analyzer has found a new home at the Samba wiki. We plan to have the wiki as the central documentation for SMBTA in future. Thanks a lot, Benjamin!
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