Fedora 31: netdata FEDORA-2020-4d87a62071

    Date 25 May 2020
    Posted By LinuxSecurity Advisories
    Exclude arch s390x on el8 ---- Update from upstream
    Fedora Update Notification
    2020-05-26 03:19:40.058315
    Name        : netdata
    Product     : Fedora 31
    Version     : 1.22.1
    Release     : 3.fc31
    URL         : https://github.com/netdata/netdata/
    Summary     : Real-time performance monitoring
    Description :
    netdata is the fastest way to visualize metrics. It is a resource
    efficient, highly optimized system for collecting and visualizing any
    type of realtime time-series data, from CPU usage, disk activity, SQL
    queries, API calls, web site visitors, etc.
    netdata tries to visualize the truth of now, in its greatest detail,
    so that you can get insights of what is happening now and what just
    happened, on your systems and applications.
    Update Information:
    Exclude arch s390x on el8  ----  Update from upstream
    * Sun May 17 2020 Didier Fabert  1.22.1-3
    - Exclude arch s390x on el8
    * Fri May 15 2020 Didier Fabert  1.22.1-2
    - Conditionnaly build netfilteracct and cups plugins (disabed in epel7)
    * Wed May 13 2020 Didier Fabert  1.22.1-1
    - Update from upstream
    * Sat Apr 18 2020 Juan Orti Alcaine  1.21.1-2
    - Sync /usr/libexec/netdata/plugins.d/ binaries permissions with upstream
      [ 1 ] Bug #1766668 - Netdata package doesn't support dbengine, the now default backend in the upstream code
      [ 2 ] Bug #1822108 - /usr/libexec/netdata/plugins.d/apps.plugin is setuid root
      [ 3 ] Bug #1834571 - netdata-1.22.1 is available
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