iptables-netflow 2.5.1-1 source package in Ubuntu


iptables-netflow (2.5.1-1) unstable; urgency=medium

  * New upstream bugfix release 2.5.1.
    + Drop 0001-Compatibility-with-kernel-5.7.patch, applied upstream.
    + Refresh disable-kernel-check.patch.
  * Declare disable-kernel-check.patch as debian-specific.
  * Add patch to not hardcode default gcc version to avoid compilation
    failures with kernels which can't be compiled with the current gcc.
  * Cherry-pick adfc6318 from upstream to fix compilation with Linux 5.9.

 -- Axel Beckert <email address hidden>  Sun, 18 Oct 2020 11:22:35 +0200

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iptables-netflow_2.5.1.orig.tar.gz 92.4 KiB e143e25a6a27223e59f7491e380a711224d22da80529b5ea45214551143b7256
iptables-netflow_2.5.1-1.debian.tar.xz 9.0 KiB db22102b173143000d4c40b82100b70cb083b328353e1730671e890eab6e62b6

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iptables-netflow-dkms: iptables target which generates netflows

 ipt-netflow is an iptables/netfilter target which generates traffic
 statistics in NetFlow v5 and v9 format as well as in IPFIX format.
 It provides high performance and scalability. For highest performance
 module could be run without conntrack being enabled in
 kernel. Reported to be able to handle 10Gbit traffic with more than
 1500000 pps with negligible server load (on S5500BC).

iptables-netflow-dkms-dbgsym: debug symbols for iptables-netflow-dkms
irqtop: Observe IRQ and SoftIRQ in a top-like fashion

 irqtop is a small ruby-written and curses-based utility which shows
 interrupt requests and software interrupts like top does for
 processes, but enhanced with colors.
 irqtop is part of the ipt_netflow project as it has been written for
 monitoring the usage of the ipt_NETFLOW kernel module, but can be
 used separately.