Libflowmanager 2.0.5 Released
A new version of libflowmanager has also been released today.
Once again, the main change is that the licensing has moved from GPL v2 to LGPL v3.
We've also made some changes to make it easier to experiment with different flow expiry algorithms. Flow expiry behaviour is now implemented as separate plugins, rather than being hard-coded into libflowmanager itself. This means if you like the structure of libflowmanager but don't agree with our timeouts for inactive flows, you are able to write your own without having to touch the core of the library. We also added a couple of other config options that allow you to further tweak timeout behaviour -- see the ChangeLog included with the source code for more details.
You can download the new version of libflowmanager from our website.
We've also put libflowmanager up on our github, so you can follow any future libflowmanager development more closely.