Release Notes: This major beta release provides a new Web-based interface using a built-in websever and a Sqlite database. The old PHP/MySQL GUI is gone. Installation and configuration were simplified and the run-time footprint is now very small relative to similar systems. The user interface now has threshold alerts on metrics (e.g, traffic), and more reports. There are new handlers for mDNS, Sqlite, and BigBrother. Two new applications included are a small faster static Web server (xap) and multicast file copy programs (mcctx and mccrx).
Release Notes: This release includes availabilty reports, the ability to query alert and event reports, better SNMP traffic graphs and assorted code cleanups, bug fixes and performance enhancements.
Release Notes: This release concentrates on making configuration simpler. You can now easily integrate events from remote 'slave' agents with the Web-based graphical interface.
Release Notes: This release has a number of minor bugfixes and performance tweaks, plus one major new feature.
Release Notes: This is largely a bugfix release. Major changes include compatibilty with newer versions of PHP and a more refined installation.
Release Notes: User administration, email-based notification, and "cron" like probe scheduling.
Release Notes: This release adds a managment UI (similar to OpenNMS, Big Brother, and NetStaint) that allows basic network monitoring. It also features automatic network discovery, and "drill down" style display of groups, nodes, interfaces, and services. Performance graphs can be enabled for all interfaces (ping rtt) and services (probe rtt). In addition, if an interface is SNMP enabled, traffic graphs may be displayed. Installation typically takes less than 10 minutes (including network discovery).
Release Notes: This release has support for MicroSoft SQLServer (using FreeTDS) and a new primitive called "wait:" for Aware's config/scripting language. In addition, there is a new example using Aware to monitor the flow of email messages and minor bugfixes. A Web-based NMS user interface has been started, and can previewed in this release.
Release Notes: This release adds support for 3 relational databases: MySQL, PostgreSQL, and Oracle. This allows databases to be monitored, events to be stored in the database and events generated via SQL queries. A new example has been added using MySQL which will do network discovery and store the result in tables in the database. Other changes include extensions to the execphandler which will generate events based on regular expression matching the text output from an exec'd process.
Release Notes: rrdtool has been incorporated so that graphs may be created. A new probe (execpprobe) has been added, and many network probes can now generate events for round trip time. The examples have been updated to demonstrate these new features. For those familiar with MRTG, there is an example of how to create similar graphs.