Release Notes: Performance data is now stored in a database, and new charts provide simple statistical analysis of them. The new SLA-Report generator processes availability data into a management readable document. A few additional health checks have been implemented. The Big Sister Agent MSI for Windows is now considered stable.
Release Notes: This release of the documentation is in sync with the forthcoming 1.01 release of Big Sister. Sections covering all the health checks and the new database backend were added. The command reference has been extended. The whole document has been reviewed.
Release Notes: This is a service release. It includes fixes for a few issues, provides Debian packages for the first time, and includes a few monitoring modules that have been separately downloadable for some time.
Release Notes: This release fixes a silly bug.
Release Notes: This release brings back full Windows platform support. Both server and agent are fully functional on current Windows versions. Besides that, a number of bugs have been eliminated.
Release Notes: This release fixes a number of portability issues and a number of other bugs in infrequently used functionality.
Release Notes: This release includes a number of bugfixes like compatibility issues with Internet Explorer, some spurious agent malfunction, hangs when finding mistakes in the config files, and a few more. It is a production/stable release and does not introduce any new features since the latest test release.
Release Notes: The default was dramatically been enhanced. A new, completely rewritten reference manual was included, and a few minor feature enhancements were made, such as the the "%Autojoin pattern" and "%Section" configuration statements.
Release Notes: The installation process is now smoother. New-style sensors have become the recommended way of monitoring. A wide range of performance graphs were added, and many bugs were tracked down and fixed.
Release Notes: This release has many bugfixes after the major code rewrite of the 0.9x series. A few more sensors have been moved over from the old style monitor system to the new one. RPMs are now available. Many minor and non-obvious improvements have been made. BSTray, a status indicator for Windows systems, is also available.