Release Notes: Six new plugins add support for Aquaero fan controllers, Linux cgroups containers, Linux Logical Volume Manager (LVM), Intel's Many Integrated Core architecture, the sigrok library, and the StatsD network protocol. The new "AutoLoadPlugin" option gives users the option to have plug-ins loaded automatically as needed. Numerous new features have been added in existing plugins.
Release Notes: A potential crash in the Python plug-in has been fixed. Error handling in the Oracle plug-in might end up in an endless loop, which has been resolved. Reading from a file handle in the Exec plug-in was not signal-safe, which has been fixed. Small improvements have been made to the build system and the documentation.
Release Notes: Various fixes and clarifications have been applied to the documentation and diagnostic messages. Handling of JSON arrays has been fixed in the cURL-JSON plugin. Reading statistics of multiple virtual CPUs has been fixed in the libvirt plugin. Dispatching values with mixed data source types to Python-based plugins has been fixed. Handling of NaNs in percentage thresholds has been corrected.
Release Notes: A memory leak in the Python plugin has been fixed. Compatibility to version 2.9.22 has been added to the PowerDNS plugin. A useless delay in the shutdown sequence has been eliminated. Portability fixes, especially for Solaris and AIX, have been applied.
Release Notes: A segmentation fault and a memory leak in the Network plug-in have been fixed. A memory leak in the "Listval" command of the UnixSock plug-in has been fixed. Reconnecting after a lost connection has been fixed in the Oracle plug-in. Error handling of the fork system call has been improved in the Exec plug-in. The syntax of created JSON data has been corrected. Build fixes for AIX, Solaris, and GCC 4.5 have been applied.
Release Notes: The NetApp, Python, RouterOS, ContextSwitch, Monitorus, and OpenVZ plug-ins have been added. Support for AIX has been added to the CPU, Disk, Interface, Load, Memory, Processes, and Swap plug-ins. Timing information is now collected in the cURL plugin. The possibility to set the source address and device used has been added to the Ping plug-in. The detail provided by the DF plug-in has been enhanced. Collection of IO-metrics has been added to the Processes plug-in.
Release Notes: A memory leak in the "listval" command has been fixed. Detection of dead connections and reconnecting has been added to the GenericJMX and Oracle plugins. Handling of negative values and hex strings has been corrected in the SNMP plugin. Treatment of error messages when no log plugin was loaded has been improved. Handling of more than 4 gigabytes of memory under Mac OS X has been fixed. Parallel build and portability issues have been fixed in the build system.
Release Notes: A race condition in the file descriptor handling of the UnixSock plug-in has been fixed. Handling of the iptc library has been improved and fixed in the build system. The Exec plug-in has been changed to unblock all signals before executing another program. The performance of the Processes plug-in has been improved. A small portability fix has been applied to the Perl plug-in.
Release Notes: Support for the data source types “derive” and “absolute” has been added. Threshold checking has been enhanced. New plugins fetch JSON data from CouchDB or Hadoop servers, analyze Java processes via JMX, and query statistics from the TokyoTyrant database, the MadWifi driver, the OLSRd routing daemon, or the ZFS cache. The “Write HTTP” plugin sends data in plain text or JSON to a HTTP server using POST requests. The new “Empty Counter” match detects and helps to ignore inactive counters. The existing DF, DNS, Network, Swap, and UnixSock plugins have been enhanced.
Release Notes: Several bugs in the threshold and notification subsystems have been fixed. Portability of the “memcached” plug-in has been improved. Fixes in the build system allow packaging of the Java bindings and link the “ping” plug-in correctly.