Release Notes: This version doesn't come with any big and relevant change, except for the fact that Monitorix is now able to automatically detect the amount of memory in the system. The $MEMORY option is now only used to force a specific amount of memory. Another change that affects the monitorix.conf file is the new support for the Arch Linux distribution, including its own key in the $OSTYPE option and its own paths. A pair of cosmetic changes were made, and some bugs were fixed.
Release Notes: This new version comes with some different improvements. The most noticeable is a wider mount point column in the disk usage graph in order to fit longer pathnames. Some cleaning was done in the Monitorix logos to support transparency. The "envelope" image was removed, since the new mailing list is the primary communication channel. The main page was simplified. The $IDATE option was removed. The code of the main page was fixed to honor when the "white" theme is selected. Some bugs were fixed.
Release Notes: The ability to show the results in plain text instead of using rendered graphs was added. This will make life easier both for people with vision impairments and for automatic processing of the information. An alert system based on the last 15 minutes of the CPU load average was added. A bug in monitorix.cgi that messed up the way the individual processors' graphs are displayed was fixed.
Release Notes: The support for FreeBSD systems has been improved a lot, especially those since the 6.2-RELEASE. Although there are still a pair of aspects than don't work yet, the support is almost complete. This release comes with other improvements, especially the new support for the Enterprise Volume Management System (EVMS), which permits the display of the I/O disk activity of the root filesystem in such systems. Some important bugs were also fixed.
Release Notes: This is mainly a bug fixing version that affects the installation process for Ubuntu and Debian systems. Among other fixes, a critical permission problem during a fresh installation (using the Linux-Debian option) that prevented seeing all the graphs has been fixed.
Release Notes: This version introduces the long awaited Monitorix man page with all the configuration options well documented and in a format easy to read and understand. Another important new feature is the support for the Nginx web server. Please see the new options in the configuration file. Finally, the configuration file has been cleaned and reorganized a bit. The install.sh script was improved and some bugs were fixed.
Release Notes: This release fixes an important bug that duplicated the iptables rules created by Monitorix on every start or restart, so all users are encouraged to upgrade to this version. Another important change in this version is the new support for systems with device interrupt numbers greater than 255. This version includes support for the openSUSE Linux distribution.
Release Notes: This is mainly a maintenance version that fixes several issues. The way that Monitorix creates the iptables rules that prevented one from seeing the INPUT chain activity in the defined network ports was changed. Another change directly affected the init script to removed the dependency of the command lockfile, making it more portable to other systems. Some other fixes were also implemented.
Release Notes: A missing "/" when removing /var/www/monitorix in the un_install.sh script was fixed. More than three network devices are now accepted. There were some parts that were not correctly upgraded to five. The parameter -w during the hddtemp call was added just to make sure that it will awaken the disk (if needed). The .sh extension and the she-bang in the crond script were removed for all Linux distributions, although problems were experienced only in the Debian based ones. More fixes and some enhancements were made.
Release Notes: This is mainly a maintenance version that fixes several problems, includes some new support (especially for RRDtool version 1.3), and uses a better way of detecting RAID Linux devices. It includes support for the Italian language in the monthly report.