Release Notes: Some annoying messages were fixed. For example, 'Argument "+46M-BM-0C" isn't numeric in int at /usr/bin/monitorix.pl line > 2710, line 13.' Now it correctly extracts numbers from an alphanumeric string. The alignment of the legend in the FAN speeds graph was fixed on systems still using the old RRDtool branch version 1.0. The HP IPL temperature graphs are now line-based instead of area-based in order to follow the same aspect as the new LM-Sensors graph.
Release Notes: A new graph was added to see the temperatures of the system motherboard, CPUs, fan speeds, and hard disk drives using lm_sensors and the hddtemp tool. Among other improvements, the ability to select the percentages layout in the kernel usage stats has been added. The ability to change the refresh rate value in the statistics Web page was added. Some bugs were fixed.
Release Notes: There release has support for Debian GNU/Linux, and support for German in the monthly reports. A new option called $ENABLE_ZOOM = [Y|N] enables the ability to have a more detailed image of each graph. There are some fixes and a little code cleanup.
Release Notes: Some annoying cron messages about an uninitialized value during an addition and a multiplication that occurred only on 2.4 kernels were fixed. The line and area colors in the kernel-related new graphs were fixed.
Release Notes: With this new major release, Monitorix comes with a new graph which shows the different system times spent under the terms: user, nice, system, and I/O wait (the rest is for the idle time). Those statistic values are collected directly from the /proc/stat file. The new graph incorporates support for not only seeing those global values, but the values for each processor in the system individually (up to 8 processors). There are some fixes and improvements as well.
Release Notes: This version is capable of supporting up to 256 hardware interrupts, especially on newer systems with APIC support. Other important changes refer to the new support for the CCISS Compaq RAID driver under 2.6 Linux kernel and the increased amount of supported network interfaces (NICs) to 5. Other changes include some little color and font modifications and cosmetic issues.
Release Notes: This is a special maintenance version that fixes a couple of issues that were detected in the most recent versions.
Release Notes: The most remarkable improvement in this version is the big code optimization that reduces, in many cases, up to 50% of the CPU load average that Monitorix can consume when collecting data. Another important enhancement is better support for Linux Software RAID devices (/dev/md0, /dev/md1, etc.). Some bugs has been fixed, mainly when someone decided to remove the $PORTnn variables from the configuration file.
Release Notes: This version comes with lot of fixes and improvements. One of most noticeable is the preparation of the code in order to be easier to port to any Linux distribution or even in any Unix system. A port to FreeBSD is already available. Another important change is that the configuration file has changed its location, and now you'll find it on the root of /etc directory (/etc/monitorix.conf).
Release Notes: This version fixed annoying messages generated by cron and is more accurate when deciding which ports are down or not. Upgrading is recommended.