Release Notes: This version comes with added support for Op5 Monitor and Check_MK/Multisite. Support for Icinga 1.3 and Centreon 2.1 has been improved. The status overview popup now comes with sortable columns. The colors in the status overview popup are now customizable. Debugging is now easier with full error messages. The password must not be stored in the config file. As always, there have been various bugs fixed and a major memory leak has been closed.
Release Notes: Nagstamon now includes the ability to connect to Opsview monitoring servers. A "Recheck all" button was added to recheck all failing hosts and services with one click. Now it is possible to toggle notifications by state. HTTP Digest authentication was added. Recognition of customized host IP information was added. GUI responsiveness has been increased. Bugs in the update interval mechanism and some minor bugs have been fixed.
Release Notes: This release fixed a problem where the previous release was unusable when not upgraded but freshly installed. An option was added for filtering out services on a host under maintenance.
Release Notes: It is now possible to disable and enable Nagios servers. All services on a faulty host can be acknowledged by one click. The status popup window now shows the connection status of every contacted Nagios server. A bug which caused unchangeable update interval was fixed. A bug in the Nagios server list in the settings dialog was fixed. Broken acknowledgement of down hosts was fixed.
Release Notes: New features include sound and visual notification, a regular expression filter, obfuscated passwords in the configuration file, a usable status popup on dual-screens, checking for nagstamon updates, and design improvements. A lot of minor bugs have been fixed.
Release Notes: This release adds an option to hide services from unreachable hosts. It fixes gobject error messages caused by a defective glade file, and fixes an address resolving issue when connecting to hosts by DNS name.
Release Notes: This release supports multiple Nagios servers. It has an option to show only services in hard state. Another option allows hiding services on down hosts.
Release Notes: This version contains fixes for non-working connection by DNS in the context menu, use of flags, a typo, and an ignored config file parameter in Linux packages.
Release Notes: Nagstamon is now using threads, which lead to a more responsive UI and better stability in case of poor network connectivity. Also added are the columns "Last Check" and "Attempt" in status overview. A central configuration file, "nagstamon.conf", in the application directory allows you to force settings for all users. Context menu applications can connect remote hosts by IP instead of DNS name.