nPULSE is a Web-based network monitoring package for Unix-like operating systems. It can quickly monitor up to thousands of sites/devices at a time on multiple ports. nPULSE is written in Perl and comes with its own (SSL optional) Web server for extra security.
|Tags||Internet Networking Monitoring Systems Administration|
Release Notes: This version bundles together all of the changes in the developmental releases of nPulse since version 0.52. The primary updates are better EventLog handling, and a major bug fix of the historical record-keeping and historical display graphics. Internally, the code has been substantially rewritten (except autorecheck.pl). In total there are 5 new features, 1 deleted feature, 5 bug fixes, and 4 miscellaneous changes.
Release Notes: A new large text field on the Detail pages for extra notes, an edit shortcut in the filter overview display, and the event log display is a customizable scrolling box for IE browsers. A fix for a bug on the port configuration page which caused a display problem on Netscape browsers, a fix for a potential security hole in the server, and disabling the Demonstration Mode.
Release Notes: The debug line has been removed from the Detail/History page displaying the history keys. A bug in the Time::Local check in the setup routine which caused an installation error on some machines has been fixed. A form submission bug on the Device Detail Pages which produced garbage on the result pages has been fixed.
Release Notes: Substantial rewrite, optimization, and cleanup of all code and HTML output except autocheck. A history graph bug which displayed the bars incorrectly, a history data recording bug, and a display problem in the prefs section have all been fixed. History files written by nPulse 0.52 must be deleted prior to installing this release.
Release Notes: This version bundles together all of the changes in the developmental releases of nPulse since version 0.50. There are 7 major new features, 6 bug fixes, and 5 miscellaneous changes. The primary new features are a new GUI for the Detail Pages, enhanced historical reporting, additional Email capabilities, Global Filters, and selective EventLog event deletion. The major bug fix was a cross browser form submission bug related to both the preferences and the filters.