Release Notes: This release contains feature enhancements and defect fixes from the development releases 2.13.0 through 2.13.3, many bugfixes for the HPI Shell, fixes for building OpenHPI on Mandriva, and numerous other bugfixes.
Release Notes: HPI-B.03.01 support has been added. Bugfixes have been made to the HP c-Class Plugin, the IPMI Direct plugin, the HP ProLiant plugin, the HPI Shell, and the Daemon and Base Library.
Release Notes: The HP c-Class plugin now has additional sensors. A compilation problem on SPARC was resolved. A hpi_shell command was added for obtaining version information. Numerous bugs were fixed.
Release Notes: This new release enables redundant domains with multiple daemon connections. The new design converts a daemon into a single domain. Additionally, each client will be able to connect to multiple daemons. So the client, in order to connect to multiple domains, will have to know about them through a client configuration file. It will then connect to the specified domain through a connection to the daemon corresponding to that domain.
Release Notes: This release rolls up previous development releases 2.11.0 through 2.11.3 to pickup an HP BladeSystem c-Class plugin, documentation for the new ilo2_ribcl and oa_soap HP ProLiant plugins, and various bugfixes.
Release Notes: This release contains implementation and entry points for all new APIs added in the B.02.01 specification. Also, all APIs have been revised and updated according to minor return code changes and additions in B.02.01. Other featured highlights include basic support for MicroTCA in IPMIDirect plugin, correction of compilation problems on Solaris, recognition of a larger set of manufacturer IDs, and elimination of the need for plugins to export get_event. The Sysfs plugin now builds against libsysfs 1.x and 2.x. FRU resource can now report resource type failed events in addition to hotswap.
Release Notes: Configurable HPI domains were enabled through openhpi.conf. IPMIDirect was enhanced with added Alarm LEDs, Watchdogs, and Intel Logic.
Release Notes: This version places the OpenHPI daemon as the standard way to get HPI data. Highlights are: persistence of the Domain Alarm Table, hot swap management enhancements (more plugin ABIs), daemon enhancements (syslog), and Blade Center plugin improvements (bmc reset control and operational sensors).
Release Notes: This release has a PowerPC plugin using an RTAS interface (BETA stage). Reading of sensors is supported. ATCA-HPI mapping support has been added to the OpenIPMI plugin. Installation of the HPI daemon as an init.d service is possible.
Release Notes: This is the first stable release supporting the HPI B.01.01 spec. It has improved library configuration, hotswap support, resource event log and domain alarm table support, a persistent domain event log, a dynamic plugin load/unload interface, an IPMI plugin with support for IPMI 1.0 and 1.5, a BladeCenter plugin (RSA and SNMP_BC), command line utilities exercising the HPI interfaces, and an HPI Shell command line utility providing a single client for HPI interfaces.