Release Notes: This version is a maintenance release with a number of new features and a number of bugfixes.
Release Notes: This is the second release candidate for the next stable version of OpenNMS 1.2.0. This release has a number of new features and bugfixes. Notifications which are auto-acknowledged will now send a notice to that effect to everyone who got the down notice, and this notice will only be sent to those who got the down notice. This required almost a total rewrite of the poller code.
Release Notes: This is the release candidate for the next stable release, 1.2. It includes a number of performance and speed enhancements, as well as bugfixes.
Release Notes: Bugfixes in this release include support for PostgreSQL 7.2, fixes for some Java exceptions in various parts of the code, and removal of duplicate configurations. Enhancements include better net-snmp report, thresholding notifications, new data collection and SNMP graphing data, and a utility for generating OpenNMS event info from MIB data.
Release Notes: Minor bugfixes, and support for an intermediate state when polling that marks the port as being available, but the service is unresponsive.
Release Notes: icmpd has been replaced by a JNI native interface. There are some small configuration file tweaks, better IP handling in capsd, DHCP poller updates, notification bugfixes, small event updates, updated configurable categories in the Web UI, and modified scheduler VMs for smaller memory usage (scmconfig.xml)
Release Notes: This release includes pollers for DNS, DHCP, IMAP, POP3, and TCP-based pollers for MySQL, Informix, Sybase, and MS SQL Server (in addition to the existing suite of pollers). An enhanced Web UI, deprecation of the Swing UI, tuning optimizations, notifications bugfixes, and some configuration tweaks are included. This release is feature-complete for the upcoming 1.0 release.
Release Notes: This release includes more Web UI functionality as well as some critical fixes to the install.pl script.
Release Notes: This release incorporates the SNMP data collector, notification integration (paging and email), RRDTool integration, and the first cut at the "lightweight" Web interface.
Release Notes: This is the first functional release of OpenNMS. Functionality included in this release includes network discovery, customizable polling, rule-based views for real-time console, administrator GUIs, and RPM-based installation. It also features new documentation which includes a user guide, an administrator reference, an overview manual, and a quick start guide.