Release Notes: This release adds a number of bugfixes, including a fix for potential filehandle leaks while provisioning, plus some Windows-related fixes in graphing, Internet Explorer link issues, and ICMPv4/v6 support in the installer.
Release Notes: This release adds many bugfixes and a few small features, including provisioning UI updates, reporting updates, and some GUI fixes, including sorting some confusing dialogs and a "quick-add" to add a graph to a KSC report.
Release Notes: This release is the first in a new stable series. The biggest new feature is complete support for IPv6 through the entire OpenNMS stack, as well as many architectural cleanups, the resurrection of Drools business logic support for complex event processing, reporting updates, and many bugfixes and other new features.
Release Notes: Minor bugfixes and an XSS security fix.
Release Notes: This release candidate contains a large number of bugfixes including code cleanups, UI fixes, more Linkd work, and some IPv6-related fixes.
Release Notes: This is a minor update to the stable 1.8 series, containing a few small monitor and UI changes.
Release Notes: This second release candidate for OpenNMS 1.10 includes a number of bugfixes and a few small enhancements, including official installer support for PostgreSQL 9.1 and a fix for running on the 1.7 JDK.
Release Notes: This release adds a few minor bugfixes and officially supports PostgreSQL 9.1.
Release Notes: This is the first release candidate of the upcoming stable OpenNMS 1.10 release. There are no known showstoppers other than the refactored Linkd, which is still considered beta, and will be finished before the 1.10 release cycle completes. New in this release are all of the changes included in OpenNMS 1.8.13, as well as code cleanupd, refactoring, and more polishing of IPv6 support. There are also many other enhancements and bugfixes.
Release Notes: This release fixes a memory leak in logging, as well as a potential file handle leak when using Provisiond. Additionally, it fixes a reasonably large number of other minor bugs and includes a few enhancements, including support for receiving SNMPv3 traps.