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  •  19 Oct 2011 10:21
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    Release Notes: This release adds the following parameter to the main configuration file: DefaultUser = <USERNAME> \ DefaultPassword = <PASSWORD> \ <DB_NAME>.ExtraQueryListFile =. To the query's properties file, it adds the following parameter:<QUERY_NAME>.WhenNotAlive = <VALUE>.

    •  24 Feb 2011 16:26
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      Release Notes: Improved scalability and multithreading; now orabbix can scale very easily. Now controls executed on databases are independent of each other. An almost completely sequential procedure on software has been removed, so bottlenecks are higly reduced. The parameter Trim=[true|false] has been added; if true, the resultset is trimmed. AddSpaces=[true|false] has been added; if true, a space is added between columns of the resultset. ExcludeColumnsList=[1,2,3,..n]= will exclude the 1st, 2nd, etc. columns from the resultset. This release uses OJDBC6 for Oracle 11.2. This is a Candidare Release.

      •  17 Dec 2010 15:42
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        Release Notes: This release has moved to a more standard library. It utilizes the Apache library.

        •  29 Nov 2010 17:52
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          Release Notes: The resultset is now protected from null values. A parameter <QueryName>.Period=10 that introduces a period execution between two executions of the specified query value expressed in minutes. If not specified, the default value is 5 minutes. A query file for each database can be specified via <DBNAME>.QueryListFile=./conf/query.props, so each database can have its own customized parameter file and many other features.

          •  24 Sep 2010 13:15
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            Release Notes: This release improves the dynamic rebuild of the database list. It corrects a critical bug where in some cases, Orabbix could send incorrect values. It corrects a template for easy importing.

            •  01 Sep 2010 09:24
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              Release Notes: This release adds a dbsize item that shows the size of a database in MB and an item for db file size that graphs the size of files in MB. More information is now logged when an error occurs. Archivelog query was corrected to run on every database. A default value is used for uptime when Oracle is not available. Relative graphs were added for the items above.

              •  11 Aug 2010 10:13
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                Release Notes: An item that monitors the uptime of a database was added. A trigger that sends an error if uptime is less than one hour was added. A query that retrieves data about tablespaces usage now works correctly with autoextend and maxsize unlimited spcified. DBEnquiry was modified to log more information about errors on a retrieved query and to log all Oracle errors.

                •  09 Aug 2010 11:04
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                  Release Notes: The template was changed to correct all import trouble. A different class was written to manage the logging. Now logging is completely centralized.

                  •  28 Jul 2010 09:50
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                    Release Notes: More and more information on errors was added. Default values were added for MaxWait, MaxIdle, MaxActive, OrabbixDaemon.Sleep, and OrabbixDaemon.MaxThreadNumber. OrabbixDaemon.MaxThreadNumber is calculated and based on the number of monitored databases. In case Orabbix can't read values from a configuration properties file (because they are missing or invalid), the daemon will go ahead with the default values.

                    •  26 Jul 2010 10:03
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                      Release Notes: More information is now given when an error occurs. Some debug information was added.

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