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Percival Network Monitoring System

Percival is a network monitoring and capacity planning frontend to RRDtool. It features a themeable Web interface, and support for MIB2, Cisco, Linux, and Windows. Configuration is stored in a hierarchical database, which supports on-the-fly editing, links, and multiple users.

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  •  17 Aug 2003 10:02

    Release Notes: This release has many fixes to the device modules, an Apache security update, a new device for creating links (shortcuts), and Web GUI improvements.

    •  22 May 2003 10:56

      Release Notes: The release fixes problems with the configuration of Catalyst switches, adds support for Compaq Insight MIB, and includes some minor bugfixes.

      •  22 Apr 2003 17:20

        Release Notes: The release brings support of 64 bit counters (SNMPv2c), major performance enhancements of remote configuration protocol (konfigd), a uniform implementation of IF-MIB configuration options, a new report of Cisco router CPU utilization, and presentation improvements in reports. There are also various bugfixes.

        •  24 Mar 2003 22:06

          Release Notes: An administration and configuration manual in PDF format has been added. There are improvements in report presentation. The ability to create precomputed total graphs has been added. RPM uninstall scripts have been improved. There are various small fixes and improvements.

          •  09 Mar 2003 20:26

            Release Notes: Binaries are rebuilt without CPU specific optimizations. Non-working service configuration options have been removed from Devices::Computers. The obsolete "configure" button has been removed. JavaScript sorting of numbers in reports has been fixed.

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