Release Notes: New features: Heartbeat, Subqueues (experimental), and Agent rewriting. Improved documentation is included.
Release Notes: Realtime monitoring of clusters of Asterisk servers can be done using the manager API interface. The daily breakdown of calls can be in a user-defiable number of minutes and not necessarly on a hourly basis. A number of bugs have been fixed.
Release Notes: This release adds experimental cluster support to monitor multiple Asterisk servers at once. Several bugs have been fixed.
Release Notes: qloader is designed to be a one-stop solution to upload Asterisk queue_log data. There is no need for tail or custom startup scripts. qloader is able to upload only data that is missing from the given partition, by checking the timestamp and the row's contents in order to prevent duplicate rows.
Release Notes: A powerful XML-RPC interface has been added. The package is now localized in English, French, German, Spanish, and Italian.
Release Notes: This release adds an internationalization engine: the text of QueueMetrics can be localized, as well as numbers and dates. Internationalized versions: Italian, German, and French. All data can be exported to Excel, CSV files, or XML. There is a new database update utility. There are many more minor fixes and improvements.
Release Notes: New unattended monitoring. VNC and audio monitoring on live calls. A new reporting mode. An improved analysis engine. Better integration with TrixBox/AAH.
Release Notes: Programmable alarms and configuration were added on the real-time page. Multi-location setup is possible. SQL storage was improved. Outbound calls can be monitored as well as inbound calls. A setup wizard was added to load configuration from an existing Asterisk setup.
Release Notes: This version was updated for all the features of 1.0. The explanation of memory footprint and disk I/O requirements was improved. A new HTML version was put on the site.
Release Notes: The new MySQL support is now covered in the documentation, adding some 10 pages by itself. A number of typos have been fixed.