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Release Notes: This release accumulates many minor changes. Some bugs were fixed. Dictionary and SNMP support was provided for many new hardware models. Some performance problems were resolved. The UI was enhanced with a rack space range selector, better locations support, and a new WYSIWYG permissions editor.

  •  15 Apr 2013 01:26

Release Notes: This release continues the 0.20.x stable cycle. Many minor bugs were fixed, and hardware support became a little better. Some UI enhancements made, including overridable tag names display styles. The new features are: configurable units order in a per-rack basis, and SAML authentication.

  •  04 Oct 2012 22:22

Release Notes: This release continues the 0.20 series beta cycle. It contains many bug fixes, RackTables and is much more stable. New features are: Cisco UCS support, offline management of the 802.1Q port list, IP addresses inherit tags from their parent networks, and multiple Cacti servers.

  •  01 Sep 2011 14:24

Release Notes: This release addresses a bug in Cacti graphs handling code. It also adds workaround in JavaScript code, which did not work in Chrome and Opera, and removes physical connector specifics from fiber optics based Ethernet ports. Automatic router markup option is now available for IPv6 networks.

  •  31 Jul 2011 11:35

Release Notes: This maintenance release fixes a rarely seen bug in object attributes structures and a bug in wikilinks parsing. It also adds SNMP support for a series of network switches.

  •  02 Jul 2011 19:54

Release Notes: The main purpose of this release is to fix several bugs that made it into 0.19.5. So far 0.19.6 is the recommended stable version of RackTables.

  •  16 Sep 2009 12:49

Release Notes: This release adds support for Ethernet transceivers (GBIC, SFP, XFP, and others) and CWDM/DWDM channel grids. It also features experimental code for APC switched rack PDUs and a couple of minor user interface improvements. Bugs were fixed in counter calculation for the tag tree viewer; the "cn" autotag is now correctly generated when it is expected to be (i.e. when the object's common name meets certain format). The generic "power plug" port type has been split into "AC input" and "AC output" types. Necessary conversions are performed automatically by upgrade procedures.

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