Release Notes: This release features over 45 changes, including support for AIX as a scheduler platform, support for module execution duration measurement, 11 new check modules (including a high performance ping module), improvements to several existing modules, updates to the reporting infrastructure, improvements for calllist handling, greater customization of when acknowledgements are cleared, improvements to the command line and web interfaces, and 16 bugfixes.
Release Notes: In addition to the usual array of bugfixes, this release adds functionality to facilitate logfile monitoring, initial support for report modules to dynamically generate reports based on history records, and improvements to several check modules and interface commands.
Release Notes: This release features a fully customizable Web interface, an overhauled history mechanism, and the introduction of staggered scheduling (to automatically spread out monitoring for large installations). In addition, there are several other minor enhancements and the usual array of bugfixes.
Release Notes: This release overhauls the dependency infrastructure, adding dependencies for fixes and making Type II dependencies useful. In addition to the usual array of bugfixes and new modules, the dependency on sendmail has been removed, and changes have been made to reduce duplication in Alert Plan definitions. Additionally, a small meta-monitor has been added as a utility, useful to monitor the system from another location.
Release Notes: This release features the long-postponed overhaul of the alert module infrastructure, significant I/O improvements on large deployment systems, a new debugging/warning infrastructure, and new apc and hplj check modules. Other minor changes and bugfixes are also included, and the package is finally autoconf'd.
Release Notes: This release adds support for replies via SMS capable devices, composite checks, more useful configuration debugging, binding and SSL support for LDAP checking, acknowledgements before alert transmission, and better detection of misconfigured modules, along with other additions and several bugfixes. The package now also builds for Darwin 6.
Release Notes: Changes in this release include the introduction of fix and transport modules, increased security with easier administration for the remote daemon, conversion of check modules to named arguments for improved self-documentation, support for multithreaded Perl in relevant modules, overhaul of alertplan specifications to facilitate multiple call lists for a given alert, conversion of call lists to be based on "people" rather than addresses, and the addition of comments to acknowledgements and inhibitions. Additionally, various bugfixes and performance enhancements have been implemented.