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  •  24 Nov 2003 14:46
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    Release Notes: This version adds a number of new features and improvements over 2.4.3, such as cumulative accounting checks (rolling/calendar week/month etc.), custom alert paths (for integrating scripts etc. as alert methods in the server), comment fields on checks for easier identification and help, optional min/max display on graphs, Solaris x86 support, and performance improvements in the database engine.

    •  02 Sep 2003 17:24
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      Release Notes: This release adds a number of features requested by users, new platforms (AIX 4.3, SunOS 2.6, Windows 2003), database performance improvements, user interface improvements, and more.

      •  31 May 2002 14:53
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        Release Notes: A new Web interface has been created, massive improvements in the database backend have occurred, installation problems have been fixed, and some crash problems have been fixed as well. A NetWare agent is now available. Other new features include "custom views", "forecasting", "scheduled downtime", and "report generation".

        •  25 Feb 2002 11:36
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          Release Notes: This is an update release dealing with some issues from the last build including an error in the license management that could prevent users from releasing the "host key" for installed agents. The installation and init-scripts for the SysOrb Server on Debian GNU/Linux 2.2 and Solaris 8 were also fixed.

          •  26 Nov 2001 12:36
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            Release Notes: SysOrb now supports Solaris 8 (both agent and server), and HP-UX 11 (agent). Many small enhancements have been made on all supported architectures. New NetChecks available for DNS, IMAP, and POP-3.

            •  07 May 2001 14:27
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              Release Notes: The problems with the linker/compiler in the RedHat 6.2 server build were cured. Solaris 8 on UltraSPARC is now supported. Various communication-related bugfixes have been made in the clients. A few more check types have been added. A very hard-to-trigger bug in a clustered server configuration has been fixed. The Milestones have now been completed, and SysOrb 2.0 is considered stable. Licenses which will be needed for larger sites are now being sold.

              •  21 Mar 2001 07:15
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                Release Notes: The FreeBSD packages now install properly. FreeBSD 4.2 is supported instead of 4.0, and 3.5 is supported instead of 3.4. A possible crash on NT and Win2K has been fixed. Problems with the Linux 2.4.X series kernels have been fixed. Logging has been cleaned up in both server and client. Various hard-to-trigger bugs have been corrected in servers and clients.

                •  03 Feb 2001 12:53
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                  Release Notes: This release fixes a problematic bug with the NT port of SysOrb which could cause a crash on certain occasions, as well as an error in the log-file handling in NT.

                  •  18 Jan 2001 23:02
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                    Release Notes: This release includes a number of bugfixes, especially of importance to sites running SysOrb in clustered configuration. Also included is documentation and web interface updates. FreeBSD 4.0 is now supported and both server and client packages are available for this platform. This release is likely to become the final SysOrb 2.0 release.

                    •  10 Oct 2000 16:22
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                      Release Notes: The sixth milestone is mostly a bugfix release. Major additions include Debian packages, SMS Terminal support, Software RAID and I2C (lm_sensors) monitoring (Linux client only), and a greatly improved installation on the Windows port.

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