Release Notes: Modular node queries have been introduced, supporting the most common network protocols (TCP, UDP, SNMP, and others). The Web interface has also been rewritten, and there is now an installer script to make installation and upgrades easier.
Release Notes: Node Runner is now compatible with installations of PHP that have 'register_globals' turned off. Minor cosmetic changes, bugfixes, and security enhancements were made to the Web interface.
Release Notes: Minor syntax and browser compatibility issues were corrected. Functionality was added for querying secured Web pages and measuring load times for Web pages. Parts of the Web interface were reformatted for greater usability.
Release Notes: A new, multi-user, secure Web interface was added. Improvements were made to the main query script. Minor enhancements include options for detailed alerts, per node comment fields, and database backups.
Release Notes: Bugs were fixed to reduce unwanted status alerts and to reflect the proper path for include files within the Web interface. The documentation was expanded to include detailed installation instructions.
Release Notes: The reporting mechanism was improved with this release, adding support for multi-node reports. A few mail-related bugs were also fixed in the query script.
Release Notes: Fixes for inconsistencies related to the 'first mail' option and the inability to manually poll HTTP servers from the status monitor.
Release Notes: Syntax errors in the SQL setup files have been corrected, and deprecated time checks have been removed from the main query script. A minimum wait time for notification was also added to prevent unreliable connections from generating extra email.
Release Notes: Added to this release was a utility for cleaning up db tables, along with improvements to the reporting feature. The web interface code has been dramatically improved, and a few small bugs have been fixed.
Release Notes: A new status monitor for tracking node status from a public workstation, a configurable debug level and hierarchial dependency displays (via Web interface), and many bugfixes within the web interface, including mail configuration, node/server lists, and reporting tool.