Release Notes: The big push for this release was to move all of the C code out of the main OpenNMS branch so that the remaining Java code can be compiled once for all supported platforms. Three new packages (jicmp, jrrd, and iplike) have been created as dependencies.
Release Notes: This is a bugfix release to address a notification problem introduced in 1.3.3. Performance enhancements have also been made to the data collection startup process.
Release Notes: This version contains a number of new features, including a Dashboard built using Google Web Toolkit and a trouble ticketing API.
Release Notes: This release is the first step on the path towards 2.0 and contains a large number of new features, including a new GUI and map support. It is a development and not a production release, so treat it accordingly.
Release Notes: This release contains a fix for a database problem that, on large systems, could cause OpenNMS to be unable to access the database. In addition, some enhancements to KSC reports and the General Purpose monitor have been made.
Release Notes: This release contains a number of new features. It supports Nagios plug-ins via the Nagios Remote Plugin Executor (NRPE) protocol, as well as the Net-Saint Client (NSClient) protocol. In addition, zoom has been added to SNMP performance graphs courtesy of the Cacti project, and OpenNMS will now run on Tomcat5 as well as Tomcat4. Several bugfixes have been implemented.
Release Notes: This release contains a number of new features and bugfixes. This release replaces 1.2.6. The biggest new feature is the ability to better manage the SNMP service by separating it into SNMPv1 and SNMPv2 services. In addition to the SNMP changes, a bug with SNMP data collection was fixed. If you are using the JDBC monitor to test databases, there is a new JDBCStoredProcedure monitor. There is a new look to the Availability Reports and there are some cosmetic and webUI speed improvements as well.
Release Notes: This is a bugfix release to address an issue with a database connection leak. It also includes more NRPE client code and a new "examples" directory.
Release Notes: This release contains an important bugfix for an issue that could cause outages that never clear. In addition, it contains some changes to the SNMP data collection code that will result in faster collection and start up times on large systems. It also contains the "Group Duty Schedule" feature found in 1.3.0. This should be a straightforward upgrade over 1.2.4.
Release Notes: This release contains numerous new features including support for SNMP version 3, which required a large re-write of the data collection code. Support for performance data collection using JMX was added for applications such as those built on JBoss. A new alarm feature can reduce large numbers of events into one line.