Release Notes: Since 1.7.4, there have been a ton of bugfixes, as well as updates to thresholding, RANCID, upgrades, maps, provisiond, and more.
Release Notes: This release improved the Provisiond code and added ACLs, RANCID reports, and thresholding fixes. It enables maps by default and has an entirely new way to create the OpenNMS database.
Release Notes: This release only includes small feature enhancements and bugfixes.
Release Notes: This release only includes small features and bugfixes. These include improvements to the thresholding system, a new BGP peer monitor, and visual improvements to the charting system.
Release Notes: This release includes a large number of new features, including a replacement for capsd called provisiond, WMI support, a Layer 2 SNMP status poller, an integration with RANCID, and Asterisk notification support (send notifications through your Asterisk server). Note that you should only use 1.7.x in production with extreme caution, as it is designed as a development release until it has been fully tested.
Release Notes: This is the first development release of what will become 1.8.0. This is an unstable release and is meant to be more of a technology preview than to be used in production. There are a number of architectural changes, including Spring 2.5 support, DAO updates, and preparation for OSGi support. A number of new features are included, such as a RESTful interface for much of the data, a replacement for capsd called provisiond, and WMI support.
Release Notes: This release contains mainly bugfixes, although a couple of new features such as ticketing integration with RT have been added.
Release Notes: This is a small release with a few bugfixes and minor feature enhancements.
Release Notes: This is a major stable release with a ton of new features and bugfixes.
Release Notes: This is the second release candidate for 1.6.0. It contains a number of bugfixes. If no major issues are found, 1.6.0 will be released next week.