OpenNMS On the Horizon – May 13th, 2019 – OpenTracing, Bug Fixes, Refactoring, Graph Service, UI Fixes, and More!

It’s time for OpenNMS On the Horizon!

In the last week we fixed a lot of bugs, did more work on OpenTracing, made improvements to the new graph service, cleaned up various UI annoyances, and more.

Github Project Updates

  • Internals, APIs, and Documentation
    • Patrick did more work on fixing an SNMP proxy address resolution issue.
    • Markus did more work on geocoder API and UI improvements.
    • Ronny did more work on Docker image improvements.
    • Patrick worked on enhancements to the graph APIs to allow edges to contain vertexes from multiple namespaces.
    • Dustin removed the alarm-change-notifier plugin.
    • David continued to work on refactoring threshd out of opennms-services.
    • Dustin worked on supporting wildcards in service names in the poller-configuration.xml.
    • Ron Roskens worked on modernizing and cleaning up some of our Maven stuff.
    • Markus worked on refactoring existing topology providers to the new graph service.
    • Chandra did more work on OpenTracing support for the Sink API.
    • I worked on making it so integration tests can be run without unit tests, to allow splitting up builds in Bamboo.
    • David continued to work on making thresholds reload when node categories change.
    • Markus worked on fixing a timeout issue that can happen when doing minion health:check.
    • I fixed the Debian install so it prefers OpenJDK 11 (headless) over OpenJDK 8.
    • Ronny worked on modernizing our JDK terminology in the documentation.
    • Naicisum contributed an update to modernize our kafka client and scala dependencies.
    • David worked on making it possible to extend the Threshd configuration through OIA.
    • I did more work fixing various shell startup issues in OpenNMS, Minion, and Sentinel.
  • Web, ReST, and UI
    • I worked on splitting out a single “source of truth” set of sass files to be shared between various OpenNMS UI bits.
    • Christian did more work on supporting searching for nodes with or without flow data.
    • Patrick worked on fixing the “Manage Minions” page.
    • Markus did more work on a ReST interface for the new graph service.
    • Markus fixed some color issues in the requisition UI as a result of the Bootstrap 4 upgrade.
    • Markus worked on fixing exception handling in the node page when you attempt to view a node that doesn’t exist.

Upcoming Events and Appearances

Until Next Week…

If there’s anything you’d like me to talk about in a future OOH, or you just have a comment or criticism you’d like to share, don’t hesitate to say hi.

– Ben

Resolved Issues Since Last OOH

  • HZN-1492: Tag “root cause” alarm when providing feedback
  • HZN-1520: Rework the GeocoderService-Implementations
  • HZN-1523: Make GraphRepository persist collections
  • HZN-1531: Support large buffer sizes in Kafka Sink Layer
  • HZN-1536: Sink Metrics
  • HZN-1539: Indicators for nodes with flow data
  • HZN-1540: Search for nodes that have flow data
  • JS-33: Alarms formatted as a table is gone with update to 1.4.0
  • NMS-9834: Wrong permissions for rrd files when using MultithreadedJniRrdStrategy
  • NMS-10675: Missing Indication of Sync Needed for Requisitions
  • NMS-10679: Node detail page renders with no content when invalid node ID specified
  • NMS-10684: Apparent memory leak in JMX collector, possibly restricted to “weird” JMX transports
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