In August, we released updates to all OpenNMS Meridian versions under active support, as well as Horizon 30.0.2.
Meridian Stable Updates
Meridians 2019.1.37, 2020.1.26 , 2021.1.18 , and 2022.1.6 contain just a few small bug fixes.
For a list of changes, see the release notes:
Horizon 30.0.2 contains quite a few bug fixes as well as number of small features.
We have made a number of improvements to the documentation, including reworking the section on events and adding information on configuring SNMP traps and varbinds.
OpenNMS has extended the anonymous metrics we optionally collect to help us improve the project, such as CPU and memory sizing of the platform, and statistics like number of events and flows. Click the gears icon and choose Additional Tools -> Data Choices or edit $OPENNMS_HOME/etc/org.opennms.features.datachoices.cfg to see what is included and to change your opt-in settings. Note that we continue to anonymize the data for internal use only to inform project direction. We do not share it with third parties.
For a high-level overview of what has changed in Horizon 30, see What’s New in OpenNMS Horizon 30.
For a complete list of changes, see the changelog.
The codename for Horizon 30.0.2 is Gopher.