OpenNMS is released on a monthly schedule, the first Tuesday of the month. The next scheduled release will be September 1st. In August, we released updates for all supported OpenNMS releases.
In July, we released updates to all Meridian versions from 2016 through 2019, as well as Horizon 26.
OpenNMS Horizon 26.1.1 and Meridian 2019.1.8 are out now.
Release 26.1.0 is an enhancement release with a number of bug fixes and improvements, including updates to telemetry, provisioning, and more.
Release 26.0.1 is an off-schedule release to fix a vulnerability in ActiveMQ and the Minion.
Release 2019.1.6 is an off-schedule release to fix a vulnerability in ActiveMQ and the Minion.
Release 2018.1.18 is an off-schedule release to fix a vulnerability in ActiveMQ and the Minion.
Release 26.0.0 is the first release in the Horizon 26 series. It contains a large number of bug fixes and new features, most notably initial support for handling the BGP Monitoring Protocol in Telemetryd. For a high-level overview of what has changed in Horizon 26, see What’s New in OpenNMS Horizon 26. The codename for 26.0.0 [...]
Release 2019.1.5 is the sixth release in the Meridian 2019 series. It fixes a few more security issues, as well as a number of other bugs and a couple of enhancements. Hat tip to Johannes Moritz for the security report. The codename for 2019.1.5 is Saturn. Bug SNMP Remove from definitions fails for definitions with profile [...]
Release 2018.1.17 is a small update to 2018.1.16 that fixes another security issue that affects most current OpenNMS releases. Hat tip to Johannes Moritz for reporting this. The codename for 2018.1.17 is Pandemic. Bug Security issue disclosures, 31 Jan 2020 (Issue NMS-12513) Drools working memory facts are not restored properly on engine reload (Issue NMS-12586) Confd [...]