Since last time, we worked on newts, detector, OpenDaylight, build, provisioning handler, geomap, and JICMP docs, plus maven optimizations, flapping tests, device config backup improvements, installation bugs, datacollection from events, event parm querying, Scriptd, octet-string handling for traps, JAXB dependencies, SNMP community string handling, arm64 Horizon, new UI updates, the Helm flow datasource, and HTTP pre-auth.
Horizon 29.0.1 is a quick release outside of the normal schedule to address some bugs found in 29.0.0 mostly related to running as non-root, and Minion communication.
In the last week we did more bugfixing, continued to work on JDK11-based builds, a new config API, in-core BMP support, build infrastructure updates, UI/UX cleanups, and tons of documentation tweaks.
Release 24.1.2 is the latest stable release of OpenNMS. It contains bug fixes for flow processing, Debian package startup, the minion UI, and more. For a high-level overview of what’s changed in OpenNMS 24, see What’s New in OpenNMS 24. The codename for 24.1.2 is Watson. Bug HasFlows is not [...]
It’s time for OpenNMS On the Horizon! Last week was Dev-Jam. There’s a lot to catch up on, so here we go! Github Project Updates Internals, APIs, and Documentation Christian worked on some fixes to processing of Netflow v9 flows. Dustin worked on hostname resolution when processing flows. Jesse [...]
It’s time for OpenNMS On the Horizon! In the last week we did more thresholding cleanups, lots of Docker work, graph service updates, sink and RPC improvements, startup and config checking fixes, flow UI and ReST updates, and a ton of bug fixing. Github Project Updates Internals, APIs, and [...]