Submitted by Ricardo Maraschini on Thu, 11/27/2008 - 10:39
A new release of OpDB Broker is available. At this time we added a list of essential fields needed to mantain service/host status environment updated. The list of fields follow below(for hosts and services):
To update from a previous OpDB release:
0. Stop Nagios
Submitted by fernando.lunardelli on Thu, 11/13/2008 - 18:40
We glad to announce a new project called OpCp.
Submitted by Ricardo Maraschini on Tue, 11/11/2008 - 14:16
We are releasing a new version of OpDB Nagios Broker. The main goal behind this release is to provide Host Group services support(services configured directly under Host Group definitions are now fully integrated with OpCFG configuration utility), once this feature was not supported by version 1.0 the users are strongly encouraged to migrate as soon as possible.
Next week we'll post a paper describing OpDB's OpPerf database structure, allowing volunteers to join us in development of new Nagios modules using the collected data.
OpServices Development Team.
Submitted by Junior Cunha on Thu, 11/06/2008 - 15:58
I'm glad and proud to announce this new version of OpCfg. Since we opened our projects to the community ( just a week ago ), we have received a lot of e-mails with suggestions and ideas to improve and increase OpCfg's functionalities. Of course, also we received some bugs to fix :)
Below, a list with the changelog:
* Added support to service inheritance from hostgroup.
Thanks to Ralf Kirms, Mike (navm77) and Michael Hoidys from opmon.org mailing list.
Submitted by Dario Bestetti on Wed, 10/29/2008 - 11:35
We have been doing improvements in many open source projects, specially on Nagios related code, and sometimes it's not so easy to have these codes merged into main trunk. This is normal, because each project has your own ecosystem, own rules and some radical improvements may take much time before it can be accepted.
Here, at OpMon.org we want to share this work with you.
Get in touch, contribute, report a bug and share your needs with us.
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