ZABBIX 1.4.5

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ZABBIX SIA is proud to announce the availability of ZABBIX 1.4.5.

ZABBIX is an enterprise-class open source distributed monitoring solution. ZABBIX is released under the GPL, thus it is free of charge for both commercial and non-commercial use. A complete text of the license is available at http://www.gnu.org/copyleft/gpl.txt.

This document contains release notes for ZABBIX 1.4.5.

It is highly recommended to upgrade from earlier ZABBIX 1.4.x.

The following sections describe the release in detail and provide late-breaking or other information that supplements its main documentation.

:: Fixes and minor improvements included into 1.4.5

  • [ZBX-295] fixed processing of null values under Oracle
  • [ZBX-294,ZBX-296] Oracle related fixes
  • [ZBX-343] fixed possible hang of server trapper process
  • [ZBX-341] fixed compilation problem under Tru64/OSF
  • [ZBX-338] added png files for images_oracle.sql script
  • [ZBX-322] fixed possible incorrect autodiscovery
  • [ZBX-315] fixed irregulary stop of server on OpenBSD
  • [ZBX-206] fixed case sensitive hosts sorting
  • [ZBX-313] fixed problem with sqlite3 semaphore
  • [ZBX-292] fixed processing of negative values in availability report
  • [ZBX-182] fixed processing of icmpping if dns name cannot be resolved
  • improved speed of copying triggers to host
  • [ZBX-290] fixed possible server crash if host dns name is unknown
  • [ZBX-288] fixed compilation of the agent under Solaris 2.6
  • [ZBX-287] fixed compilation under FreeBSD 4.1 with older GCC
  • [ZBX-283] fixed SQL statement where INTEGER exceeds allowed range
  • [ZBX-277] fixed possible server crash when evaluating functions str(), regexp() and iregexp()
  • [ZBX-271] added support of system.boottime[] for OpenBSD & FreeBSD agents
  • [ZBX-268] added support of proc.num[], proc.mem[] & system.cpu.num[] for OpenBSD agents
  • [ZBX-263] fixed problem with processing of lastlogsize for log[] and eventlog[] items when history is set to 0
  • [ZBX-253] fixes problem in frontend with long int values
  • [ZBX-250] speed improvement for Triggers when use "{ITEM.VALUE}" macro
  • [ZBX-250] fixed 100% CPU on server side after unexpected connection loss
  • [ZBX-246] fixed header error in Monitoring->slideshows
  • [ZBX-243] speed improvements for processing of eventlog[] for windows agent
  • [DEV-92] added support of multiple windows agents, service description
  • [ZBX-7] added support of system.cpu.util[] for FreeBSD agents, thanks to 'brick'
  • [ZBX-222] fixed problem with slashes
  • [ZBX-210] added support of system.cpu.num[] for FreeBSD agents, thanks to 'freak'

Installation and Upgrade Notes

Installation

See ZABBIX Manual for full details.

Upgrade

See ZABBIX Manual for a detailed upgrade procedure. No upgrade of database schema required for upgrade from earlier 1.4.x.

Pre-release testing

ZABBIX Server

ZABBIX Server has been tested on the following platforms:

  • CentOS Linux 4.4, Intel
  • CentOS Linux 5.0, Intel
  • FreeBSD 6.2, Intel
  • Solaris 10, Intel
  • Ubuntu Linux, AMD64, kernel 2.6.11, MySQL 4.x
  • Ubuntu Linux, Intel, kernel 2.6.15, MySQL 5.0.22

ZABBIX Agents

ZABBIX Agents have been compiled and tested on the following platforms:

  • AIX 5.2
  • FreeBSD 4.11, 5.4
  • HP-UX 11.00
  • Linux 2.6.11 (Ubuntu)
  • Linux 2.6.15 (Ubuntu)
  • Linux CentOS
  • NetBSD 2.0
  • OS/X 10.2
  • Solaris 8
  • Solaris 9
  • Solaris 10
  • Tru64 5.1B
  • Windows XP

Note that agents are available pre-compiled from http://www.zabbix.com/download.php for a limited number of versions and platforms.

Commercial support

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