It's time for OpenNMS On the Horizon!
In the last week we fixed some bugs, worked on Docker and CI, and did the monthly Horizon and Meridian releases.
Internals, APIs, and Documentation
- Patrick fixed a bug where the config tester didn't catch a missing datacollection file.
- Markus continued his work on enhancing graph querying to handle semantic zoom level and focus, as well as enriching graphs with additional node data.
- Ronny and I worked on docker container updates.
- Christian fixed the WS-Man poller.
- I updated our CircleCI config to sign RPMs.
- Chandra fixed discovery to honor
<exclude-range>inside a definition.
- Jesse worked on updating to the latest Drools engine.
Web, ReST, and UI
- Alejandro fixed some issues in the requisition UI.
- I worked on a Helm issue that could prevent adding a new flow histogram panel.
Last week, we released Horizon 25.1.0 with a number of enhancements targeting our long-term-support release of Meridian 2019.
For a complete list of changes, see the release notes:
- December Releases - December 3rd, 2019
The next OpenNMS release day is December 3rd.
So far we expect to be putting out the following releases:
If there’s anything you’d like me to talk about in a future OOH, or you just have a comment or criticism you’d like to share, don’t hesitate to say hi.
- NMS-10396: Config tester doesn't detect missing xml datacollection file
- NMS-12120: Readiness probe with Minion in Kubernetes with health:check does not work
- NMS-12339: Clarify that LDAPS is supported for external authentication
- NMS-12376: Allow querying a graph using vertices in focus and a szl
- NMS-12377: Listing monitoring locations from the administrative WebUI is not working
- NMS-12380: Build failure during release for 25.1.0 in CircleCI
- NMS-12382: Implement Enrichment of vertices
- NMS-12384: backport missing patches from 25.1.0 to foundation-2019